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    1. Rathjen, J; Dunn, S; Bettess, MD; Rathjen, PD
      Lineage specific differentiation of pluripotent cells in vitro: a role forextraembryonic cell types

      REPRODUCTION FERTILITY AND DEVELOPMENT
    2. Kozyraki, R
      Cubilin, a multifunctional epithelial receptor: an overview

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE-JMM
    3. Baron, MH
      Induction of embryonic hematopoietic and endothelial stem/progenitor cellsby hedgehog-mediated signals

      DIFFERENTIATION
    4. Moestrup, SK; Verroust, PJ
      Megalin- and cubilin-mediated endocytosis of protein-bound vitamins, lipids, and hormones in polarized epithelia

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    5. Abdulrazzaq, YM; Padmanabhan, R; Bastaki, SMA; Ibrahim, A; Bener, A
      Placental transfer of vigabatrin (gamma-vinyl GABA) and its effect on concentration of amino acids in the embryo of TO mice

      TERATOLOGY
    6. Hamazaki, T; Iiboshi, Y; Oka, M; Papst, PJ; Meacham, AM; Zon, LI; Terada, N
      Hepatic maturation in differentiating embryonic stem cells in vitro

      FEBS LETTERS
    7. Guo, XX; He, FH
      Properties and applications of embryonic stem cells

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    8. Karabulut, AK; Layfield, R; Pratten, MK
      Growth-promoting effects of different fractions of extra-embryonic coelomic fluid on embryonic development

      Anatomia, histologia, embryologia
    9. Richardson, SJ; Southwell, BR; Jaworowski, A
      The rat visceral yolk sac internalizes maternal transferrin and secretes hydrolyzed products towards the fetus

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Fawcett, LB; Pugarelli, JE; Brent, RL
      Effects of supplemental methionine on antiserum-induced dysmorphology in rat embryos cultured in vitro

      TERATOLOGY
    11. Hole, N
      Embryonic stem cell-derived haematopoiesis

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    12. Christensen, EI; Moskaug, JO; Vorum, H; Jacobsen, C; Gundersen, TE; Nykjaer, A; Blomhoff, R; Willnow, TE; Moestrup, SK
      Evidence for an essential role of megalin in transepithelial transport of retinol

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
    13. Abelev, GI; Eraiser, TL
      Cellular aspects of alpha-fetoprotein reexpression in tumors

      SEMINARS IN CANCER BIOLOGY
    14. Pugarelli, JE; Brent, RL; Lloyd, JB
      Effects of methionine supplement on methionine incorporation in rat embryos cultured in vitro

      TERATOLOGY
    15. Rathjen, J; Lake, JA; Bettess, MD; Washington, JM; Chapman, G; Rathjen, PD
      Formation of a primitive ectoderm like cell population, EPL cells, from EScells in response to biologically derived factors

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    16. Kawashima-Ohya, Y; Kurata, Y; Yan, WQ; Kawamoto, T; Noshiro, M; Kato, Y
      Retinol-binding protein is produced by rabbit chondrocytes and responds toparathyroid hormone (PTH)/PTH-related peptide-cyclic adenosine monophosphate pathway

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Sol-Church, K; Shipley, J; Beekman, DA; Mason, RW
      Expression of cysteine proteases in extraembryonic tissues during mouse embryogenesis

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    18. REECE EA; HOMKO CJ; WU YK; WIZNITZER A
      THE ROLE OF FREE-RADICALS AND MEMBRANE-LIPIDS IN DIABETES-INDUCED CONGENITAL-MALFORMATIONS

      Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation
    19. Zhang, XJ; Tsung, HC; Caen, JP; Li, XL; Yao, Z; Han, ZC
      Vasculogenesis from embryonic bodies of murine embryonic stem cells transfected by TGF-beta 1 gene

      ENDOTHELIUM-NEW YORK
    20. RATHJEN PD; LAKE J; WHYATT LM; BETTESS MD; RATHJEN J
      PROPERTIES AND USES OF EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS - PROSPECTS FOR APPLICATION TO HUMAN BIOLOGY AND GENE-THERAPY

      Reproduction, fertility and development
    21. DRAGATSIS I; EFSTRATIADIS A; ZEITLIN S
      MOUSE MUTANT EMBRYOS LACKING HUNTINGTIN ARE RESCUED FROM LETHALITY BYWILD-TYPE EXTRAEMBRYONIC TISSUES

      Development
    22. BAN Y; MAKITA T
      A CALCIUM AGONIST, BAY-K-8644, SUPPRESSES THE EMBRYOTOXIC EFFECTS INDUCED BY DIHYDROPYRIDINES CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS IN CULTURED RAT EMBRYOS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    23. BECKMAN DA; LLOYD JB; BRENT RL
      QUANTITATIVE STUDIES ON THE MECHANISMS OF AMINO-ACID SUPPLY TO RAT EMBRYOS DURING ORGANOGENESIS

      Reproductive toxicology
    24. PRATTEN MK
      THE ROLE OF EXOGENOUS GROWTH-PROMOTING FACTORS AND THEIR RECEPTORS INEMBRYOGENESIS

      Reproductive toxicology
    25. SHAMBLOTT MJ; AXELMAN J; WANG SP; BUGG EM; LITTLEFIELD JW; DONOVAN PJ; BLUMENTHAL PD; HUGGINS GR; GEARHART JD
      DERIVATION OF PLURIPOTENT STEM-CELLS HORN CULTURED HUMAN PRIMORDIAL GERM-CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    26. HATZOPOULOS AK; RIGOTTI A; ROSENBERG RD; KRIEGER M
      TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL PATTERN OF EXPRESSION OF THE HDL RECEPTOR SR-BI DURING MURINE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Journal of lipid research
    27. GABRIEL HD; JUNG D; BUTZLER C; TEMME A; TRAUB O; WINTERHAGER E; WILLECKE K
      TRANSPLACENTAL UPTAKE OF GLUCOSE IS DECREASED IN EMBRYONIC LETHAL CONNEXIN26-DEFICIENT MICE

      The Journal of cell biology
    28. WARD SJ; MORRISSKAY GM
      THE FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC RETINOIC ACID SIGNALING IN EMBRYOS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. DUNCAN SA; ZHONG Z; WEN ZL; DARNELL JE
      STAT SIGNALING IS ACTIVE DURING EARLY MAMMALIAN DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    30. BECKMAN DA; TU C
      LEUCINE SOURCES FOR 10.5-DAY RAT CONCEPTUS IN-VIVO

      Reproductive toxicology
    31. LLOYD JB
      LYSOSOMES AND TERATOGENESIS - FROM HYPOTHESIS TO DOGMA AND BACK

      Reproductive toxicology
    32. BECKMAN DA
      MECHANISMS OF AMINO-ACID SUPPLY TO THE RAT CONCEPTUS IN NORMAL AND ABNORMAL-DEVELOPMENT

      Reproductive toxicology
    33. POLLIOTTI BM; PANIGEL M; MILLER RK
      FREE VITAMIN-B-12 AND TRANSCOBALAMIN-II VITAMIN-B-12 COMPLEX UPTAKE BY THE VISCERAL YOLK-SAC OF THE SPRAGUE-DAWLEY RAT - EFFECT OF INHIBITORS

      Reproductive toxicology
    34. WEISS MJ
      EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS AND HEMATOPOIETIC STEM-CELL BIOLOGY

      Hematology/oncology clinics of North America
    35. HATAE T; ICHIMURA T; ISHIDA T; SAKURAI T
      APICAL TUBULAR NETWORK IN THE RAT-KIDNEY PROXIMAL TUBULE CELLS STUDIED BY THICK-SECTION AND SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Cell and tissue research
    36. LEVINSONDUSHNIK M; BENVENISTY N
      INVOLVEMENT OF HEPATOCYTE NUCLEAR FACTOR-3 IN ENDODERM DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    37. FLEMING A; GERRELLI D; GREENE NDE; COPP AJ
      MECHANISMS OF NORMAL AND ABNORMAL NEURULATION - EVIDENCE FROM EMBRYO CULTURE STUDIES

      The International journal of developmental biology
    38. SADLER TW
      MOUSE EMBRYOS IN CULTURE - MODELS FOR UNDERSTANDING DIABETES-INDUCED EMBRYOPATHIES AND GENE-FUNCTION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    39. ELLINGTON SKL
      EFFECTS OF EXCESS GLUCOSE ON MAMMALIAN POSTIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    40. BECKMAN DA; LLOYD JB; BRENT RL
      INVESTIGATIONS INTO MECHANISMS OF AMINO-ACID SUPPLY TO THE RAT EMBRYOUSING WHOLE-EMBRYO CULTURE

      The International journal of developmental biology
    41. PRATTEN MK
      THE ROLE OF EXOGENOUS GROWTH-PROMOTING FACTORS AND THEIR RECEPTORS INORGANOGENESIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    42. YOUNG D; KLEMM AR; BECKMAN DA; BRENT RL; LLOYD JB
      UPTAKE AND PROCESSING OF FE-59-LABELED AND I-125 LABELED RAT TRANSFERRIN BY EARLY ORGANOGENESIS RAT CONCEPTUSES IN-VITRO

      Placenta
    43. BECKMAN DA; BRENT RL; LLOYD JB
      LEUCINE SOURCES FOR THE RAT FETUS

      Placenta
    44. ROSEN ED; CHAN JCY; IDUSOGIE E; CLOTMAN F; VLASUK G; LUTHER T; JALBERT LR; ALBRECHT S; ZHONG L; LISSENS A; SCHOONJANS L; MOONS L; COLLEN D; CASTELLINO FJ; CARMELLET P
      MICE LACKING FACTOR-VII DEVELOP NORMALLY BUT SUFFER FATAL PERINATAL BLEEDING

      Nature
    45. BABIN PJ; THISSE C; DURLIAT M; ANDRE M; AKIMENKO MA; THISSE B
      BOTH APOLIPOPROTEIN-E AND A-I GENES ARE PRESENT IN A NONMAMMALIAN VERTEBRATE AND ARE HIGHLY EXPRESSED DURING EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    46. ROSTI V; TREMML G; SOARES V; PANDOLFI PP; LUZZATTO L; BESSLER M
      MURINE EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS WITHOUT PIG-A GENE ACTIVITY ARE COMPETENTFOR HEMATOPOIESIS WITH THE PNH PHENOTYPE BUT NOT FOR CLONAL EXPANSION

      The Journal of clinical investigation
    47. SAGARA T; FUJIMURA T; FURUKAWA H; DOI Y; NISHINO T; MAKISHIMA K; FUJIMOTO S
      APICAL TUBULES IN MARGINAL CELLS OF THE DIFFERENTIATING STRIA VASCULARIS

      The Anatomical record
    48. YASUDA Y; OKANO M; NAGAO M; MASUDA S; KONISHI H; UEDA K; MATSUO T; TSUJIGUCHI K; TAJIMA S; SASAKI R; TANIMURA T
      ERYTHROPOIETIN IN MOUSE AVASCULAR YOLK SACS IS INCREASED BY RETINOIC ACID

      Developmental dynamics
    49. BAN Y; NAKATSUKA T; MATSUMOTO H; IKEMOTO F; MAKITA T
      SUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF BAY-K-8644 ON TOXICITY OF CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKERS IN CULTURED RAT EMBRYOS

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    50. VERROUST PJ; CHRISTENSEN EI; HAMMOND TG
      ENDOCYTOSIS AND RECEPTORS - MOLECULAR AND PHYSIOPATHOLOGICAL ASPECTS

      Nephrologie
    51. KITZMILLER JL; COMBS CA; BUCHANAN TA; RATNER RE; KJOS S
      PRE-CONCEPTION CARE OF DIABETES, CONGENITAL-MALFORMATIONS, AND SPONTANEOUS-ABORTIONS

      Diabetes care
    52. LLOYD JB; BRENT RL; BECKMAN DA
      SOURCES OF AMINO-ACIDS FOR PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS DURING EARLY ORGANOGENESIS IN THE RAT .3. METHIONINE INCORPORATION

      Placenta
    53. REECE EA; HOMKO CJ; WU YK
      MULTIFACTORIAL BASIS OF THE SYNDROME OF DIABETIC EMBRYOPATHY

      Teratology
    54. ABE K; NIWA H; IWASE K; TAKIGUCHI M; MORI A; ABE S; ABE K; YAMAMURA K
      ENDODERM-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION IN EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS DIFFERENTIATED TO EMBRYOID BODIES

      Experimental cell research
    55. MENEGOLA E; BROCCIA ML; PRATI M; RICOLFI R; GIAVINI E
      GLUTATHIONE STATUS IN DIABETES-INDUCED EMBRYOPATHIES

      Biology of the neonate
    56. ORNOY A; ZAKEN V; ABIR R; YAFFE P; RAZ I
      EFFECTS ON RAT EMBRYOS OF CULTURE IN SERUM OF WOMEN WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES

      Toxicology in vitro
    57. FAWCETT LB; BECKMAN DA; FAWCETT PT; BRENT RL; LLOYD JB
      PHARMACOKINETICS OF TERATOGENIC ANTIBODIES ADMINISTERED TO RATS

      Teratology
    58. HIRANRUENGCHOK R; HARRIS C
      DIAMIDE-INDUCED ALTERATIONS OF INTRACELLULAR THIOL STATUS AND THE REGULATION OF GLUCOSE-METABOLISM IN THE DEVELOPING RAT CONCEPTUS IN-VITRO

      Teratology
    59. PLONNE D; HELLER H; KAHLERT U; DARGEL R
      QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN-B CONTAINING LIPOPROTEINS PRODUCED BY THE VISCERAL RAT YOLK-SAC IN 2 DIFFERENT IN-VITRO SYSTEMS - ORGAN-CULTURE AND ISOLATED EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN SUSPENSION-CULTURE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    60. TARAVIRAS S; MONAGHAN AP; SCHUTZ G; KELSEY G
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MOUSE HNF-4 GENE AND ITS EXPRESSION DURING MOUSE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Mechanisms of development
    61. ANDREWS JE; EBRONMCCOY M; LOGSDON TR; RICHARDS J; ROGERS JM
      GAMMA-GLUTAMYL-TRANSFERASE (GGT) ACTIVITY AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF RAT VISCERAL YOLK-SAC DURING GESTATION WITH OR WITHOUT TRYPANBLUE EXPOSURE

      Reproductive toxicology
    62. MCNUTT TL; HARRIS C
      LINDANE EMBRYOTOXICITY AND DIFFERENTIAL ALTERATION OF CYSTEINE AND GLUTATHIONE LEVELS IN RAT EMBRYOS AND VISCERAL YOLK SACS

      Reproductive toxicology
    63. BAN Y; KONISHI R; KAWANA KI; NAKATSUKA T; FUJII T; MANSON JM
      EMBRYOTOXIC EFFECTS OF L-691,121, A CLASS-III ANTIARRHYTHMIC AGENT, IN RATS

      Archives of toxicology
    64. SIBLEY CP
      REVIEW ARTICLE - MECHANISMS OF ION TRANSFER BY THE RAT PLACENTA - A MODEL FOR THE HUMAN PLACENTA

      Placenta
    65. KOSZALKA TR; ANDREW CL; BRENT RL; BECKMAN DA; LLOYD JB
      AMINO-ACID-REQUIREMENTS IN THE EARLY POSTIMPLANTATION RAT CONCEPTUS

      Placenta
    66. AMBROSO JL; HARRIS C
      IN-VITRO EMBRYOTOXICITY OF THE CYSTEINE PROTEINASE-INHIBITORS NZYLOXYCARBONYL-PHENYLALANINE-ALANINE-DIAZOMETHANE (Z-PHE-ALA-CHN2) AND YCARBONYL-PHENYLALANINE-PHENYLALANINE-DIAZOMETHANE (Z-PHE-PHE-CHN2)

      Teratology
    67. SPENCE SG; VETTER C; HOE CM
      EFFECTS OF THE CLASS-III ANTIARRHYTHMIC, DOFETILIDE (UK-68,798) ON THE HEART-RATE OF MIDGESTATION RAT EMBRYOS, IN-VITRO

      Teratology
    68. GULBIS B; JAUNIAUX E; DECUYPER J; THIRY P; JURKOVIC D; CAMPBELL S
      DISTRIBUTION OF IRON AND IRON-BINDING PROTEINS IN FIRST-TRIMESTER HUMAN PREGNANCIES

      Obstetrics and gynecology
    69. DUNCAN SA; MANOVA K; CHEN WS; HOODLESS P; WEINSTEIN DC; BACHVAROVA RF; DARNELL JE
      EXPRESSION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR HNF-4 IN THE EXTRAEMBRYONIC ENDODERM, GUT, AND NEPHROGENIC TISSUE OF THE DEVELOPING MOUSE EMBRYO - HNF-4IS A MARKER FOR PRIMARY ENDODERM IN THE IMPLANTING BLASTOCYST

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    70. AMBROSO JL; HARRIS C
      CHLOROQUINE ACCUMULATION AND ALTERATIONS OF PROTEOLYSIS AND PINOCYTOSIS IN THE RAT CONCEPTUS IN-VITRO

      Biochemical pharmacology
    71. LEPANSE S; AYANI E; MULLIEZ N; CHATELET F; CYWINERGOLENZER C; GALCERAN M; CITADELLE D; ROUX C; RONCO P; VERROUST P
      ANTIBODIES TO THE 280-KD COATED PIT PROTEIN, TARGET OF TERATOGENIC ANTIBODIES, PRODUCE ALTERATIONS IN THE TRAFFIC OF INTERNALIZED PROTEINS

      The American journal of pathology
    72. KLUG S; NEUBERT D
      THE USE OF WHOLE-EMBRYO CULTURE TO ELUCIDATE TERATOGENIC MECHANISMS

      Toxicology in vitro
    73. SALIER JP; CHAN P; RAGUENEZ G; ZWINGMAN T; ERICKSON RP
      DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED TRANSCRIPTION OF THE 4 LIVER-SPECIFIC GENESFOR INTER-ALPHA-INHIBITOR FAMILY IN MOUSE

      Biochemical journal
    74. ANDREWS JE; ROGERS JM; EBRONMCCOY M; LOGSDON TR; MONKS TJ; LAU SS
      DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY OF BROMOHYDROQUINONE (BHQ) AND BHQ-GLUTATHIONECONJUGATES INVIVO AND IN WHOLE EMBRYO CULTURE

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    75. AMBROSO JL; HARRIS C
      CHLOROQUINE EMBRYOTOXICITY IN THE POSTIMPLANTATION RAT CONCEPTUS IN-VITRO

      Teratology
    76. SAHALI D; MULLIEZ N; CHATELET F; LAURENTWINTER C; CITADELLE D; SABOURIN JC; ROUX C; RONCO P; VERROUST P
      COMPARATIVE IMMUNOCHEMISTRY AND ONTOGENY OF 2 CLOSELY RELATED COATED PIT PROTEINS - THE 280-KD TARGET OF TERATOGENIC ANTIBODIES AND THE 330-KD TARGET OF NEPHRITOGENIC ANTIBODIES

      The American journal of pathology


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