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    1. Lee, MA; Heasman, J; Whitman, M
      Timing of endogenous activin-like signals and regional specification of the Xenopus embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    2. Walters, MJ; Wayman, GA; Christian, JL
      Bone morphogenetic protein function is required for terminal differentiation of the heart but not for early expression of cardiac marker genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    3. Schneider, VA; Mercola, M
      Wnt antagonism initiates cardiogenesis in Xenopus laevis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Zaffran, S; Kuchler, A; Lee, HH; Frasch, M
      biniou (FoxF), a central component in a regulatory network controlling visceral mesoderm development and midgut morphogenesis in Drosophila

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    5. Jagla, K; Bellard, M; Frasch, M
      A cluster of Drosophila homeobox genes involved in mesoderm differentiation programs

      BIOESSAYS
    6. Engleka, MJ; Kessler, DS
      Siamois cooperates with TGF beta signals to induce the complete function of the Spemann-Mangold organizer

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    7. Kumano, G; Ezal, C; Smith, WC
      Boundaries and functional domains in the animal/vegetal axis of Xenopus gastrula mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    8. Ninomiya, H; Zhang, QH; Elinson, RP
      Mesoderm formation in Eleutherodactylus coqui: Body patterning in a frog with a large egg

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Gajewski, K; Zhang, Q; Choi, CY; Fossett, N; Dang, A; Kim, YH; Kim, Y; Schulz, RA
      Pannier is a transcriptional target and partner of tinman during Drosophila cardiogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Sumanas, S; Strege, P; Heasman, J; Ekker, SC
      The putative Wnt receptor Xenopus frizzled-7 functions upstream of beta-catenin in vertebrate dorsoventral mesoderm patterning

      DEVELOPMENT
    11. Vignali, R; Poggi, L; Madeddu, F; Barsacchi, G
      HNF1 beta is required for mesoderm induction in the Xenopus embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Sirotkin, HI; Dougan, ST; Schier, AF; Talbot, WS
      Bozozok and squint act in parallel to specify dorsal mesoderm and anteriorneuroectoderm in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Lerchner, W; Latinkic, BV; Remacle, JE; Huylebroeck, D; Smith, JC
      Region-specific activation of the Xenopus Brachyury promoter involves active repression in ectoderm and endoderm: a study using transgenic frog embryos

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Yamamoto, TS; Takagi, C; Ueno, N
      Requirement of Xmsx-1 in the BMP-triggered ventralization of Xenopus embryos

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    15. Chang, CB; Hemmati-Brivanlou, A
      A post-mid-blastula transition requirement for TGF beta signaling in earlyendodermal specification

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    16. Takimoto, E; Mizuno, T; Terasaki, F; Shimoyama, M; Honda, H; Shiojima, I; Hiroi, Y; Oka, T; Hayashi, D; Hirai, H; Kudoh, S; Toko, H; Kawamura, K; Nagai, R; Yazaki, Y; Komuro, I
      Up-regulation of natriuretic peptides in the ventricle of Csx/Nkx2-5 transgenic mice

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    17. Frasch, M
      Controls in patterning and diversification of somatic muscles during Drosophila embryogenesis

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    18. Arias, AM; Brown, AMC; Brennan, K
      Wnt signalling: pathway or network?

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    19. Latinkic, BV; Smith, JC
      Goosecoid and Mix.1 repress Brachyury expression and are required for headformation in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Gajewski, K; Fossett, N; Molkentin, JD; Schulz, RA
      The zinc finger proteins Pannier and GATA4 function as cardiogenic factorsin Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Baker, JC; Beddington, RSP; Harland, RM
      Wnt signaling in Xenopus embryos inhibits Bmp4 expression and activates neural development

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    22. Itoh, K; Sokol, SY
      Axis determination by inhibition of Wnt signaling in Xenopus

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    23. Watanabe, M; Whitman, M
      The role of transcription factors involved in TGF beta superfamily signaling during development

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    24. Mantrova, EY; Schulz, RA; Hsu, T
      Oogenic function of the myogenic factor D-MEF2: Negative regulation of theDecapentaplegic receptor gene thick veins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    25. Kremser, T; Hasenpusch-Theil, K; Wagner, E; Buttgereit, D; Renkawitz-Pohl, R
      Expression of the beta 3 tubulin gene (beta Tub60D) in the visceral mesoderm of Drosophila is dependent on a complex enhancer that binds Tinman and UBX

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    26. JOSEPH EM; MELTON DA
      MUTANT VG1 LIGANDS DISRUPT ENDODERM AND MESODERM FORMATION IN XENOPUSEMBRYOS

      Development
    27. Fu, YC; Yan, W; Mohun, TJ; Evans, SM
      Vertebrate tinman homologues XNkx2-3 and XNkx2-5 are required for heart formation in a functionally redundant manner

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. NISHIMATSU S; THOMSEN GH
      VENTRAL MESODERM INDUCTION AND PATTERNING BY BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN HETERODIMERS IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    29. CUI YZ; JEAN F; THOMAS G; CHRISTIAN JL
      BMP-4 IS PROTEOLYTICALLY ACTIVATED BY FURIN AND OR PC6 DURING VERTEBRATE EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT/

      EMBO journal (Print)
    30. CREASE DJ; DYSON S; GURDON JB
      COOPERATION BETWEEN THE ACTIVIN AND WNT PATHWAYS IN THE SPATIAL CONTROL OF ORGANIZER GENE-EXPRESSION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    31. McKendry, R; Harland, RM; Stachel, SE
      Activin-induced factors maintain goosecoid transcription through a paired homeodomain binding site

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. HARLAND R; GERHART J
      FORMATION AND FUNCTION OF SPEMANNS ORGANIZER

      Annual review of cell and developmental biology
    33. LAURENT MN; BLITZ IL; HASHIMOTO C; ROTHBACHER U; CHO KWY
      THE XENOPUS HOMEOBOX GENE TWIN MEDIATES WNT INDUCTION OF GOOSECOID INESTABLISHMENT OF SPEMANNS ORGANIZER

      Development
    34. FAN MJ; SOKOL SY
      A ROLE FOR SIAMOIS IN SPEMANN ORGANIZER FORMATION

      Development
    35. DOSCH R; GAWANTKA V; DELIUS H; BLUMENSTOCK C; NIEHRS C
      BMP-4 ACTS AS A MORPHOGEN IN DORSOVENTRAL MESODERM PATTERNING IN XENOPUS

      Development
    36. HOODLESS PA; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      INHIBITORY CONTROL OF NEURAL DIFFERENTIATION IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Development, genes and evolution
    37. ITOH K; SOKOL SY
      GRADED AMOUNTS OF XENOPUS DISHEVELLED SPECIFY DISCRETE ANTEROPOSTERIOR CELL FATES IN PROSPECTIVE ECTODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    38. SCHULTHEISS TM; BURCH JBE; LASSAR AB
      A ROLE FOR BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS IN THE INDUCTION OF CARDIAC MYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    39. BOUWMEESTER T; LEYNS L
      VERTEBRATE HEAD INDUCTION BY ANTERIOR PRIMITIVE ENDODERM

      BioEssays
    40. MOON RT; BROWN JD; TORRES M
      WNTS MODULATE CELL FATE AND BEHAVIOR DURING VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Trends in genetics
    41. RIESE J; YU XN; MUNNERLYN A; ERESH S; HSU SC; GROSSCHEDL R; BIENZ M
      LEF-1, A NUCLEAR FACTOR COORDINATING SIGNALING INPUTS FROM WINGLESS AND DECAPENTAPLEGIC

      Cell
    42. CHEN Y; BHUSHAN A; VALE W
      SMAD8 MEDIATES THE SIGNALING OF THE RECEPTOR SERINE KINASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. REBBERT ML; DAWID IB
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF THE XLIM-1 GENE BY ACTIVIN IS MEDIATED BY AN ELEMENT IN INTRON-I

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    44. ZOLTEWICZ JS; GERHART JC
      THE SPEMANN ORGANIZER OF XENOPUS IS PATTERNED ALONG ITS ANTEROPOSTERIOR AXIS AT THE EARLIEST GASTRULA STAGE

      Developmental biology
    45. POZNANSKI A; MINSUK S; STATHOPOULOS D; KELLER R
      EPITHELIAL-CELL WEDGING AND NEURAL TROUGH FORMATION ARE INDUCED PLANARLY IN XENOPUS, WITHOUT PERSISTENT VERTICAL INTERACTIONS WITH MESODERM

      Developmental biology
    46. MAYOR R; GUERRERO N; MARTINEZ C
      ROLE OF FGF AND NOGGIN IN NEURAL CREST INDUCTION

      Developmental biology
    47. SUZUKI A; KANEKO E; UENO N; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      REGULATION OF EPIDERMAL INDUCTION BY BMP2 AND BMP7 SIGNALING

      Developmental biology
    48. 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
    49. RENUCCI A; LEMARCHANDEL V; ROSA F
      AN ACTIVATED FORM OF TYPE-I SERINE THREONINE KINASE RECEPTOR TARAM-A REVEALS A SPECIFIC SIGNALING PATHWAY INVOLVED IN FISH HEAD ORGANIZER FORMATION/

      Development
    50. HOPPLER S; BROWN JD; MOON RT
      EXPRESSION OF A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE WNT BLOCKS INDUCTION OF MYOD IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Genes & development
    51. TAN C; PRICE C; HOSHIZAKI DK
      412-POSITIVE MESODERMAL CELLS AND THE GONADAL MESODERM ARE SEPARATE FROM THE FAT-CELL LINEAGE

      Genetica
    52. MANCILLA A; MAYOR R
      NEURAL CREST FORMATION IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS - MECHANISMS OF XS1UG INDUCTION

      Developmental biology
    53. VODICKA MA; GERHART JC
      BLASTOMERE DERIVATION AND DOMAINS OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE SPEMANN ORGANIZER OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Development
    54. SMITH WC; MCKENDRY R; RIBISI S; HARLAND RM
      A NODAL-RELATED GENE DEFINES A PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN WITHIN THE SPEMANN ORGANIZER

      Cell
    55. ZHANG J; JACOBSON AG
      EVIDENCE THAT THE BORDER OF THE NEURAL PLATE MAY BE POSITIONED BY THEINTERACTION BETWEEN SIGNALS THAT INDUCE VENTRAL AND DORSAL MESODERM

      Developmental dynamics
    56. GALLAGHER BC; SAKAI LY; LITTLE CD
      FIBRILLIN DELINEATES THE PRIMARY AXIS OF THE EARLY AVIAN EMBRYO

      Developmental dynamics
    57. HUME CR; DODD J
      CWNT-8C - A NOVEL WNT GENE WITH A POTENTIAL ROLE IN PRIMITIVE STREAK FORMATION AND HINDBRAIN ORGANIZATION

      Development
    58. AZPIAZU N; FRASCH M
      TINMAN AND BAGPIPE - 2 HOMEO BOX GENES THAT DETERMINE CELL FATES IN THE DORSAL MESODERM OF DROSOPHILA

      Genes & development


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