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    1. Wilkinson, DG
      Multiple roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Knoll, B; Zarbalis, K; Wurst, W; Drescher, U
      A role for the EphA family in the topographic targeting of vomeronasal axone

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Cooke, JE; Moens, CB; Roth, LWA; Durbin, L; Shiomi, K; Brennan, C; Kimmel, CB; Wilson, SW; Holder, N
      Eph signalling functions downstream of Val to regulate cell sorting and boundary formation in the caudal hindbrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Birgbauer, E; Oster, SF; Severin, CG; Sretavan, DW
      Retinal axon growth cones respond to EphB extracellular domains as inhibitory axon guidance cues

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Kullander, K; Mather, NK; Diella, F; Dottori, M; Boyd, AW; Klein, R
      Kinase-dependent and kinase-independent functions of EphA4 receptors in major axon tract formation in vivo

      NEURON
    6. Yokoyama, N; Romero, MI; Cowan, CA; Galvan, P; Helmbacher, F; Charnay, P; Parada, LF; Henkemeyer, M
      Forward signaling mediated by ephrin-B3 prevents contralateral corticospinal axons from recrossing the spinal cord midline

      NEURON
    7. Elowe, S; Holland, SJ; Kulkarni, S; Pawson, T
      Downregulation of the Ras-mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway by the EphB2 receptor tyrosine kinase is required for ephrin-induced neurite retraction

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    8. Gu, C; Park, S
      The EphA8 receptor regulates integrin activity through p110 gamma phosphatidylinositol-3 kinase in a tyrosine kinase activity-independent manner

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    9. Stuckmann, I; Weigmann, A; Shevchenko, A; Mann, M; Huttner, WB
      Ephrin B1 is expressed on neuroepithelial cells in correlation with neocortical neurogenesis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Wybenga-Groot, LE; Baskin, B; Ong, SH; Tong, JF; Pawson, T; Sicheri, F
      Structural basis for autoinhibition of the EphB2 receptor tyrosine kinase by the unphosphorylated juxtamembrane region

      CELL
    11. Lu, Q; Sun, EE; Klein, RS; Flanagan, JG
      Ephrin-B reverse signaling is mediated by a novel PDZ-RGS protein and selectively inhibits G protein-coupled chemoattraction

      CELL
    12. Cowan, CA; Henkemeyer, M
      The SH2/SH3 adaptor Grb4 transduces B-ephrin reverse signals

      NATURE
    13. Frenzel, KE; Falls, DL
      Neuregulin-1 proteins in rat brain and transfected cells are localized to lipid rafts

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    14. Coonan, JR; Greferath, U; Messenger, J; Hartley, L; Murphy, M; Boyd, AW; Galea, MP; Bartlett, PF
      Development and reorganization of corticospinal projections in EphA4 deficient mice

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    15. Huai, JS; Drescher, U
      An ephrin-A-dependent signaling pathway controls integrin function and is linked to the tyrosine phosphorylation of a 120-kDa protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Kalo, MS; Yu, HH; Pasquale, EB
      In vivo tyrosine phosphorylation sites of activated ephrin-B1 and EphB2 from neural tissue

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Cheng, N; Chen, J
      Tumor necrosis factor-alpha induction of endothelial ephrin A1 expression is mediated by a p38 MAPK- and SAPK/JNK-dependent but nuclear factor-kappa B-independent mechanism

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Othman-Hassan, K; Patel, K; Papoutsi, M; Rodriguez-Niedenfuhr, M; Christ, B; Wilting, J
      Arterial identity of endothelial cells is controlled by local cues

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    19. Chan, J; Mably, JD; Serluca, FC; Chen, JN; Goldstein, NB; Thomas, MC; Cleary, JA; Brennan, C; Fishman, MC; Roberts, TM
      Morphogenesis of prechordal plate and notochord requires intact Eph/ephrinB signaling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Shin, D; Garcia-Cardena, G; Hayashi, SI; Gerety, S; Asahara, T; Stavrakis, G; Isner, J; Folkman, J; Gimbrone, MA; Anderson, DJ
      Expression of ephrinB2 identifies a stable genetic difference between arterial and venous vascular smooth muscle as well as endothelial cells, and marks subsets of microvessels at sites of adult neovascularization

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Gale, NW; Baluk, P; Pan, L; Kwan, M; Holash, J; DeChiara, TM; McDonald, DM; Yancopoulos, GD
      Ephrin-B2 selectively marks arterial vessels and neovascularization sites in the adult, with expression in both endothelial and smooth-muscle cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Zhang, XQ; Takakura, N; Oike, Y; Inada, T; Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD; Suda, T
      Stromal cells expressing ephrin-B2 promote the growth and sprouting of ephrin-B2(+) endothelial cells

      BLOOD
    23. Conover, JC; Doetsch, F; Garcia-Verdugo, JM; Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD; Alvarez-Buylla, A
      Disruption of Eph/ephrin signaling affects migration and proliferation in the adult subventricular zone

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Adams, RH; Klein, R
      Eph receptors and ephrin ligands: Essential mediators of vascular development

      TRENDS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE
    25. Xu, QL; Mellitzer, G; Wilkinson, DG
      Roles of Eph receptors and ephrins in segmental patterning

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    26. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Control of cell behaviour by signalling through Eph receptors and ephrins

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    27. Matsunaga, T; Greene, MI; Davis, JG
      Distinct expression patterns of Eph receptors and ephrins relate to the structural organization of the adult rat peripheral vestibular system

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Dodelet, VC; Pasquale, EB
      Eph receptors and ephrin ligands: embryogenesis to tumorigenesis

      ONCOGENE
    29. Birgbauer, E; Cowan, CA; Sretavan, DW; Henkemeyer, M
      Kinase independent function of EphB receptors in retinal axon pathfinding to the optic disc from dorsal but not ventral retina

      DEVELOPMENT
    30. Cowan, CA; Yokoyama, N; Bianchi, LM; Henkemeyer, M; Fritzsch, B
      EphB2 guides axons at the midline and is necessary for normal vestibular function

      NEURON
    31. Krull, CE; Koblar, SA
      Motor axon pathfinding in the peripheral nervous system

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    32. Gao, PP; Sun, CH; Zhou, XF; DiCicco-Bloom, E; Zhou, RP
      Ephrins stimulate or inhibit neurite outgrowth and survival as a function of neuronal cell type

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    33. Becker, E; Huynh-Do, U; Holland, S; Pawson, T; Daniel, TO; Skolnik, EY
      Nck-interacting Ste20 kinase couples Eph receptors to c-Jun N-terminal kinase and integrin activation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Chong, LD; Park, EK; Latimer, E; Friesel, R; Daar, IO
      Fibroblast growth factor receptor-mediated rescue of x-ephrin B1-induced cell dissociation in Xenopus embryos

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Binns, KL; Taylor, PP; Sicheri, F; Pawson, T; Holland, SJ
      Phosphorylation of tyrosine residues in the kinase domain and juxtamembrane region regulates the biological and catalytic activities of eph receptors

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    36. Karam, SD; Burrows, RC; Logan, C; Koblar, S; Pasquale, EB; Bothwell, M
      Eph receptors and ephrins in the developing chick cerebellum: Relationshipto sagittal patterning and granule cell migration

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    37. Davy, A; Robbins, SM
      Ephrin-A5 modulates cell adhesion and morphology in an integrin-dependent manner

      EMBO JOURNAL
    38. Dalva, MB; Takasu, MA; Lin, MZ; Shamah, SM; Hu, L; Gale, NW; Greenberg, ME
      EphB receptors interact with NMDA receptors and regulate excitatory synapse formation

      CELL
    39. Tang, XX; Zhao, HQ; Robinson, ME; Cohen, B; Cnaan, A; London, W; Cohn, SL; Cheung, NKV; Brodeur, GM; Evans, AE; Ikegaki, N
      Implications of EPHB6, EFNB2, and EFNB3 expressions in human neuroblastoma

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    40. Cramer, KS; Rosenberger, MH; Frost, DM; Cochran, SL; Pasquale, EB; Rubel, EW
      Developmental regulation of EphA4 expression in the chick auditory brainstem

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    41. Munthe, E; Rian, E; Holien, T; Rasmussen, AM; Levy, FO; Aasheim, HC
      Ephrin-B2 is a candidate ligand for the Eph receptor, EphB6

      FEBS LETTERS
    42. Aasheim, HC; Munthe, E; Funderud, S; Smeland, EB; Beiske, K; Logtenberg, T
      A splice variant of human ephrin-A4 encodes a soluble molecule that is secreted by activated human B lymphocytes

      BLOOD
    43. Wang, XM; Roy, PJ; Holland, SJ; Zhang, LW; Culotti, JG; Pawson, T
      Multiple ephrins control cell organization in C-elegans using kinase-dependent and -independent functions of the VAB-1 Eph receptor

      MOLECULAR CELL
    44. Tang, XX; Evans, AE; Zhao, HQ; Cnaan, A; London, W; Cohn, SL; Brodeur, GM; Ikegaki, N
      High-level expression of EPHB6, EFNB2, and EFNB3 is associated with low tumor stage and high TrkA expression in human neuroblastomas

      CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    45. Helbling, PM; Saulnier, DME; Robinson, V; Christiansen, JH; Wilkinson, DG; Brandli, AW
      Comparative analysis of embryonic gene expression defines potential interaction sites for Xenopus EphB4 receptors with ephrin-B ligands

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    46. Smalla, M; Schmieder, P; Kelly, M; Ter Laak, A; Krause, G; Ball, L; Wahl, M; Bork, P; Oschkinat, H
      Solution structure of the receptor tyrosine kinase EphB2 SAM domain and identification of two distinct homotypic interaction sites

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    47. O'Leary, DDM; Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins in neural development

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    48. Ilan, N; Madri, JA
      New paradigms of signaling in the vasculature: ephrins and metalloproteases

      CURRENT OPINION IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    49. Tuttle, R; Nakagawa, Y; Johnson, JE; O'Leary, DDM
      Defects in thalamocortical axon pathfinding correlate with altered cell domains in Mash-1-deficient mice

      DEVELOPMENT
    50. Holder, N; Klein, R
      Eph receptors and ephrins: effectors of morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    51. Bruckner, K; Labrador, JP; Scheiffele, P; Herb, A; Seeburg, PH; Klein, R
      EphrinB ligands recruit GRIP family PDZ adaptor proteins into raft membrane microdomains

      NEURON
    52. Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD
      Growth factors acting via endothelial cell-specific receptor tyrosine kinases: VEGFs, angiopoietins, and ephrins in vascular development

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    53. Adams, RH; Wilkinson, GA; Weiss, C; Diella, F; Gale, NW; Deutsch, U; Risau, W; Klein, R
      Roles of ephrinB ligands and EphB receptors in cardiovascular development:demarcation of arterial/venous domains, vascular morphogenesis, and sprouting angiogenesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    54. Davy, A; Gale, NW; Murray, EW; Klinghoffer, RA; Soriano, P; Feuerstein, C; Robbins, SM
      Compartmentalized signaling by GPI-anchored ephrin-A5 requires the Fyn tyrosine kinase to regulate cellular adhesion

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    55. Kalo, MS; Pasquale, EB
      Signal transfer by Eph receptors

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    56. Janis, LS; Cassidy, RM; Kromer, LF
      Ephrin-A binding and EphA receptor expression delineate the matrix compartment of the striatum

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    57. Huynh-Do, U; Stein, E; Lane, AA; Liu, H; Cerretti, DP; Daniel, TO
      Surface densities of ephrin-B1 determine EphB1-coupled activation of cell attachment through alpha(v)beta(3) and alpha(5)beta(1) integrins

      EMBO JOURNAL
    58. Frisen, J; Holmberg, J; Barbacid, M
      Ephrins and their Eph receptors: multitalented directors of embryonic development

      EMBO JOURNAL
    59. Chin-Sang, ID; George, SE; Ding, M; Moseley, SL; Lynch, AS; Chisholm, AD
      The ephrin VAB-2/EFN-1 functions in neuronal signaling to regulate epidermal morphogenesis in C-elegans

      CELL
    60. O'Leary, DDM; Yates, PA; McLaughlin, T
      Molecular development of sensory maps: Representing sights and smells in the brain

      CELL
    61. Mellitzer, G; Xu, QL; Wilkinson, DG
      Eph receptors and ephrins restrict cell intermingling and communication

      NATURE
    62. Xu, QL; Mellitzer, G; Robinson, V; Wilkinson, DG
      In vivo cell sorting in complementary segmental domains mediated by Eph receptors and ephrins

      NATURE
    63. Lin, D; Gish, GD; Songyang, Z; Pawson, T
      The carboxyl terminus of B class ephrins constitutes a PDZ domain binding motif

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    64. Miranda, JD; White, LA; Marcillo, AE; Willson, CA; Jagid, J; Whittemore, SR
      Induction of Eph B3 after spinal cord injury

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    65. Kalo, MS; Pasquale, EB
      Multiple in vivo tyrosine phosphorylation sites in EphB receptors

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    66. TANAKA M; WANG DY; KAMO T; IGARASHI H; WANG Y; XIANG YY; TANIOKA F; NAITO Y; SUGIMURA H
      INTERACTION OF EPHB2-TYROSINE KINASE RECEPTOR AND ITS LIGAND CONVEYS DORSALIZATION SIGNAL IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS DEVELOPMENT

      Oncogene
    67. BERGEMANN AD; ZHANG L; CHIANG MK; BRAMBILLA R; KLEIN R; FLANAGAN JG
      EPHRIN-B3, A LIGAND FOR THE RECEPTOR EPHB3, EXPRESSED AT THE MIDLINE OF THE DEVELOPING NEURAL-TUBE

      Oncogene
    68. 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
    69. Helbling, PM; Tran, CT; Brandli, AW
      Requirement for EphA receptor signaling in the segregation of Xenopus third and fourth arch neural crest cells

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    70. Torres, R; Firestein, BL; Dong, HL; Staudinger, J; Olson, EN; Huganir, RL; Bredt, DS; Gale, NW; Yancopoulos, GD
      PDZ proteins bind, cluster, and synaptically colocalize with Eph receptorsand their ephrin ligands

      NEURON
    71. DURBIN L; BRENNAN C; SHIOMI K; COOKE J; BARRIOS A; SHANMUGALINGAM S; GUTHRIE B; LINDBERG R; HOLDER N
      EPH SIGNALING IS REQUIRED FOR SEGMENTATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF THESOMITES

      Genes & development
    72. Himanen, JP; Henkemeyer, M; Nikolov, DB
      Crystal structure of the ligand-binding domain of the receptor tyrosine kinase EphB2

      NATURE
    73. DOTTORI M; HARTLEY L; GALEA M; PAXINOS G; POLIZZOTTO M; KILPATRICK T; BARTLETT PF; MURPHY M; KONTGEN F; BOYD AW
      EPHA4 (SEK1) RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE IS REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENTOF THE CORTICOSPINAL TRACT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    74. NIKOLOVA Z; DJONOV V; ZUERCHER G; ANDRES AC; ZIEMIECKI A
      CELL-TYPE-SPECIFIC AND ESTROGEN-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF THE RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE EPHB4 AND ITS LIGAND EPHRIN-B2 DURING MAMMARY-GLAND MORPHOGENESIS

      Journal of Cell Science


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