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    1. Wolf, LV; Yeung, JM; Doucette, JR; Nazarali, AJ
      Coordinated expression of Hoxa2, HoxdI and Pax6 in the developing diencephalon

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Manzanares, M; Bel-Vialar, S; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Ferretti, E; Marshall, H; Maconochie, MM; Blasi, F; Krumlauf, R
      Independent regulation of initiation and maintenance phases of Hoxa3 expression in the vertebrate hindbrain involve auto- and cross-regulatory mechanisms

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Gavalas, A; Trainor, P; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Krumlauf, R
      Synergy between Hoxa1 and Hoxb1: the relationship between arch patterning and the generation of cranial neural crest

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Ohnemus, S; Bobola, N; Kanzler, B; Mallo, M
      Different levels of Hoxa2 are required for particular developmental processes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Graham, A; Smith, A
      Patterning the pharyngeal arches

      BIOESSAYS
    6. Burns, BV; Axon, PR; Pahade, A
      'Hairy polyp' of the pharynx in association with an ipsilateral branchial sinus: evidence that the 'hairy polyp' is a second branchial arch malformation

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    7. Trainor, PA; Krumlauf, R
      Patterning the cranial neural crest: Hindbrain segmentation and Hox gene plasticity

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Barrow, JR; Stadler, HS; Capecchi, MR
      Roles of Hoxa1 and Hoxa2 in patterning the early hindbrain of the mouse

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Pasqualetti, M; Ori, M; Nardi, I; Rijli, FM
      Ectopic Hoxa2 induction after neural crest migration results in homeosis of jaw elements in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENT
    10. Ferguson, CA; Tucker, AS; Sharpe, PT
      Temporospatial cell interactions regulating mandibular and maxillary arch patterning

      DEVELOPMENT
    11. Maconochie, M; Krishnamurthy, R; Nonchev, S; Meier, P; Manzanares, M; Mitchell, PJ; Krumlauf, R
      Regulation of Hoxa2 in cranial neural crest cells involves members of the AP-2 family

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Rossel, M; Capecchi, MR
      Mice mutant for both Hoxa1 and Hoxb1 show extensive remodeling of the hindbrain and defects in craniofacial development

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Dupe, V; Ghyselinck, NB; Wendling, O; Chambon, P; Mark, M
      Key roles of retinoic acid receptors alpha and beta in the patterning of the caudal hindbrain, pharyngeal arches and otocyst in the mouse

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Ahn, DG; Gibson, G
      Expression patterns of threespine stickleback Hox genes and insights into the evolution of the vertebrate body axis

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    15. Davenne, M; Maconochie, MK; Neun, R; Pattyn, A; Chambon, P; Krumlauf, R; Rijli, FM
      Hoxa2 and Hoxb2 control dorsoventral patterns of neuronal development in the rostral hindbrain

      NEURON
    16. Spence, S; Anderson, C; Cukierski, M; Patrick, D
      Teratogenic effects of the endothelin receptor antagonist L-753,037 in therat

      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICOLOGY
    17. Hirth, F; Reichert, H
      Conserved genetic programs in insect and mammalian brain development

      BIOESSAYS
    18. Duchamp-Viret, P; Chaput, MA; Duchamp, A
      Odor response properties of rat olfactory receptor neurons

      SCIENCE
    19. Hong, KH; Moon, WS; Chung, GH
      Radiological appearance of primary branchial cleft cyst carcinoma

      JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY
    20. Horigome, N; Myojin, M; Ueki, T; Hirano, S; Aizawa, S; Kuratani, S
      Development of cephalic neural crest cells in embryos of Lampetra japonica, with special reference to the evolution of the law

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Bergwerff, M; DeRuiter, MC; Hall, S; Poelmann, RE; Gittenberger-de Groot, C
      Unique vascular morphology of the fourth aortic arches: possible implications for pathogenesis of type-B aortic arch interruption and anomalous rightsubclavian artery

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    22. KURATANI S; UEKI T; HIRANO S; AIZAWA S
      ROSTRAL TRUNCATION OF A CYCLOSTOME, LAMPETRA-JAPONICA, INDUCED BY ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID DEFINES THE HEAD TRUNK INTERFACE OF THE VERTEBRATE BODY/

      Developmental dynamics
    23. Yan, YL; Jowett, T; Postlethwait, JH
      Ectopic expression of hoxb2 after retinoic acid treatment or mRNA injection: Disruption of hindbrain and craniofacial morphogenesis in zebrafish embryos

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    24. THEIL T; FRAIN M; GILARDIHEBENSTREIT P; FLENNIKEN A; CHARNAY P; WILKINSON DG
      SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION OF THE EPHA4 (SEK-1) RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE INTHE HINDBRAIN IS UNDER DIRECT TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF KROX-20

      Development
    25. HUNT P; CLARKE JDW; BUXTON P; FERRETTI P; THOROGOOD P
      SEGMENTATION, CREST PRESPECIFICATION AND THE CONTROL OF FACIAL FORM

      European journal of oral sciences
    26. THOMAS BL; SHARPE PT
      PATTERNING OF THE MURINE DENTITION BY HOMEOBOX GENES

      European journal of oral sciences
    27. YOSHIURA K; LEYSENS NJ; REITER RS; MURRAY JC
      CLONING, CHARACTERIZATION, AND MAPPING OF THE MOUSE HOMEOBOX GENE HMX1

      Genomics
    28. SUZUKI T; OOHARA I; KUROKAWA T
      HOXD-4 EXPRESSION DURING PHARYNGEAL ARCH DEVELOPMENT IN FLOUNDER (PARALICHTHYS-OLIVACEUS) EMBRYOS AND EFFECTS OF RETINOIC ACID ON EXPRESSION

      Zoological science
    29. SMITH KK; SCHNEIDER RA
      HAVE GENE KNOCKOUTS CAUSED EVOLUTIONARY REVERSALS IN THE MAMMALIAN FIRST ARCH

      BioEssays
    30. MANLEY NR; CAPECCHI MR
      HOX GROUP-3 PARALOGS REGULATE THE DEVELOPMENT AND MIGRATION OF THE THYMUS, THYROID, AND PARATHYROID-GLANDS

      Developmental biology
    31. BERGWERFF M; VERBERNE ME; DERUITER MC; POELMANN RE; GITTENBERGERDEGROOT AC
      NEURAL CREST CELL CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPING CIRCULATORY-SYSTEM -IMPLICATIONS FOR VASCULAR MORPHOLOGY

      Circulation research
    32. MALLO M; BRANDLIN I
      SEGMENTAL IDENTITY CAN CHANGE INDEPENDENTLY IN THE HINDBRAIN AND RHOMBENCEPHALIC NEURAL CREST

      Developmental dynamics
    33. KIRBY ML; HUNT P; WALLIS K; THOROGOOD P
      ABNORMAL PATTERNING OF THE AORTIC-ARCH ARTERIES DOES NOT EVOKE CARDIAC-MALFORMATIONS

      Developmental dynamics
    34. WINOGRAD J; REILLY MP; ROE R; LUTZ J; LAUGHNER E; XU X; HU L; ASAKURA T; VANDERKOLK C; STRANDBERG JD; SEMENZA GL
      PERINATAL LETHALITY AND MULTIPLE CRANIOFACIAL MALFORMATIONS IN MSX2 TRANSGENIC MICE

      Human molecular genetics
    35. DUPE V; DAVENNE M; BROCARD J; DOLLE P; MARK M; DIERICH A; CHAMBON P; RIJLI FM
      IN-VIVO FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE HOXA-1 3'-RETINOIC ACID RESPONSE ELEMENT (3'RARE)

      Development
    36. TAKIHARA Y; TOMOTSUNE D; SHIRAI M; KATOHFUKUI Y; NISHII K; MOTALEB MA; NOMURA M; TSUCHIYA R; FUJITA Y; SHIBATA Y; HIGASHINAKAGAWA T; SHIMADA K
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE MOUSE HOMOLOG OF THE DROSOPHILA POLYHOMEOTIC GENE LEADS TO ALTERED ANTEROPOSTERIOR PATTERNING AND NEURAL CREST DEFECTS

      Development
    37. POSSEL L; FRANCOIS M; VANDENABBEELE T; NARCY P
      CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF FIRST BRANCHIAL CLEFTS ANOMALIES

      Archives de pediatrie
    38. MACONOCHIE MK; NONCHEV S; STUDER M; CHAN SK; POPPERL H; SHAM MH; MANN RS; KRUMLAUF R
      CROSS-REGULATION IN THE MOUSE HOXB COMPLEX - THE EXPRESSION OF HOXB2 IN RHOMBOMERE-4 IS REGULATED BY HOXB1

      Genes & development
    39. ROBINSON V; SMITH A; FLENNIKEN AM; WILKINSON DG
      ROLES OF EPH RECEPTORS AND EPHRINS IN NEURAL CREST PATHFINDING

      Cell and tissue research
    40. SCHILLING TF
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF CRANIOFACIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE VERTEBRATE EMBRYO

      BioEssays
    41. OSUMIYAMASHITA N; NINOMIYA Y; ETO K
      MAMMALIAN CRANIOFACIAL EMBRYOLOGY IN-VITRO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    42. NONCHEV S; MACONOCHIE M; GOULD A; MORRISON A; KRUMLAUF R
      CROSS-REGULATORY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HOX GENES AND THE CONTROL OF SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION IN THE VERTEBRATE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    43. MARK M; RIJLI FM; CHAMBON P
      HOMEOBOX GENES IN EMBRYOGENESIS AND PATHOGENESIS

      Pediatric research
    44. KURATANI S; UEKI T; AIZAWA S; HIRANO S
      PERIPHERAL DEVELOPMENT OF CRANIAL NERVES IN A CYCLOSTOME, LAMPETRA-JAPONICA - MORPHOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF NERVE BRANCHES AND THE VERTEBRATE BODY PLAN

      Journal of comparative neurology
    45. PARMANTIER E; BRAUN C; THOMAS JL; PEYRON F; MARTINEZ S; ZALC B
      PMP-22 EXPRESSION IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF THE EMBRYONIC MOUSE DEFINES POTENTIAL TRANSVERSE SEGMENTS AND LONGITUDINAL COLUMNS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    46. KATO K; ODOWD DK; FRASER SE; SMITH MA
      HETEROGENEOUS EXPRESSION OF MULTIPLE PUTATIVE PATTERNING GENES BY SINGLE CELLS FROM THE CHICK HINDBRAIN

      Developmental biology
    47. MALLO M
      RETINOIC ACID DISTURBS MOUSE MIDDLE-EAR DEVELOPMENT IN A STAGE-DEPENDENT FASHION

      Developmental biology
    48. OSUMIYAMASHITA N; KURATANI S; NINOMIYA Y; AOKI K; ISEKI S; CHAREONVIT S; DOI H; FUJIWARA M; WATANABE T; ETO K
      CRANIAL ANOMALY OF HOMOZYGOUS RSEY RAT IS ASSOCIATED WITH A DEFECT INTHE MIGRATION PATHWAY OF MIDBRAIN CREST CELLS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    49. GRAHAM A; KOENTGES G; LUMSDEN A
      NEURAL CREST APOPTOSIS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CRANIOFACIAL PATTERN - AN HONORABLE DEATH

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    50. GUTHRIE S
      PATTERNING THE HINDBRAIN

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    51. MORRISON A; MORONI MC; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; KRUMLAUF R; MAVILIO F
      IN-VITRO AND TRANSGENIC ANALYSIS OF A HUMAN HOXD4 RETINOID-RESPONSIVEENHANCER

      Development
    52. SALDIVAR JR; KRULL CE; KRUMLAUF R; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; BRONNERFRASER M
      RHOMBOMERE OF ORIGIN DETERMINES AUTONOMOUS VERSUS ENVIRONMENTALLY REGULATED EXPRESSION OF HOXA3 IN THE AVIAN EMBRYO

      Development
    53. NONCHEV S; VESQUE C; MACONOCHIE M; SEITANIDOU T; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; FRAIN M; MARSHALL H; SHAM MH; KRUMLAUF R; CHARNAY P
      SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION OF HOXA-2 IN THE HINDBRAIN IS DIRECTLY REGULATEDBY KROX-20

      Development
    54. GODDARD JM; ROSSEL M; MANLEY NR; CAPECCHI MR
      MICE WITH TARGETED DISRUPTION OF HOXB-1 FAIL TO FORM THE MOTOR NUCLEUS OF THE 7TH NERVE

      Development
    55. KONTGES G; LUMSDEN A
      RHOMBENCEPHALIC NEURAL CREST SEGMENTATION IS PRESERVED THROUGHOUT CRANIOFACIAL ONTOGENY

      Development
    56. MARSHALL H; MORRISON A; STUDER M; POPPERL H; KRUMLAUF R
      RETINOIDS AND HOX GENES

      The FASEB journal
    57. JOHNSON IJM; SOAMES JV; PATH FRC; BIRCHALL P
      4TH BRANCHIAL ARCH FISTULA

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    58. AUCLAIR F; VALDES N; MARCHAND R
      RHOMBOMERE-SPECIFIC ORIGIN OF BRANCHIAL AND VISCERAL MOTONEURONS OF THE FACIAL-NERVE IN THE RAT EMBRYO

      Journal of comparative neurology
    59. TANEJA R; THISSE B; RIJLI FM; THISSE C; BOUILLET P; DOLLE P; CHAMBON P
      THE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE MOUSE RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE GENE MDK1 IS CONSERVED THROUGH EVOLUTION AND REQUIRES HOXA-2 FOR RHOMBOMERE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION IN MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology
    60. BEDFORD M; ARMAN E; ORRURTREGER A; LONAI P
      ANALYSIS OF THE HOXD-3 GENE - STRUCTURE AND LOCALIZATION OF ITS SENSEAND NATURAL ANTISENSE TRANSCRIPTS

      DNA and cell biology
    61. LEE YM; OSUMIYAMASHITA N; NINOMIYA Y; MOON CK; ERIKSSON U; ETO K
      RETINOIC ACID STAGE-DEPENDENTLY ALTERS THE MIGRATION PATTERN AND IDENTITY OF HINDBRAIN NEURAL CREST CELLS

      Development
    62. ZHANG MB; KIM HJ; MARSHALL H; GENDRONMAGUIRE M; LUCAS DA; BARON A; GUDAS LJ; GRIDLEY T; KRUMLAUF R; GRIPPO JF
      ECTOPIC HOXA-1 INDUCES RHOMBOMERE TRANSFORMATION IN MOUSE HINDBRAIN

      Development
    63. RUIZ JC; ROBERTSON EJ
      THE EXPRESSION OF THE RECEPTOR-PROTEIN TYROSINE KINASE GENE, ECK, IS HIGHLY RESTRICTED DURING EARLY MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    64. GUAZZI S; LONIGRO R; PINTONELLO L; BONCINELLI E; DILAURO R; MAVILIO F
      THE THYROID TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR-I GENE IS A CANDIDATE TARGET FOR REGULATION BY HOX PROTEINS

      EMBO journal
    65. DONNELLY MJ; TIMON CI; MOONEY E
      A UNIQUE CONGENITAL GLOSSOCERVICAL FISTULA

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    66. DUTT SN; JOHN H; NAYAR RC; NALINESHA KM; PRASAD D
      SURGICAL-MANAGEMENT OF A CASE OF 3RD BRANCHIAL POUCH FISTULA

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    67. MARRES HAM; CREMERS CWRJ; HUYGEN PLM; JOOSTEN FBM
      THE DEAFNESS, PREAURICULAR SINUS, EXTERNAL EAR ANOMALY AND COMMISSURAL LIP PITS SYNDROME - OTOLOGIC, VESTIBULAR AND RADIOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    68. OHRI AK; OHRI SK; SINGH MP
      EVIDENCE FOR THYROID DEVELOPMENT FROM THE 4TH BRANCHIAL POUCH

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    69. VIOLARIS NS; PAHOR AL
      A VARIATION OF 1ST BRANCHIAL CLEFT ANOMALIES

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    70. MANKEKAR G; NAYAK SR; KIRTANE MV; INGLE MV
      4TH BRANCHIAL ARCH FISTULA - A CASE-REPORT

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    71. WHITWORTH IH; SUVARNA SK; WIGHT RG; WALSHWARING GP
      4TH BRANCHIAL ARCH ANOMALY - A RARE INCIDENTAL FINDING IN AN ADULT

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology
    72. FORD GR; BALAKRISHNAN A; EVANS JNG; BAILEY CM
      BRANCHIAL CLEFT AND POUCH ANOMALIES

      Journal of Laryngology and Otology


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