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    1. Mathis, L; Kulesa, PM; Fraser, SE
      FGF receptor signalling is required to maintain neural progenitors during Hensen's node progression

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Gotta, M; Ahringer, J
      Axis determination in C-elegans: initiating and transducing polarity

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Kinder, SJ; Tsang, TE; Wakamiya, M; Sasaki, H; Behringer, RR; Nagy, A; Tam, PPL
      The organizer of the mouse gastrula is composed of a dynamic population ofprogenitor cells for the axial mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Koh, K; Rothman, JH
      ELT-5 and ELT-6 are required continuously to regulate epidermal seam cell differentiation and cell fusion in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Lowe, LA; Yamada, S; Kuehn, MR
      Genetic dissection of nodal function in patterning the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Kodjabachian, L; Lemaire, P
      Siamois functions in the early blastula to induce Spemann's organiser

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    7. Lickert, H; Kispert, A; Kutsch, S; Kemler, R
      Expression patterns of Wnt genes in mouse gut development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    8. Katz, MA; Beck, TD; Silber, JS; Seldes, RM; Lotke, PA
      Determining femoral rotational alignment in total knee arthroplasty - Reliability of techniques

      JOURNAL OF ARTHROPLASTY
    9. Kodjabachian, L; Karavanov, AA; Hikasa, H; Hukriede, NA; Aoki, T; Taira, M; Dawid, IB
      A study of Xlim1 function in the Spemann-Mangold organizer

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Du, HP; Chalfie, M
      Genes regulating touch cell development in Caenorhabditis elegans

      GENETICS
    11. Tagawa, A; Rappleye, CA; Aroian, RV
      pod-2, along with pod-1, defines a new class of genes required for polarity in the early Caenorhabditis elegans embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Singson, A
      Every sperm is sacred: Fertilization in Caenorhabditis elegans

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Sommer, RJ; Carmi, I; Eizinger, A; Grandien, K; Jungblut, B; Lee, KZ; Nguyen, H; Pires-da Silva, A; Schlak, I; Sigrist, CB; Srinivasan, J
      Pristionchus pacificus: a satellite organism in evolutionary developmentalbiology

      NEMATOLOGY
    14. Appel, B
      Zebrafish neural induction and patterning

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    15. Goldstein, B
      Embryonic polarity: A role for microtubules

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    16. Gavalas, A; Krumlauf, R
      Retinoid signalling and hindbrain patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    17. Pujol, N; Torregrossa, P; Ewbank, JJ; Brunet, JF
      The homeodomain protein CePHOX2/CEH-17 controls antero-posterior axonal growth in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Shulman, JM; Benton, R; St Johnston, D
      The Drosophila homolog of C-elegans PAR-1 organizes the oocyte cytoskeleton and directs oskar mRNA localization to the posterior pole

      CELL
    19. Umbhauer, M; Penzo-Mendez, A; Clavilier, L; Boucaut, JC; Riou, JF
      Signaling specificities of fibroblast growth factor receptors in early Xenopus embryo

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    20. Tam, T; Mathews, E; Snutch, TP; Schafer, WR
      Voltage-gated calcium channels direct neuronal migration in Caenorhabditiselegans

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Tamori, Y; Mita, K; Katagiri, C
      Homoiogenetic regulation through the ectoderm on localized expression of the hatching gland phenotype in the head area of Xenopus embryos

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    22. Sun, BI; Bush, SM; Collins-Racie, LA; LaVallie, ER; DiBlasio-Smith, EA; Wolfman, NM; McCoy, JM; Sive, HL
      derriere: a TGF-beta family member required for posterior development in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENT
    23. Brunschwig, K; Wittmann, C; Schnabel, R; Burglin, TR; Tobler, H; Muller, F
      Anterior organization of the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo by the labial-like Hox gene ceh-13

      DEVELOPMENT
    24. Wada, S; Katsuyama, Y; Saiga, H
      Anteroposterior patterning of the epidermis by inductive influences from the vegetal hemisphere cells in the ascidian embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    25. Perea-Gomez, A; Shawlot, W; Sasaki, H; Behringer, RR; Ang, SL
      HNF3 beta and Lim1 interact in the visceral endoderm to regulate primitivestreak formation and anterior-posterior polarity in the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Munoz-Sanjuan, I; Simandl, BK; Fallon, JF; Nathans, J
      Expression of chicken fibroblast growth factor homologous factor (FHF)-1 and of differentially spliced isoforms of FHF-2 during development and involvement of FHF-2 in chicken limb development

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Shapira, E; Marom, K; Yelin, R; Levy, A; Fainsod, A
      A role for the homeobox gene Xvex-1 as part of the BMP-4 ventral signalingpathway

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    28. Salzberg, A; Elias, S; Nachaliel, N; Bonstein, L; Henig, C; Frank, D
      A Meis family protein caudalizes neural cell fates in Xenopus

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    29. Slack, JMW
      The first pure embryonic inducing factor

      BIOESSAYS
    30. Niehrs, C
      Head in the WNT - the molecular nature of Spemann's head organizer

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    31. Vaccarino, FM; Schwartz, ML; Raballo, R; Rhee, J; Lyn-Cook, R
      Fibroblast growth factor signaling regulates growth and morphogenesis at multiple steps during brain development

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 46
    32. Rivera, RE; Hootnick, DR; Gingold, AR; Levinsohn, EM; Kruger, LM; Packard, DS
      Anatomy of a duplicated human foot from a limb with fibular dimelia

      TERATOLOGY
    33. Hongo, I; Kengaku, M; Okamoto, H
      FGF signaling and the anterior neural induction in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. Ober, EA; Schulte-Merker, S
      Signals from the yolk cell induce mesoderm, neuroectoderm, the trunk organizer, and the notochord in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    35. Yamada, K; Takabatake, Y; Takabatake, T; Takeshima, K
      The early expression control of Xepsin by nonaxial and planar posteriorizing signals in Xenopus epidermis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    36. Holowacz, T; Sokol, S
      FGF is required for posterior neural patterning but not for neural induction

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. VEENSTRA GJC; PETERSONMADURO J; MATHU MT; VANDERVLIET PC; DESTREE OHJ
      NON-CELL AUTONOMOUS INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS AND LOSS OF POSTERIOR STRUCTURES BY ACTIVATION DOMAIN-SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS OF OCT-1 IN THE XENOPUS EMBRYO

      Cell death and differentiation
    38. LOMBARDO A; SLACK JMW
      POSTGASTRULATION EFFECTS OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR ON XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    39. STOREY KG; GORIELY A; SARGENT CM; BROWN JM; BURNS HD; ABUD HM; HEATH JK
      EARLY POSTERIOR NEURAL TISSUE IS INDUCED BY FGF IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      Development
    40. Charite, J; de Graaff, W; Consten, D; Reijnen, MJ; Korving, J; Deschamps, J
      Transducing positional information to the Hox genes: critical interaction of cdx gene products with position-sensitive regulatory elements

      DEVELOPMENT
    41. SHI DL; GOISSET C; BOUCAUT JC
      EXPRESSION OF XFZ3, A XENOPUS FRIZZLED FAMILY MEMBER, IS RESTRICTED TO THE EARLY NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    42. Riou, JF; Delarue, M; Mendez, AP; Boucaut, JC
      Role of fibroblast growth factor during early midbrain development in Xenopus

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    43. Moriya, N; Yokota, C; Ariizumi, T; Asashima, M
      In vitro control of embryonic axis formation by activin A, concanavalin A,and retinoic acid in Xenopus laevis

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    44. ISAACS HV; POWNALL ME; SLACK JMW
      REGULATION OF HOX GENE-EXPRESSION AND POSTERIOR DEVELOPMENT BY THE XENOPUS CAUDAL HOMOLOG XCAD3

      EMBO journal (Print)
    45. DENG WM; BOWNES M
      PATTERNING AND MORPHOGENESIS OF THE FOLLICLE CELL EPITHELIUM DURING DROSOPHILA-OOGENESIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    46. INAZAWA T; OKAMURA Y; TAKAHASHI K
      BASIC FIBROBLAST-GROWTH-FACTOR INDUCTION OF NEURONAL ION-CHANNEL EXPRESSION IN ASCIDIAN ECTODERMAL BLASTOMERES

      Journal of physiology
    47. UZMAN JA; PATIL S; UZGARE AR; SATER AK
      THE ROLE OF INTRACELLULAR ALKALINIZATION IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ANTERIOR NEURAL FATE IN XENOPUS

      Developmental biology
    48. ISAACS HV
      NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF THE FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR FAMILY IN AMPHIBIAN DEVELOPMENT

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    49. GAMMILL LS; SIVE H
      IDENTIFICATION OF OTX2 TARGET GENES AND RESTRICTIONS IN ECTODERMAL COMPETENCE DURING XENOPUS CEMENT GLAND FORMATION

      Development
    50. ITOH K; SOKOL SY
      GRADED AMOUNTS OF XENOPUS DISHEVELLED SPECIFY DISCRETE ANTEROPOSTERIOR CELL FATES IN PROSPECTIVE ECTODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    51. HENRIQUE D; TYLER D; KINTNER C; HEATH JK; LEWIS JH; ISHHOROWICZ D; STOREY KG
      CASH4, A NOVEL ACHAETE-SCUTE HOMOLOG INDUCED BY HENSENS NODE DURING GENERATION OF THE POSTERIOR NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Genes & development
    52. KOLM PJ; SIVE HL
      RETINOIDS AND POSTERIOR NEURAL INDUCTION - A REEVALUATION OF NIEUWKOOPS 2-STEP HYPOTHESIS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    53. WOO K; FRASER SE
      SPECIFICATION OF THE ZEBRAFISH NERVOUS-SYSTEM BY NONAXIAL SIGNALS

      Science
    54. KOLM PJ; APEKIN V; SIVE H
      XENOPUS HINDBRAIN PATTERNING REQUIRES RETINOID SIGNALING

      Developmental biology
    55. SAGERSTROM CG; GRINBLAT Y; SIVE H
      ANTEROPOSTERIOR PATTERNING IN THE ZEBRAFISH, DANIO-RERIO - AN EXPLANTASSAY REVEALS INDUCTIVE AND SUPPRESSIVE CELL-INTERACTIONS

      Development
    56. KROLL KL; AMAYA E
      TRANSGENIC XENOPUS EMBRYOS FROM SPERM NUCLEAR TRANSPLANTATIONS REVEALFGF SIGNALING REQUIREMENTS DURING GASTRULATION

      Development
    57. KENGAKU M; OKAMOTO H
      BFGF AS A POSSIBLE MORPHOGEN FOR THE ANTEROPOSTERIOR AXIS OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN XENOPUS

      Development
    58. ITOH K; TANG TL; NEEL BG; SOKOL SY
      SPECIFIC MODULATION OF ECTODERMAL CELL FATES IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS BY GLYCOGEN-SYNTHASE KINASE

      Development
    59. XU X; XU PX; SUZUKI Y
      A MATERNAL HOMEOBOX GENE, BOMBYX CAUDAL, FORMS BOTH MESSENGER-RNA ANDPROTEIN-CONCENTRATION GRADIENTS SPANNING ANTEROPOSTERIOR AXIS DURING GASTRULATION

      Development
    60. YAMADA T
      CAUDALIZATION BY THE AMPHIBIAN ORGANIZER - BRACHYURY, CONVERGENT EXTENSION AND RETINOIC ACID

      Development
    61. ANG SL; CONLON RA; JIN O; ROSSANT J
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SIGNALS FROM MESODERM REGULATE THE EXPRESSION OF MOUSE OTX2 IN ECTODERM EXPLANTS

      Development
    62. CHARITE J; DEGRAAFF W; SHEN SB; DESCHAMPS J
      ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF HOXB-8 CAUSES DUPLICATION OF THE ZPA IN THE FORELIMB AND HOMEOTIC TRANSFORMATION OF AXIAL STRUCTURES

      Cell
    63. BITTNER D; DEROBERTIS EM; CHO KWY
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE XENOPUS-HOX 2.4 GENE AND IDENTIFICATION OF CONTROL ELEMENTS IN ITS INTRON

      Developmental dynamics
    64. LAMB TM; KNECHT AK; SMITH WC; STACHEL SE; ECONOMIDES AN; STAHL N; YANCOPOLOUS GD; HARLAND RM
      NEURAL INDUCTION BY THE SECRETED POLYPEPTIDE NOGGIN

      Science
    65. STOREY KG; CROSSLEY JM; DEROBERTIS EM; NORRIS WE; STERN CD
      NEURAL INDUCTION AND REGIONALIZATION IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      Development


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