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    1. Clark, K; Bender, G; Murray, BP; Panfilio, K; Cook, S; Davis, R; Murnen, K; Tuan, RS; Gilbert, SF
      Evidence for the neural crest origin of turtle plastron bones

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

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Chow, RL; Lang, RA
      Early eye development in vertebrates

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    4. Healy, KH; Schoenwolf, GC; Darnell, DK
      Cell interactions underlying notochord induction and formation in the chick embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    5. Kuratani, S; Nobusada, Y; Horigome, N; Shigetani, Y
      Embryology of the lamprey and evolution of the vertebrate jaw: insights from molecular and developmental perspectives

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    6. Begbie, J; Graham, A
      The ectodermal placodes: a dysfunctional family

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    7. Wingate, RJT
      The rhombic lip and early cerebellar development

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    8. Trainor, PA; Krumlauf, R
      Hox genes, neural crest cells and branchial arch patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    9. Etchevers, HC; Vincent, C; Le Douarin, M; Couly, GF
      The cephalic neural crest provides pericytes and smooth muscle cells to all blood vessels of the face and forebrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    10. Kouki, T; Imai, H; Aoto, K; Eto, K; Shioda, S; Kawamura, K; Kikuyama, S
      Developmental origin of the rat adenohypophysis prior to the formation of Rathke's pouch

      DEVELOPMENT
    11. Waldo, KL; Kumiski, DH; Wallis, KT; Stadt, HA; Hutson, MR; Platt, DH; Kirby, ML
      Conotruncal myocardium arises from a secondary heart field

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Dupe, V; Lumsden, A
      Hindbrain patterning involves graded responses to retinoic acid signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Wahl, C; Noden, DM
      Cryptic responses to tissue manipulations in avian embryos

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Nakamura, H
      Regionalisation and acquisition of polarity in the optic tectum

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    15. Redies, C; Puelles, L
      Modularity in vertebrate brain development and evolution

      BIOESSAYS
    16. Graham, A; Smith, A
      Patterning the pharyngeal arches

      BIOESSAYS
    17. Straka, H; Baker, R; Gilland, E
      Rhombomeric organization of vestibular pathways in larval frogs

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    18. Graham, A
      The development and evolution of the pharyngeal arches

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    19. Lwigale, PY
      Embryonic origin of avian corneal sensory nerves

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Baker, CVH; Bronner-Fraser, M
      Vertebrate cranial placodes I. Embryonic induction

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Opperman, LA
      Cranial sutures as intramembranous bone growth sites

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    22. Cox, CM; Poole, TJ
      Angioblast differentiation is influenced by the local environment: FGF-2 induces angioblasts and patterns vessel formation in the quail embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    23. Verberne, ME; Gittenberger-De Groot, AC; Van Iperen, L; Poelmann, RE
      Distribution of different regions of cardiac neural crest in the extrinsicand the intrinsic cardiac nervous system

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    24. Placzek, M; Dodd, J; Jessell, TM
      The case for floor plate induction by the notochord

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    25. Xu, JS; Liu, ZH; Ornitz, DM
      Temporal and spatial gradients of Fgf8 and Fgf17 regulate proliferation and differentiation of midline cerebellar structures

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Olivera-Martinez, I; Coltey, M; Dhouailly, D; Pourquie, O
      Mediolateral semitic origin of ribs and dermis determined by quail-chick chimeras

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Whitlock, KE; Westerfield, M
      The olfactory placodes of the zebrafish form by convergence of cellular fields at the edge of the neural plate

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Catala, M; Ziller, C; Lapointe, F; Le Douarin, NM
      The developmental potentials of the caudalmost part of the neural crest are restricted to melanocytes and glia

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    29. Grim, M; Halata, Z
      Developmental origin of avian Merkel cells

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    30. Diaz, C; Yanes, C; Trujillo, CM; Puelles, L
      Cytoarchitectonic subdivisions in the subtectal midbrain of the lizard Gallotia galloti

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCYTOLOGY
    31. Gorodilov, YN
      The fate of Spemann's organizer

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    32. Ordahl, CP; Williams, BA; Denetclaw, W
      Determination and morphogenesis in myogenic progenitor cells: An experimental embryological approach

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 48
    33. Schlosser, G; Northcutt, RG
      Development of neurogenic placodes in Xenopus laevis

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    34. Hatini, V; Ye, X; Balas, G; Lai, E
      Dynamics of placodal lineage development revealed by targeted transgene expression

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    35. Hawkes, R; Beierbach, E; Tan, SS
      Granule cell dispersion is restricted across transverse boundaries in mouse chimeras

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    36. 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
    37. Tribioli, C; Lufkin, T
      The murine Bapx1 homeobox gene plays a critical role in embryonic development of the axial skeleton and spleen

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

      DEVELOPMENT
    39. Wingate, RJT; Hatten, ME
      The role of the rhombic lip in avian cerebellum development

      DEVELOPMENT
    40. Depew, MJ; Liu, JK; Long, JE; Presley, R; Meneses, JJ; Pedersen, RA; Rubenstein, JLR
      Dlx5 regulates regional development of the branchial arches and sensory capsules

      DEVELOPMENT
    41. Etchevers, HC; Couly, G; Vincent, C; Le Douarin, NM
      Anterior cephalic neural crest is required for forebrain viability

      DEVELOPMENT
    42. Hidalgo-Sanchez, M; Simeone, A; Alvarado-Mallart, RM
      Fgf8 and Gbx2 induction concomitant with Otx2 repression is correlated with midbrain-hindbrain fate of caudal prosencephalon

      DEVELOPMENT
    43. Papan, C; Campos-Ortega, JA
      Region-specific cell clones in the developing spinal cord of the zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    44. 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
    45. Xu, JS; Lawshe, A; MacArthur, CA; Ornitz, DM
      Genomic structure, mapping, activity and expression of fibroblast growth factor 17

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    46. Inoue, K; Couch, EF; Takano, K; Ogawa, S
      The structure and function of folliculo-stellate cells in the anterior pituitary gland

      ARCHIVES OF HISTOLOGY AND CYTOLOGY
    47. Barteczko, K; Jacob, M
      Comparative study of shape, course, and disintegration of the rostral notochord in some vertebrates, especially humans

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    48. Garabedian, EN; Ducroz, V; Roger, G; Denoyelle, F; Catala, M
      Nasal fossa malformations and paramedian facial cleft: New perspectives

      JOURNAL OF CRANIOFACIAL GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. 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
    50. Lee, KJ; Jessell, TM
      The specification of dorsal cell fates in the vertebrate central nervous system

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NEUROSCIENCE
    51. Miller, JB; Schaefer, L; Dominov, JA
      Seeking muscle stem cells

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 43
    52. Kuratani, S; Horigome, N; Hirano, S
      Developmental morphology of the head mesoderm and reevaluation of segmental theories of the vertebrate head: Evidence from embryos of an agnathan vertebrate, Lampetra japonica

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    53. Schneider, RA
      Neural crest can form cartilages normally derived from mesoderm during development of the avian head skeleton

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    54. Manner, J
      Does the subepicardial mesenchyme contribute myocardioblasts to the myocardium of the chick embryo heart? A quail-chick chimera study tracing the fate of the epicardial primordium

      ANATOMICAL RECORD
    55. PAVLATH GK; THALOOR D; RANDO TA; CHEONG M; ENGLISH AW; ZHENG B
      HETEROGENEITY AMONG MUSCLE PRECURSOR CELLS IN ADULT SKELETAL-MUSCLES WITH DIFFERING REGENERATIVE CAPACITIES

      Developmental dynamics
    56. WEISS KM; STOCK DW; ZHAO Z
      DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS AND THE EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS OF DENTAL PATTERNING

      Critical reviews in oral biology and medicine
    57. COULY G; GRAPINBOTTON A; COLTEY P; RUHIN B; LEDOUARIN NM
      DETERMINATION OF THE IDENTITY OF THE DERIVATIVES OF THE CEPHALIC NEURAL CREST - INCOMPATIBILITY BETWEEN HOX GENE-EXPRESSION AND LOWER JAW DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    58. FRANCISWEST P; LADHER R; BARLOW A; GRAVESON A
      SIGNALING INTERACTIONS DURING FACIAL DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    59. KAWAMURA K; KIKUYAMA S
      MORPHOGENESIS OF THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND HYPOPHYSIS - THEIR ASSOCIATION,DISSOCIATION AND REASSOCIATION BEFORE AND AFTER RATHKE

      Archives of histology and cytology
    60. TREMBLAY JJ; LANCTOT C; DROUIN J
      THE PAN-PITUITARY ACTIVATOR OF TRANSCRIPTION, PTX1 (PITUITARY HOMEOBOX-1), ACTS IN SYNERGY WITH SF-1 AND PIT1 AND IS AN UPSTREAM REGULATOR OF THE LIM-HOMEODOMAIN GENE LIM3 LHX3/

      Molecular endocrinology
    61. Eichmann, A; Corbel, C; Le Douarin, NM
      Segregation of the embryonic vascular and hemopoietic systems

      BIOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY-BIOCHIMIE ET BIOLOGIE CELLULAIRE
    62. DROUIN J; LANCTOT C; TREMBLAY JJ
      THE PTX FAMILY OF HOMEODOMAIN TRANSCRIPTI ON FACTORS

      MS. Medecine sciences
    63. YANG L; ZHANG HL; HU GZ; WANG HY; ABATESHEN C; SHEN MM
      AN EARLY PHASE OF EMBRYONIC DLX5 EXPRESSION DEFINES THE ROSTRAL BOUNDARY OF THE NEURAL PLATE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    64. WILLBOLD E; LAYER PG
      MULLER GLIA CELLS AND THEIR POSSIBLE ROLES DURING RETINA DIFFERENTIATION IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Histology and histopathology
    65. RUBENSTEIN JLR; SHIMAMURA K; MARTINEZ S; PUELLES L
      REGIONALIZATION OF THE PROSENCEPHALIC NEURAL PLATE

      Annual review of neuroscience
    66. EISENMAN LM; GALLAGHER E; HAWKES R
      REGIONALIZATION DEFECTS IN THE WEAVER MOUSE CEREBELLUM

      Journal of comparative neurology
    67. EISENMAN LM; BROTHERS R
      ROSTRAL CEREBELLAR MALFORMATION (RCM RCM) - A MURINE MUTANT TO STUDY REGIONALIZATION OF THE CEREBELLUM/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    68. DYMECKI SM; TOMASIEWICZ H
      USING FLP-RECOMBINASE TO CHARACTERIZE EXPANSION OF WNT1-EXPRESSING NEURAL PROGENITORS IN THE MOUSE

      Developmental biology (Print)
    69. PEREZPOMARES JM; MACIAS D; GARCIAGARRIDO L; MUNOZCHAPULI R
      THE ORIGIN OF THE SUBEPICARDIAL MESENCHYME IN THE AVIAN EMBRYO - AN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND QUAIL-CHICK CHIMERA STUDY

      Developmental biology (Print)
    70. WALDO K; MIYAGAWATOMITA S; KUMISKI D; KIRBY ML
      CARDIAC NEURAL CREST CELLS PROVIDE NEW INSIGHT INTO SEPTATION OF THE CARDIAC OUTFLOW TRACT - AORTIC SAC TO VENTRICULAR SEPTAL CLOSURE

      Developmental biology
    71. NOMURA T; KAWAKAMI A; FUJISAWA H
      CORRELATION BETWEEN TECTUM FORMATION AND EXPRESSION OF 2 PAX FAMILY GENES, PAX7 AND PAX6, IN AVIAN BRAINS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    72. WASSEF M; JOYNER AL
      EARLY MESENCEPHALON METENCEPHALON PATTERNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CEREBELLUM/

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    73. HALLONET M; ALVARADOMALLART RM
      THE CHICK QUAIL CHIMERIC SYSTEM - A MODEL FOR EARLY CEREBELLAR DEVELOPMENT/

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    74. HAWKES R; EISENMAN LM
      STRIPES AND ZONES - THE ORIGINS OF REGIONALIZATION OF THE ADULT CEREBELLUM

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    75. 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
    76. GAVALAS A; DAVENNE M; LUMSDEN A; CHAMBON P; RIJLI FM
      ROLE OF HOXA-2 IN AXON PATHFINDING AND ROSTRAL HINDBRAIN PATTERNING

      Development
    77. BAKER CVH; BRONNERFRASER M; LEDOUARIN NM; TEILLET MA
      EARLY-AND LATE-MIGRATING CRANIAL NEURAL CREST CELL-POPULATIONS HAVE EQUIVALENT DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL IN-VIVO

      Development
    78. LANCTOT C; LAMOLET B; DROUIN J
      THE BICOID-RELATED HOMEOPROTEIN PTX1 DEFINES THE MOST ANTERIOR DOMAINOF THE EMBRYO AND DIFFERENTIATES POSTERIOR FROM ANTERIOR LATERAL MESODERM

      Development
    79. BAKER CVH; BRONNERFRASER M
      THE ORIGINS OF THE NEURAL CREST - PART II - AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE

      Mechanisms of development
    80. OKABE H; OKUBO T; ADACHI H; ISHIKAWA T; OCHI Y
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF CYTOKERATIN IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC NEURONS ARISING FROM PLACODES

      Brain & development
    81. HUANG RJ; ZHI QX; ORDAHL CP; CHRIST B
      THE FATE OF THE FIRST AVIAN SOMITE

      Anatomy and embryology
    82. OZOL KO; HAWKES R
      COMPARTMENTATION OF THE GRANULAR LAYER OF THE CEREBELLUM

      Histology and histopathology
    83. DIETERLENLIEVRE F
      SYMPOSIUM - CURRENT ADVANCES IN AVIAN EMBRYOLOGY AND INCUBATION AVIANMODELS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

      Poultry science
    84. BALABAN E
      CHANGES IN MULTIPLE BRAIN-REGIONS UNDERLIE SPECIES-DIFFERENCES IN A COMPLEX, CONGENITAL BEHAVIOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    85. CHAREONVIT S; OSUMIYAMASHITA N; IKEDA M; ETO K
      MURINE FOREBRAIN AND MIDBRAIN CREST CELLS GENERATE DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTIC DERIVATIVES IN-VITRO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    86. WALDO KL; KUMISKI D; KIRBY ML
      CARDIAC NEURAL CREST IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE PERSISTENCE RATHER THAN THEFORMATION OF AN ARCH ARTERY

      Developmental dynamics
    87. NIEDERLANDER C; LUMSDEN A
      LATE EMIGRATING NEURAL CREST CELLS MIGRATE SPECIFICALLY TO THE EXIT POINTS OF CRANIAL BRANCHIOMOTOR NERVES

      Development
    88. LECOIN L; GABELLA G; LEDOUARIN N
      ORIGIN OF THE C-KIT-POSITIVE INTERSTITIAL-CELLS IN THE AVIAN BOWEL

      Development
    89. 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
    90. COULY G; GRAPINBOTTON A; COLTEY P; LEDOUARIN NM
      THE REGENERATION OF THE CEPHALIC NEURAL CREST, A PROBLEM REVISITED - THE REGENERATING CELLS ORIGINATE FROM THE CONTRALATERAL OR FROM THE ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR NEURAL FOLD

      Development
    91. KONTGES G; LUMSDEN A
      RHOMBENCEPHALIC NEURAL CREST SEGMENTATION IS PRESERVED THROUGHOUT CRANIOFACIAL ONTOGENY

      Development
    92. BLOCHGALLEGO E; MILLET S; ALVARADOMALLART RM
      FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DIENCEPHALIC PROSOMERESTO EN-2 INDUCTION AND ON THE RESULTING HISTOGENETIC CAPABILITIES

      Mechanisms of development
    93. LAMONERIE T; TREMBLAY JJ; LANCTOT C; THERRIEN M; GAUTHIER Y; DROUIN J
      PTX1, A BICOID-RELATED HOMEO BOX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR INVOLVED IN TRANSCRIPTION OF THE PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN GENE

      Genes & development
    94. OLSSON L; HANKEN J
      CRANIAL NEURAL-CREST MIGRATION AND CHONDROGENIC FATE IN THE ORIENTAL FIRE-BELLIED TOAD BOMBINA-ORIENTALIS - DEFINING THE ANCESTRAL PATTERN OF HEAD DEVELOPMENT IN ANURAN AMPHIBIANS

      Journal of morphology
    95. LEDOUARIN N; CORBEL C; BANDEIRA A; THOMASVASLIN V; MODIGLIANI Y; COUTINHO A; SALAUN J
      EVIDENCE FOR A THYMUS-DEPENDENT FORM OF TOLERANCE THAT IS NOT BASED ON ELIMINATION OR ANERGY OF REACTIVE T-CELLS

      Immunological reviews
    96. NATAF V; LECOIN L; EICHMANN A; LEDOUARIN NM
      ENDOTHELIN-B RECEPTOR IS EXPRESSED BY NEURAL CREST CELLS IN THE AVIANEMBRYO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. LENGELE B; SCHOWING J; DHEM A
      EMBRYONIC ORIGIN AND FATE OF CHONDROID TISSUE AND SECONDARY CARTILAGES IN THE AVIAN SKULL

      The Anatomical record
    98. ELAMRAOUI A; BERGHMAN LR; DUBOIS PM
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ADENOHYPOPHYSEAL, HYPOTHALAMIC AND NASAL PRESUMPTIVE TERRITORIES DURING EARLY NEURULATION PROCESS

      Endocrine
    99. SIMONNEAU L; KITAGAWA M; SUZUKI S; THIERY JP
      CADHERIN-11 EXPRESSION MARKS THE MESENCHYMAL PHENOTYPE - TOWARDS NEW FUNCTIONS FOR CADHERINS

      Cell adhesion and communication
    100. BALLYCUIF L; WASSEF M
      DETERMINATION EVENTS IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF THE VERTEBRATE EMBRYO

      Current opinion in genetics & development


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