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    1. Yelon, D
      Cardiac patterning and morphogenesis in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    2. Hunter, E; Begbie, J; Mason, I; Graham, A
      Early development of the mesencephalic trigeminal nucleus

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Tucker, RP; Chiquet-Ehrismann, R; Chevron, MP; Martin, D; Hall, RJ; Rubin, BP
      Teneurin-2 is expressed in tissues that regulate limb and somite pattern formation and is induced in vitro and in situ by FGF8

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    4. Jungbluth, S; Larsen, C; Wizenmann, A; Lumsden, A
      Cell mixing between the embryonic midbrain and hindbrain

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    5. Mattila, MMT; Ruohola, JK; Valve, EM; Tasanen, MJ; Seppanen, JA; Harkonen, PL
      FGF-8b increases angiogenic capacity and tumor growth of androgen-regulated S115 breast cancer cells

      ONCOGENE
    6. Belting, HG; Hauptmann, G; Meyer, D; Abdelliah-Seyfried, S; Chitnis, A; Eschbach, C; Soll, I; Thisse, C; Thisse, B; Artinger, KB; Lunde, K; Driever, W
      spiel ohne grenzen/pou2 is required during establishment of the zebrafish midbrain-hindbrain boundary organizer

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Schneider, RA; Hu, D; Rubenstein, JLR; Maden, M; Helms, JA
      Local retinoid signaling coordinates forebrain and facial morphogenesis bymaintaining FGF8 and SHH

      DEVELOPMENT
    8. Sato, T; Araki, I; Nakamura, H
      Inductive signal and tissue responsiveness defining the tectum and the cerebellum

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Furthauer, M; Reifers, F; Brand, M; Thisse, B; Thisse, C
      sprouty4 acts in vivo as a feedback-induced antagonist of FGF signaling inzebrafish

      DEVELOPMENT
    10. Suzuki, K; Tokue, A; Kamiakito, T; Kuriki, K; Saito, K; Tanaka, A
      Predominant expression of fibroblast growth factor (FGF) 8, FGF4, and FGF receptor 1 in nonseminomatous and highly proliferative components of testicular germ cell tumours

      VIRCHOWS ARCHIV-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    11. Raible, F; Brand, M
      Tight transcriptional control of the ETS domain factors Erm and Pea3 by Fgf signaling during early zebrafish development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    12. Garda, AL; Echevarria, D; Martinez, S
      Neuroepithelial co-expression of Gbx2 and Otx2 precedes Fgf8 expression inthe isthmic organizer

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    13. Pickles, JO
      The expression of fibroblast growth factors and their receptors in the embryonic and neonatal mouse inner ear

      HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Martin, G
      Making a vertebrate limb: new players enter from the wings

      BIOESSAYS
    15. Martinez-Barbera, JP; Beddington, RSP
      Getting your head around Hex and Hesx1: forebrain formation in mouse

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    16. Martinez, S
      The isthmic organizer and brain regionalization

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    17. Hernandez-Hernandez, V; Fernandez, J; Cardona, A; Romero, R; Bueno, D
      Selective inhibition of gene expression by RNAi in chick embryos in ovo

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    18. Tanaka, S; Ueo, H; Mafune, KI; Mori, M; Wands, JR; Sugimachi, K
      A novel isoform of human fibroblast growth factor 8 is induced by androgens and associated with progression of esophageal carcinoma

      DIGESTIVE DISEASES AND SCIENCES
    19. Tanaka, A; Kamiakito, T; Hakamata, Y; Fujii, A; Kuriki, K; Fukayama, M
      Extensive neuronal localization and neurotrophic function of fibroblast growth factor 8 in the nervous system

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Lawson, A; Colas, JF; Schoenwolf, GC
      Classification scheme for genes expressed during formation and progressionof the avian primitive streak

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    21. Saxton, TM; Ciruna, BG; Holmyard, D; Kulkarni, S; Harpal, K; Rossant, J; Pawson, T
      The SH2 tyrosine phosphatase Shp2 is required for mammalian limb development

      NATURE GENETICS
    22. Lee, SY; Kim, WS; Yang, JM
      Expression and characterization of fibroblast growth factor 8 from Mexicanaxolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    23. Adams, KA; Maida, JM; Golden, JA; Riddle, RD
      The transcription factor Lmx1b maintains Wnt1 expression within the isthmic organizer

      DEVELOPMENT
    24. Reifers, F; Walsh, EC; Leger, S; Stainier, DYR; Brand, M
      Induction and differentiation of the zebrafish heart requires fibroblast growth factor 8 (fgf8/acerebellar)

      DEVELOPMENT
    25. Barbera, JPM; Clements, M; Thomas, P; Rodriguez, T; Meloy, D; Kioussis, D; Beddington, RSP
      The homeobox gene Hex is required in definitive endodermal tissues for normal forebrain, liver and thyroid formation

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Haraguchi, R; Suzuki, K; Murakami, R; Sakai, M; Kamikawa, M; Kengaku, M; Sekine, K; Kawano, H; Kato, S; Ueno, N; Yamada, G
      Molecular analysis of external genitalia formation: the role of fibroblastgrowth factor (Fgf) genes during genital tubercle formation

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Irving, C; Mason, I
      Signalling by FGF8 from the isthmus patterns anterior hindbrain and establishes the anterior limit of Hox gene expression

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Reifers, F; Adams, J; Mason, IJ; Schulte-Merker, S; Brand, M
      Overlapping and distinct functions provided by fgf17, a new zebrafish member of the Fgf8/17/18 subgroup of Fgfs

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    29. Adamska, M; Leger, S; Brand, M; Hadrys, T; Braun, T; Bober, E
      Inner ear and lateral line expression of a zebrafish Nkx5-1 gene and its downregulation in the ears of FGF8 mutant, ace

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    30. Ohuchi, H; Kimura, S; Watamoto, M; Itoh, N
      Involvement of fibroblast growth factor (FGF)18-FGF8 signaling in specification of left-right asymmetry and brain and limb development of the chick embryo

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    31. Hidalgo-Sanchez, M; Alvarado-Mallart, RM; Alvarez, IS
      Pax2, Otx2, Gbx2 and Fgf8 expression in early otic vesicle development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    32. Roth, C; Hinney, B; Peter, M; Steinberger, D; Lakomek, M
      Features of Antley-Bixler syndrome in an infant born to a mother with pregnancy luteoma

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    33. Simeone, A
      Positioning the isthmic organizer - where Otx2 and Gbx2 meet

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    34. Kuriki, K; Kamiakito, T; Yoshida, H; Saito, K; Fukayama, M; Tanaka, A
      Integration of proviral sequences, but not at the common integration sitesof the FGF8 locus, in an androgen-dependent mouse mammary Shionogi carcinoma

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Garcia-Castro, MI; Vielmetter, E; Bronner-Fraser, M
      N-cadherin, a cell adhesion molecule involved in establishment of embryonic left-right asymmetry

      SCIENCE
    36. Welsh, IC; O'Brien, TP
      Loss of late primitive streak mesoderm and interruption of left-right morphogenesis in the Ednrb(s-1Acrg) mutant mouse

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. 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
    38. Martinez-Barbera, JP; Rodriguez, TA; Beddlington, RSP
      The homeobox gene Hesx1 is required in the anterior neural ectoderm for normal forebrain formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Yokoyama, H; Yonei-Tamura, S; Endo, T; Belmonte, JCI; Tamura, K; Ide, H
      Mesenchyme with fgf-10 expression is responsible for regenerative capacityin Xenopus limb buds

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. St Amand, TR; Zhang, YD; Semina, EV; Zhao, X; Hu, YP; Nguyen, L; Murray, JC; Chen, YP
      Antagonistic signals between BMP4 and FGF8 define the expression of Pitx1 and Pitx2 in mouse tooth-forming anlage

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    41. Song, ZG; Powell, WC; Kasahara, N; van Bokhoven, A; Miller, GJ; Roy-Burman, P
      The effect of fibroblast growth factor 8, isoform b, on the biology of prostate carcinoma cells and their interaction with stromal cells

      CANCER RESEARCH
    42. Brondani, V; Hamy, F
      Retinoic acid switches differential expression of FGF8 isoforms in LNCaP cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    43. Sergi, C; Schmitt, HP
      The vesicular forebrain (pseudo-aprosencephaly): a missing link in the teratogenetic spectrum of the defective brain anlage and its discrimination from aprosencephaly

      ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA
    44. Dorkin, TJ; Robinson, MC; Marsh, C; Bjartell, A; Neal, DE; Leung, HY
      FGF8 over-expression in prostate cancer is associated with decreased patient survival and persists in androgen independent disease

      ONCOGENE
    45. Martinez, S; Crossley, PH; Cobos, I; Rubenstein, JLR; Martin, GR
      FGF8 induces formation of an ectopic isthmic organizer and isthmocerebellar development via a repressive effect on Otx2 expression

      DEVELOPMENT
    46. Shamim, H; Mahmood, R; Logan, C; Doherty, P; Lumsden, A; Mason, I
      Sequential roles for Fgf4, En1 and Fgf8 in specification and regionalisation of the midbrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    47. Lettice, L; Hecksher-Sorensen, J; Hill, RE
      The dominant hemimelia mutation uncouples epithelial-mesenchymal interactions and disrupts anterior mesenchyme formation in mouse hindlimbs

      DEVELOPMENT
    48. Liu, AM; Losos, K; Joyner, AL
      FGF8 can activate Gbx2 and transform regions of the rostral mouse brain into a hindbrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    49. Minowada, G; Jarvis, LA; Chi, CL; Neubuser, A; Sun, X; Hacohen, N; Krasnow, MA; Martin, GR
      Vertebrate Sprouty genes are induced by FGF signaling and can cause chondrodysplasia when overexpressed

      DEVELOPMENT
    50. Irving, C; Mason, I
      Regeneration of isthmic tissue is the result of a specific and direct interaction between rhombomere 1 and midbrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    51. Ristoratore, F; Carl, M; Deschet, K; Richard-Parpaillon, L; Boujard, D; Wittbrodt, J; Chourrout, D; Bourrat, F; Joly, JS
      The midbrain-hindbrain boundary genetic cascade is activated ectopically in the diencephalon in response to the widespread expression of one of its components, the medaka gene Ol-eng2

      DEVELOPMENT
    52. 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
    53. Heisenberg, CP; Brennan, C; Wilson, SW
      Zebrafish aussicht mutant embryos exhibit widespread overexpression of ace(fgf8) and coincident defects in CNS development

      DEVELOPMENT
    54. Heymer, J; Ruther, U
      Syndactyly of Ftl plus mice correlates with an imbalance in Bmp4 and Fgf8 expression

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    55. Grapin-Botton, A; Cambronero, F; Weiner, HL; Bonnin, MA; Puelles, L; Le Douarin, NM
      Patterning signals acting in the spinal cord override the organizing activity of the isthmus

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    56. Xu, JS; Lawshe, A; MacArthur, CA; Ornitz, DM
      Genomic structure, mapping, activity and expression of fibroblast growth factor 17

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    57. Trumpp, A; Depew, MJ; Rubenstein, JLR; Bishop, JM; Martin, GR
      Cre-mediated gene inactivation demonstrates that FGF8 is required for cellsurvival and patterning of the first branchial arch

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    58. Sun, X; Meyers, EN; Lewandoski, M; Martin, GR
      Targeted disruption of Fgf8 causes failure of cell migration in the gastrulating mouse embryo

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    59. Sheng, HZ; Westphal, H
      Early steps in pituitary organogenesis

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    60. Kimura, N; Nakashima, K; Ueno, M; Kiyama, H; Taga, T
      A novel mammalian T-box-containing gene, Tbr2, expressed in mouse developing brain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    61. Broccoli, V; Boncinelli, E; Wurst, W
      The caudal limit of Otx2 expression positions the isthmic organizer

      NATURE
    62. Xu, XL; Li, CL; Takahashi, K; Slavkin, HC; Shum, L; Deng, CX
      Murine fibroblast growth factor receptor 1 alpha isoforms mediate node regression and are essential for posterior mesoderm development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    63. Funahashi, J; Okafuji, T; Ohuchi, H; Noji, S; Tanaka, H; Nakamura, H
      Role of Pax-5 in the regulation of a mid-hindbrain organizer's activity

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    64. DAPHNAIKEN D; SHANKAR DB; LAWSHE A; ORNITZ DM; SHACKLEFORD GM; MACARTHUR CA
      MMTV-FGF8 TRANSGENIC MICE DEVELOP MAMMARY AND SALIVARY-GLAND NEOPLASIA AND OVARIAN STROMAL HYPERPLASIA

      Oncogene
    65. RUDRAGANGULY N; ZHENG JP; HOANG AT; ROYBURMAN P
      DOWN-REGULATION OF HUMAN FGF8 ACTIVITY BY ANTISENSE CONSTRUCTS IN MURINE FIBROBLASTIC AND HUMAN PROSTATIC-CARCINOMA CELL SYSTEMS

      Oncogene
    66. XU XL; WEINSTEIN M; LI CL; NASKI M; COHEN RI; ORNITZ DM; LEDER P; DENG CX
      FIBROBLAST-GROWTH-FACTOR-RECEPTOR-2 (FGFR2)-MEDIATED RECIPROCAL REGULATION LOOP BETWEEN FGF8 AND FGF10 IS ESSENTIAL FOR LIMB INDUCTION

      Development
    67. REIFERS F; BOHLI H; WALSH EC; CROSSLEY PH; STAINIER DYR; BRAND M
      FGF8 IS MUTATED IN ZEBRAFISH ACEREBELLAR (ACE) MUTANTS AND IS REQUIRED FOR MAINTENANCE OF MIDBRAIN-HINDBRAIN BOUNDARY DEVELOPMENT AND SOMITOGENESIS

      Development
    68. GRIGORIOU M; TUCKER AS; SHARPE PT; PACHNIS V
      EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF LHX6 AND LHX7, A NOVEL SUBFAMILY OF LIM HOMEODOMAIN ENCODING GENES, SUGGESTS A ROLE IN MAMMALIAN HEAD DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    69. Takuma, N; Sheng, HZ; Furuta, Y; Ward, JM; Sharma, K; Hogan, BLM; Pfaff, SL; Westphal, H; Kimura, S; Mahon, KA
      Formation of Rathke's pouch requires dual induction from the diencephalon

      DEVELOPMENT
    70. MARUOKA Y; OHBAYASHI N; HOSHIKAWA M; ITOH N; HOGAN BLM; FURUTA Y
      COMPARISON OF THE EXPRESSION OF 3 HIGHLY RELATED GENES, FGF8, FGF17 AND FGF18, IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Mechanisms of development
    71. OHBAYASHI N; HOSHIKAWA M; KIMURA S; YAMASAKI M; FUKUI S; ITOH N
      STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF THE MESSENGER-RNA ENCODING A NOVEL FIBROBLAST-GROWTH-FACTOR, FGF-18

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. DARNELL DK; SCHOENWOLF GC
      VERTICAL INDUCTION OF ENGRAILED-2 AND OTHER REGION-SPECIFIC MARKERS IN THE EARLY CHICK-EMBRYO

      Developmental dynamics
    73. KAPOUN AM; SHACKLEFORD GM
      PREFERENTIAL ACTIVATION OF FGF8 BY PROVIRAL INSERTION IN MAMMARY-TUMORS OF WNT1 TRANSGENIC MICE

      Oncogene
    74. LEE SMK; DANIELIAN PS; FRITZSCH B; MCMAHON AP
      EVIDENCE THAT FGF8 SIGNALING FROM THE MIDBRAIN-HINDBRAIN JUNCTION REGULATES GROWTH AND POLARITY IN THE DEVELOPING MIDBRAIN

      Development
    75. ACAMPORA D; AVANTAGGIATO V; TUORTO F; SIMEONE A
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF BRAIN MORPHOGENESIS THROUGH OTX GENE DOSAGE REQUIREMENT

      Development
    76. OHUCHI H; NAKAGAWA T; YAMAMOTO A; ARAGA A; OHATA T; ISHIMARU Y; YOSHIOKA H; KUWANA T; NOHNO T; YAMASAKI M; ITOH N; NOJI S
      THE MESENCHYMAL FACTOR, FGF10, INITIATES AND MAINTAINS THE OUTGROWTH OF THE CHICK LIMB BUD THROUGH INTERACTION WITH FGF8, AN APICAL ECTODERMAL FACTOR

      Development
    77. SUDA Y; MATSUO I; AIZAWA S
      COOPERATION BETWEEN OTX1 AND OTX2 GENES IN DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNING OF ROSTRAL BRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    78. OHUCHI H; SHIBUSAWA M; NAKAGAWA T; OHATA T; YOSHIOKA H; HIRAI Y; NOHNO T; NOJI S; KONDO N
      CHICK WINGLESS MUTATION CAUSES ABNORMALITY IN MAINTENANCE OF FGF8 EXPRESSION IN THE WING APICAL RIDGE, RESULTING IN LOSS OF THE DORSOVENTRAL BOUNDARY

      Mechanisms of development
    79. YOSHIURA K; LEYSENS NJ; CHANG J; WARD D; MURRAY JC; MUENKE M
      GENOMIC STRUCTURE, SEQUENCE, AND MAPPING OF HUMAN FGF8 WITH NO EVIDENCE FOR ITS ROLE IN CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS LIMB DEFECT SYNDROMES

      American journal of medical genetics
    80. EMOTO H; TAGASHIRA S; MATTEI MG; YAMASAKI M; HASHIMOTO G; KATSUMATA T; NEGORO T; NAKATSUKA M; BIRNBAUM D; COULIER F; ITOH N
      STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION OF HUMAN FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR-10

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. GRIESHAMMER U; MINOWADA G; PISENTI JM; ABBOTT UK; MARTIN GR
      THE CHICK LIMBLESS MUTATION CAUSES ABNORMALITIES IN LIMB BUD DORSAL-VENTRAL PATTERNING - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MECHANISM OF APICAL RIDGE FORMATION

      Development
    82. CROSSLEY PH; MARTIN GR
      THE MOUSE FGF8 GENE ENCODES A FAMILY OF POLYPEPTIDES AND IS EXPRESSEDIN REGIONS THAT DIRECT OUTGROWTH AND PATTERNING IN THE DEVELOPING EMBRYO

      Development
    83. MACARTHUR CA; LAWSHE A; XU JS; SANTOSOCAMPO S; HEIKINHEIMO M; CHELLAIAH AT; ORNITZ DM
      FGF-8 ISOFORMS ACTIVATE RECEPTOR SPLICE FORMS THAT ARE EXPRESSED IN MESENCHYMAL REGIONS OF MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Development


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