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    1. Williams, CL; Noti, JD
      Reduced expression of Wnt-1 and E-cadherin, and diminished beta-catenin stability in MCF-7 breast cancer cells that overexpress protein kinase C-alpha

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    2. Hollmann, CA; Kittrell, FS; Medina, D; Butel, JS
      Wnt-1 and int-2 mammary oncogene effects on the beta-catenin pathway in immortalized mouse mammary epithelial cells are not sufficient for tumorigenesis

      ONCOGENE
    3. Olivera-Martinez, I; Thelu, J; Teillet, MA; Dhouailly, D
      Dorsal dermis development depends on a signal from the dorsal neural tube,which can be substituted by Wnt-1

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    4. Tao, WK; Pennica, D; Xu, LF; Kalejta, RF; Levine, AJ
      Wrch-1, a novel member of the Rho gene family that is regulated by Wnt-1

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    5. Tang, ZY; Kadesch, T
      Identification of a novel activation domain in the Notch-responsive transcription factor CSL

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    6. Czyz, J; Wobus, AM
      Embryonic stem cell differentiation: The role of extracellular factors

      DIFFERENTIATION
    7. Bergwitz, C; Wendlandt, T; Kispert, A; Brabant, G
      Wnts differentially regulate colony growth and differentiation of chondrogenic rat calvaria cells

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    8. Saegusa, M; Okayasu, I
      Frequent nuclear beta-catenin accumulation and associated mutations in endometrioid-type endometrial and ovarian carcinomas with squamous differentiation

      JOURNAL OF PATHOLOGY
    9. Gao, X; Bian, W; Yang, J; Tang, K; Kitani, H; Atsumi, T; Jing, N
      A role of N-cadherin in neuronal differentiation of embryonic carcinoma P19 cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Matsuda, M
      Roles of beta-catenin in somitogenesis in rat embryos

      IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL
    11. Alexander, CM; Reichsman, F; Hinkes, MT; Lincecum, J; Becker, KA; Cumberledge, S; Bernfield, M
      Syndecan-1 is required for Wnt-1-induced mammary tumorigenesis in mice

      NATURE GENETICS
    12. Li, Y; Hively, WP; Varmus, HE
      Use of MMTV-Wnt-1 transgenic mice for studying the genetic basis of breastcancer

      ONCOGENE
    13. Cui, XS; Donehower, LA
      Differential gene expression in mouse mammary adenocarcinomas in the presence and absence of wild type p53

      ONCOGENE
    14. Chai, Y; Jiang, XB; Ito, Y; Bringas, P; Han, J; Rowitch, DH; Soriano, P; McMahon, AP; Sucov, HM
      Fate of the mammalian cranial neural crest during tooth and mandibular morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Konig, A; Gradl, D; Kuhl, M; Wedlich, D
      The HMG-box transcription factor XTcf-4 demarcates the forebrain-midbrain boundary

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    16. Xu, LF; Corcoran, RB; Welsh, JW; Pennica, D; Levine, AJ
      WISP-1 is a Wnt-1-and beta-catenin-responsive oncogene

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    17. Bournat, JC; Brown, AMC; Soler, AP
      Wnt-1 dependent activation of the survival factor NF-kappa B in PC12 cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    18. Matsuda, M; Keino, H
      Roles of beta-catenin in inner ear development in rat embryos

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    19. Siegel, PM; Hardy, WR; Muller, WJ
      Mammary gland neoplasia: insights from transgenic mouse models

      BIOESSAYS
    20. Chu, T; Hullinger, H; Schilling, K; Oberdick, J
      Spatial and temporal changes in natural and target deprivation-induced cell death in the mouse inferior olive

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    21. Landesman, Y; Goodenough, DA; Paul, DL
      Gap junctional communication in the early Xenopus embryo

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    22. Grynfeld, A; Pahlman, S; Axelson, H
      Induced neuroblastoma cell differentiation, associated with transient HES-1 activity and reduced HASH-1 expression, is inhibited by Notch1

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    23. Kozlovsky, N; Belmaker, RH; Agam, G
      Low GSK-3 beta immunoreactivity in postmortem frontal cortex of schizophrenic patients

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    24. Kitajima, K; Koshimizu, U; Nakamura, T
      Expression of a novel type of classic cadherin, PB-cadherin in developing brain and limb buds

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    25. Martinez, S; Crossley, PH; Cobos, I; Rubenstein, JLR; Martin, GR
      FGF8 induces formation of an ectopic isthmic organizer and isthmocerebellar development via a repressive effect on Otx2 expression

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Liu, AM; Losos, K; Joyner, AL
      FGF8 can activate Gbx2 and transform regions of the rostral mouse brain into a hindbrain

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Tian, Q; Nakayama, T; Dixon, MP; Christian, JL
      Post-transcriptional regulation of Xwnt-8 expression is required for normal myogenesis during vertebrate embryonic development

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Miyaoka, T; Seno, H; Ishino, H
      Increased expression of Wnt-1 in schizophrenic brains

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    29. Rowitch, DH; St-Jacques, B; Lee, SMK; Flax, JD; Snyder, EY; McMahon, AP
      Sonic hedgehog regulates proliferation and inhibits differentiation of CNSprecursor cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Rowitch, DH; Kispert, A; McMahon, AP
      Pax-2 regulatory sequences that direct transgene expression in the developing neural plate and external granule cell layer of the cerebellum

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Okafuji, T; Funahashi, J; Nakamura, H
      Roles of Pax-2 in initiation of the chick tectal development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. Li, YX; Papkoff, J; Sarkar, NH
      Antisense downregulation of a mouse mammary tumor virus activated protooncogene in mouse mammary tumor cells reverses the malignant phenotype

      VIROLOGY
    33. Rowitch, DH; Danielian, PS; McMahon, AP; Zec, N
      Cystic malformation of the posterior cerebellar vermis in transgenic mice that ectopically express Engrailed-1, a homeodomain transcription factor

      TERATOLOGY
    34. Dennis, S; Aikawa, M; Szeto, W; d'Amore, PA; Papkoff, J
      A secreted Frizzled related protein, FrzA, selectively associates with Wnt-1 protein and regulates Wnt-1 signaling

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    35. Funahashi, J; Okafuji, T; Ohuchi, H; Noji, S; Tanaka, H; Nakamura, H
      Role of Pax-5 in the regulation of a mid-hindbrain organizer's activity

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    36. Nagasawa, Y; Miyoshi, Y; Iwao, K; Shinomura, Y; Matsuzawa, Y; Nakamura, Y
      Transformation and morphological changes of murine L cells by transfectionwith a mutated form of beta-catenin

      CANCER RESEARCH
    37. Hegland, DD; Sullivan, DM; Rovira, II; Li, A; Kovesdi, I; Bruder, JT; Finkel, T
      Regulation of endothelial cell adherens junctions by a Ras-dependent signal transduction pathway

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    38. MAKITA R; MIZUNO T; KOSHIDA S; KUROIWA A; TAKEDA H
      ZEBRAFISH WNT11 - PATTERN AND REGULATION OF THE EXPRESSION BY THE YOLK CELL AND NO TAIL ACTIVITY

      Mechanisms of development
    39. Riou, JF; Delarue, M; Mendez, AP; Boucaut, JC
      Role of fibroblast growth factor during early midbrain development in Xenopus

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    40. Holland, EC; Hively, WP; DePinho, RA; Varmus, HE
      A constitutively active epidermal growth factor receptor cooperates with disruption of G(1) cell-cycle arrest pathways to induce glioma-like lesions in mice

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    41. Buchner, A; Oberneder, R; Riesenberg, R; Keiditsch, E; Hofstetter, A
      Expression of plakoglobin in renal cell carcinoma

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    42. NOVAK A; HSU SC; LEUNGHAGESTEIJN C; RADEVA G; PAPKOFF J; MONTESANO R; ROSKELLEY C; GROSSCHEDL R; DEDHAR S
      CELL-ADHESION AND THE INTEGRIN-LINKED KINASE REGULATE THE LEF-1 AND BETA-CATENIN SIGNALING PATHWAYS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    43. EISENMAN LM; BROTHERS R
      ROSTRAL CEREBELLAR MALFORMATION (RCM RCM) - A MURINE MUTANT TO STUDY REGIONALIZATION OF THE CEREBELLUM/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    44. ROHWEDEL J; GUAN KM; ZUSCHRATTER W; JIN S; AHNERTHILGER G; FURST D; FASSLER R; WOBUS AM
      LOSS OF BETA(1) INTEGRIN FUNCTION RESULTS IN A RETARDATION OF MYOGENIC, BUT AN ACCELERATION OF NEURONAL, DIFFERENTIATION OF EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Developmental biology (Print)
    45. UYTTENDAELE H; SORIANO JV; MONTESANO R; KITAJEWSKI J
      NOTCH4 AND WNT-1 PROTEINS FUNCTION TO REGULATE BRANCHING MORPHOGENESIS OF MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS IN AN OPPOSING FASHION

      Developmental biology
    46. SUGIYAMA S; FUNAHASHI J; KITAJEWSKI J; NAKAMURA H
      CROSSREGULATION BETWEEN EN-2 AND WNT-1 IN CHICK TECTAL DEVELOPMENT

      Development, growth & differentiation
    47. BUIL TD; OBRIEN T; CREW J; CRANSTON D; HARRIS AL
      HIGH EXPRESSION OF WNT7B IN HUMAN SUPERFICIAL BLADDER-CANCER VS INVASIVE BLADDER-CANCER

      British Journal of Cancer
    48. DARNELL DK; SCHOENWOLF GC
      VERTICAL INDUCTION OF ENGRAILED-2 AND OTHER REGION-SPECIFIC MARKERS IN THE EARLY CHICK-EMBRYO

      Developmental dynamics
    49. PORFIRI E; RUBINFELD B; ALBERT I; HOVANES K; WATERMAN M; POLAKIS P
      INDUCTION OF A BETA-CATENIN-LEF-1 COMPLEX BY WNT-1 AND TRANSFORMING MUTANTS OF BETA-CATENIN

      Oncogene
    50. KURY P; SCHAERENWIEMERS N; MONARD D
      PROTEASE NEXIN-1 IS EXPRESSED AT THE MOUSE MET- MESENCEPHALIC JUNCTION AND FGF SIGNALING REGULATES ITS PROMOTER ACTIVITY IN PRIMARY MET-/MESENCEPHALIC CELLS/

      Development
    51. 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
    52. HUMPHREYS RC; LYDON J; OMALLEY BW; ROSEN JM
      MAMMARY-GLAND DEVELOPMENT IS MEDIATED BY BOTH STROMAL AND EPITHELIAL PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS

      Molecular endocrinology
    53. MEYER RA; COHEN MF; RECALDE S; ZAKANY J; BELL SM; SCOTT WJ; LO CW
      DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION AND ASYMMETRIC EXPRESSION OF THE GENE ENCODING CX43 GAP-JUNCTIONS IN THE MOUSE LIMB BUD

      Developmental genetics
    54. PELLEGRINO JE; LENSCH MW; MUENKE M; CHANCE PF
      CLINICAL AND MOLECULAR ANALYSIS IN JOUBERT-SYNDROME

      American journal of medical genetics
    55. RUBINFELD B; ROBBINS P; ELGAMIL M; ALBERT I; PORFIRI E; POLAKIS P
      STABILIZATION OF BETA-CATENIN BY GENETIC-DEFECTS IN MELANOMA CELL-LINES

      Science
    56. BENARIE N; BELLEN HJ; ARMSTRONG DL; MCCALL AE; GORDADZE PR; GUO QX; MATZUK MM; ZOGHBI HY
      MATH1 IS ESSENTIAL FOR GENESIS OF CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS

      Nature
    57. SCHWARZ M; ALVAREZBOLADO G; URBANEK P; BUSSLINGER M; GRUSS P
      CONSERVED BIOLOGICAL FUNCTION BETWEEN PAX-2 AND PAX-5 IN MIDBRAIN ANDCEREBELLUM DEVELOPMENT - EVIDENCE FROM TARGETED MUTATIONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    58. BUI TD; TORTORA G; CIARDIELLO F; HARRIS AL
      EXPRESSION OF WNT5A IS DOWN-REGULATED BY EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX AND MUTATED C-HA-RAS IN THE HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELL LINE MCF-1OA

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    59. WANG JW; SHACKLEFORD GM
      MURINE WNT10A AND WNT10B - CLONING AND EXPRESSION IN DEVELOPING LIMBS, FACE AND SKIN OF EMBRYOS AND IN ADULTS

      Oncogene
    60. SCHRYVER B; HINCK L; PAPKOFF J
      PROPERTIES OF WNT-1 PROTEIN THAT ENABLE CELL-SURFACE ASSOCIATION

      Oncogene
    61. ZHENG S; RAMACHANDRAN B; HAIGH JR; PALOS TP; STEGER K; HOWARD BD
      THE INDUCTION OF RET BY WNT-1 IN PC12 CELLS IS ATYPICALLY DEPENDENT ON CONTINUAL WNT-1 EXPRESSION

      Oncogene
    62. CHRISTIANSEN JH; MONKLEY SJ; WAINWRIGHT BJ
      MURINE WNT11 IS A SECRETED GLYCOPROTEIN THAT MORPHOLOGICALLY TRANSFORMS MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Oncogene
    63. BONNETON C; LARUE L; THIERY JP
      THE APC GENE-PRODUCT AND COLORECTAL CARCINOGENESIS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    64. BROCCOLI D; GODLEY IA; DONEHOWER LA; VARMUS HE; DELANGE T
      TELOMERASE ACTIVATION IN MOUSE MAMMARY-TUMORS - LACK OF DETECTABLE TELOMERE SHORTENING AND EVIDENCE FOR REGULATION OF TELOMERASE RNA WITH CELL

      Molecular and cellular biology
    65. CROSSLEY PH; MARTINEZ S; MARTIN GR
      MIDBRAIN DEVELOPMENT INDUCED BY FGF8 IN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      Nature
    66. FAVOR J; SANDULACHE R; NEUHAUSERKLAUS A; PRETSCH W; CHATTERJEE B; SENFT E; WURST W; BLANQUET V; GRIMES P; SPORLE R; SCHUGHART K
      THE MOUSE PAX2(1NEU) MUTATION IS IDENTICAL TO A HUMAN PAX2 MUTATION IN A FAMILY WITH RENAL-COLOBOMA SYNDROME AND RESULTS IN DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS OF THE BRAIN, EAR, EYE, AND KIDNEY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    67. SERBEDZIJA GN; DICKINSON M; MCMAHON AP
      CELL-DEATH IN THE CNS OF THE WNT-1 MUTANT MOUSE

      Journal of neurobiology
    68. BYERS S; PISHVAIAN M; CROCKETT C; PEER C; TOZEREN A; SPORN M; ANZANO M; LECHLEIDER R
      RETINOIDS INCREASE CELL-CELL ADHESION STRENGTH, BETA-CATENIN PROTEIN STABILITY, AND LOCALIZATION TO THE CELL-MEMBRANE IN A BREAST-CANCER CELL-LINE - A ROLE FOR SERINE KINASE-ACTIVITY

      Endocrinology
    69. KUCERA GT; BORTNER DZ; ROSENBERG MP
      OVEREXPRESSION OF AN AGOUTI CDNA IN THE SKIN OF TRANSGENIC MICE RECAPITULATES DOMINANT COAT COLOR PHENOTYPES OF SPONTANEOUS MUTANTS

      Developmental biology
    70. BOUILLET P; CHAZAUD C; OULADABDELGHANI M; DOLLE P; CHAMBON P
      SEQUENCE AND EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE STRA7 (GBX-2) HOMEOBOX-CONTAINING GENE INDUCED BY RETINOIC ACID IN P19 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      Developmental dynamics
    71. AVANTAGGIATO V; TORINO A; WONG WT; DIFIORE PP; SIMEONE A
      EXPRESSION OF THE RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE SUBSTRATE GENES EPS8 AND EPS15 DURING MOUSE DEVELOPMENT

      Oncogene
    72. PAN MG; WANG YH; HIRSCH DD; LABUDDA K; STORK PJS
      THE WNT-1 PROTOONCOGENE REGULATES MAP KINASE ACTIVATION BY MULTIPLE GROWTH-FACTORS IN PC12 CELLS

      Oncogene
    73. BALLYCUIF L; CHOLLEY B; WASSEF M
      INVOLVEMENT OF WNT-1 IN THE FORMATION OF THE MES METENCEPHALIC BOUNDARY

      Mechanisms of development
    74. ILER N; ROWITCH DH; ECHELARD Y; MCMAHON AP; ABATESHEN C
      A SINGLE HOMEODOMAIN BINDING-SITE RESTRICTS SPATIAL EXPRESSION OF WNT-1 IN THE DEVELOPING BRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    75. DONEHOWER LA; GODLEY LA; ALDAZ CM; PYLE R; SHI YP; PINKEL D; GRAY T; BRADLEY A; MEDINA D; VARMUS HE
      DEFICIENCY OF P53 ACCELERATES MAMMARY TUMORIGENESIS IN WNT-1 TRANSGENIC MICE AND PROMOTES CHROMOSOMAL INSTABILITY

      Genes & development
    76. FRITZSCH B; NICHOLS DH; ECHELARD Y; MCMAHON AP
      DEVELOPMENT OF MIDBRAIN AND ANTERIOR HINDBRAIN OCULAR MOTONEURONS IN NORMAL AND WNT-1 KNOCKOUT MICE

      Journal of neurobiology
    77. ECHELARD Y; VASSILEVA G; MCMAHON AP
      CIS-ACTING REGULATORY SEQUENCES GOVERNING WNT-1 EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING MOUSE CNS

      Development
    78. SHIMAMURA K; HIRANO S; MCMAHON AP; TAKEICHI M
      WNT-1-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF LOCAL E-CADHERIN AND ALPHA-N-CATENIN EXPRESSION IN THE EMBRYONIC MOUSE-BRAIN

      Development
    79. BALLYCUIF L; WASSEF M
      ECTOPIC INDUCTION AND REORGANIZATION OF WNT-1 EXPRESSION IN QUAIL-CHICK CHIMERAS

      Development
    80. EIZEMA K; KOSTER JG; STEGEMAN BI; BAARENDS WM; LANSER PH; DESTREE OHJ
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF ENGRAILED-1 AND WNT-1 EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    81. VINCENT JP; LAWRENCE PA
      DROSOPHILA WINGLESS SUSTAINS ENGRAILED EXPRESSION ONLY IN ADJOINING CELLS - EVIDENCE FROM MOSAIC EMBRYOS

      Cell
    82. SHANG ZG; EBRIGHT YW; ILER N; PENDERGRAST PS; ECHELARD Y; MCMAHON AP; EBRIGHT RH; ABATE C
      DNA AFFINITY CLEAVING ANALYSIS OF HOMEODOMAIN DNA INTERACTION - IDENTIFICATION OF HOMEODOMAIN CONSENSUS SITES IN GENOMIC DNA

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    83. RAMAKRISHNA NR; BROWN AMC
      WINGLESS, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF THE PROTOONCOGENE WNT-1, CAN TRANSFORM MOUSE MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Development
    84. PARKIN NT; KITAJEWSKI J; VARMUS HE
      ACTIVITY OF WNT-1 AS A TRANSMEMBRANE PROTEIN

      Genes & development
    85. TAKEICHI M; WATABE M; SHIBAMOTO S; ITO F; ODA H; UEMURA T; SHIMAMURA K
      DYNAMIC CONTROL OF CELL-CELL ADHESION FOR MULTICELLULAR ORGANIZATION

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    86. COOKE J
      EXPRESSION OF THE HNK-1 EPITOPE IS UNALTERED AMONG EARLY CHICK EPIBLAST CELLS DESPITE BEHAVIORAL TRANSFORMATION BY INDUCING FACTORS IN-VITRO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    87. AUGUSTINE K; LIU ET; SADLER TW
      ANTISENSE ATTENUATION OF WNT-1 AND WNT-3A EXPRESSION IN WHOLE-EMBRYO CULTURE REVEALS ROLES FOR THESE GENES IN CRANIOFACIAL, SPINAL-CORD, AND CARDIAC MORPHOGENESIS

      Developmental genetics
    88. KELLY GM; LAI CJ; MOON RT
      EXPRESSION OF WNT10A IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF DEVELOPING ZEBRAFISH

      Developmental biology


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