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    1. Benson, DL; Colman, DR; Huntley, GW
      Molecules, maps and synapse specificity

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Hubbard, SR
      Theme and variations: Juxtamembrane regulation of receptor protein kinases

      MOLECULAR CELL
    3. Irvine, KD; Rauskolb, C
      Boundaries in development: Formation and function

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    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. Baas, PW; Ahmad, FJ
      Force generation by cytoskeletal motor proteins as a regulator of axonal elongation and retraction

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    6. Sestan, N; Rakic, P; Donoghue, MJ
      Independent parcellation of the embryonic visual cortex and thalamus revealed by combinatorial Eph/ephrin gene expression

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    7. Li, W; Fan, JH; Woodley, DT
      Nck/Dock: an adapter between cell surface receptors and the actin cytoskeleton

      ONCOGENE
    8. Robert, B; Abrahamson, DR
      Control of glomerular capillary development by growth factor/receptor kinases

      PEDIATRIC NEPHROLOGY
    9. Hirate, Y; Mieda, M; Harada, T; Yamasu, K; Okamoto, H
      Identification of ephrin-A3 and novel genes specific to the midbrain-MHB in embryonic zebrafish by ordered differential display

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    10. Winberg, ML; Tamagnone, L; Bai, JW; Comoglio, PM; Montell, D; Goodman, CS
      The transmembrane protein off-track associates with plexins and functions downstream of semaphorin signaling during axon guidance

      NEURON
    11. Yokoyama, N; Romero, MI; Cowan, CA; Galvan, P; Helmbacher, F; Charnay, P; Parada, LF; Henkemeyer, M
      Forward signaling mediated by ephrin-B3 prevents contralateral corticospinal axons from recrossing the spinal cord midline

      NEURON
    12. Kullander, K; Croll, SD; Zimmer, M; Pan, L; McClain, J; Hughes, V; Zabski, S; DeChiara, TM; Klein, R; Yancopoulos, GD; Gale, NW
      Ephrin-B3 is the midline barrier that prevents corticospinal tract axons from recrossing, allowing for unilateral motor control

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    13. Giudicelli, F; Taillebourg, E; Charnay, P; Gilardi-Hebenstreit, P
      Krox-20 patterns the hindbrain through both cell autonomous and non cell-autonomous mechanisms

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    14. Topczewska, JM; Topczewski, J; Shostak, A; Kume, T; Solnica-Krezel, L; Hogan, BLM
      The winged helix transcription factor Foxc1a is essential for somitogenesis in zebrafish

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    15. Bani-Yaghoub, M; Felker, JM; Ozog, MA; Bechberger, JF; Naus, CCG
      Array analysis of the genes regulated during neuronal differentiation of human embryonal cells

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    16. Li, YY; Mi, ZB; Feng, YQ; McTiernan, CF; Zhou, RP; Robbins, PD; Watkins, SC; Feldman, AM
      Differential effects of overexpression of two forms of ephrin-A5 on neonatal rat cardiomyocytes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Zhou, XF; Suh, J; Cerretti, DP; Zhou, RP; DiCicco-Bloom, E
      Ephrins stimulate neurite outgrowth during early cortical neurogenesis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    18. Henley, J
      Proteins involved in the synaptic organization of AMPA (alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methylisoxazolepropionate) receptors

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    19. Chen, JH; Wen, L; Dupuis, S; Wu, JY; Rao, Y
      The N-terminal leucine-rich regions in Slit are sufficient to repel olfactory bulb axons and subventricular zone neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Yates, PA; Roskies, AL; McLaughlin, T; O'Leary, DDM
      Topographic-specific axon branching controlled by ephrin-As is the critical event in retinotectal map development

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Lyckman, AW; Jhaveri, S; Feldheim, DA; Vanderhaeghen, P; Flanagan, JG; Sur, M
      Enhanced plasticity of retinothalamic projections in an ephrin-A2/A5 double mutant

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Mann, F; Holt, CE
      Control of retinal growth and axon divergence at the chiasm: lessons from Xenopus

      BIOESSAYS
    23. Milan, M; Weihe, U; Perez, L; Cohen, SM
      The LRR proteins Capricious and Tartan mediate cell interactions during DVboundary formation in the Drosophila wing

      CELL
    24. Arias, AM
      Epithelial mesenchymal interactions in cancer and development

      CELL
    25. 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
    26. Yamada, T; Okafuji, T; Ohta, K; Handwerker, C; Drescher, U; Tanaka, H
      Analysis of ephrin-A2 in the chick retinotectal projection using a function-blocking monoclonal antibody

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    27. Wang, H; Chadaram, SR; Norton, AS; Laskowski, MB
      Development of inhibition by Ephrin-A5 on outgrowth of embryonic spinal motor neurites

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    28. Karam, SD; Kim, YS; Bothwell, M
      Granule cells migrate within raphes in the developing cerebellum: An evolutionarily conserved morphogenic event

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    29. Small, D; Kovalenko, D; Kacer, D; Liaw, L; Landriscina, M; Di Serio, C; Prudovsky, I; Maciag, T
      Soluble jagged 1 represses the function of its transmembrane form to induce the formation of the Src-dependent chord-like phenotype

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Chan, J; Mably, JD; Serluca, FC; Chen, JN; Goldstein, NB; Thomas, MC; Cleary, JA; Brennan, C; Fishman, MC; Roberts, TM
      Morphogenesis of prechordal plate and notochord requires intact Eph/ephrinB signaling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    31. Kimmel, CB; Miller, CT; Moens, CB
      Specification and morphogenesis of the zebrafish larval head skeleton

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. Chuang, JC; Raymond, PA
      Zebrafish genes rx1 and rx2 help define the region of forebrain that givesrise to retina

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. 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
    34. 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
    35. Zhang, XQ; Takakura, N; Oike, Y; Inada, T; Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD; Suda, T
      Stromal cells expressing ephrin-B2 promote the growth and sprouting of ephrin-B2(+) endothelial cells

      BLOOD
    36. McNeill, H
      Sticking together and sorting things out: Adhesion as a force in development

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    37. Conover, JC; Doetsch, F; Garcia-Verdugo, JM; Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD; Alvarez-Buylla, A
      Disruption of Eph/ephrin signaling affects migration and proliferation in the adult subventricular zone

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    38. Wilkinson, DG
      Topographic mapping: Organising by repulsion and competition?

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    39. Shima, DT; Mailhos, C
      Vascular developmental biology: getting nervous

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    40. Robinson, DR; Wu, YM; Lin, SF
      The protein tyrosine kinase family of the human genome

      ONCOGENE
    41. Imondi, R; Wideman, C; Kaprielian, Z
      Complementary expression of transmembrane ephrins and their receptors in the mouse spinal cord: a possible role in constraining the orientation of longitudinally projecting axone

      DEVELOPMENT
    42. Birgbauer, E; Cowan, CA; Sretavan, DW; Henkemeyer, M
      Kinase independent function of EphB receptors in retinal axon pathfinding to the optic disc from dorsal but not ventral retina

      DEVELOPMENT
    43. Zarbalis, K; Wurst, W
      Expression domains of murine ephrin-A5 in the pituitary and hypothalamus

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    44. Feldheim, DA; Kim, YI; Bergemann, AD; Frisen, J; Barbacid, M; Flanagan, JG
      Genetic analysis of ephrin-A2 and ephrin-A5 shows their requirement in multiple aspects of retinocollicular mapping

      NEURON
    45. Feng, GP; Laskowski, MB; Feldheim, DA; Wang, HM; Lewis, R; Frisen, J; Flanagan, JG; Sanes, JR
      Roles for ephrins in positionally selective synaptogenesis between motor neurons and muscle fibers

      NEURON
    46. Eberhart, J; Swartz, M; Koblar, SA; Pasquale, EB; Tanaka, H; Krull, CE
      Expression of EphA4, ephrin-A2 and ephrin-A5 during axon outgrowth to the hindlimb indicates potential roles in pathfinding

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    47. Krull, CE; Koblar, SA
      Motor axon pathfinding in the peripheral nervous system

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    48. Gao, PP; Sun, CH; Zhou, XF; DiCicco-Bloom, E; Zhou, RP
      Ephrins stimulate or inhibit neurite outgrowth and survival as a function of neuronal cell type

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    49. Nakashiba, T; Ikeda, T; Nishimura, S; Tashiro, K; Honjo, T; Culotti, JG; Itohara, S
      Netrin-G1: a novel glycosyl phosphatidylinositol-linked mammalian netrin that is functionally divergent from classical netrins

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    50. Gilges, D; Vinit, MA; Callebaut, I; Coulombel, L; Cacheux, V; Romeo, PH; Vigon, I
      Polydom: a secreted protein with pentraxin, complement central protein, epidermal growth factor and von Willebrand factor A domains

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    51. Davy, A; Robbins, SM
      Ephrin-A5 modulates cell adhesion and morphology in an integrin-dependent manner

      EMBO JOURNAL
    52. Patan, S
      Vasculogenesis and angiogenesis as mechanisms of vascular network formation, growth and remodeling

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-ONCOLOGY
    53. Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins: Regulators of guidance and assembly

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 196
    54. Daniel, TO; Abrahamson, D
      Endothelial signal integration in vascular assembly

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    55. Pasquale, E
      Turning attraction into repulsion

      SCIENCE
    56. Koblar, SA; Krull, CE; Pasquale, EB; McLennan, R; Peale, FD; Cerretti, DP; Bothwell, M
      Spinal motor axons and neural crest cells use different molecular guides for segmental migration through the rostral half-somite

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    57. Becker, CG; Becker, T
      Gradients of ephrin-A2 and ephrin-A5b mRNA during retinotopic regenerationof the optic projection in adult zebrafish

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    58. Wahl, S; Barth, H; Ciossek, T; Aktories, K; Mueller, BK
      Ephrin-A5 induces collapse of growth cones by activating Rho and Rho kinase

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    59. Brigande, JV; Iten, LE; Fekete, DM
      A fate map of chick otic cup closure reveals lineage boundaries in the dorsal otocyst

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    60. Smith, DM; Tabin, CJ
      Clonally related cells are restricted to organ boundaries early in the development of the chicken gut to form compartment boundaries

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    61. Bellipanni, G; Murakami, T; Doerre, OG; Andermann, P; Weinberg, ES
      Expression of Otx homeodomain proteins induces cell aggregation in developing zebrafish embryos

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    62. Garrity, PA
      Signal transduction in axon guidance

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    63. Mackarehtschian, K; Lau, CK; Caras, I; McConnell, SK
      Regional differences in the developing cerebral cortex revealed by ephrin-A5 expression

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    64. Klein, R
      Neural development: Bidirectional signals establish boundaries

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    65. Ilan, N; Madri, JA
      New paradigms of signaling in the vasculature: ephrins and metalloproteases

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    66. Rhinn, M; Dierich, A; La Meur, M; Ang, SL
      Cell autonomous and non-cell autonomous functions of Otx2 in patterning the rostral brain

      DEVELOPMENT
    67. Picker, A; Brennan, C; Reifers, F; Clarke, JDW; Holder, N; Brand, M
      Requirement for the zebrafish mid-hindbrain boundary in midbrain polarisation, mapping and confinement of the retinotectal projection

      DEVELOPMENT
    68. Holder, N; Klein, R
      Eph receptors and ephrins: effectors of morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    69. Rogers, JH; Ciossek, T; Menzel, P; Pasquale, EB
      Eph receptors and ephrins demarcate cerebellar lobules before and during their formation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    70. Michael, SK; Brennan, J; Robertson, EJ
      Efficient gene-specific expression of Cre recombinase in the mouse embryo by targeted insertion of a novel IRES-Cre cassette into endogenous loci

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    71. Schulte, D; Furukawa, T; Peters, MA; Kozak, CA; Cepko, CL
      Misexpression of the Emx-related homeobox genes cVax and mVax2 ventralizesthe retina and perturbs the retinotectal map

      NEURON
    72. Debby-Brafman, A; Burstyn-Cohen, T; Klar, A; Kalcheim, C
      F-spondin, expressed in somite regions avoided by neural crest cells, mediates inhibition of distinct somite domains to neural crest migration

      NEURON
    73. Bruckner, K; Labrador, JP; Scheiffele, P; Herb, A; Seeburg, PH; Klein, R
      EphrinB ligands recruit GRIP family PDZ adaptor proteins into raft membrane microdomains

      NEURON
    74. Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD
      Growth factors acting via endothelial cell-specific receptor tyrosine kinases: VEGFs, angiopoietins, and ephrins in vascular development

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    75. Davy, A; Gale, NW; Murray, EW; Klinghoffer, RA; Soriano, P; Feuerstein, C; Robbins, SM
      Compartmentalized signaling by GPI-anchored ephrin-A5 requires the Fyn tyrosine kinase to regulate cellular adhesion

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    76. Yue, Y; Widmer, DAJ; Halladay, AK; Cerretti, DP; Wagner, GC; Dreyer, JL; Zhou, RP
      Specification of distinct dopaminergic neural pathways: Roles of the Eph family receptor EphB1 and ligand ephrin-B2

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    77. Yue, Y; Su, JY; Cerretti, DP; Fox, GM; Jing, SQ; Zhou, RP
      Selective inhibition of spinal cord neurite outgrowth and cell survival bythe Eph family ligand ephrin-A5

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    78. Stein, E; Savaskan, NE; Ninnemann, O; Nitsch, R; Zhou, RP; Skutella, T
      A role for the EPH ligand ephrin-A3 in entorhino-hippocampal axon targeting

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    79. Huynh-Do, U; Stein, E; Lane, AA; Liu, H; Cerretti, DP; Daniel, TO
      Surface densities of ephrin-B1 determine EphB1-coupled activation of cell attachment through alpha(v)beta(3) and alpha(5)beta(1) integrins

      EMBO JOURNAL
    80. Marg, A; Sirim, P; Spaltmann, F; Plagge, A; Kauselmann, G; Buck, F; Rathjen, FG; Brummendorf, T
      Neurotractin, a novel neurite outgrowth-promoting Ig-like protein that interacts with CEPU-1 and LAMP

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    81. Lai, KO; Ip, FCF; Ip, NY
      Identification and characterization of splice variants of ephrin-A3 and ephrin-A5

      FEBS LETTERS
    82. Miranda, JD; White, LA; Marcillo, AE; Willson, CA; Jagid, J; Whittemore, SR
      Induction of Eph B3 after spinal cord injury

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    83. Dutting, D; Handwerker, C; Drescher, U
      Topographic targeting and pathfinding errors of retinal axons following overexpression of ephrinA ligands on retinal ganglion cell axons

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    84. HOLDER N; COOKE J; BRENNAN C
      THE EPH RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES AND THE EPHRINS - ROLES IN NERVOUS-SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

      European journal of neuroscience
    85. Helbling, PM; Tran, CT; Brandli, AW
      Requirement for EphA receptor signaling in the segregation of Xenopus third and fourth arch neural crest cells

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    86. STEIN E; LANE AA; CERRETTI DP; SCHOECKLMANN HO; SCHROFF AD; VANETTEN RL; DANIEL TO
      EPH RECEPTORS DISCRIMINATE SPECIFIC LIGAND OLIGOMERS TO DETERMINE ALTERNATIVE SIGNALING COMPLEXES, ATTACHMENT, AND ASSEMBLY RESPONSES

      Genes & development
    87. CASTELLANI V; YUE Y; GAO PP; ZHOU RP; BOLZ J
      DUAL-ACTION OF A LIGAND FOR EPH RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES ON SPECIFICPOPULATIONS OF AXONS DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORTICAL CIRCUITS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    88. ZHOU RP
      THE EPH FAMILY RECEPTORS AND LIGANDS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    89. ABRAHAMSON DR; ROBERT B; HYINK DP; STJOHN PL; DANIEL TO
      ORIGINS AND FORMATION OF MICROVASCULATURE IN THE DEVELOPING KIDNEY

      Kidney international
    90. JONES TL; CHONG LD; KIM J; XU RH; KUNG HF; DAAR IO
      LOSS OF CELL-ADHESION IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS MEDIATED BY THE CYTOPLASMIC DOMAIN OF XLERK, AN ERYTHROPOIETIN-PRODUCING HEPATOCELLULAR LIGAND

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    91. COOKE JE; XU QL; WILSON SW; HOLDER N
      CHARACTERIZATION OF 5 NOVEL ZEBRAFISH EPH-RELATED RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES SUGGESTS ROLES IN PATTERNING THE NEURAL PLATE

      Development, genes and evolution
    92. ELLIS C; KASMI F; GANJU P; WALLS E; PANAYOTOU G; REITH AD
      A JUXTAMEMBRANE AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION SITE IN THE EPH FAMILY RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE, SEK, MEDIATES HIGH-AFFINITY INTERACTION WITH P59FYN

      Oncogene
    93. ORIOLI D; HENKEMEYER M; LEMKE G; KLEIN R; PAWSON T
      SEK4 AND NUK RECEPTORS COOPERATE IN GUIDANCE OF COMMISSURAL AXONS ANDIN PALATE FORMATION

      EMBO journal
    94. BRAMBILLA R; SCHNAPP A; CASAGRANDA F; LABRADOR JP; BERGEMANN AD; FLANAGAN JG; PASQUALE EB; KLEIN R
      MEMBRANE-BOUND LERK2 LIGAND CAN SIGNAL THROUGH 3 DIFFERENT EPH-RELATED RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES

      EMBO journal


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