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    1. Kiecker, C; Niehrs, C
      The role of prechordal mesendoderm in neural patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    2. Standley, HJ; Zorn, AM; Gurdon, JB
      eFGF and its mode of action in the community effect during Xenopus myogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Bauer, H; Lele, Z; Rauch, GJ; Geisler, R; Hammerschmidt, M
      The type I serine/threonine kinase receptor Alk8/Lost-a-fin is required for Bmp2b/7 signal transduction during dorsoventral patterning of the zebrafish embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Yao, J; Kessler, DS
      Goosecoid promotes head organizer activity by direct repression of Xwnt8 in Spemann's organizer

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Yamamoto, TS; Takagi, C; Hyodo, AC; Ueno, N
      Suppression of head formation by Xmsx-1 through the inhibition of intracellular nodal signaling

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Marvin, MJ; Di Rocco, G; Gardiner, A; Bush, SM; Lassar, AB
      Inhibition of Wnt activity induces heart formation from posterior mesoderm

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    7. Yoshimura, Y; Nomura, S; Kawasaki, S; Tsutsumimoto, T; Shimizu, T; Takaoka, K
      Colocalization of noggin and bone morphogenetic protein-4 during fracture healing

      JOURNAL OF BONE AND MINERAL RESEARCH
    8. Durand, C; Charlemagne, J; Fellah, J
      The origin of hematopoietic stem cells in amphibians

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    9. Niehrs, C
      The Spemann organizer and embryonic head induction

      EMBO JOURNAL
    10. Gilbert, SF
      Continuity and change: paradigm shifts in neural induction

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Turpen, JB; Carlson, DL; Huang, CX
      Cloning and developmental expression of Xenopus Stat1

      DEVELOPMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Beck, CW; Whitman, M; Slack, JMW
      The role of BMP signaling in outgrowth and patterning of the Xenopus tail bud

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Kumano, G; Ezal, C; Smith, WC
      Boundaries and functional domains in the animal/vegetal axis of Xenopus gastrula mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    14. Krishnan, P; King, MW; Neff, AW; Sandusky, GE; Bierman, KL; Grinnell, B; Smith, RC
      Human truncated Smad 6 (Smad 6s) inhibits the BMP pathway in Xenopus laevis

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    15. Sepich, DS; Myers, DC; Short, R; Topczewski, J; Marlow, F; Solnica-Krezel, L
      Role of the zebrafish trilobite locus in gastrulation movements of convergence and extension

      GENESIS
    16. Shim, S; Lee, SK; Han, JK
      A novel family of retrotransposons in Xenopus with a developmentally regulated expression

      GENESIS
    17. Vignali, R; Poggi, L; Madeddu, F; Barsacchi, G
      HNF1 beta is required for mesoderm induction in the Xenopus embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Angerer, LM; Oleksyn, DW; Logan, CY; McClay, DR; Dale, L; Angerer, RC
      A BMP pathway regulates cell fate allocation along the sea urchin animal-vegetal embryonic axis

      DEVELOPMENT
    19. Kazanskaya, O; Glinka, A; Niehrs, C
      The role of Xenopus dickkopf1 in prechordal plate specification and neuralpatterning

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Faure, S; Lee, MA; Keller, T; ten Dijke, P; Whitman, M
      Endogenous patterns of TGF beta superfamily signaling during early Xenopusdevelopment

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Sirotkin, HI; Dougan, ST; Schier, AF; Talbot, WS
      Bozozok and squint act in parallel to specify dorsal mesoderm and anteriorneuroectoderm in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENT
    22. Knochel, S; Schuler-Metz, A; Knochel, W
      c-Jun (AP-1) activates BMP-4 transcription in Xenopus embryos

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    23. Gammill, LS; Sive, H
      Coincidence of otx2 and BMP4 signaling correlates with Xenopus cement gland formation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    24. Dosch, R; Niehrs, C
      Requirement for anti-dorsalizing morphogenetic protein in organizer patterning

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    25. Li, WW; LoTurco, JJ
      Noggin is a negative regulator of neuronal differentiation in developing neocortex

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Schuler-Metz, A; Knochel, S; Kaufmann, E; Knochel, W
      The homeodomain transcription factor Xvent-2 mediates autocatalytic regulation of BMP-4 expression in Xenopus embryos

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    27. Osada, SI; Wright, CVE
      Xenopus nodal-related signaling is essential for mesendodermal patterning during early embryogenesis

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

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    29. Streit, A; Stern, CD
      Mesoderm patterning and somite formation during node regression: differential effects of chordin and noggin

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    30. Rastegar, S; Friedle, H; Frommer, G; Knochel, W
      Transcriptional regulation of Xvent homeobox genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    31. Cunliffe, VT; Ingham, PW
      Switching on the notochord

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    32. Gong, SG; Kiba, A
      The role of Xmsx-2 in the anterior-posterior patterning of the mesoderm inXenopus laevis

      DIFFERENTIATION
    33. Watanabe, M; Whitman, M
      The role of transcription factors involved in TGF beta superfamily signaling during development

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Onichtchouk, D; Chen, YG; Dosch, R; Gawantka, V; Dellus, H; Massague, J; Niehrs, C
      Silencing of TGF-beta signalling by the pseudoreceptor BAMBI

      NATURE
    35. Wiles, MV; Johansson, BM
      Embryonic stem cell development in a chemically defined medium

      EXPERIMENTAL CELL RESEARCH
    36. Moore, KB; Moody, SA
      Animal-vegetal asymmetries influence the earliest steps in retina fate commitment in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. Miyama, K; Yamada, G; Yamamoto, TS; Takagi, C; Miyado, K; Sakai, M; Ueno, N; Shibuya, H
      A BMP-inducible gene, D1x5, regulates osteoblast differentiation and mesoderm induction

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    38. Laurent, MN; Cho, KWY
      Bone morphogenetic protein antagonism of Spemann's organizer is independent of Wnt signaling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    39. Kobayashi, A; Sasakura, Y; Ogasawara, M; Makabe, KW
      A maternal RNA encoding smad1/5 is segregated to animal blastomeres duringascidian development

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    40. Kuroda, H; Sakumoto, H; Kinoshita, K; Asashima, M
      Changes in the adhesive properties of dissociated and reaggregated Xenopuslaevis embryo cells

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    41. Homon, JA; Gong, SG
      A statistical analysis of the overexpression of the msx2 RNA in Xenopus laevis

      ARCHIVES OF ORAL BIOLOGY
    42. HSU DR; ECONOMIDES AN; WANG XR; EIMON PM; HARLAND RM
      THE XENOPUS DORSALIZING FACTOR GREMLIN IDENTIFIES A NOVEL FAMILY OF SECRETED PROTEINS THAT ANTAGONIZE BMP ACTIVITIES

      MOLECULAR CELL
    43. HUBER TL; ZON LI
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF BLOOD FORMATION DURING XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      Seminars in immunology
    44. CHO KWY; BLITZ IL
      BMPS, SMADS AND METALLOPROTEASES - EXTRACELLULAR AND INTRACELLULAR MODES OF NEGATIVE REGULATION

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    45. STREIT A; LEE KJ; WOOL I; ROBERTS C; JESSELL TM; STERN CD
      CHORDIN REGULATES PRIMITIVE STREAK DEVELOPMENT AND THE STABILITY OF INDUCED NEURAL CELLS, BUT IS NOT SUFFICIENT FOR NEURAL INDUCTION IN THECHICK-EMBRYO

      Development
    46. Sykes, TG; Rodaway, ARF; Walmsley, ME; Patient, RK
      Suppression of GATA factor activity causes axis duplication in Xenopus

      DEVELOPMENT
    47. METZ A; KNOCHEL S; BUCHLER P; KOSTER M; KNOCHEL W
      STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE BMP-4 PROMOTER IN EARLY EMBRYOS OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Mechanisms of development
    48. BECK CW; SLACK JMW
      ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPING XENOPUS TAIL BUD REVEALS SEPARATE PHASES OF GENE-EXPRESSION DURING DETERMINATION AND OUTGROWTH

      Mechanisms of development
    49. HADEBALL B; BORCHERS A; WEDLICH D
      XENOPUS CADHERIN-11 (XCADHERIN-11) EXPRESSION REQUIRES THE WG WNT SIGNAL/

      Mechanisms of development
    50. HENIG C; ELIAS S; FRANK D
      A POU PROTEIN REGULATES MESODERMAL COMPETENCE TO FGF IN XENOPUS

      Mechanisms of development
    51. GU ZY; NOMURA M; SIMPSON BB; LEI H; FEIJEN A; VANDENEIJNDENVANRAAIJ J; DONAHOE PK; LI E
      THE TYPE-I ACTIVIN RECEPTOR ACTRIB IS REQUIRED FOR EGG CYLINDER ORGANIZATION AND GASTRULATION IN THE MOUSE

      Genes & development
    52. Orii, H; Kato, K; Agata, K; Watanabe, K
      Molecular cloning of bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) gene from the planarian Dugesia japonica

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    53. Moriya, N; Yokota, C; Ariizumi, T; Asashima, M
      In vitro control of embryonic axis formation by activin A, concanavalin A,and retinoic acid in Xenopus laevis

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    54. FRIEDLE H; RASTEGAR S; PAUL H; KAUFMANN E; KNOCHEL W
      XVENT-1 MEDIATES BMP-4-INDUCED SUPPRESSION OF THE DORSAL-LIP-SPECIFICEARLY RESPONSE GENE XFD-1' IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      EMBO journal
    55. SHIBUYA H; IWATA H; MASUYAMA N; GOTOH Y; YAMAGUCHI K; IRIE K; MATSUMOTO K; NISHIDA E; UENO N
      ROLE OF TAK1 AND TAB1 IN BMP SIGNALING IN EARLY XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      EMBO journal
    56. BECK CW; SUTHERLAND DJ; WOODLAND HR
      INVOLVEMENT OF NF-KAPPA-B ASSOCIATED PROTEINS IN FGF-MEDIATED MESODERM INDUCTION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    57. KAMATA T; DAAR IO; SUBLESKI M; COPELAND T; KUNG HF; XU RH
      XENOPUS CRMP-2 IS AN EARLY RESPONSE GENE TO NEURAL INDUCTION

      Molecular brain research
    58. CAPDEVILA J; JOHNSON RL
      ENDOGENOUS AND ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF NOGGIN SUGGESTS A CONSERVED MECHANISM FOR REGULATION OF BMP FUNCTION DURING LIMB AND SOMITE PATTERNING

      Developmental biology
    59. BIBEN C; STANLEY E; FABRI L; KOTECHA S; RHINN M; DRINKWATER C; LAH M; WANG CC; NASH A; HILTON D; ANG SL; MOHUN T; HARVEY RP
      MURINE CERBERUS HOMOLOG MCER-1 - A CANDIDATE ANTERIOR PATTERNING MOLECULE

      Developmental biology
    60. JONES CM; SMITH JC
      ESTABLISHMENT OF A BMP-4 MORPHOGEN GRADIENT BY LONG-RANGE INHIBITION

      Developmental biology
    61. Bauer, H; Meier, A; Hild, M; Stachel, S; Economides, A; Hazelett, D; Harland, RN; Hammerschmidt, M
      Follistatin and Noggin are excluded from the zeabrafish organizer

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    62. VANDENBERG DJ; SHARMA AK; BRUNO E; HOFFMAN R
      ROLE OF MEMBERS OF THE WNT GENE FAMILY IN HUMAN HEMATOPOIESIS

      Blood
    63. WEINSTEIN DC; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      NEURAL INDUCTION IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS - EVIDENCE FOR THE DEFAULT MODEL

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    64. BAKER JC; HARLAND RM
      FROM RECEPTOR TO NUCLEUS - THE SMAD PATHWAY

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    65. WITTA SE; SATO SM
      XLPOU-2 IS A POTENTIAL REGULATOR OF SPEMANN ORGANIZER

      Development
    66. CHANG CB; WILSON PA; MATHEWS LS; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      A XENOPUS TYPE-I ACTIVIN RECEPTOR MEDIATES MESODERMAL BUT NOT NEURAL SPECIFICATION DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development
    67. MIYA T; MORITA K; SUZUKI A; UENO N; SATOH N
      FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF AN ASCIDIAN HOMOLOG OF VERTEBRATE BMP-2 BMP-4 SUGGESTS ITS ROLE IN THE INHIBITION OF NEURAL FATE SPECIFICATION/

      Development
    68. KISHIMOTO Y; LEE KH; ZON L; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; SCHULTEMERKER S
      THE MOLECULAR NATURE OF ZEBRAFISH SWIRL - BMP2 FUNCTION IS ESSENTIAL DURING EARLY DORSOVENTRAL PATTERNING

      Development
    69. CANDIA AF; WATABE T; HAWLEY SHB; ONICHTCHOUK D; ZHANG Y; DERYNCK R; NIEHRS C; CHO KWY
      CELLULAR INTERPRETATION OF MULTIPLE TGF-BETA SIGNALS - INTRACELLULAR ANTAGONISM BETWEEN ACTIVIN BVG1 AND BMP-2/4 SIGNALING MEDIATED BY SMADS/

      Development
    70. HANSEN CS; MARION CD; STEELE K; GEORGE S; SMITH WC
      DIRECT NEURAL INDUCTION AND SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF MESODERM AND EPIDERMIS INDUCERS BY XNR3

      Development
    71. ARMES NA; SMITH JC
      THE ALK-2 AND ALK-4 ACTIVIN RECEPTORS TRANSDUCE DISTINCT MESODERM-INDUCING SIGNALS DURING EARLY XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT BUT DO NOT COOPERATE TOESTABLISH THRESHOLDS

      Development
    72. SUZUKI A; UENO N; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      XENOPUS MSX1 MEDIATES EPIDERMAL INDUCTION AND NEURAL INHIBITION BY BMP4

      Development
    73. DOSCH R; GAWANTKA V; DELIUS H; BLUMENSTOCK C; NIEHRS C
      BMP-4 ACTS AS A MORPHOGEN IN DORSOVENTRAL MESODERM PATTERNING IN XENOPUS

      Development
    74. CHIN AJ; CHEN JN; WEINBERG ES
      BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-4 EXPRESSION CHARACTERIZES INDUCTIVE BOUNDARIES IN ORGANS OF DEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH

      Development, genes and evolution
    75. KUME S; MUTO A; OKANO H; MIKOSHIBA K
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF THE INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTORAND LOCALIZATION OF INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Mechanisms of development
    76. FAINSOD A; DEISSLER K; YELIN R; MAROM K; EPSTEIN M; PILLEMER G; STEINBEISSER H; BLUM M
      THE DORSALIZING AND NEURAL INDUCING GENE FOLLISTATIN IS AN ANTAGONISTOF BMP-4

      Mechanisms of development
    77. NIKAIDO M; TADA M; SAJI T; UENO N
      CONSERVATION OF BMP SIGNALING IN ZEBRAFISH MESODERM PATTERNING

      Mechanisms of development
    78. MEERSSEMAN G; VERSCHUEREN K; NELLES L; BLUMENSTOCK C; KRAFT H; WUYTENS G; REMACLE J; KOZAK CA; TYLZANOWSKI P; NIEHRS C; HUYLEBROECK D
      THE C-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF MAD-LIKE SIGNAL TRANSDUCERS IS SUFFICIENT FOR BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY IN THE XENOPUS EMBRYO AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Mechanisms of development
    79. SADLER TW; ROGERS M; SLAVKIN H; LAUDER J; MANESS P; LINNEY E; SULIK K; MIRKES P
      GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION FACTORS

      Reproductive toxicology
    80. XU RH; KIM J; TAIRA M; LIN JJ; ZHANG CH; SREDNI D; EVANS T; KUNG HF
      DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF NEUROGENESIS BY THE 2 XENOPUS GATA-1 GENES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    81. CARNAC G; GURDON JB
      THE COMMUNITY EFFECT IN XENOPUS MYOGENESIS IS PROMOTED BY DORSALIZINGFACTORS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    82. EKANAYAKE S; HALL BK
      THE IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO EFFECTS OF BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-2 ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK MANDIBLE

      The International journal of developmental biology
    83. REBBERT ML; DAWID IB
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF THE XLIM-1 GENE BY ACTIVIN IS MEDIATED BY AN ELEMENT IN INTRON-I

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    84. ETKIN LD; ELHODIRI HM; NAKAMURA H; WU CF; SHOU WN; GONG SG
      CHARACTERIZATION AND FUNCTION OF XNF7 DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF XENOPUS

      Journal of cellular physiology
    85. SUZUKI AS; YAMAMOTO Y; IMOH H
      DIRECT EVIDENCE OF AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR EXTENDED INVOLUTION IN THE SPECIFICATION OF A DORSAL MARGINAL MESODERM DURING CYNOPS GASTRULATION

      Development, growth & differentiation
    86. REILLY KM; MELTON DA
      THE ROLE OF SHORT-RANGE AND LONG-RANGE SIGNALING IN MESODERM INDUCTION AND PATTERNING DURING XENOPUS DEVELOPMENT

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    87. CONLON FL; JONES CM; SMITH JC
      FROM MOUSE TO FROGS - IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF GENESREQUIRED FOR INDUCTION AND PATTERNING OF THE MESODERM

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    88. IKEDA T; TAKAHASHI H; SUZUKI A; UENO N; YOKOSE S; YAMAGUCHI A; YOSHIKI S
      CLONING OF RAT TYPE-I RECEPTOR CDNA FOR BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-2 AND BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-4, AND THE LOCALIZATION COMPARED WITH THAT OF THE LIGANDS

      Developmental dynamics
    89. HAFFTER P; GRANATO M; BRAND M; MULLINS MC; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; KANE DA; ODENTHAL J; VANEEDEN FJM; JIANG YJ; HEISENBERG CP; KELSH RN; FURUTANISEIKI M; VOGELSANG E; BEUCHLE D; SCHACH U; FABIAN C; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      THE IDENTIFICATION OF GENES WITH UNIQUE AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ZEBRAFISH, DANIO-RERIO

      Development
    90. HAMMERSCHMIDT M; PELEGRI F; MULLINS MC; KANE DA; VANEEDEN FJM; GRANATO M; BRAND M; FURUTANISEIKI M; HAFFTER P; HEISENBERG CP; JIANG YJ; KELSH RN; ODENTHAL J; WARGA RM; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      DINO AND MERCEDES, 2 GENES REGULATING DORSAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO

      Development
    91. LADHER R; MOHUN TJ; SMITH JC; SNAPE AM
      XOM - A XENOPUS HOMEOBOX GENE THAT MEDIATES THE EARLY EFFECTS OF BMP-4

      Development
    92. NEWFELD SJ; CHARTOFF EH; GRAFF JM; MELTON DA; GELBART WM
      MOTHERS AGAINST DPP ENCODES A CONSERVED CYTOPLASMIC PROTEIN REQUIRED IN DPP TGF-BETA RESPONSIVE CELLS/

      Development
    93. ONICHTCHOUK D; GAWANTKA V; DOSCH R; DELIUS H; HIRSCHFELD K; BLUMENSTOCK C; NIEHRS C
      THE XVENT-2 HOMEOBOX GENE IS PART OF THE BMP-4 SIGNALING PATHWAY CONTROLLING DORSOVENTRAL PATTERNING OF XENOPUS MESODERM

      Development
    94. GLINKA A; DELIUS H; BLUMENSTOCK C; NIEHRS C
      COMBINATORIAL SIGNALING BY XWNT-11 AND XNR3 IN THE ORGANIZER EPITHELIUM

      Mechanisms of development
    95. KAO KR; LOCKWOOD A
      NEGATIVE REGULATION OF DORSAL PATTERNING IN EARLY EMBRYOS BY OVEREXPRESSION OF XRE1A, A XENOPUS HOMOLOG OF NF-KAPPA-B

      Mechanisms of development
    96. WATANABE Y; LEDOUARIN NM
      A ROLE FOR BMP-4 IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUBCUTANEOUS CARTILAGE

      Mechanisms of development
    97. DEVRIES CJM; DEBOER J; JOORE J; STRAHLE U; VANACHTERBERG TAE; HUYLEBROECK D; VERSCHUEREN K; MIYAZONO K; VANDENEIJNDENVANRAAIJ AJM; ZIVKOVIC D
      ACTIVE COMPLEX-FORMATION OF TYPE-I AND TYPE-II ACTIVIN AND TGF-BETA RECEPTORS IN-VIVO AS STUDIED BY OVEREXPRESSION IN ZEBRAFISH EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    98. HOGAN BLM
      BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS - MULTIFUNCTIONAL REGULATORS OF VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    99. KRATOCHWIL K; DULL M; FARINAS I; GALCERAN T; GROSSCHEDL R
      LEF1 EXPRESSION IS ACTIVATED BY BMP-4 AND REGULATES INDUCTIVE TISSUE INTERACTIONS IN TOOTH AND HAIR DEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    100. KAUFMANN E; PAUL H; FRIEDLE H; METZ A; SCHEUCHER M; CLEMENT JH; KNOCHEL W
      ANTAGONISTIC ACTIONS OF ACTIVIN-A AND BMP-2 4 CONTROL DORSAL LIP-SPECIFIC ACTIVATION OF THE EARLY RESPONSE GENE XFD-1' IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS EMBRYOS/

      EMBO journal


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