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    1. Hughes, SM
      Muscle development: Reversal of the differentiated state

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    2. Daury, L; Busson, M; Tourkine, N; Casas, F; Cassar-Malek, I; Wrutniak-Cabello, C; Castellazzi, M; Cabello, G
      Opposing functions of ATF2 and Fos-like transcription factors in e-Jun-mediated myogenin expression and terminal differentiation of avian myoblasts

      ONCOGENE
    3. Kruger, M; Mennerich, D; Fees, S; Schafer, R; Mundlos, S; Braun, T
      Sonic hedgehog is a survival factor for hypaxial muscles during mouse development

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Wang, DZ; Valdez, MR; McAnally, J; Richardson, J; Olson, EN
      The Mef2c gene is a direct transcriptional target of myogenic bHLH and MEF2 proteins during skeletal muscle development

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Carvajal, JJ; Cox, D; Summerbell, D; Rigby, PWJ
      A BAC transgenic analysis of the Mrf4/Myf5 locus reveals interdigitated elements that control activation and maintenance of gene expression during muscle development

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Cauthen, CA; Berdougo, E; Sandler, J; Burrus, LW
      Comparative analysis of the expression patterns of Wnts and Frizzleds during early myogenesis in chick embryos

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    7. Guettier-Sigrist, S; Coupin, G; Braun, S; Rogovitz, D; Courdier, I; Warter, JM; Poindron, P
      On the possible role of muscle in the pathogenesis of spinal muscular atrophy

      FUNDAMENTAL & CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    8. Asakura, A; Komaki, M; Rudnicki, MA
      Muscle satellite cells are multipotential stem cells that exhibit myogenic, osteogenic, and adipogenic differentiation

      DIFFERENTIATION
    9. Bergstrom, DA; Tapscott, SJ
      Molecular distinction between specification and differentiation in the myogenic basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor family

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Mei, WY; Yang, J; Tao, QH; Geng, X; Rupp, RAW; Ding, XY
      An interferon regulatory factor-like binding element restricts Xmyf-5 expression in the posterior somites during Xenopus myogenesis

      FEBS LETTERS
    11. Kiefer, JC; Hauschka, SD
      Myf-5 is transiently expressed in nonmuscle mesoderm and exhibits dynamic regional changes within the presegmented mesoderm and somites I-IV

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Myer, A; Olson, EN; Klein, WH
      MyoD cannot compensate for the absence of myogenin during skeletal muscle differentiation in murine embryonic stem cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Williams, RS; Wagner, PD
      Transgenic animals in integrative biology: approaches and interpretations of outcome

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Zhao, WF; Dhoot, GK
      Skeletal muscle precursors in mouse esophagus are determined during early fetal development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    15. Kablar, B; Tajbakhsh, S; Rudnicki, MA
      Transdifferentiation of esophageal smooth to skeletal muscle is myogenic bHLH factor-dependent

      DEVELOPMENT
    16. Williams, BA; Ordahl, CP
      Fate restriction in limb muscle precursor cells precedes high-level expression of MyoD family member genes

      DEVELOPMENT
    17. Kostrominova, TY; Macpherson, PCD; Carlson, BM; Goldman, D
      Regulation of myogenin protein expression in denervated muscles from youngand old rats

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Dalrymple, KR; Prigozy, TI; Shuler, CF
      Embryonic, fetal, and neonatal tongue myoblasts exhibit molecular heterogeneity in vitro

      DIFFERENTIATION
    19. Montarras, D; Lindon, C; Pinset, C; Domeyne, P
      Cultured myf5 null and myoD null muscle precursor cells display distinct growth defects

      BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    20. Walters, EH; Stickland, NC; Loughna, PT
      The expression of the myogenic regulatory factors in denervated and normalmuscles of different phenotypes

      JOURNAL OF MUSCLE RESEARCH AND CELL MOTILITY
    21. Arnold, HH; Braun, T
      Genetics of muscle determination and development

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 48
    22. White, JD; Scaffidi, A; Davies, M; McGeachie, J; Rudnicki, MA; Grounds, MD
      Myotube formation is delayed but not prevented in MyoD-deficient skeletal muscle: Studies in regenerating whole muscle grafts of adult mice

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    23. Uchiyama, K; Ishikawa, A; Hanaoka, K
      Expression of Lbx1 involved in the hypaxial musculature formation of the mouse embryo

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    24. Thomas, M; Langley, B; Berry, C; Sharma, M; Kirk, S; Bass, J; Kambadur, R
      Myostatin, a negative regulator of muscle growth, functions by inhibiting myoblast proliferation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    25. Fraidenraich, D; Iwahori, A; Rudnicki, M; Basilico, C
      Activation of Fgf4 gene expression in the myotomes is regulated by myogenic bHLH factors and by sonic hedgehog

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    26. Cornelison, DDW; Olwin, BB; Rudnicki, MA; Wold, BJ
      MyoD(-/-) satellite cells in single-fiber culture are differentiation defective and MRF4 deficient

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. Vivian, JL; Olson, EN; Klein, WH
      Thoracic skeletal defects in myogenin- and MRF4-deficient mice correlate with early defects in myotome and intercostal musculature

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    28. Seale, P; Rudnicki, MA
      A new look at the origin, function, and "stem-cell" status of muscle satellite cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. Yamane, A; Mayo, M; Shuler, C; Crowe, D; Oknuki, Y; Dalrymple, K; Saeki, Y
      Expression of myogenic regulatory factors during the development of mouse tongue striated muscle

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    30. Jin, Y; Murakami, N; Saito, Y; Goto, Y; Koishi, K; Nonaka, I
      Expression of MyoD and myogenin in dystrophic mice, mdx and dy, during regeneration

      ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA
    31. Venters, SJ; Thorsteinsdottir, S; Duxson, MJ
      Early development of the myotome in the mouse

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    32. Borycki, AG; Li, J; Jin, FZ; Emerson, CP; Epstein, JA
      Pax3 functions in cell survival and in pax7 regulation

      DEVELOPMENT
    33. Wilson-Rawls, J; Hurt, CR; Parsons, SM; Rawls, A
      Differential regulation of epaxial and hypaxial muscle development by Paraxis

      DEVELOPMENT
    34. Cinnamon, Y; Kahane, N; Kalcheim, C
      Characterization of the early development of specific hypaxial muscles from the ventrolateral myotome

      DEVELOPMENT
    35. Marom, K; Fainsod, A; Steinbeisser, H
      Patterning of the mesoderm involves several threshold responses to BMP-4 and Xwnt-8

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    36. Musaro, A; Rosenthal, N
      Transgenic mouse models of muscle aging

      EXPERIMENTAL GERONTOLOGY
    37. Chen, JCJ; Goldhamer, DJ
      Transcriptional mechanisms regulating MyoD expression in the mouse

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    38. Cossu, G; Borello, U
      Wnt signaling and the activation of myogenesis in mammals

      EMBO JOURNAL
    39. Dalrymple, KR; Prigozy, TI; Mayo, M; Kedes, L; Shuler, CF
      Murine tongue muscle displays a distinct developmental profile of MRF and contractile gene expression

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. Zhang, L; Yoshimura, Y; Hatta, T; Otani, H
      Myogenic determination and differentiation of the mouse palatal muscle in relation to the developing mandibular nerve

      JOURNAL OF DENTAL RESEARCH
    41. Vivian, JL; Gan, L; Olson, EN; Klein, WH
      A hypomorphic myogenin allele reveals distinct myogenin expression levels required for viability, skeletal muscle development, and sternum formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    42. Kablar, B; Rudnicki, MA
      Development in the absence of skeletal muscle results in the sequential ablation of motor neurons from the spinal cord to the brain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    43. Sohal, GS; Ali, MM; Ali, AA; Dai, D
      Ventrally emigrating neural tube cells differentiate into heart muscle

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. SIEBER M; ALLEMANN RK
      ARGININE (348) IS A MAJOR DETERMINANT OF THE DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR E12

      Biological chemistry
    45. HENNEKAM RCM; GOLDSCHMEDING R
      COMPLETE ABSENCE OF RIB OSSIFICATION, MICROGNATHIA AND EAR ANOMALIES - EXTREME EXPRESSION OF CEREBRO-COSTO-MANDIBULAR SYNDROME

      European journal of human genetics
    46. RAWLS A; VALDEZ MR; ZHANG W; RICHARDSON J; KLEIN WH; OLSON EN
      OVERLAPPING FUNCTIONS OF THE MYOGENIC BHLH GENES MRF4 AND MYOD REVEALED IN DOUBLE MUTANT MICE

      Development
    47. HARFE BD; BRANDA CS; KRAUSE M; STERN MJ; FIRE A
      MYOD AND THE SPECIFICATION OF MUSCLE AND NONMUSCLE FATES DURING POSTEMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE C-ELEGANS MESODERM

      Development
    48. MENNERICH D; SCHAFER K; BRAUN T
      PAX-3 IS NECESSARY BUT NOT SUFFICIENT FOR LBX1 EXPRESSION IN MYOGENICPRECURSOR CELLS OF THE LIMB

      Mechanisms of development
    49. Kablar, B; Asakura, A; Krastel, K; Ying, CY; May, LL; Goldhamer, DJ; Rudnicki, MA
      MyoD and Myf-5 define the specification of musculature of distinct embryonic origin

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    50. NICOLAS N; MIRA JC; GALLIEN CL; CHANOINE C
      LOCALIZATION OF MYF-5, MRF4 AND ALPHA-CARDIAC ACTIN MESSENGER-RNAS INREGENERATING XENOPUS SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des Sciences. Serie III, Sciences de lavie
    51. ORDAHL CP; WILLIAMS BA
      KNOWING CHOPS FROM CHUCK - ROASTING MYOD REDUNDANCY

      BioEssays
    52. SPITZ F; DEMIGNON J; PORTEU A; KAHN A; CONCORDET JP; DAEGELEN D; MAIRE P
      EXPRESSION OF MYOGENIN DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IS CONTROLLED BY SIX SINEOCULIS HOMEOPROTEINS THROUGH A CONSERVED MEF3 BINDING-SITE/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    53. KOBIYAMA A; NIHEI Y; HIRAYAMA Y; KIKUCHI K; SUETAKE H; JOHNSTON IA; WATABE S
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF THE MYOD AND MEF2 FAMILIES OF MUSCLE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN THE CARP

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    54. YOSHIDA N; YOSHIDA S; KOISHI K; MASUDA K; NABESHIMA Y
      CELL HETEROGENEITY UPON MYOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION - DOWN-REGULATION OFMYOD AND MYF-5 GENERATES RESERVE CELLS

      Journal of Cell Science
    55. KITZMANN M; CARNAC G; VANDROMME M; PRIMIG M; LAMB NJC; FERNANDEZ A
      THE MUSCLE REGULATORY FACTORS MYOD AND MYF-5 UNDERGO DISTINCT CELL CYCLE-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION IN MUSCLE-CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    56. ASAKURA A; TAPSCOTT SJ
      APOPTOSIS OF EPAXIAL MYOTOME IN DANFORTHS SHORT-TAIL (SD) MICE IN SOMITES THAT FORM FOLLOWING NOTOCHORD DEGENERATION

      Developmental biology (Print)
    57. KELLER CA; GRILL MA; ABMAYR SM
      A ROLE FOR NAUTILUS IN THE DIFFERENTIATION OF MUSCLE PRECURSORS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    58. YAMANE A; TAKAHASHI K; MAYO M; VO H; SHUM L; ZEICHNERDAVID M; SLAVKIN HC
      INDUCED EXPRESSION OF MYOD, MYOGENIN AND DESMIN DURING MYOBLAST DIFFERENTIATION IN EMBRYONIC MOUSE TONGUE DEVELOPMENT

      Archives of oral biology
    59. BUCKINGHAM M; KELLY R; TAJBAKHSH S; ZAMMIT P
      THE FORMATION AND MATURATION OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE IN THE MOUSE - THE MYOSIN MLC1F 3F GENE AS A MOLECULAR-MODEL/

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    60. WINTER B; KAUTZNER I; ISSINGER OG; ARNOLD HH
      2 PUTATIVE PROTEIN-KINASE CK2 PHOSPHORYLATION SITES ARE IMPORTANT FORMYF-5 ACTIVITY

      Biological chemistry
    61. GEORGIADES P; BRICKELL PM
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE RAT RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR GAMMA-GENE DURING SKELETAL-MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION SUGGESTS A ROLE IN MYOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    62. PIN CL; LUDOLPH DC; COOPER ST; KLOCKE BJ; MERLIE JP; KONIECZNY SF
      DISTAL REGULATORY ELEMENTS CONTROL MRF4 GENE-EXPRESSION IN EARLY AND LATE MYOGENIC CELL-POPULATIONS

      Developmental dynamics
    63. BENJAMIN IJ; SHELTON J; GARRY DJ; RICHARDSON JA
      TEMPOROSPATIAL EXPRESSION OF THE SMALL HSP ALPHA-B-CRYSTALLIN IN CARDIAC AND SKELETAL-MUSCLE DURING MOUSE DEVELOPMENT/

      Developmental dynamics
    64. BORYCKI AG; EMERSON CP
      MUSCLE DETERMINATION - ANOTHER KEY PLAYER IN MYOGENESIS

      Current biology
    65. WILLIAMS BA; ORDAHL CP
      EMERGENCE OF DETERMINED MYOTOME PRECURSOR CELLS IN THE SOMITE

      Development
    66. KABLAR B; KRASTEL K; YING CY; ASAKURA A; TAPSCOTT SJ; RUDNICKI MA
      MYOD AND MYF-5 DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIMB VERSUSTRUNK SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Development
    67. HUGHES SM; KOISHI K; RUDNICKI M; MAGGS AM
      MYOD PROTEIN IS DIFFERENTIALLY ACCUMULATED IN FAST AND SLOW SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBERS AND REQUIRED FOR NORMAL FIBER-TYPE BALANCE IN RODENTS

      Mechanisms of development
    68. FLOSS T; ARNOLD HH; BRAUN T
      A ROLE FOR FGF-6 IN SKELETAL-MUSCLE REGENERATION

      Genes & development
    69. SU GH; CHEN HM; MUTHUSAMY N; GARRETTSINHA LA; BAUNOCH D; TENEN DG; SIMON MC
      DEFECTIVE B-CELL RECEPTOR-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN MICE LACKING THE ETS PROTEIN, SPI-B

      EMBO journal
    70. ORNATSKY OI; ANDREUCCI JJ; MCDERMOTT JC
      A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE FORM OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MEF2 INHIBITS MYOGENESIS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. KRAUS B; PETTE D
      QUANTIFICATION OF MYOD, MYOGENIN, MRF4 AND ID-1 BY REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION IN RAT MUSCLES - EFFECTS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM AND CHRONIC LOW-FREQUENCY STIMULATION

      European journal of biochemistry
    72. CORNELISON DDW; WOLD BJ
      SINGLE-CELL ANALYSIS OF REGULATORY GENE-EXPRESSION IN QUIESCENT AND ACTIVATED MOUSE SKELETAL-MUSCLE SATELLITE CELLS

      Developmental biology
    73. CAPLAN AI; ELYADERANI M; MOCHIZUKI Y; WAKITANI S; GOLDBERG VM
      PRINCIPLES OF CARTILAGE REPAIR AND REGENERATION

      Clinical orthopaedics and related research
    74. MASERUKA H; BONSHEK RE; TULLO AB
      TENASCIN-C EXPRESSION IN NORMAL, INFLAMED, AND SCARRED HUMAN CORNEAS

      British journal of ophthalmology
    75. TAJBAKHSH S; BOBER E; BABINET C; POURNIN S; ARNOLD H; BUCKINGHAM M
      GENE TARGETING THE MYF-5 LOCUS WITH NLACZ REVEALS EXPRESSION OF THIS MYOGENIC FACTOR IN MATURE SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBERS AS WELL AS EARLY EMBRYONIC MUSCLE

      Developmental dynamics
    76. THULASI R; DIAS P; HOUGHTON PJ; HOUGHTON JA
      ALPHA-2A-INTERFERON-INDUCED DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN ALVEOLAR RHABDOMYOSARCOMA CELLS - CORRELATION WITH DOWN-REGULATION OF THE INSULIN-LIKEGROWTH-FACTOR TYPE-I RECEPTOR

      Cell growth & differentiation
    77. YANG XM; VOGAN K; GROS P; PARK M
      EXPRESSION OF THE MET RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE IN MUSCLE PROGENITOR CELLS IN SOMITES AND LIMBS IS ABSENT IN SPLOTCH MICE

      Development
    78. COSSU G; KELLY R; TAJBAKHSH S; DIDONNA S; VIVARELLI E; BUCKINGHAM M
      ACTIVATION OF DIFFERENT MYOGENIC PATHWAYS - MYF-5 IS INDUCED BY THE NEURAL-TUBE AND MYOD BY THE DORSAL ECTODERM IN MOUSE PARAXIAL MESODERM

      Development
    79. GRASS S; ARNOLD HH; BRAUN T
      ALTERATIONS IN SOMITE PATTERNING OF MYF-5-DEFICIENT MICE - A POSSIBLEROLE FOR FGF-4 AND FGF-6

      Development
    80. WEINBERG ES; ALLENDE ML; KELLY CS; ABDELHAMID A; MURAKAMI T; ANDERMANN P; DOERRE OG; GRUNWALD DJ; RIGGLEMAN B
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF ZEBRAFISH MYOD IN WILD-TYPE, NO TAIL AND SPADETAIL EMBRYOS

      Development
    81. MEGENEY LA; KABLAR B; GARRETT K; ANDERSON JE; RUDNICKI MA
      MYOD IS REQUIRED FOR MYOGENIC STEM-CELL FUNCTION IN ADULT SKELETAL-MUSCLE

      Genes & development
    82. LAGORD C; LEIBOVITCH MP; CARPENTIER G; LEIBOVITCH SA; MARTELLY I
      THE KINASE INHIBITOR ISO-H7 STIMULATES RAT SATELLITE CELL-DIFFERENTIATION THROUGH A NONPROTEIN KINASE-C PATHWAY BY INCREASING MYOGENIN EXPRESSION LEVEL

      Cell biology and toxicology
    83. ARAKI I; TERAZAWA K; SATOH N
      DUPLICATION OF AN AMPHIOXUS MYOGENIC BHLH GENE IS INDEPENDENT OF VERTEBRATE MYOGENIC BHLH GENE DUPLICATION

      Gene
    84. BUCKINGHAM M
      SKELETAL-MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT AND THE ROLE OF THE MYOGENIC REGULATORY FACTORS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    85. BRAUN T; ARNOLD HH
      MYF-5 AND MYOD GENES ARE ACTIVATED IN DISTINCT MESENCHYMAL STEM-CELLSAND DETERMINE DIFFERENT SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELL LINEAGES

      EMBO journal
    86. ARNOLD HH; BRAUN T
      TARGETED INACTIVATION OF MYOGENIC FACTOR GENES REVEALS THEIR ROLE DURING MOUSE MYOGENESIS - A REVIEW

      The International journal of developmental biology
    87. WRIGHT WE; DACKORYTKO IA; FARMER K
      MONOCLONAL ANTIMYOGENIN ANTIBODIES DEFINE EPITOPES OUTSIDE THE BHLH DOMAIN WHERE BINDING INTERFERES WITH PROTEIN-PROTEIN AND PROTEIN-DNA INTERACTIONS

      Developmental genetics
    88. COSSU G; TAJBAKHSH S; BUCKINGHAM M
      HOW IS MYOGENESIS INITIATED IN THE EMBRYO

      Trends in genetics
    89. OLSON EN; ARNOLD HH; RIGBY PWJ; WOLD BJ
      KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS - 3 PHENOTYPES IN NULL MUTANTS OF THE MYOGENIC BHLH GENE MRF4

      Cell
    90. SPICER DB; RHEE J; CHEUNG WL; LASSAR AB
      INHIBITION OF MYOGENIC BHLH AND MEF2 TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS BY THE BHLH PROTEIN TWIST

      Science
    91. MONTARRAS D; AURADE F; JOHNSON T; ILAN J; GROS F; PINSET C
      AUTONOMOUS DIFFERENTIATION IN THE MOUSE MYOGENIC CELL-LINE, C2, INVOLVES A MUTUAL POSITIVE CONTROL BETWEEN INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-II AND MYOD, OPERATING AS EARLY AS AT THE MYOBLAST STAGE

      Journal of Cell Science
    92. HEYMANN S; KOUDROVA M; ARNOLD HH; KOSTER M; BRAUN T
      REGULATION AND FUNCTION OF SF HGF DURING MIGRATION OF LIMB MUSCLE PRECURSOR CELLS IN CHICKEN/

      Developmental biology
    93. YU ZH; REDFERN CS; FISHMAN GI
      CONDITIONAL TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN THE HEART

      Circulation research
    94. SIMON HG; NELSON C; GOFF D; LAUFER E; MORGAN BA; TABIN C
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF MYOGENIC REGULATORY GENES AND MSX-1 DURINGDEDIFFERENTIATION AND REDIFFERENTIATION OF REGENERATING AMPHIBIAN LIMBS

      Developmental dynamics
    95. TSONIS PA; WASHABAUGH CH; DELRIOTSONIS K
      TRANSDIFFERENTIATION AS A BASIS FOR AMPHIBIAN LIMB REGENERATION

      Seminars in cell biology
    96. YAMADA G; MANSOURI A; TORRES M; STUART ET; BLUM M; SCHULTZ M; DEROBERTIS EM; GRUSS P
      TARGETED MUTATION OF THE MURINE GOOSECOID GENE RESULTS IN CRANIOFACIAL DEFECTS AND NEONATAL DEATH

      Development
    97. FONTAINEPERUS J; JARNO V; LERAY CF; LI Z; PAULIN D
      MOUSE CHICK CHIMERA - A NEW MODEL TO STUDY THE IN OVO DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIALITIES OF MAMMALIAN SOMITES

      Development
    98. TAJBAKHSH S; BUCKINGHAM ME
      LINEAGE RESTRICTION OF THE MYOGENIC CONVERSION FACTOR MYF-5 IN THE BRAIN

      Development
    99. PATAPOUTIAN A; YOON JK; MINER JH; WANG SL; STARK K; WOLD B
      DISRUPTION OF THE MOUSE MRF4 GENE IDENTIFIES MULTIPLE WAVES OF MYOGENESIS IN THE MYOTOME

      Development
    100. LUDOLPH DC; KONIECZNY SF
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR FAMILIES - MUSCLING IN ON THE MYOGENIC PROGRAM

      The FASEB journal


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