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    1. Xavier-Neto, J; Rosenthal, N; Silva, FA; Matos, TGF; Hochgreb, T; Linhares, VLF
      Retinoid signaling and cardiac anteroposterior segmentation

      GENESIS
    2. Wilkinson, DG
      Multiple roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Yelon, D
      Cardiac patterning and morphogenesis in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    4. Takahashi, T; Takahashi, K; Gerety, S; Wang, H; Anderson, DJ; Daniel, TO
      Temporally compartmentalized expression of ephrin-B2 during renal glomerular development

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    5. Lawson, ND; Scheer, N; Pham, VN; Kim, CH; Chitnis, AB; Campos-Ortega, JA; Weinstein, BM
      Notch signaling is required for arterial-venous differentiation during embryonic vascular development

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Moyon, D; Pardanaud, L; Yuan, L; Breant, C; Eichmann, A
      Plasticity of endothelial cells during arterial-venous differentiation in the avian embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Feiner, L; Webber, AL; Brown, CB; Lu, MM; Jia, L; Feinstein, P; Mombaerts, P; Epstein, JA; Raper, JA
      Targeted disruption of semaphorin 3C leads to persistent truncus arteriosus and aortic arch interruption

      DEVELOPMENT
    8. Brown, CB; Feiner, L; Lu, MM; Li, J; Ma, XK; Webber, AL; Jia, L; Raper, JA; Epstein, JA
      PlexinA2 and semaphorin signaling during cardiac neural crest development

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Kullander, K; Mather, NK; Diella, F; Dottori, M; Boyd, AW; Klein, R
      Kinase-dependent and kinase-independent functions of EphA4 receptors in major axon tract formation in vivo

      NEURON
    10. Kume, T; Jiang, HY; Topczewska, JM; Hogan, BLM
      The murine winged helix transcription factors, Foxc1 and Foxc2, are both required for cardiovascular development and somitogenesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    11. Carmellet, P; Luttun, A
      The emerging role of the bone marrow-derived stem cells in (therapeutic) angiogenesis

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    12. Elowe, S; Holland, SJ; Kulkarni, S; Pawson, T
      Downregulation of the Ras-mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway by the EphB2 receptor tyrosine kinase is required for ephrin-induced neurite retraction

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. McElhinney, DB; Hoydu, AK; Gaynor, JW; Spray, TL; Goldmuntz, E; Weinberg, PM
      Patterns of right aortic arch and mirror-image branching of the brachiocephalic vessels without associated anomalies

      PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY
    14. Graef, IA; Chen, F; Chen, L; Kuo, A; Crabtree, GR
      Signals transduced by Ca2+/calcineurin and NFATc3/c4 pattern the developing vasculature

      CELL
    15. Lu, Q; Sun, EE; Klein, RS; Flanagan, JG
      Ephrin-B reverse signaling is mediated by a novel PDZ-RGS protein and selectively inhibits G protein-coupled chemoattraction

      CELL
    16. Adams, RH; Diella, F; Hennig, S; Helmbacher, F; Deutsch, U; Klein, R
      The cytoplasmic domain of the ligand ephrinB2 is required for vascular morphogenesis but not cranial neural crest migration

      CELL
    17. Cheng, N; Chen, J
      Tumor necrosis factor-alpha induction of endothelial ephrin A1 expression is mediated by a p38 MAPK- and SAPK/JNK-dependent but nuclear factor-kappa B-independent mechanism

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Othman-Hassan, K; Patel, K; Papoutsi, M; Rodriguez-Niedenfuhr, M; Christ, B; Wilting, J
      Arterial identity of endothelial cells is controlled by local cues

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    19. Alavizadeh, A; Kiernan, AE; Nolan, P; Lo, C; Steel, KP; Bucan, M
      The Wheels mutation in the mouse causes vascular, hindbrain, and inner eardefects

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Shin, D; Garcia-Cardena, G; Hayashi, SI; Gerety, S; Asahara, T; Stavrakis, G; Isner, J; Folkman, J; Gimbrone, MA; Anderson, DJ
      Expression of ephrinB2 identifies a stable genetic difference between arterial and venous vascular smooth muscle as well as endothelial cells, and marks subsets of microvessels at sites of adult neovascularization

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Gale, NW; Baluk, P; Pan, L; Kwan, M; Holash, J; DeChiara, TM; McDonald, DM; Yancopoulos, GD
      Ephrin-B2 selectively marks arterial vessels and neovascularization sites in the adult, with expression in both endothelial and smooth-muscle cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Conway, EM; Collen, D; Carmeliet, P
      Molecular mechanisms of blood vessel growth

      CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
    23. DeRossi, C; Laiosa, MD; Silverstone, AE; Holdener, BC
      Mouse Fzd4 maps within a region of chromosome 7 important for thymus and cardiac development

      GENESIS
    24. Urness, LD; Sorensen, LK; Li, DY
      Arteriovenous malformations in mice lacking activin receptor-like kinase-1

      NATURE GENETICS
    25. Wei, Y; Mikawa, T
      Fate diversity of primitive streak cells during heart field formation in ovo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    26. Adams, RH; Klein, R
      Eph receptors and ephrin ligands: Essential mediators of vascular development

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    27. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Control of cell behaviour by signalling through Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    28. Shima, DT; Mailhos, C
      Vascular developmental biology: getting nervous

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    29. Ogawa, K; Pasqualini, R; Lindberg, RA; Kain, R; Freeman, AL; Pasquale, EB
      The ephrin-A1 ligand and its receptor, EphA2, are expressed during tumor neovascularization

      ONCOGENE
    30. Dodelet, VC; Pasquale, EB
      Eph receptors and ephrin ligands: embryogenesis to tumorigenesis

      ONCOGENE
    31. Epstein, JA; Li, J; Lang, D; Chen, F; Brown, CB; Jin, FZ; Li, MM; Thomas, M; Liu, ECJ; Wessels, A; Lo, CW
      Migration of cardiac neural crest cells in Splotch embryos

      DEVELOPMENT
    32. Yazaki, Y
      From bench to bedside in cardiovascular research a reflection on my research career

      INTERNAL MEDICINE
    33. Krebs, LT; Xue, YZ; Norton, CR; Shutter, JR; Maguire, M; Sundberg, JP; Gallahan, D; Closson, V; Kitajewski, J; Callahan, R; Smith, GH; Stark, KL; Gridley, T
      Notch signaling is essential for vascular morphogenesis in mice

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    34. Rouwet, EV; De Mey, JGR; Slaaf, DW; Heineman, E; Ramsay, G; Le Noble, FAC
      Development of vasomotor responses in fetal mesenteric arteries

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    35. Tobita, K; Keller, BB
      Maturation of end-systolic stress-strain relations in chick embryonic myocardium

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    36. Phoon, CKL; Aristizabal, O; Turnbull, DH
      40 MHz Doppler characterization of umbilical and dorsal aortic blood flow in the early mouse embryo

      ULTRASOUND IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY
    37. Roman, BL; Weinstein, BM
      Building the vertebrate vasculature: research is going swimmingly

      BIOESSAYS
    38. Maden, M; Graham, A; Zile, M; Gale, E
      Abnormalities of somite development in the absence of retinoic acid

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Yoshigi, M; Knott, GD; Keller, BB
      Lumped parameter estimation for the embryonic chick vascular system: a time-domain approach using MLAB

      COMPUTER METHODS AND PROGRAMS IN BIOMEDICINE
    40. Chen, JN; Fishman, MC
      Genetics of heart development

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    41. Lohr, JL; Yost, J
      Vertebrate model systems in the study of early heart development: Xenopus and zebrafish

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    42. Maschhoff, KL; Baldwin, HS
      Molecular determinants of neural crest migration

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    43. Ross, SA; McCaffery, PJ; Drager, UC; De Luca, LM
      Retinoids in embryonal development

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    44. Epstein, JA; Buck, CA
      Transcriptional regulation of cardiac development: Implications for congenital heart disease and DiGeorge syndrome

      PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
    45. Yancopoulos, GD; Davis, S; Gale, NW; Rudge, JS; Wiegand, SJ; Holash, J
      Vascular-specific growth factors and blood vessel formation

      NATURE
    46. Rubin, EM; Tall, A
      Perspectives for vascular genomics

      NATURE
    47. Peng, J; Zhang, LY; Drysdale, L; Fong, GH
      The transcription factor EPAS-1/hypoxia-inducible factor 2 alpha plays an important role in vascular remodeling

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    48. Vermeren, MM; Cook, GMW; Johnson, AR; Keynes, RJ; Tannahilll, D
      Spinal nerve segmentation in the chick embryo: Analysis of distinct axon-repulsive systems

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. Zile, MH; Kostetskii, I; Yuan, SY; Kostetskaia, E; St Amand, TR; Chen, YP; Jiang, WH
      Retinoid signaling is required to complete the vertebrate cardiac left/right asymmetry pathway

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    50. Ghatpande, S; Ghatpande, A; Zile, M; Evans, T
      Anterior endoderm is sufficient to rescue foregut apoptosis and heart tubemorphogenesis in an embryo lacking retinoic acid

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    51. Regan, CP; Manabe, I; Owens, GK
      Development of a smooth muscle-targeted cre recombinase mouse reveals novel insights regarding smooth muscle myosin heavy chain promoter regulation

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    52. Waller, BR; McQuinn, T; Phelps, AL; Markwald, RR; Lo, CW; Thompson, RP; Wessels, A
      Conotruncal anomalies in the trisomy 16 mouse: an immunohistochemical analysis with emphasis on the involvement of the neural crest

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    53. Hu, N; Sedmera, D; Yost, HJ; Clark, EB
      Structure and function of the developing zebrafish heart

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    54. Semenza, GL
      Regulation of mammalian O-2 homeostasis by hypoxia- inducible factor 1

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    55. Lo, CW; Waldo, KL; Kirby, ML
      Gap junction communication and the modulation of cardiac neural crest cells

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    56. Warga, RM; Nusslein-Volhard, C
      Origin and development of the zebrafish endoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    57. Li, J; Liu, KC; Jin, FZ; Lu, MM; Epstein, JA
      Transgenic rescue of congenital heart disease and spina bifida in Splotch mice

      DEVELOPMENT
    58. Yamagishi, T; Nakajima, Y; Nakamura, H
      Expression of TGF beta 3 RNA during chick embryogenesis: a possible important role in cardiovascular development

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    59. MacLennan, MJ; Keller, BB
      Umbilical arterial blood flow in the mouse embryo during development and following acutely increased heart rate

      ULTRASOUND IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY
    60. Kurihara, H; Kurihara, Y; Nagai, R; Yazaki, Y
      Endothelin and neural crest development

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    61. Choy, M; Oltjen, SL; Moon, AJ; Armstrong, MT; Armstrong, PB
      Bisdiamine inhibits extracellular matrix formation and cell proliferation of atrioventricular mesenchyme from developing chick heart valves

      TERATOLOGY
    62. Wasiak, S; Lohnes, D
      Retinoic acid affects left-right patterning

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    63. van den Hoff, MJB; Moorman, AFM; Ruijter, JM; Lamers, WH; Bennington, RW; Markwald, RR; Wessels, A
      Myocardialization of the cardiac outflow tract

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    64. Bi, WZ; Drake, CJ; Schwarz, JJ
      The transcription factor MEF2C-null mouse exhibits complex vascular malformations and reduced cardiac expression of angiopoietin 1 and VEGF

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    65. Cretekos, CJ; Grunwald, DJ
      alyron, an insertional mutation affecting early neural crest development in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    66. KOSTETSKII I; YUAN SY; KOSTETSKAIA E; LINASK KK; BLANCHET S; SELEIRO E; MICHAILLE J; BRICKELL P; ZILE M
      INITIAL RETINOID REQUIREMENT FOR EARLY AVIAN DEVELOPMENT COINCIDES WITH RETINOID RECEPTOR COEXPRESSION IN THE PRECARDIAC FIELDS AND INDUCTION OF NORMAL CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    67. LYONS MS; BELL B; STAINIER D; PETERS KG
      ISOLATION OF THE ZEBRAFISH HOMOLOGS FOR THE TIE-1 AND TIE-2 ENDOTHELIUM-SPECIFIC RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES

      Developmental dynamics
    68. Kempf, H; Linares, C; Corvol, P; Gasc, JM
      Pharmacological inactivation of the endothelin type A receptor in the early chick embryo: a model of mispatterning of the branchial arch derivatives

      DEVELOPMENT
    69. Lakkis, MM; Epstein, JA
      Neurofibromin modulation of ras activity is required for normal endocardial-mesenchymal transformation in the developing heart

      DEVELOPMENT
    70. IYER NV; KOTCH LE; AGANI F; LEUNG SW; LAUGHNER E; WENGER RH; GASSMANN M; GEARHART JD; LAWLER AM; YU AY; SEMENZA GL
      CELLULAR AND DEVELOPMENTAL CONTROL OF O-2 HOMEOSTASIS BY HYPOXIA-INDUCIBLE FACTOR 1-ALPHA

      Genes & development
    71. WARREN KS; FISHMAN MC
      PHYSIOLOGICAL GENOMICS - MUTANT SCREENS IN ZEBRAFISH

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    72. ALEXANDER J; STAINIER DYR; YELON D
      SCREENING MOSAIC F1 FEMALES FOR MUTATIONS AFFECTING ZEBRAFISH HEART INDUCTION AND PATTERNING

      Developmental genetics
    73. MGLINETS VA
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF EARLY CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT IN VERTEBRATES

      Genetika
    74. THOMPSON MA; RANSOM DG; PRATT SJ; MACLENNAN H; KIERAN MW; DETRICH HW; VAIL B; HUBER TL; PAW B; BROWNLIE AJ; OATES AC; FRITZ A; GATES MA; AMORES A; BAHARY N; TALBOT WS; HER H; BEIER DR; POSTLETHWAIT JH; ZON LI
      THE CLOCHE AND SPADETAIL GENES DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECT HEMATOPOIESIS AND VASCULOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    75. WALDO K; MIYAGAWATOMITA S; KUMISKI D; KIRBY ML
      CARDIAC NEURAL CREST CELLS PROVIDE NEW INSIGHT INTO SEPTATION OF THE CARDIAC OUTFLOW TRACT - AORTIC SAC TO VENTRICULAR SEPTAL CLOSURE

      Developmental biology
    76. DEJONG F; VIRAGH S; MOORMAN AFM
      CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT - A MORPHOLOGICALLY INTEGRATED MOLECULAR APPROACH

      Cardiology in the young
    77. TAM PPL; PARAMESWARAN M; KINDER SJ; WEINBERGER RP
      THE ALLOCATION OF EPIBLAST CELLS TO THE EMBRYONIC HEART AND OTHER MESODERMAL LINEAGES - THE ROLE OF INGRESSION AND TISSUE MOVEMENT DURING GASTRULATION

      Development
    78. LIAO W; BISGROVE BW; SAWYER H; HUG B; BELL B; PETERS K; GRUNWALD DJ; STAINIER DYR
      THE ZEBRAFISH GENE CLOCHE ACTS UPSTREAM OF A FLK-1 HOMOLOG TO REGULATE ENDOTHELIAL-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      Development
    79. FISHMAN MC; CHIEN KR
      FASHIONING THE VERTEBRATE HEART - EARLIEST EMBRYONIC DECISIONS

      Development
    80. ZHANG HY; LARDELLI M; EKBLOM P
      SEQUENCE OF ZEBRAFISH FIBULIN-1 AND ITS EXPRESSION IN DEVELOPING HEART AND OTHER EMBRYONIC ORGANS

      Development, genes and evolution
    81. SUMOY L; KEASEY JB; DITTMAN TD; KIMELMAN D
      A ROLE FOR NOTOCHORD IN AXIAL VASCULAR DEVELOPMENT REVEALED BY ANALYSIS OF PHENOTYPE AND THE EXPRESSION OF VEGR-2 IN ZEBRAFISH FLH AND NTL MUTANT EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    82. KOZLOWSKI DJ; MURAKAMI T; HO RK; WEINBERG ES
      REGIONAL CELL-MOVEMENT AND TISSUE PATTERNING IN THE ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO REVEALED BY FATE MAPPING WITH CAGED FLUORESCEIN

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    83. YOSHIGI M; ETTEL JM; KELLER BB
      DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGES IN FLOW-WAVE PROPAGATION VELOCITY IN EMBRYONIC CHICK VASCULAR SYSTEM

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    84. YOSHIGI M; KELLER BB
      CHARACTERIZATION OF EMBRYONIC AORTIC IMPEDANCE WITH LUMPED-PARAMETER MODELS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    85. FOUQUET B; WEINSTEIN BM; SERLUCA FC; FISHMAN MC
      VESSEL PATTERNING IN THE EMBRYO OF THE ZEBRAFISH - GUIDANCE BY NOTOCHORD

      Developmental biology
    86. FONG GH; KLINGENSMITH J; WOOD CR; ROSSANT J; BREITMAN ML
      REGULATION OF FLT-1 EXPRESSION DURING MOUSE EMBRYOGENESIS SUGGESTS A ROLE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIUM

      Developmental dynamics
    87. NASCONE N; MERCOLA M
      ENDODERM AND CARDIOGENESIS - NEW INSIGHTS

      Trends in cardiovascular medicine
    88. LYONS GE
      VERTEBRATE HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    89. MULLINS MC; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; KANE DA; ODENTHAL J; BRAND M; VANEEDEN FJM; FURUTANISEIKI M; GRANATO M; HAFFTER P; HEISENBERG CP; JIANG YJ; KELSH RN; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      GENES ESTABLISHING DORSOVENTRAL PATTERN-FORMATION IN THE ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO - THE VENTRAL SPECIFYING GENES

      Development
    90. MCCARTHY RA; SUN M; TAYLOR JC; SMITH D
      POLAR EFFECTS OF LITHIUM IN THE HEART OF THE ZEBRAFISH DANIO-RERIO

      Development, genes and evolution
    91. KOSTETSKII I; LINASK KK; ZILE MH
      VITAMIN-A-DEFICIENCY AND THE EXPRESSION OF RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS DURING EARLY CARDIOGENESIS IN QUAIL EMBRYO

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    92. TICHO BS; STAINIER DYR; FISHMAN MC; BREITBART RE
      3 ZEBRAFISH MEF2 GENES DELINEATE SOMITIC AND CARDIAC-MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT IN WILD-TYPE AND MUTANT EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    93. YOSHIGI M; HU N; KELLER BB
      DORSAL AORTIC IMPEDANCE IN STAGE-24 CHICK-EMBRYO FOLLOWING ACUTE CHANGES IN CIRCULATING BLOOD-VOLUME

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    94. DRIEVER W; FISHMAN MC
      THE ZEBRAFISH - HERITABLE DISORDERS IN TRANSPARENT EMBRYOS

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    95. KELLER BB; MACLENNAN MJ; TINNEY JP; YOSHIGI M
      IN-VIVO ASSESSMENT OF EMBRYONIC CARDIOVASCULAR DIMENSIONS AND FUNCTION IN DAY-10.5 TO DAY-14.5 MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Circulation research
    96. LI L; MIANO JM; CSERJESI P; OLSEN EN
      SM22-ALPHA, A MARKER OF ADULT SMOOTH-MUSCLE, IS EXPRESSED IN MULTIPLEMYOGENIC LINEAGES DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Circulation research
    97. LEATHERBURY L; WALDO K
      VISUAL UNDERSTANDING OF CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT - THE NEURAL CRESTS CONTRIBUTION

      Cellular & molecular biology research
    98. HU N; KELLER BB
      RELATIONSHIP OF SIMULTANEOUS ATRIAL AND VENTRICULAR PRESSURES IN STAGE-16-27 CHICK-EMBRYOS

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    99. KURIHARA Y; KURIHARA H; ODA H; MAEMURA K; NAGAI R; ISHIKAWA T; YAZAKI Y
      AORTIC-ARCH MALFORMATIONS AND VENTRICULAR SEPTAL-DEFECT IN MICE DEFICIENT IN ENDOTHELIN-1

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    100. TWAL W; ROZE L; ZILE MH
      ANTI-RETINOIC ACID MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY LOCALIZES ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID IN TARGET-CELLS AND BLOCKS NORMAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY QUAIL EMBRYO

      Developmental biology


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