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    1. Wurst, W; Bally-Cuif, L
      Neural plate patterning: Upstream and downstream of the isthmic organizer

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Ye, WL; Bouchard, M; Stone, D; Liu, XD; Vella, F; Lee, J; Nakamura, H; Ang, SL; Busslinger, M; Rosenthal, A
      Distinct regulators control the expression of the mid-hindbrain organizer signal FGF8

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Babb, SG; Barnett, J; Doedens, AL; Cobb, N; Liu, Q; Sorkin, BC; Yelick, PC; Raymond, PA; Marrs, JA
      Zebrafish E-cadherin: Expression during early embryogenesis and regulationduring brain development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    4. Nakamura, H; Funahashi, J
      Introduction of DNA into chick embryos by in ovo electroporation

      METHODS
    5. Pons, S; Trejo, JL; Martinez-Morales, JR; Marti, E
      Vitronectin regulates Sonic hedgehog activity during cerebellum development through CREB phosphorylation

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Liu, AM; Joyner, AL
      EN and GBX2 play essential roles downstream of FGF8 in patterning the mouse mid/hindbrain region

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Ishikawa, T; Tamai, Y; Zorn, AM; Yoshida, H; Seldin, MF; Nishikawa, S; Taketo, MM
      Mouse Wnt receptor gene Fzd5 is essential for yolk sac and placental angiogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    8. Al-Shawi, R; Ashton, SV; Underwood, C; Simons, JP
      Expression of the Ror1 and Ror2 receptor tyrosine kinase genes during mouse development

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    9. Wang, YS; Huso, D; Cahill, H; Ryugo, D; Nathans, J
      Progressive cerebellar, auditory, and esophageal dysfunction caused by targeted disruption of the frizzled-4 gene

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Galceran, J; Hsu, SC; Grosschedl, R
      Rescue of a Wnt mutation by an activated form of LEF-1: Regulation of maintenance but not initiation of Brachyury expression

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Adams, KA; Maida, JM; Golden, JA; Riddle, RD
      The transcription factor Lmx1b maintains Wnt1 expression within the isthmic organizer

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Chai, Y; Jiang, XB; Ito, Y; Bringas, P; Han, J; Rowitch, DH; Soriano, P; McMahon, AP; Sucov, HM
      Fate of the mammalian cranial neural crest during tooth and mandibular morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Galceran, J; Miyashita-Lin, EM; Devaney, E; Rubenstein, JLR; Grosschedl, R
      Hippocampus development and generation of dentate gyrus granule cells is regulated by LEF1

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Zhang, XM; Lin, E; Yang, XJ
      Sonic hedgehog-mediated ventralization disrupts formation of the midbrain-hindbrain junction in the chick embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Chou, AH; Zheng, S; Itsukaichi, T; Howard, BD
      Wnt-1 inhibits nerve growth factor-induced differentiation of PC12 cells by preventing the induction of some but not all late-response genes

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Pinson, KI; Brennan, J; Monkley, S; Avery, BJ; Skarnes, WC
      An LDL-receptor-related protein mediates Wnt signalling in mice

      NATURE
    17. 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
    18. Kitajima, K; Koshimizu, U; Nakamura, T
      Expression of a novel type of classic cadherin, PB-cadherin in developing brain and limb buds

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    19. Hynes, M; Rosenthal, A
      Specification of dopaminergic and serotonergic neurons in the vertebrate CNS

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    20. Kishida, M; Koyama, S; Kishida, S; Matsubara, K; Nakashima, S; Higano, K; Takada, R; Takada, S; Kikuchi, A
      Axin prevents Wnt-3a-induced accumulation of beta-catenin

      ONCOGENE
    21. 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
    22. Carl, M; Wittbrodt, J
      Graded interference with FGF signalling reveals its dorsoventral asymmetryat the mid-hindbrain boundary

      DEVELOPMENT
    23. Araki, I; Nakamura, H
      Engrailed defines the position of dorsal di-mesencephalic boundary by repressing diencephalic fate

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

      DEVELOPMENT
    25. Tian, Q; Nakayama, T; Dixon, MP; Christian, JL
      Post-transcriptional regulation of Xwnt-8 expression is required for normal myogenesis during vertebrate embryonic development

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Schwarz, M; Alvarez-Bolado, G; Dressler, G; Urbanek, P; Busslinger, M; Gruss, P
      Pax2/5 and Pax6 subdivide the early neural tube into three domains

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    27. Schneider, C; Wicht, H; Enderich, J; Wegner, M; Rohrer, H
      Bone morphogenetic proteins are required in vivo for the generation of sympathetic neurons

      NEURON
    28. Millen, KJ; Millonig, JH; Wingate, RJT; Alder, J; Hatten, ME
      Neurogenetics of the cerebellar system

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    29. Maria, BL; Quisling, RG; Rosainz, LC; Yachnis, AT; Gitten, J; Dede, D; Fennell, E
      Molar tooth sign in Joubert syndrome: Clinical, radiologic, and pathologicsignificance

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    30. Bhat, KM
      Segment polarity genes in neuroblast formation and identity specification during Drosophila neurogenesis

      BIOESSAYS
    31. Rowitch, DH; Kispert, A; McMahon, AP
      Pax-2 regulatory sequences that direct transgene expression in the developing neural plate and external granule cell layer of the cerebellum

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. Lee, KJ; Jessell, TM
      The specification of dorsal cell fates in the vertebrate central nervous system

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Lee, YJ; Swencki, B; Shoichet, S; Shivdasani, RA
      A possible role for the high mobility group box transcription factor Tcf-4in vertebrate gut epithelial cell differentiation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    34. Uusitalo, M; Heikkila, M; Vainio, S
      Molecular genetic studies of Wnt signaling in the mouse

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    35. Duplaa, C; Jaspard, B; Moreau, C; D'Amore, PA
      Identification and cloning of a secreted protein related to the cysteine-rich domain of frizzled - Evidence for a role in endothelial cell growth control

      CIRCULATION RESEARCH
    36. HOANG BH; THOMAS JT; ABDULKARIM FW; CORREIA KM; CONLON RA; LUYTEN FP; BALLOCK RT
      EXPRESSION PATTERN OF 2 FRIZZLED-RELATED GENES, FRZB-1 AND SFRP-1, DURING MOUSE EMBRYOGENESIS SUGGESTS A ROLE FOR MODULATING ACTION OF WNT FAMILY MEMBERS

      Developmental dynamics
    37. Lescher, B; Haenig, B; Kispert, A
      sFRP-2 is a target of the Wnt-4 signaling pathway in the developing metanephric kidney

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    38. LOUREIRO J; PEIFER M
      ROLES OF ARMADILLO, A DROSOPHILA CATENIN, DURING CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

      Current biology
    39. MAKITA R; MIZUNO T; KOSHIDA S; KUROIWA A; TAKEDA H
      ZEBRAFISH WNT11 - PATTERN AND REGULATION OF THE EXPRESSION BY THE YOLK CELL AND NO TAIL ACTIVITY

      Mechanisms of development
    40. SHI DL; GOISSET C; BOUCAUT JC
      EXPRESSION OF XFZ3, A XENOPUS FRIZZLED FAMILY MEMBER, IS RESTRICTED TO THE EARLY NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    41. Panchision, DM; Martin-DeLeon, PA; Takeshima, T; Johnston, JM; Shimoda, K; Tsoulfas, P; McKay, RDG; Commissiong, JW
      An immortalized, type-1 astrocyte of mesencephalic origin source of a dopaminergic neurotrophic factor

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    42. LEE KJ; MENDELSOHN M; JESSELL TM
      NEURONAL PATTERNING BY BMPS - A REQUIREMENT FOR GDF7 IN THE GENERATION OF A DISCRETE CLASS OF COMMISSURAL INTERNEURONS IN THE MOUSE SPINAL-CORD

      Genes & development
    43. FERKOWICZ MJ; STANDER MC; RAFF RA
      PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF 3 SEA-URCHIN WNT GENES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    44. KORINEK V; BARKER N; WILLERT K; MOLENAAR M; ROOSE J; WAGENAAR G; MARKMAN M; LAMERS W; DESTREE O; CLEVERS H
      2 MEMBERS OF THE TCF FAMILY IMPLICATED IN WNT BETA-CATENIN SIGNALING DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IN THE MOUSE/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. ARUGA J; MINOWA O; YAGINUMA H; KUNO J; NAGAI T; NODA T; MIKOSHIBA K
      MOUSE ZIC1 IS INVOLVED IN CEREBELLAR DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    46. CHEN HX; OVCHINNIKOV D; PRESSMAN CL; AULEHLA A; LUN Y; JOHNSON RL
      MULTIPLE CALVARIAL DEFECTS IN LMX1B MUTANT MICE

      Developmental genetics
    47. EISENMAN LM; BROTHERS R
      ROSTRAL CEREBELLAR MALFORMATION (RCM RCM) - A MURINE MUTANT TO STUDY REGIONALIZATION OF THE CEREBELLUM/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    48. MCANDREW PE; FROSTHOLM A; EVANS JE; ZDILAR D; GOLDOWITZ D; CHIU IM; BURGHES AHM; ROTTER A
      NOVEL RECEPTOR PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE (RPTP-RHO) AND ACIDIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR (FGF-1) TRANSCRIPTS DELINEATE A ROSTROCAUDAL BOUNDARY IN THE GRANULE CELL LAYER OF THE MURINE CEREBELLAR CORTEX

      Journal of comparative neurology
    49. VANDERHEYDEN MAG; ROOK MB; HERMANS MMP; RIJKSEN G; BOONSTRA J; DEFIZE LHK; DESTREE OHJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF CONNEXIN43 AS A FUNCTIONAL TARGET FOR WNT SIGNALING

      Journal of Cell Science
    50. de Graaf, M; Zivkovic, D; Joore, J
      Hormone-inducible expression of secreted factors in zebrafish embryos

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    51. VANDENBERG DJ; SHARMA AK; BRUNO E; HOFFMAN R
      ROLE OF MEMBERS OF THE WNT GENE FAMILY IN HUMAN HEMATOPOIESIS

      Blood
    52. WANG YK; SAMOS CH; PEOPLES R; PEREZJURADO LA; NUSSE R; FRANCKE U
      A NOVEL HUMAN HOMOLOG OF THE DROSOPHILA FRIZZLED WNT RECEPTOR GENE BINDS WINGLESS PROTEIN AND IS IN THE WILLIAMS-SYNDROME DELETION AT 7Q11.23

      Human molecular genetics
    53. HATTEN ME; ALDER J; ZIMMERMAN K; HEINTZ N
      GENES INVOLVED IN CEREBELLAR CELL SPECIFICATION AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    54. WEHR R; MANSOURI A; DEMAEYER T; GRUSS P
      FKH5-DEFICIENT MICE SHOW DYSGENESIS IN THE CAUDAL MIDBRAIN AND HYPOTHALAMIC MAMMILLARY BODY

      Development
    55. FAGOTTO F; GUGER K; GUMBINER BM
      INDUCTION OF THE PRIMARY DORSALIZING CENTER IN XENOPUS BY THE WNT GSK/BETA-CATENIN SIGNALING PATHWAY, BUT NOT BY VG1, ACTIVIN OR NOGGIN/

      Development
    56. WASSARMAN KM; LEWANDOSKI M; CAMPBELL K; JOYNER AL; RUBENSTEIN JLR; MARTINEZ S; MARTIN GR
      SPECIFICATION OF THE ANTERIOR HINDBRAIN AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A NORMALMID HINDBRAIN ORGANIZER IS DEPENDENT ON GBX2 GENE-FUNCTION/

      Development
    57. BINARI RC; STAVELEY BE; JOHNSON WA; GODAVARTI R; SASISEKHARAN R; MANOUKIAN AS
      GENETIC-EVIDENCE THAT HEPARIN-LIKE GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS ARE INVOLVED INWINGLESS SIGNALING

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

      Mechanisms of development
    59. LANDESMAN Y; SOKOL SY
      XWNT-2B IS A NOVEL AXIS-INDUCING XENOPUS WNT, WHICH IS EXPRESSED IN EMBRYONIC BRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    60. KIKUCHI Y; SEGAWA H; TOKUMOTO M; TSUBOKAWA T; HOTTA Y; UYEMURA K; OKAMOTO H
      OCULAR AND CEREBELLAR DEFECTS IN ZEBRAFISH INDUCED BY OVEREXPRESSION OF THE LIM DOMAINS OF THE ISLET-3 LIM HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN/

      Neuron
    61. SEMENOV MV; SNYDER M
      HUMAN DISHEVELLED GENES CONSTITUTE A DHR-CONTAINING MULTIGENE FAMILY

      Genomics
    62. RESIBOIS A; CUVELIER L; GOFFINET AM
      ABNORMALITIES IN THE CEREBELLUM AND BRAIN-STEM IN HOMOZYGOUS LURCHER MICE

      Neuroscience
    63. SADLER TW
      MOUSE EMBRYOS IN CULTURE - MODELS FOR UNDERSTANDING DIABETES-INDUCED EMBRYOPATHIES AND GENE-FUNCTION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    64. VALCANIS H; KACHAB E; HARALAMBIDIS J; BECK F
      THE EFFECT OF ANTISENSE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES TO CDX2 ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOUSE EMBRYOS IN-VITRO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    65. IKEYA M; LEE SMK; JOHNSON JE; MCMAHON AP; TAKADA S
      WNT SIGNALING REQUIRED FOR EXPANSION OF NEURAL CREST AND CNS PROGENITORS

      Nature
    66. SCHWARZ M; ALVAREZBOLADO G; URBANEK P; BUSSLINGER M; GRUSS P
      CONSERVED BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION BETWEEN PAX-2 AND PAX-5 IN MIDBRAIN ANDCEREBELLUM DEVELOPMENT - EVIDENCE FROM TARGETED MUTATIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    67. URBANEK P; FETKA I; MEISLER MH; BUSSLINGER M
      COOPERATION OF PAX2 AND PAX5 IN MIDBRAIN AND CEREBELLUM DEVELOPMENT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. YANAGAWA SI; LEE JS; HARUNA T; ODA H; UEMURA T; TAKEICHI M; ISHIMOTO A
      ACCUMULATION OF ARMADILLO INDUCED BY WINGLESS, DISHEVELLED, AND DOMINANT-NEGATIVE ZESTE-WHITE-3 LEADS TO ELEVATED DE-CADHERIN IN DROSOPHILACLONE-8 WING DISC CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. AUSTIN TW; SOLAR GP; ZIEGLER FC; LIEM L; MATTHEWS W
      A ROLE FOR THE WNT GENE FAMILY IN HEMATOPOIESIS - EXPANSION OF MULTILINEAGE PROGENITOR CELLS

      Blood
    70. STEITZ SA; TSANG M; SUSSMAN DJ
      WNT-MEDIATED RELOCALIZATION OF DISHEVELLED PROTEINS

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    71. TSANG M; LIJAM N; YANG YS; BEIER DR; WYNSHAWBORIS A; SUSSMAN DJ
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MOUSE DISHEVELLED-3

      Developmental dynamics
    72. WANG JW; SHACKLEFORD GM
      MURINE WNT10A AND WNT10B - CLONING AND EXPRESSION IN DEVELOPING LIMBS, FACE AND SKIN OF EMBRYOS AND IN ADULTS

      Oncogene
    73. ZHENG S; RAMACHANDRAN B; HAIGH JR; PALOS TP; STEGER K; HOWARD BD
      THE INDUCTION OF RET BY WNT-1 IN PC12 CELLS IS ATYPICALLY DEPENDENT ON CONTINUAL WNT-1 EXPRESSION

      Oncogene
    74. DRIEVER W; SOLNICAKREZEL L; SCHIER AF; NEUHAUSS SCF; MALICKI J; STEMPLE DL; STAINIER DYR; ZWARTKRUIS F; ABDELILAH S; RANGINI Z; BELAK J; BOGGS C
      A GENETIC SCREEN FOR MUTATIONS AFFECTING EMBRYOGENESIS IN ZEBRAFISH

      Development
    75. SCHIER AF; NEUHAUSS SCF; HARVEY M; MALICKI J; SOLNICAKREZEL L; STAINIER DYR; ZWARTKRUIS F; ABDELILAH S; STEMPLE DL; RANGINI Z; YANG H; DRIEVER W
      MUTATIONS AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EMBRYONIC ZEBRAFISH BRAIN

      Development
    76. SONG DL; CHALEPAKIS G; GRUSS P; JOYNER AL
      2 PAX-BINDING SITES ARE REQUIRED FOR EARLY EMBRYONIC BRAIN EXPRESSIONOF AN ENGRAILED-2 TRANSGENE

      Development
    77. MILLET S; BLOCHGALLEGO E; SIMEONE A; ALVARADOMALLART RM
      THE CAUDAL LIMIT OF OTX2 GENE-EXPRESSION AS A MARKER OF THE MIDBRAIN HINDBRAIN BOUNDARY - A STUDY USING IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND CHICK/QUAIL HOMOTOPIC GRAFTS/

      Development
    78. VONBUBNOFF A; SCHMIDT JE; KIMELMAN D
      THE XENOPUS-LAEVIS HOMEOBOX GENE XGBX-2 IS AN EARLY MARKER OF ANTEROPOSTERIOR PATTERNING IN THE ECTODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    79. MILLER JR; MOON RT
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION THROUGH BETA-CATENIN AND SPECIFICATION OF CELL FATE DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    80. YANG YS; LIJAM N; SUSSMAN DJ; TSANG M
      GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF MOUSE DISHEVELLED GENES

      Gene
    81. ARUGA J; YOZU A; HAYASHIZAKI Y; OKAZAKI Y; CHAPMAN VM; MIKOSHIBA K
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ZIC4, A NEW MEMBER OF THE MOUSE ZIC GENE FAMILY

      Gene
    82. BARASCH J; PRESSLER L; CONNOR J; MALIK A
      A URETERAL BUD CELL-LINE INDUCES NEPHROGENESIS IN 2 STEPS BY 2 DISTINCT SIGNALS

      American journal of physiology. Renal, fluid and electrolyte physiology
    83. JOYNER AL
      ENGRAILED, WNT AND PAX GENES REGULATE MIDBRAIN HINDBRAIN DEVELOPMENT

      Trends in genetics
    84. DANIELIAN PS; MCMAHON AP
      ENGRAILED-1 AS A TARGET OF THE WNT-1 SIGNALING PATHWAY IN VERTEBRATE MIDBRAIN DEVELOPMENT

      Nature
    85. CROSSLEY PH; MARTINEZ S; MARTIN GR
      MIDBRAIN DEVELOPMENT INDUCED BY FGF8 IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      Nature
    86. MASTICK GS; FAN CM; TESSIERLAVIGNE M; SERBEDZIJA GN; MCMAHON AP; EASTER SS
      EARLY DELETION OF NEUROMERES IN WNT-1(- -) MUTANT MICE - EVALUATION BY MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR MARKERS/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    87. HAMRE KM; GOLDOWITZ D
      ANALYSIS OF GENE-ACTION IN THE MEANDER TAIL MUTANT MOUSE - EXAMINATION OF CEREBELLAR PHENOTYPE AND MITOTIC-ACTIVITY OF GRANULE CELL NEUROBLASTS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    88. AVANTAGGIATO V; ACAMPORA D; TUORTO F; SIMEONE A
      RETINOIC ACID INDUCES STAGE-SPECIFIC REPATTERNING OF THE ROSTRAL CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Developmental biology
    89. YOKOTA N; ARUGA J; TAKAI S; YAMADA K; HAMAZAKI M; IWASE T; SUGIMURA H; MIKOSHIBA K
      PREDOMINANT EXPRESSION OF HUMAN ZIC IN CEREBELLAR GRANULE CELL LINEAGE AND MEDULLOBLASTOMA

      Cancer research
    90. BOUILLET P; CHAZAUD C; OULADABDELGHANI M; DOLLE P; CHAMBON P
      SEQUENCE AND EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE STRA7 (GBX-2) HOMEOBOX-CONTAINING GENE INDUCED BY RETINOIC ACID IN P19 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Developmental dynamics
    91. LIJAM N; SUSSMAN DJ
      ORGANIZATION AND PROMOTER ANALYSIS OF THE MOUSE DISHEVELLED-1 GENE

      PCR methods and applications
    92. BRANDON EP; IDZERDA RL; MCKNIGHT GS
      KNOCKOUTS - TARGETING THE MOUSE GENOME - A COMPENDIUM OF KNOCKOUTS .3.

      Current biology
    93. BALLYCUIF L; WASSEF M
      DETERMINATION EVENTS IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF THE VERTEBRATE EMBRYO

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    94. AVANTAGGIATO V; TORINO A; WONG WT; DIFIORE PP; SIMEONE A
      EXPRESSION OF THE RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE SUBSTRATE GENES EPS8 AND EPS15 DURING MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Oncogene
    95. TREISMAN JE; RUBIN GM
      WINGLESS INHIBITS MORPHOGENETIC FURROW MOVEMENT IN THE DROSOPHILA EYEDISC

      Development
    96. STERN HM; BROWN AMC; HAUSCHKA SD
      MYOGENESIS IN PARAXIAL MESODERM - PREFERENTIAL INDUCTION BY DORSAL NEURAL-TUBE AND BY CELLS EXPRESSING WNT-1

      Development
    97. RUDEN DM; JACKLE H
      MITOTIC DELAY DEPENDENT SURVIVAL IDENTIFIES COMPONENTS OF CELL-CYCLE CONTROL IN THE DROSOPHILA BLASTODERM

      Development
    98. GRABA Y; GIESELER K; ARAGNOL D; LAURENTI P; MARIOL MC; BERENGER H; SAGNIER T; PRADEL J
      DWNT-4, A NOVEL DROSOPHILA WNT GENE ACTS DOWNSTREAM OF HOMEOTIC COMPLEX GENES IN THE VISCERAL MESODERM

      Development
    99. MARTINEZ S; MARIN F; NIETO MA; PUELLES L
      INDUCTION OF ECTOPIC ENGRAILED EXPRESSION AND FATE CHANGE IN AVIAN RHOMBOMERES - INTERSEGMENTAL BOUNDARIES AS BARRIERS

      Mechanisms of development
    100. DU SJ; PURCELL SM; CHRISTIAN JL; MCGREW LL; MOON RT
      IDENTIFICATION OF DISTINCT CLASSES AND FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS OF WNTS THROUGH EXPRESSION OF WILD-TYPE AND CHIMERIC PROTEINS IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Molecular and cellular biology


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