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    1. Sumariwalla, VM; Klein, WH
      Similar myogenic functions for myogenin and MRF4 but not MyoD in differentiated murine embryonic stem cells

      GENESIS
    2. Heslop, L; Beauchamp, JR; Tajbakhsh, S; Buckingham, ME; Partridge, TA; Zammit, PS
      Transplanted primary neonatal myoblasts can give rise to functional satellite cells as identified using the Myf5(nlacZ/+) mouse

      GENE THERAPY
    3. Cinnamon, Y; Kahane, N; Bachelet, I; Kalcheim, C
      The sub-lip domain - a distinct pathway for myotome precursors that demonstrate rostral-caudal migration

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. 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
    5. Carvajal, JJ; Cox, D; Summerbell, D; Rigby, PWJ
      A BAC transgenic analysis of the Mrf4/Myf5 locus reveals interdigitated elements that control activation and maintenance of gene expression during muscle development

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Hirsinger, E; Malapert, P; Dubrulle, J; Delfini, MC; Duprez, D; Henrique, D; Ish-Horowicz, D; Pourquie, O
      Notch signalling acts in postmitotic avian myogenic cells to control MyoD activation

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Umbhauer, M; Boucaut, JC; Shi, DL
      Repression of XMyoD expression and myogenesis by Xhairy-1 in Xenopus earlyembryo

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    8. Imabayashi, T; Iehara, N; Takeoka, H; Uematsu-Yanagita, M; Kataoka, H; Nishikawa, S; Sano, H; Yokode, M; Fukatsu, A; Kita, T; Doi, T
      Expression of basic helix-loop-helix proteins in the glomeruli

      CLINICAL NEPHROLOGY
    9. Porter, JD; Khanna, S; Kaminski, HJ; Rao, JS; Merriam, AP; Richmonds, CR; Leahy, P; Li, J; Andrade, FH
      Extraocular muscle is defined by a fundamentally distinct gene expression profile

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    10. Coutelle, O; Blagden, CS; Hampson, R; Halai, C; Rigby, PWJ; Hughes, SM
      Hedgehog signalling is required for maintenance of myf5 and myoD expression and timely terminal differentiation in zebrafish adaxial myogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Kablar, B; Tajbakhsh, S; Rudnicki, MA
      Transdifferentiation of esophageal smooth to skeletal muscle is myogenic bHLH factor-dependent

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Tallquist, MD; Weismann, KE; Hellstrom, M; Soriano, P
      Early myotome specification regulates PDGFA expression and axial skeleton development

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Delfini, MC; Hirsinger, E; Pourquie, O; Duprez, D
      Delta 1-activated Notch inhibits muscle differentiation without affecting Myf5 and Pax3 expression in chick limb myogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    14. Hadchouel, J; Tajbakhsh, S; Primig, M; Chang, THT; Daubas, P; Rocancourt, D; Buckingham, M
      Modular long-range regulation of Myf5 reveals unexpected heterogeneity between skeletal muscles in the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Daubas, P; Tajbakhsh, S; Hadchouel, J; Primig, M; Buckingham, M
      Myf5 is a novel early axonal marker in the mouse brain and is subjected topost-transcriptional regulation in neurons

      DEVELOPMENT
    16. Summerbell, D; Ashby, PR; Coutelle, O; Cox, D; Yee, SP; Rigby, PWJ
      The expression of Myf5 in the developing mouse embryo is controlled by discrete and dispersed enhancers specific for particular populations of skeletal muscle precursors

      DEVELOPMENT
    17. Williams, BA; Ordahl, CP
      Fate restriction in limb muscle precursor cells precedes high-level expression of MyoD family member genes

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Graves, DC; Yablonka-Reuveni, Z
      Vascular smooth muscle cells spontaneously adopt a skeletal muscle phenotype: A unique Myf(5-)/Myo(D+) myogenic program

      JOURNAL OF HISTOCHEMISTRY & CYTOCHEMISTRY
    19. Beauchamp, JR; Heslop, L; Yu, DSW; Tajbakhsh, S; Kelly, RG; Wernig, A; Buckingham, ME; Partridge, TA; Zammit, PS
      Expression of CD34 and Myf5 defines the majority of quiescent adult skeletal muscle satellite cells

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    20. Seale, P; Rudnicki, MA
      A new look at the origin, function, and "stem-cell" status of muscle satellite cells

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Noden, DM; Marcucio, R; Borycki, AG; Emerson, CP
      Differentiation of avian craniofacial muscles: I. Patterns of early regulatory gene expression and myosin heavy chain synthesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    22. Borello, U; Coletta, M; Tajbakhsh, S; Leyns, L; De Robertis, EM; Buckingham, M; Cossu, G
      Transplacental delivery of the Wnt antagonist Frzb1 inhibits development of caudal paraxial mesoderm and skeletal myogenesis in mouse embryos

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

      DEVELOPMENT
    24. Dietrich, S; Schubert, FR; Gruss, P; Lumsden, A
      The role of the notochord for epaxial myotome formation in the mouse

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    25. Cooper, RN; Tajbakhsh, S; Mouly, V; Cossu, G; Buckingham, M; Butler-Browne, GS
      In vivo satellite cell activation via Myf5 and MyoD in regenerating mouse skeletal muscle

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    26. Yablonka-Reuveni, Z; Rudnicki, MA; Rivera, AJ; Primig, M; Anderson, JE; Natanson, P
      The transition from proliferation to differentiation is delayed in satellite cells from mice lacking MyoD

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. HENNEKAM RCM; GOLDSCHMEDING R
      COMPLETE ABSENCE OF RIB OSSIFICATION, MICROGNATHIA AND EAR ANOMALIES - EXTREME EXPRESSION OF CEREBRO-COSTO-MANDIBULAR SYNDROME

      European journal of human genetics
    28. RAWLS A; VALDEZ MR; ZHANG W; RICHARDSON J; KLEIN WH; OLSON EN
      OVERLAPPING FUNCTIONS OF THE MYOGENIC BHLH GENES MRF4 AND MYOD REVEALED IN DOUBLE MUTANT MICE

      Development
    29. Tajbakhsh, S; Borello, U; Vivarelli, E; Kelly, R; Papkoff, J; Duprez, D; Buckingham, M; Cossu, G
      Differential activation of Myf5 and MyoD by different Wnts in explants of mouse paraxial mesoderm and the later activation of myogenesis in the absence of Myf5

      DEVELOPMENT
    30. RESHEF R; MAROTO M; LASSAR AB
      REGULATION OF DORSAL SOMITIC CELL FATES - BMPS AND NOGGIN CONTROL THETIMING AND PATTERN OF MYOGENIC REGULATOR EXPRESSION

      Genes & development
    31. BARJOT C; LAPLACEMARIEZE V; GANNOUNZAKI L; MCKOY G; BRIAND M; VIGNERON P; BACOU F
      EXPRESSION OF LACTATE-DEHYDROGENASE, MYOSIN HEAVY-CHAIN AND MYOGENIC REGULATORY FACTOR GENES IN RABBIT EMBRYONIC MUSCLE-CELL CULTURES

      Journal of muscle research and cell motility
    32. ASAKURA A; TAPSCOTT SJ
      APOPTOSIS OF EPAXIAL MYOTOME IN DANFORTHS SHORT-TAIL (SD) MICE IN SOMITES THAT FORM FOLLOWING NOTOCHORD DEGENERATION

      Developmental biology (Print)
    33. YAMANE A; TAKAHASHI K; MAYO M; VO H; SHUM L; ZEICHNERDAVID M; SLAVKIN HC
      INDUCED EXPRESSION OF MYOD, MYOGENIN AND DESMIN DURING MYOBLAST DIFFERENTIATION IN EMBRYONIC MOUSE TONGUE DEVELOPMENT

      Archives of oral biology
    34. MCINTOSH LM; GARRETT KL; MEGENEY L; RUDNICKI MA; ANDERSON JE
      REGENERATION AND MYOGENIC CELL-PROLIFERATION CORRELATE WITH TAURINE LEVELS IN DYSTROPHIN-DEFICIENT AND MYOD-DEFICIENT MUSCLES

      The Anatomical record
    35. WANG YK; JAENISCH R
      MYOGENIN CAN SUBSTITUTE FOR MYF5 IN PROMOTING MYOGENESIS BUT LESS EFFICIENTLY

      Development
    36. GERBER AN; KLESERT TR; BERGSTROM DA; TAPSCOTT SJ
      2 DOMAINS OF MYOD MEDIATE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF GENES IN REPRESSIVE CHROMATIN - A MECHANISM FOR LINEAGE DETERMINATION IN MYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    37. SOUMILLION A; RETTENBERGER G; VERGOUWE MN; ERKENS JHF; LENSTRA JA; PAS MFWT
      ASSIGNMENT OF THE PORCINE LOCI FOR MYOD1 TO CHROMOSOME-2 AND MYF5 TO CHROMOSOME-5

      Animal genetics
    38. POWNALL ME; STRUNK KE; EMERSON CP
      NOTOCHORD SIGNALS CONTROL THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL CASCADE OF MYOGENIC BHLH GENES IN SOMITES OF QUAIL EMBRYOS

      Development
    39. POURQUIE O; COLTEY M; BREANT C; LEDOUARIN NM
      CONTROL OF SOMITE PATTERNING BY SIGNALS FROM THE LATERAL PLATE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    40. BROAD TE; BURKIN DJ; JONES C; LEWIS PE; ANSARI HA; PEARCE PD
      MAPPING OF MYF5, C1R, MYHL, TPI1, IAPP, A2MR AND RNR ONTO SHEEP CHROMOSOME-3Q

      Animal genetics


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