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    1. Gomer, RH
      Not being the wrong size

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Koide, T; Downes, M; Chandraratna, RAS; Blumberg, B; Umesono, K
      Active repression of RAR signaling is required for head formation

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Pantic, VR
      Biology of kidney cells: Ontogeny-recapitulating phylogeny

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 206
    4. Finkielstein, CV; Lewellyn, AL; Maller, JL
      The midblastula transition in Xenopus embryos activates multiple pathways to prevent apoptosis in response to DNA damage

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    5. Palancade, B; Bellier, S; Almouzni, G; Bensaude, O
      Incomplete RNA polymerase II phosphorylation in Xenopus laevis early embryos

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    6. Ficzycz, A; Eskiw, C; Meyer, D; Marley, KE; Hurt, M; Ovsenek, N
      Expression, activity, and subcellular localization of the Yin Yang 1 transcription factor in Xenopus oocytes and embryos

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Bagowski, CP; Xiong, W; Ferrell, JE
      c-jun N-terminal kinase activation in Xenopus laevis eggs and embryos - A possible non-genomic role for the JNK signaling pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Saka, Y; Smith, JC
      Spatial and temporal patterns of cell division during early Xenopus embryogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Masui, M; Kominami, T
      Change in the adhesive properties of blastomeres during early cleavage stages in sea urchin embryo

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    10. Philpott, A; Krude, T; Laskey, RA
      Nuclear chaperones

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Kappas, NC; Savage, P; Chen, KC; Walls, AT; Sible, JC
      Dissection of the XChk1 signaling pathway in Xenopus laevis embryos

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    12. Oh, B; Hwang, SY; McLaughlin, J; Solter, D; Knowles, BB
      Timely translation during the mouse oocyte-to-embryo transition

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Stancheva, I; Meehan, RR
      Transient depletion of xDnmt1 leads to premature gene activation in Xenopus embryos

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    14. Dagle, JM; Littig, JL; Sutherland, LB; Weeks, DL
      Targeted elimination of zygotic messages in Xenopus laevis embryos by modified oligonucleotides possessing terminal cationic linkages

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    15. Ishii, T; Aoki, T; Hosoyama, Y; Miyata, S
      In vivo and in vitro effects of a protease inhibitor (E-64) on cell division of Xenopus eggs

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    16. Van der Velden, AW; Destree, OHJ; Voorma, HO; Thomas, AAM
      Controlled translation initiation on insulin-like growth factor 2-leader 1during Xenopus laevis embryogenesis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    17. Veenstra, GJC; Weeks, DL; Wolffe, AP
      Distinct roles for TBP and TBP-like factor in early embryonic gene transcription in Xenopus

      SCIENCE
    18. Kikyo, N; Wolffe, AP
      Reprogramming nuclei: insights from cloning, nuclear transfer and heterokaryons

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    19. Guschin, D; Geiman, TM; Kikyo, N; Tremethick, DJ; Wolffe, AP; Wade, PA
      Multiple ISWI ATPase complexes from Xenopus laevis - Functional conservation of an ACF/CHRAC homolog

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Kell, R; Pierce, H; Swoap, SJ
      PGAM-M expression is regulated pretranslationally in hindlimb muscles and under altered loading conditions

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Sibon, OCM; Laurencon, A; Hawley, RS; Theurkauf, WE
      The Drosophila ATM homologue Mei-41 has an essential checkpoint function at the midblastula transition

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    22. Veenstra, GJC; Destree, OHJ; Wolffe, AP
      Translation of maternal TATA-binding protein mRNA potentiates basal but not activated transcription in Xenopus embryos at the midblastula transition

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Ishida, K; Satoh, N
      Genomic organization and the 5 ' upstream sequences associated with the specific spatio-temporal expression of HrEpiC, an epidermis-specific gene of the ascidian Halocynthia roretzi

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Asashima, M; Kinoshita, K; Ariizumi, T; Malacinski, GM
      Role of activin and other peptide growth factors in body patterning in theearly amphibian embryo

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 191
    25. Yamada, A; Nishida, H
      Distinct parameters are involved in controlling the number of rounds of cell division in each tissue during ascidian embryogenesis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    26. Nagano, M; Shiokawa, K
      Inhibition of transcription of class II, but not class III and I, genes inXenopus postblastular embryos overexpressed with the TBP-binding protein, Dr1 (NC2 beta)

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    27. FORLANI S; BONNEROT C; CAPGRAS S; NICOLAS JF
      RELIEF OF A REPRESSED GENE-EXPRESSION STATE IN THE MOUSE 1-CELL EMBRYO REQUIRES DNA-REPLICATION

      Development
    28. MOREAU N; PRUDHOMME C; ANGELIER N
      CELL-CYCLE-DEPENDENT NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION OF HSP70 IN AMPHIBIAN EMBRYONIC-CELLS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    29. DIMITROVA DS; GILBERT DM
      REGULATION OF MAMMALIAN REPLICATION ORIGIN USAGE IN XENOPUS EGG EXTRACT

      Journal of Cell Science
    30. FUKUSHIMA A; OKUDA A; NISHIMOTO M; SEKI N; HORI TA; MURAMATSU M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF AN EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL COACTIVATOR UTF1 WHICH ARE CONSERVED AND ESSENTIAL FOR POTENTIATION OF ATF-2 ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. AKAMATSU E; TANAKA T; KATO J
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR E2F AND CYCLIN-E CDK2 COMPLEX COOPERATE TO INDUCE CHROMOSOMAL DNA-REPLICATION IN XENOPUS OOCYTES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    32. ARTS GJ; ENGLMEIER L; MATTAJ IW
      ENERGY-AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT IN-VITRO EXPORT OF RNA FROM SYNTHETIC NUCLEI

      Biological chemistry
    33. ANDERSON JA; LEWELLYN AL; MALLER JL
      IONIZING-RADIATION INDUCES APOPTOSIS AND ELEVATES CYCLIN A1 CDK2 ACTIVITY BEFORE BUT NOT AFTER THE MIDBLASTULA TRANSITION IN XENOPUS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    34. HEKIMI S
      A CELLULAR AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CLOCK SETS T HE PACE OF THE LIFE OF THE NEMATODE CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      MS. Medecine sciences
    35. FRASER SD; BROWDER LW
      STIMULATION OF TRANSLATION AND CYTOPLASMIC POLYADENYLATION BY THE XENOPUS C-MYCL 3'-UNTRANSLATED REGION

      Differentiation
    36. ZAMIR E; KAM Z; YARDEN A
      TRANSCRIPTION-DEPENDENT INDUCTION OF G(1) PHASE DURING THE ZEBRA FISHMIDBLASTULA TRANSITION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    37. TAIEB F; CHARTRAIN I; CHEVALIER S; HACCARD O; JESSUS C
      CYCLIN D2 ARRESTS XENOPUS EARLY EMBRYONIC-CELL CYCLES

      Experimental cell research
    38. ELHODIRI HM; SHOU WN; ETKIN LD
      XNF7 FUNCTIONS IN DORSAL-VENTRAL PATTERNING OF THE XENOPUS EMBRYO

      Developmental biology
    39. SIBLE JC; ANDERSON JA; LEWELLYN AL; MALLER JL
      ZYGOTIC TRANSCRIPTION IS REQUIRED TO BLOCK A MATERNAL PROGRAM OF APOPTOSIS IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology
    40. ALI A; KRONE PH; PEARSON DS; HEIKKILA JJ
      EVALUATION OF STRESS-INDUCIBLE HSP90 GENE-EXPRESSION AS A POTENTIAL MOLECULAR BIOMARKER IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Cell stress & chaperones
    41. IYENGAR A; MULLER F; MACLEAN N
      REGULATION AND EXPRESSION OF TRANSGENES IN FISH - A REVIEW

      Transgenic research
    42. NAKAMURA H; TASHIRO K; SHIOKAWA K
      ISOLATION OF XENOPUS HGF GENE PROMOTER AND ITS FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS INEMBRYOS AND ANIMAL CAPS

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    43. PRITCHARD DK; SCHUBIGER G
      ACTIVATION OF TRANSCRIPTION IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS IS A GRADUAL PROCESS MEDIATED BY THE NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC RATIO

      Genes & development
    44. NIGHTINGALE K; DIMITROV S; REEVES R; WOLFFE AP
      EVIDENCE FOR A SHARED STRUCTURAL ROLE FOR HMG1 AND LINKER HISTONES B4AND H1 IN ORGANIZING CHROMATIN

      EMBO journal
    45. STEBBINSBOAZ B; HAKE LE; RICHTER JD
      CPEB CONTROLS THE CYTOPLASMIC POLYADENYLATION OF CYCLIN, CDK2 AND C-MOS MESSENGER-RNAS AND IS NECESSARY FOR OOCYTE MATURATION IN XENOPUS

      EMBO journal
    46. CHAN APY; GURDON JB
      NUCLEAR TRANSPLANTATION FROM STABLY TRANSFECTED CULTURED-CELLS OF XENOPUS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    47. GEBAUER D; MAIS C; ZINGER K; HOCK R; LIEB B; SCHEER U
      LOCALIZATION OF A HIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT FORM OF DNA TOPOISOMERASE-I IN AMPHIBIAN OOCYTES

      The International journal of developmental biology
    48. HAINSKI AM; MOODY SA
      ACTIVIN-LIKE SIGNAL ACTIVATES DORSAL-SPECIFIC MATERNAL RNA BETWEEN 8-CELL AND 16-CELL STAGES OF XENOPUS

      Developmental genetics
    49. RYAN K; GARRETT N; MITCHELL A; GURDON JB
      EOMESODERMIN, A KEY EARLY GENE IN XENOPUS MESODERM DIFFERENTIATION

      Cell
    50. KINOSHITA K; ASASHIMA M
      EFFECT OF ACTIVIN AND LITHIUM ON ISOLATED XENOPUS ANIMAL BLASTOMERES AND RESPONSE ALTERATION AT THE MIDBLASTULA TRANSITION

      Development
    51. VANLOON AE; GOEDEMANS HJ; WIJTENS MEM; DAEMEN AJJM
      ONSET OF TRANSCRIPTION IN PATELLA-VULGATA COINCIDES WITH CELL-CYCLE ELONGATION AND EXPRESSION OF TUBULIN GENES

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    52. VEENSTRA GJC; BEUMER TL; PETERSONMADURO J; STEGEMAN BI; KARG HA; VANDERVLIET PC; DESTREE OHJ
      DYNAMIC AND DIFFERENTIAL OCT-1 EXPRESSION DURING EARLY XENOPUS EMBRYOGENESIS - PERSISTENCE OF OCT-1 PROTEIN FOLLOWING DOWN-REGULATION OF THE RNA

      Mechanisms of development
    53. PAQUEREAU L; AUDIGIER Y
      GTP-BINDING PROTEINS AND EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS IN XENOPUS

      Cellular signalling
    54. ALMOUZNI G; WOLFFE AP
      CONSTRAINTS ON TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR FUNCTION CONTRIBUTE TO TRANSCRIPTIONAL QUIESCENCE DURING EARLY XENOPUS EMBRYOGENESIS

      EMBO journal
    55. DREAN G; LECLERC C; DUPRAT AM; MOREAU M
      EXPRESSION OF L-TYPE CA2-LAEVIS( CHANNEL DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS IN XENOPUS)

      The International journal of developmental biology
    56. ROSANDER U; HOLM I; GRAHN B; LOVTRUPREIN H; MATTSSON MO; HEBY O
      DOWN-REGULATION OF ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE BY AN INCREASED DEGRADATION OF THE ENZYME DURING GASTRULATION OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, N. Gene structure and expression
    57. BAER JS; KIVLAHAN DR; MARLATT GA
      HIGH-RISK DRINKING ACROSS THE TRANSITION FROM HIGH-SCHOOL TO COLLEGE

      Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research
    58. VALDIMARSSON G; KIDDER GM
      TEMPORAL CONTROL OF GAP JUNCTION ASSEMBLY IN PREIMPLANTATION MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Journal of Cell Science
    59. UZAWA M; GRAMS J; MADDEN B; TOFT D; SALISBURY JL
      IDENTIFICATION OF A COMPLEX BETWEEN CENTRIN AND HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS IN CSF-ARRESTED XENOPUS OOCYTES AND DISSOCIATION OF THE COMPLEX FOLLOWING OOCYTE ACTIVATION

      Developmental biology
    60. WHITFIELD TT; HEASMAN J; WYLIE CC
      EARLY EMBRYONIC EXPRESSION OF XLPOU-60, A XENOPUS POU-DOMAIN PROTEIN

      Developmental biology
    61. MAKITA R; KONDOH H; OKAMOTO M
      TRANSGENESIS OF NEWT WITH EXOGENOUS GENE-EXPRESSION FACILITATED BY SATELLITE 2 REPEATS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    62. SLACK JMW
      INDUCING FACTORS IN XENOPUS EARLY EMBRYOS

      Current biology
    63. EDGAR LG; WOLF N; WOOD WB
      EARLY TRANSCRIPTION IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS EMBRYOS

      Development
    64. BOUVET P; DIMITROV S; WOLFFE AP
      SPECIFIC REGULATION OF XENOPUS CHROMOSOMAL 5S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE-TRANSCRIPTION IN-VIVO BY HISTONE H1

      Genes & development
    65. SEIDEL CW; PECK LJ
      PURIFICATION OF A CALCIUM-DEPENDENT RIBONUCLEASE FROM XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Nucleic acids research
    66. ESTELLER M; URENA J; CARRERAS J; MARTELLY I; CLIMENT F
      THYROID-HORMONE STIMULATES PHOSPHOGLYCERATE MUTASE ACTIVITY AND ISOZYME TRANSITION IN RAT MUSCLE TISSUES

      Life sciences
    67. FREDERICK DL; ANDREWS MT
      CELL-CYCLE REMODELING REQUIRES CELL-CELL INTERACTIONS IN DEVELOPING XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    68. STURGES MR; PECK LJ
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION OF RNA-POLYMERASE-III TRANSCRIPTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. BATES WR
      EVOLUTIONARY MODIFICATIONS OF MORPHOGENETIC MECHANISMS AND ALTERNATE LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES IN ASCIDIANS

      Microscopy research and technique
    70. KANE DA; KIMMEL CB
      THE ZEBRAFISH MIDBLASTULA TRANSITION

      Development
    71. CHAPMAN DL; WOLGEMUTH DJ
      ISOLATION OF THE MURINE CYCLIN B2 CDNA AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LINEAGE AND TEMPORAL SPECIFICITY OF EXPRESSION OF THE B1 AND B2 CYCLINS DURING OOGENESIS, SPERMATOGENESIS AND EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development
    72. ASANO M; SHIOKAWA K
      BEHAVIOR OF EXOGENOUSLY-INTRODUCED DNAS IN EARLY EMBRYOS OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Zoological science
    73. ROLLINS MB; DELRIO S; GALEY AL; SETZER DR; ANDREWS MT
      ROLE OF TFIIIA ZINC FINGERS IN-VIVO - ANALYSIS OF SINGLE-FINGER FUNCTION IN DEVELOPING XENOPUS-EMBRYOS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    74. REYNOLDS SD; ANGERER LM; PALIS J; NASIR A; ANGERER RC
      EARLY MESSENGER-RNAS, SPATIALLY RESTRICTED ALONG THE ANIMAL-VEGETAL AXIS OF SEA-URCHIN EMBRYOS, INCLUDE ONE ENCODING A PROTEIN RELATED TO TOLLOID AND BMP-1

      Development


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