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    1. Kahane, N; Cinnamon, Y; Bachelet, I; Kalcheim, C
      The third wave of myotome colonization by mitotically competent progenitors: regulating the balance between differentiation and proliferation during muscle development

      DEVELOPMENT
    2. Mahlapuu, M; Enerback, S; Carlsson, P
      Haploinsufficiency of the forkhead gene Foxf1, a target far sonic hedgehogsignaling, causes lung and foregut malformations

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Rallis, C; Stamataki, D; Pontikakis, S; Mankoo, BS; Karagogeos, D
      Isolation of the avian homologue of the homeobox gene Mox2 and analysis ofits expression pattern in developing somites and limbs

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    4. 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
    5. Lee, CS; Fan, CM
      Embryonic expression patterns of the mouse and chick Gas1 genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    6. Kraus, F; Haenig, B; Kispert, A
      Cloning and expression analysis of the mouse T-box gene Tbx18

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    7. Kalbermatten, NT; Vock, P; Rufenacht, D; Anderson, SE
      Progressive melorheostosis in the peripheral and axial skeleton with associated vascular malformations: imaging findings over three decades

      SKELETAL RADIOLOGY
    8. Zhang, XYM; Ramalho-Santos, M; McMahon, AP
      Smoothened mutants reveal redundant roles for Shh and Ihh signaling including regulation of L/R asymmetry by the mouse node (vol 105, pg 781, 2001)

      CELL
    9. Zhang, XM; Ramalho-Santos, M; McMahon, AP
      Smoothened mutants reveal redundant roles for Shh and Ihh signaling including regulation of L/R asymmetry by the mouse node

      CELL
    10. Lee, CS; Buttitta, L; Fan, CM
      Evidence that the WNT-inducible growth arrest-specific gene 1 encodes an antagonist of sonic hedgehog signaling in the somite

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Fleming, A; Keynes, RJ; Tannahill, D
      The role of the notochord in vertebral column formation

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    12. Stickney, HL; Barresi, MJF; Devoto, SH
      Somite development in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    13. Stockdale, FE; Nikovits, W; Christ, B
      Molecular and cellular biology of avian somite development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    14. Watanabe, Y; Nakamura, H
      Control of chick tectum territory along dorsoventral axis by Sonic hedgehog

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Huang, RJ; Zhi, QX; Schmidt, C; Wilting, J; Brand-Saberi, B; Christ, B
      Sclerotomal origin of the ribs

      DEVELOPMENT
    16. Hebrok, M; Kim, SK; St-Jacques, B; McMahon, AP; Melton, DA
      Regulation of pancreas development by hedgehog signaling

      DEVELOPMENT
    17. Huang, RJ; Zhi, QX; Patel, K; Wilting, J; Christ, B
      Dual origin and segmental organisation of the avian scapula

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Mansouri, A; Voss, AK; Thomas, T; Yokota, Y; Gruss, P
      Uncx4.1 is required for the formation of the pedicles and proximal ribs and acts upstream of Pax9

      DEVELOPMENT
    19. Dockter, J; Ordahl, CP
      Dorsoventral axis determination in the somite: a re-examination

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Lee, CS; Buttitta, LA; May, NR; Kispert, A; Fan, CM
      SHH-N upregulates Sfrp2 to mediate its competitive interaction with WNT1 and WNT4 in the somitic mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Aoyama, H; Asamoto, K
      The developmental fate of the rostral/caudal half of a somite for vertebraand rib formation: experimental confirmation of the resegmentation theory using chick-quail chimeras

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    22. Christ, B; Huang, RJ; Wilting, J
      The development of the avian vertebral column

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    23. Hirata, M; Hall, BK
      Temporospatial patterns of apoptosis in chick embryos during the morphogenetic period of development

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    24. Cotrina, ML; Gonzalez-Hoyuela, M; Barbas, JA; Rodriguez-Tebar, A
      Programmed cell death in the developing somites is promoted by nerve growth factor via its p75(NTR) receptor

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    25. Majumdar, A; Drummond, IA
      The zebrafish floating head mutant demonstrates podocytes play an important role in directing glomerular differentiation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    26. LeClair, EE; Bonfiglio, L; Tuan, RS
      Expression of the paired-box genes Pax-1 and Pax-9 in limb skeleton development

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

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Borycki, AG; Brunk, B; Tajbakhsh, S; Buckingham, M; Chiang, C; Emerson, CP
      Sonic hedgehog controls epaxial muscle determination through Myf5 activation

      DEVELOPMENT
    29. Folberg, A; Kovacs, EN; Huang, H; Houle, M; Lohnes, D; Featherstone, MS
      Hoxd4 and Rarg interact synergistically in the specification of the cervical vertebrae

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    30. Aruga, J; Mizugishi, K; Koseki, H; Imai, K; Balling, R; Noda, T; Mikoshiba, K
      Zic1 regulates the patterning of vertebral arches in cooperation with Gli3

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    31. Murtaugh, LC; Chyung, JH; Lassar, AB
      Sonic hedgehog promotes somitic chondrogenesis by altering the cellular response to BMP signaling

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    32. Cann, GM; Lee, JW; Stockdale, FE
      Sonic hedgehog enhances somite cell viability and formation of primary slow muscle fibers in avian segmented mesoderm

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    33. Ishigami, N; Shinozuka, J; Katayama, K; Uetsuka, K; Nakayama, H; Doi, K
      Apoptosis in the developing mouse embryos from T-2 toxin-inoculated dams

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    34. Dietrich, S; Schubert, FR; Gruss, P; Lumsden, A
      The role of the notochord for epaxial myotome formation in the mouse

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Lettice, LA; Purdie, LA; Carlson, GJ; Kilanowski, F; Dorin, J; Hill, RE
      The mouse bagpipe gene controls development of axial skeleton, skull, and spleen

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Katsuura, M; Hosono-Sakuma, Y; Wagatsuma, M; Yanagisawa, S; Okazaki, M; Kimura, M
      The NH2-terminal region of the active domain of sonic hedgehog is necessary for its signal transduction

      FEBS LETTERS
    37. Lewis, KE; Currie, PD; Roy, S; Schauerte, H; Haffter, P; Ingham, PW
      Control of muscle cell-type specification in the zebrafish embryo by hedgehog signalling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    38. Marcelle, C; Ahlgren, S; Bronner-Fraser, M
      In vivo regulation of somite differentiation and proliferation by Sonic Hedgehog

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Towers, P; Patel, K; Withington, S; Isaac, A; Cooke, J
      Flik, a chick follistatin-related gene, functions in gastrular dorsalisation/neural induction and in subsequent maintenance of midline sonic hedgehogsignalling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. BERNHARDT RR; GOERLINGER S; ROOS M; SCHACHNER M
      ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR SUBDIVISION OF THE SOMITE IN EMBRYONIC ZEBRAFISH -IMPLICATIONS FOR MOTOR AXON GUIDANCE

      Developmental dynamics
    41. SAVAGNER P; KARAVANOVA I; PERANTONI A; THIERY JP; YAMADA KM
      SLUG MESSENGER-RNA IS EXPRESSED BY SPECIFIC MESODERMAL DERIVATIVES DURING RODENT ORGANOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    42. HOFMANN C; DROSSOPOULOU G; MCMAHON A; BALLING R; TICKLE C
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF BMPS ON PAX1 EXPRESSION AND ON SHOULDER GIRDLE FORMATION DURING LIMB DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    43. DUPREZ D; FOURNIERTHIBAULT C; LEDOUARIN N
      SONIC HEDGEHOG INDUCES PROLIFERATION OF COMMITTED SKELETAL-MUSCLE CELLS IN THE CHICK LIMB

      Development
    44. INCARDONA JP; GAFFIELD W; KAPUR RP; ROELINK H
      THE TERATOGENIC VERATRUM ALKALOID CYCLOPAMINE INHIBITS SONIC HEDGEHOGSIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Development
    45. SCHAUERTE HE; VANEEDEN FJM; FRICKE C; ODENTHAL J; STRAHLE U; HAFFTER P
      SONIC HEDGEHOG IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE INDUCTION OF MEDIAL FLOOR PLATE CELLS IN THE ZEBRAFISH

      Development
    46. DIETRICH S; SCHUBERT FR; HEALY C; SHARPE PT; LUMSDEN A
      SPECIFICATION OF THE HYPAXIAL MUSCULATURE

      Development
    47. TEILLET MA; WATANABE Y; JEFFS P; DUPREZ D; LAPOINTE F; LEDOUARIN NM
      SONIC HEDGEHOG IS REQUIRED FOR SURVIVAL OF BOTH MYOGENIC AND CHONDROGENIC SOMITIC LINEAGES

      Development
    48. DOCKTER JL; ORDAHL CP
      DETERMINATION OF SCLEROTOME TO THE CARTILAGE FATE

      Development
    49. Araujo, M; Piedra, ME; Herrera, MT; Ros, MA; Nieto, MA
      The expression and regulation of chick EphA7 suggests roles in limb patterning and innervation

      DEVELOPMENT
    50. KAHANE N; CINNAMON Y; KALCHEIM C
      THE ORIGIN AND FATE OF PIONEER MYOTOMAL CELLS IN THE AVIAN EMBRYO

      Mechanisms of development
    51. KOS L; CHIANG C; MAHON KA
      MEDIOLATERAL PATTERNING OF SOMITES - MULTIPLE AXIAL SIGNALS, INCLUDING SONIC HEDGEHOG, REGULATE NKX-3.1 EXPRESSION

      Mechanisms of development
    52. MCMAHON JA; TAKADA S; ZIMMERMAN LB; FAN CM; HARLAND RM; MCMAHON AP
      NOGGIN-MEDIATED ANTAGONISM OF BMP SIGNALING IS REQUIRED FOR GROWTH AND PATTERNING OF THE NEURAL-TUBE AND SOMITE

      Genes & development
    53. MONSOROBURQ AH; STIEBER A; BONTOUX M; LEDOUARIN N; GONATAS NK
      ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS MODULATE THE SIZE AND THE SECRETORY ACTIVITY OFTHE NOTOCHORD - A STUDY OF THE GOLGI-APPARATUS IN AVIAN EMBRYOS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    54. RHYS R; DAVIES AM; MANGHAM DC; GRIMER RJ
      SCLEROTOME DISTRIBUTION OF MELORHEOSTOSIS AND MULTICENTRIC FIBROMATOSIS

      Skeletal radiology
    55. CHRIST B; SCHMIDT C; HUANG RJ; WILTING J; BRANDSABERI B
      SEGMENTATION OF THE VERTEBRATE BODY

      Anatomy and embryology
    56. BANNERMAN PG; OLIVER TM; NICHOLS WL; XU ZW
      THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EXPRESSION OF HNK-1 BY MYOGENIC AND SKELETOGENIC CELLS IN THE EMBRYONIC RAT

      Cell and tissue research
    57. SPORLE R; SCHUGHART K
      PARADOX SEGMENTATION ALONG INTERSOMITIC AND INTRASOMITIC BORDERLINES IS FOLLOWED BY DYSMORPHOLOGY OF THE AXIAL SKELETON IN THE OPEN BRAIN (OPB) MOUSE MUTANT

      Developmental genetics
    58. ASAKURA A; TAPSCOTT SJ
      APOPTOSIS OF EPAXIAL MYOTOME IN DANFORTHS SHORT-TAIL (SD) MICE IN SOMITES THAT FORM FOLLOWING NOTOCHORD DEGENERATION

      Developmental biology (Print)
    59. TREMBLAY P; DIETRICH S; MERICSKAY M; SCHUBERT FR; LI ZL; PAULIN D
      A CRUCIAL ROLE FOR PAX3 IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HYPAXIAL MUSCULATURE AND THE LONG-RANGE MIGRATION OF MUSCLE PRECURSORS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    60. BUCHBERGER A; SEIDL K; KLEIN C; EBERHARDT H; ARNOLD HH
      CMESO-1, A NOVEL BHLH TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR, IS INVOLVED IN SOMITE FORMATION IN CHICKEN EMBRYOS

      Developmental biology (Print)
    61. ALCEDO J; NOLL M
      HEDGEHOG AND ITS PATCHED-SMOOTHENED RECEPTOR COMPLEX - A NOVEL SIGNALING MECHANISM AT THE CELL-SURFACE

      Biological chemistry
    62. SPORLE R; SCHUGHART K
      SYSTEM TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL SOMITES AND THEIR DERIVATIVES IN THE DEVELOPING MOUSE EMBRYO

      Developmental dynamics
    63. MANSOURI A; YOKOTA Y; WEHR R; COPELAND NG; JENKINS NA; GRUSS P
      PAIRED-RELATED MURINE HOMEOBOX GENE EXPRESSED IN THE DEVELOPING SCLEROTOME, KIDNEY, AND NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Developmental dynamics
    64. MELBY AE; KIMELMAN D; KIMMEL CB
      SPATIAL REGULATION OF FLOATING HEAD EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING NOTOCHORD

      Developmental dynamics
    65. DAVID KM; THOROGOOD P; STEVENS JM; EISENSTEIN S; RANSFORD AO; CROCKARD HA
      THE ONE BONE SPINE - A FAILURE OF NOTOCHORD SCLEROTOME SIGNALING/

      Clinical dysmorphology
    66. WILLIAMS BA; ORDAHL CP
      EMERGENCE OF DETERMINED MYOTOME PRECURSOR CELLS IN THE SOMITE

      Development
    67. HIRSINGER E; DUPREZ D; JOUVE C; MALAPERT P; COOKE J; POURQUIE O
      NOGGIN ACTS DOWNSTREAM OF WNT AND SONIC HEDGEHOG TO ANTAGONIZE BMP4 IN AVIAN SOMITE PATTERNING

      Development
    68. DIETRICH S; SCHUBERT FR; LUMSDEN A
      CONTROL OF DORSOVENTRAL PATTERN IN THE CHICK PARAXIAL MESODERM

      Development
    69. KOSTER R; STICK R; LOOSLI F; WITTBRODT J
      MEDAKA SPALT ACTS AS A TARGET GENE OF HEDGEHOG SIGNALING

      Development
    70. MO R; FREER AM; ZINYK DL; CRACKOWER MA; MICHAUD J; HENG HHQ; CHIK KW; SHI XM; TSUI LC; CHENG SH; JOYNER AL; HUI CC
      SPECIFIC AND REDUNDANT FUNCTIONS OF GLI2 AND GLI3 ZINC-FINGER GENES IN SKELETAL PATTERNING AND DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    71. NEIDHARDT LM; KISPERT A; HERRMANN BG
      A MOUSE GENE OF THE PAIRED-RELATED HOMEOBOX CLASS EXPRESSED IN THE CAUDAL SOMITE COMPARTMENT AND IN THE DEVELOPING VERTEBRAL COLUMN, KIDNEYAND NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Development, genes and evolution
    72. ARAUJO M; NIETO MA
      THE EXPRESSION OF CHICK EPHA7 DURING SEGMENTATION OF THE CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    73. WINNIER GE; HARGETT L; HOGAN BLM
      THE WINGED HELIX TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MFH1 IS REQUIRED FOR PROLIFERATION AND PATTERNING OF PARAXIAL MESODERM IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Genes & development
    74. BLAGDEN CS; CURRIE PD; INGHAM PW; HUGHES SM
      NOTOCHORD INDUCTION OF ZEBRAFISH SLOW MUSCLE MEDIATED BY SONIC HEDGEHOG

      Genes & development
    75. OH SP; LI E
      THE SIGNALING PATHWAY MEDIATED BY THE TYPE IIB ACTIVIN RECEPTOR CONTROLS AXIAL PATTERNING AND LATERAL ASYMMETRY IN THE MOUSE

      Genes & development
    76. POURQUIE O
      SEGREGATION OF THE SOMITIC LINEAGES

      MS. Medecine sciences
    77. DAHL E; KOSEKI H; BALLING R
      PAX GENES AND ORGANOGENESIS

      BioEssays
    78. CHANG BE; BLADER P; FISCHER N; INGHAM PW; STRAHLE U
      AXIAL (HNF3-BETA) AND RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS ARE REGULATORS OF THE ZEBRAFISH SONIC HEDGEHOG PROMOTER

      EMBO journal
    79. DU SJ; DEVOTO SH; WESTERFIELD M; MOON RT
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REGULATION OF MUSCLE-CELL IDENTITY BY MEMBERS OF THE HEDGEHOG AND TGF-BETA GENE FAMILIES

      The Journal of cell biology
    80. VALENTINI RP; BROOKHISER WT; PARK J; YANG TX; BRIGGS J; DRESSLER G; HOLZMAN LB
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL PROCESSING AND RENAL EXPRESSION OF MOUSE INDIAN HEDGEHOG

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    81. SANDERS EJ
      CELL-DEATH IN THE AVIAN SCLEROTOME

      Developmental biology
    82. FAN CM; LEE CS; TESSIERLAVIGNE M
      A ROLE FOR WNT PROTEINS IN INDUCTION OF DERMOMYOTOME

      Developmental biology
    83. BARNES GL; ALEXANDER PG; HSU CW; MARIANI BD; TUAN RS
      CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICKEN PARAXIS - A REGULATOR OF PARAXIAL MESODERM DEVELOPMENT AND SOMITE FORMATION

      Developmental biology
    84. SOSIC D; BRANDSABERI B; SCHMIDT C; CHRIST B; OLSON EN
      REGULATION OF PARAXIS EXPRESSION AND SOMITE FORMATION BY ECTODERM-DERIVED AND NEURAL TUBE-DERIVED SIGNALS

      Developmental biology
    85. GEORGEWEINSTEIN M; GERHART J; BLITZ J; SIMAK E; KNUDSEN KA
      N-CADHERIN PROMOTES THE COMMITMENT AND DIFFERENTIATION OF SKELETAL-MUSCLE PRECURSOR CELLS

      Developmental biology
    86. HALPERN ME
      AXIAL MESODERM AND PATTERNING OF THE ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO

      American zoologist
    87. BALLING R; NEUBUSER A; CHRIST B
      PAX GENES AND SCLEROTOME DEVELOPMENT

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    88. TINGBERRETH SA; CHUONG CM
      SONIC HEDGEHOG IN FEATHER MORPHOGENESIS - INDUCTION OF MESENCHYMAL CONDENSATION AND ASSOCIATION WITH CELL-DEATH

      Developmental dynamics
    89. LINTS TJ; HARTLEY L; PARSONS LM; HARVEY RP
      MESODERM-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE DIVERGENT HOMEOBOX GENE HLX DURING MURINE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    90. STEMPLE DL; SOLNICAKREZEL L; ZWARTKRUIS F; NEUHAUSS SCF; SCHIER AF; MALICKI J; STAINIER DYR; ABDELILAH S; RANGINI Z; MOUNTCASTLESHAH E; DRIEVER W
      MUTATIONS AFFECTING DEVELOPMENT OF THE NOTOCHORD IN ZEBRAFISH

      Development
    91. CONCORDET JP; LEWIS KE; MOORE JW; GOODRICH LV; JOHNSON RL; SCOTT MP; INGHAM PW
      SPATIAL REGULATION OF A ZEBRAFISH PATCHED HOMOLOG REFLECTS THE ROLES OF SONIC-HEDGEHOG AND PROTEIN-KINASE-A IN NEURAL-TUBE AND SOMITE PATTERNING

      Development
    92. EPSTEIN DJ; MARTI E; SCOTT MP; MCMAHON AP
      ANTAGONIZING CAMP-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE A IN THE DORSAL CNS ACTIVATES A CONSERVED SONIC HEDGEHOG SIGNALING PATHWAY

      Development
    93. MONSOROBURQ AH; DUPREZ D; WATANABE Y; BONTOUX M; VINCENT C; BRICKELL P; LEDOUARIN N
      THE ROLE OF BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS IN VERTEBRAL DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    94. BARNES GL; HSU CW; MARIANI BD; TUAN RS
      CHICKEN PAX-1 GENE - STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION DURING EMBRYONIC SOMITEDEVELOPMENT

      Differentiation
    95. MARTIN G
      PASS THE BUTTER

      Science
    96. VORTKAMP A; LEE K; LANSKE B; SEGRE GV; KRONENBERG HM; TABIN CJ
      REGULATION OF RATE OF CARTILAGE DIFFERENTIATION BY INDIAN HEDGEHOG AND PTH-RELATED PROTEIN

      Science
    97. CURRIE PD; JACINTO A; INGHAM PW
      HEDGEHOG SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA AND VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    98. CHIANG C; YING LTT; LEE E; YOUNG KE; CORDEN JL; WESTPHAL H; BEACHY PA
      CYCLOPIA AND DEFECTIVE AXIAL PATTERNING IN MICE LACKING SONIC HEDGEHOG GENE-FUNCTION

      Nature
    99. MULLER TS; EBENSPERGER C; NEUBUSER A; KOSEKI H; BALLING R; CHRIST B; WILTING J
      EXPRESSION OF AVIAN PAX1 AND PAX9 IS INTRINSICALLY REGULATED IN THE PHARYNGEAL ENDODERM, BUT DEPENDS ON ENVIRONMENTAL-INFLUENCES IN THE PARAXIAL MESODERM

      Developmental biology
    100. PETERS H; DOLL U; NIESSING J
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF THE CHICKEN PAX-1 AND PAX-9 GENE - IN-SITUHYBRIDIZATION AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS

      Developmental dynamics


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