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    1. Roth, SM; Schrager, MA; Ferrell, RE; Riechman, SE; Metter, EJ; Lynch, NA; Lindle, RS; Hurley, BF
      CNTF genotype is associated with muscular strength and quality in humans across the adult age span

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Liang, FQ; Dejneka, NS; Cohen, DR; Krasnoperova, NV; Lem, J; Maguire, AM; Dudus, L; Fisher, KJ; Bennett, J
      AAV-mediated delivery of ciliary neurotrophic factor prolongs photoreceptor survival in the rhodopsin knockout mouse

      MOLECULAR THERAPY
    3. Cocco, RE; Ucker, DS
      Distinct modes of macrophage recognition for apoptotic and necrotic cells are not specified exclusively by phosphatidylserine exposure

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    4. Dietz, GPH; Kilic, E; Bahr, M; Isenmann, S
      Bcl-2 is not required in retinal ganglion cells surviving optic nerve axotomy

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Virgos, C; Martorell, L; Valero, J; Figuera, L; Civeira, F; Joven, J; Labad, A; Vilella, E
      Association study of schizophrenia with polymorphisms at six candidate genes

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    6. Kanazawa, M; Ogata, Y; Aoyagi, K; Stearns, ME; Shirouzu, K
      Significance of cysteine rich transcription factor (CRTF) in the synthesisof tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases 1 (TIMP-1) in gastrointestinal cancers

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH
    7. Castoldi, E; Lunghi, B; Mingozzi, F; Muleo, G; Redaelli, R; Mariani, G; Bernardi, F
      A missense mutation (Y1702C) in the coagulation factor V gene is a frequent cause of factor V deficiency in the Italian population

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    8. Zhong, SP; Ma, WY; Quealy, JA; Zhang, YG; Dong, ZG
      Organ-specific distribution of AP-1 in AP-1 luciferase transgenic mice during the maturation process

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Sharp, AH; Black, JL; Dubel, SJ; Sundarraj, S; Shen, JP; Yunker, AMR; Copeland, TD; McEnery, MW
      Biochemical and anatomical evidence for specialized voltage-dependent calcium channel gamma isoform expression in the epileptic and ataxic mouse, stargazer

      NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Smythe, GM; Davies, MJ; Paulin, D; Grounds, MD
      Absence of desmin slightly prolongs myoblast proliferation and delays fusion in vivo in regenerating grafts of skeletal muscle

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    11. Kelly, PA; Binart, N; Freemark, M; Lucas, B; Goffin, V; Bouchard, B
      Prolactin receptor signal transduction pathways and actions determined in prolactin receptor knockout mice

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    12. McClellan, KA; Robertson, FG; Kindblom, J; Wennbo, H; Tornell, J; Bouchard, B; Kelly, PA; Ormandy, CJ
      Investigation of the role of prolactin in the development and function of the lacrimal and Harderian glands using genetically modified mice

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    13. Kelly, PA; Binart, N; Lucas, B; Bouchard, B; Goffin, V
      Implications of multiple phenotypes observed in prolactin receptor knockout mice

      FRONTIERS IN NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY
    14. Anagnostopoulos, AV; Mobraaten, LE; Sharp, JJ; Davisson, MT
      Transgenic and knockout databases: Behavioral profiles of mouse mutants

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    15. Grady, SR; Meinerz, NM; Cao, J; Reynolds, AM; Picciotto, MR; Changeux, JP; McIntosh, JM; Marks, MJ; Collins, AC
      Nicotinic agonists stimulate acetylcholine release from mouse interpeduncular nucleus: a function mediated by a different nAChR than dopamine releasefrom striatum

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    16. Chidgey, M; Brakebusch, C; Gustafsson, E; Cruchley, A; Hail, C; Kirk, S; Merritt, A; North, A; Tselepis, C; Hewitt, J; Byrne, C; Fassler, R; Garrod, D
      Mice lacking desmocollin 1 show epidermal fragility accompanied by barrierdefects and abnormal differentiation

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    17. Huhtaniemi, I; Bartke, A
      Perspective: Male reproduction

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    18. Craven, AJ; Ormandy, CJ; Robertson, FG; Wilkins, RJ; Kelly, PA; Nixon, AJ; Pearson, AJ
      Prolactin signaling influences the timing mechanism of the hair follicle: Analysis of hair growth cycles in prolactin receptor knockout mice

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    19. Bonnette, SG; Hadsell, DL
      Targeted disruption of the IGF-I receptor gene decreases cellular proliferation in mammary terminal end buds

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    20. Jiang, FJ; Frederick, TJ; Wood, TL
      IGF-I synergizes with FGF-2 to stimulate oligodendrocyte progenitor entry into the cell cycle

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. van Wijk, R; Nieuwenhuis, K; van den Berg, M; Huizinga, EG; van der Meijden, BB; Kraaijenhagen, RJ; van Solinge, WW
      Five novel mutations in the gene for human blood coagulation factor V associated with type I factor N deficiency

      BLOOD
    22. Horio, N; Kachi, S; Hori, K; Okamoto, Y; Yamamoto, E; Terasaki, H; Miyake, Y
      Progressive change of optical coherence tomography scans in retinal degeneration slow mice

      ARCHIVES OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    23. Poehner, WJ; Fossarello, M; Rapoport, AL; Aleman, TS; Cideciyan, AV; Jacobson, SG; Wright, AF; Danciger, M; Farber, DB
      A homozygous deletion in RPE65 in a small Sardinian family with autosomal recessive retinal dystrophy

      MOLECULAR VISION
    24. Terzi, F; Burtin, M; Hekmati, M; Jouanneau, C; Beaufils, H; Friedlander, G
      Sodium restriction decreases AP-1 activation after nephron reduction in the rat: Role in the progression of renal lesions

      EXPERIMENTAL NEPHROLOGY
    25. Levy, DE; Gilliland, DG
      Divergent roles of STAT1 and STAT5 in malignancy as revealed by gene disruptions in mice

      ONCOGENE
    26. Lorente, MD; Marcos-Gutierrez, C; Perez, C; Schoorlemmer, J; Ramirez, A; Magin, T; Vidal, M
      Loss- and gain-of-function mutations show a Polycomb group function for Ring1A in mice

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Schreiber, M; Wang, ZQ; Jochum, W; Fetka, I; Elliott, C; Wagner, EF
      Placental vascularisation requires the AP-1 component Fra1

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Thepot, D; Weitzman, JB; Barra, J; Segretain, D; Stinnakre, MG; Babinet, C; Yaniv, M
      Targeted disruption of the murine junD gene results in multiple defects inmale reproductive function

      DEVELOPMENT
    29. Fleischmann, A; Hafezi, F; Elliott, C; Reme, CE; Ruther, U; Wagner, EF
      Fra-1 replaces c-Fos-dependent functions in mice

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    30. Wang, SM; Huang, YS; Wu, JC; Tseng, YZ
      Role of desmin filaments in chicken cardiac myofibrillogenesis

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Tetens, F; Kliem, A; Tscheudschilsuren, G; Santos, AN; Fischer, B
      Expression of proto-oncogenes in bovine preimplantation blastocysts

      ANATOMY AND EMBRYOLOGY
    32. Bouchard, MJ; Dong, YZ; McDermott, BM; Lam, DH; Brown, KR; Shelanski, M; Bellve, AR; Racaniello, VR
      Defects in nuclear and cytoskeletal morphology and mitochondrial localization in spermatozoa of mice lacking nectin-2, a component of cell-cell adherens junctions

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    33. Raballo, R; Rhee, J; Lyn-Cook, R; Leckman, JF; Schwartz, ML; Vaccarino, FM
      Basic fibroblast growth factor (Fgf2) is necessary for cell proliferation and neurogenesis in the developing cerebral cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    34. MacAlpine, DM; Perlman, PS; Butow, RA
      The numbers of individual mitochondrial DNA molecules and mitochondrial DNA nucleoids in yeast are co-regulated by the general amino acid control pathway

      EMBO JOURNAL
    35. Dalakas, MC; Park, KY; Semino-Mora, C; Lee, HS; Sivakumar, K; Goldfarb, LG
      Desmin myopathy, a skeletal myopathy with cardiomyopathy caused by mutations in the desmin gene.

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    36. van der Ven, PFM; Bartsch, JW; Gautel, M; Jockusch, H; Furst, DO
      A functional knock-out of titin results in defective myofibril assembly

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    37. Sharma, SC; Richards, JS
      Regulation of AP1 (Jun/Fos) factor expression and activation in ovarian granulosa cells - Relation of JunD and Fra2 to terminal differentiation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    38. Niessen, H; Willecke, K
      Strongly decreased gap junctional permeability to inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate in connexin32 deficient hepatocytes

      FEBS LETTERS
    39. Whiteaker, P; Marks, MJ; Grady, SR; Lu, Y; Picciotto, MR; Changeux, JP; Collins, AC
      Pharmacological and null mutation approaches reveal nicotinic receptor diversity

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    40. Binart, N; Helloco, C; Ormandy, CJ; Barra, J; Clement-Lacroix, P; Baran, N; Kelly, PA
      Rescue of preimplantatory egg development and embryo implantation in prolactin receptor-deficient mice after progesterone administration

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    41. Reese, J; Binart, N; Brown, N; Ma, WG; Paria, BC; Das, SK; Kelly, PA; Dey, SK
      Implantation and decidualization defects in prolactin receptor (PRLR)-deficient mice are mediated by ovarian but not uterine PRLR

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    42. Montefusco, MC; Duga, S; Asselta, R; Santagostino, E; Mancuso, G; Malcovati, M; Mannucci, PM; Tenchini, ML
      A novel two base pair deletion in the factor V gene associated with severefactor V deficiency

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY
    43. Milam, AH; Li, ZY; Fariss, RN
      Histopathology of the human retina in retinitis pigmentosa (vol 17, pg 175, 1998)

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    44. Cellerino, A; Michaelidis, T; Barski, JJ; Bahr, M; Thoenen, H; Meyer, M
      Retinal ganglion cell loss after the period of naturally occurring cell death in bcl-2(-/-) mice

      NEUROREPORT
    45. Luetteke, NC; Qiu, TH; Fenton, SE; Troyer, KL; Riedel, RF; Chang, A; Lee, DC
      Targeted inactivation of the EGF and amphiregulin genes reveals distinct roles for EGF receptor ligands in mouse mammary gland development

      DEVELOPMENT
    46. Monget, P; Hembert, S; Binart, N; Gougeon, A; Panthier, JJ
      Ovarian physiology: What we have learnt from the mouse ...

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    47. Allamando, A; Lucas, BK; Evra, C; Binart, N; Kelly, PA
      Prolactin receptor knockout model: Study of maternal behavior

      SCIENCES ET TECHNIQUES DE L ANIMAL DE LABORATOIRE
    48. Rios, M; Habecker, B; Sasaoka, T; Eisenhofer, G; Tian, H; Landis, S; Chikaraishi, D; Roffler-Tarlov, S
      Catecholamine synthesis is mediated by tyrosinase in the absence of tyrosine hydroxylase

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    49. Reiter, E; Hennuy, B; Bruyninx, M; Cornet, A; Klug, M; McNamara, M; Closset, J; Hennen, G
      Effects of pituitary hormones on the prostate

      PROSTATE
    50. Schorpp-Kistner, M; Wang, ZQ; Angel, P; Wagner, EF
      JunB is essential for mammalian placentation

      EMBO JOURNAL
    51. Van Soest, S; Westerveld, A; De Jong, PTVM; Bleeker-Wagemakers, EM; Bergen, AAB
      Retinitis pigmentosa: Defined from a molecular point of view

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    52. Bartke, A
      Role of growth hormone and prolactin in the control of reproduction: What are we learning from transgenic and knock-out animals?

      STEROIDS
    53. Adesanya, OO; Zhou, J; Samathanam, C; Powell-Braxton, L; Bondy, CA
      Insulin-like growth factor 1 is required for G(2) progression in the estradiol-induced mitotic cycle

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    54. Ozolins, TRS; Hales, BF
      Post-translational regulation of AP-1 transcription factor DNA-binding activity in the rat conceptus

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    55. Eferl, R; Sibilia, M; Hilberg, F; Fuchsbichler, A; Kufferath, I; Guertl, B; Zenz, R; Wagner, EF; Zatloukal, K
      Functions of c-jun in liver and heart development

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    56. Kreienkamp, HJ; Akgun, E; Baumeister, H; Meyerhof, W; Richter, D
      Somatostatin receptor subtype 1 modulates basal inhibition of growth hormone release in somatotrophs

      FEBS LETTERS
    57. Ono, S; Imai, T; Igarashi, A; Shimizu, N; Nakagawa, H; Hu, JG
      Decrease in the ciliary neurotrophic factor of the spinal cord in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      EUROPEAN NEUROLOGY
    58. Brisken, C; Kaur, S; Chavarria, TE; Binart, N; Sutherland, RL; Weinberg, RA; Kelly, PA; Ormandy, CJ
      Prolactin controls mammary gland development via direct and indirect mechanisms

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    59. TANAKA Y; UJIKE H; FUJIWARA Y; TAKEDA T; TAKEHISA Y; KODAMA M; OTSUKI S; KURODA S
      SCHIZOPHRENIC PSYCHOSES AND THE CNTF NULL MUTATION

      NeuroReport
    60. BARON GS; NANO FE
      MGIA AND MGIB ARE REQUIRED FOR THE INTRAMACROPHAGE GROWTH OF FRANCISELLA-NOVICIDA

      Molecular microbiology
    61. MUNZBERG H; TAFEL J; BUSING B; HINNEY A; ZIEGLER A; MAYER H; SIEGFRIED W; MATTHAEI S; GRETEN H; HEBEBRAND J; HAMANN A
      SCREENING FOR VARIABILITY IN THE CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR (CNTF) GENE - NO EVIDENCE FOR ASSOCIATION WITH HUMAN OBESITY

      EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES
    62. CARENINI S; MONTAG D; SCHACHNER M; MARTINI R
      MAG-DEFICIENT SCHWANN-CELLS MYELINATE DORSAL-ROOT GANGLION NEURONS INCULTURE

      Glia
    63. GELERNTER J; KRANZLER H; LACOBELLE J
      POPULATION STUDIES OF POLYMORPHISMS AT LOCI OF NEUROPSYCHIATRIC INTEREST (TRYPTOPHAN-HYDROXYLASE (TPH), DOPAMINE TRANSPORTER PROTEIN (SLC6A3), D3 DOPAMINE-RECEPTOR (DRD3), APOLIPOPROTEIN-E (APOE), MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR (OPRM1), AND CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR (CNTF))

      Genomics (San Diego, Calif.)
    64. WASSARMAN PM; LIU C; CHEN J; QI H; LITSCHER ES
      OVARIAN DEVELOPMENT IN MICE BEARING HOMOZYGOUS OR HETEROZYGOUS NULL MUTATIONS IN ZONA-PELLUCIDA GLYCOPROTEIN GENE MZP3

      Histology and histopathology
    65. GREGORYEVANS K; BHATTACHARYA SS
      GENETIC BLINDNESS - CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF HUMAN OUTER RETINAL DYSTROPHIES

      Trends in genetics
    66. NELSON RJ; YOUNG KA
      BEHAVIOR IN MICE WITH TARGETED DISRUPTION OF SINGLE GENES

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    67. GIESS R; GOETZ R; SCHRANK B; OCHS G; SENDTNER M; TOYKA K
      POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS OF A CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR GENE MUTATIONIN A GERMAN POPULATION OF PATIENTS WITH MOTOR-NEURON DISEASE

      Muscle & nerve
    68. LEIN Y; SANZ C; GIRALDEZ F; VARELANIETO I
      INDUCTION OF CELL-GROWTH BY INSULIN AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH-FACTOR-I IS ASSOCIATED WITH JUN EXPRESSION IN THE OTIC VESICLE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    69. KIM J; LIN JJ; XU RH; KUNG HF
      MESODERM INDUCTION BY HETERODIMERIC AP-1 (C-JUN AND C-FOS) AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN MESODERM FORMATION THROUGH THE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR XBRA AUTOCATALYTIC LOOP DURING THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. BADGER JL; MILLER VL
      EXPRESSION OF INVASIN AND MOTILITY ARE COORDINATELY REGULATED IN YERSINIA-ENTEROCOLITICA

      Journal of bacteriology
    71. OLMSTED EA; GANNON FH; WANG ZQ; GRIGORIADIS AE; WAGNER EF; ZASLOFF MA; SHORE EM; KAPLAN FS
      EMBRYONIC OVEREXPRESSION OF THE C-FOS PROTOONCOGENE - A MURINE STEM-CELL CHIMERA APPLICABLE TO THE STUDY OF FIBRODYSPLASIA OSSIFICANS PROGRESSIVA IN HUMANS

      Clinical orthopaedics and related research
    72. LIDRAL AC; ROMITTI PA; BASART AM; DOETSCHMAN T; LEYSENS NJ; DAACKHIRSCH S; SEMINA EV; JOHNSON LR; MACHIDA J; BURDS A; PARNELL TJ; RUBENSTEIN JLR; MURRAY JC
      ASSOCIATION OF MSX1 AND TGFB3 WITH NONSYNDROMIC CLEFTING IN HUMANS

      American journal of human genetics
    73. TRAVIS GH
      INSIGHTS FROM A LOST VISUAL PIGMENT

      Nature genetics
    74. KAARTINEN V; CUI XM; HEISTERKAMP N; GROFFEN J; SHULER CF
      TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-BETA-3 REGULATES TRANSDIFFERENTIATION OF MEDIAL EDGE EPITHELIUM DURING PALATAL FUSION AND ASSOCIATED DEGRADATIONOF THE BASEMENT-MEMBRANE

      Developmental dynamics
    75. CHAI Y; SASANO Y; BRINGAS P; MAYO M; KAARTINEN V; HEISTERKAMP N; GROFFEN J; SLAVKIN H; SHULER C
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE FATE OF MIDLINE EPITHELIAL-CELLS DURING THE FUSION OF MANDIBULAR PROMINENCES IN-VIVO

      Developmental dynamics
    76. XAVIER F; LAGARRIGUE S; GUILLOMOT M; GAILLARDSANCHEZ I
      EXPRESSION OF C-FOS AND JUN PROTOONCOGENES IN-OVINE TROPHOBLASTS IN RELATION TO INTERFERON-TAU EXPRESSION AND EARLY IMPLANTATION PROCESS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    77. LUOH SW; BAIN PA; POLAKIEWICZ RD; GOODHEART ML; GARDNER H; JAENISCH R; PAGE DC
      ZFX MUTATION RESULTS IN SMALL ANIMAL SIZE AND REDUCED GERM-CELL NUMBER IN MALE AND FEMALE MICE

      Development
    78. SUBBARAYAN V; KASTNER P; MARK M; DIERICH A; GORRY P; CHAMBON P
      LIMITED SPECIFICITY AND LARGE OVERLAP OF THE FUNCTIONS OF THE MOUSE RAR-GAMMA-1 AND RAR-GAMMA-2 ISOFORMS

      Mechanisms of development
    79. DEREUSE H; TAHA MK
      REGF, AN SSPA HOMOLOG, REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF THE NEISSERIA-GONORRHOEAE PILE GENE

      Research in microbiology
    80. MARTINEZMIR A; BAYES M; VILAGELIU L; GRINBERG D; AYUSO C; DELRIO T; GARCIASANDOVAL B; BUSSAGLIA E; BAIGET M; GONZALEZDUARTE R; BALCELLS S
      A NEW LOCUS FOR AUTOSOMAL RECESSIVE RETINITIS-PIGMENTOSA (RP19) MAPS TO 1P13-1P21

      Genomics
    81. KLING C; KOCH M; SAUL B; BECKER CM
      THE FRAMESHIFT MUTATION OSCILLATOR (GLRA1(SPD-OT)) PRODUCES A COMPLETE LOSS OF GLYCINE RECEPTOR ALPHA-1-POLYPEPTIDE IN MOUSE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Neuroscience
    82. WHYATT LM; RATHJEN PD
      INTRODUCTION OF PRECISE ALTERATIONS INTO THE MOUSE GENOME WITH HIGH-EFFICIENCY BY STABLE TAG-EXCHANGE GENE TARGETING - IMPLICATIONS FOR GENE TARGETING IN ES CELLS

      Nucleic acids research
    83. STEFF AM; CARILLO S; PARIAT M; PIECHACZYK M
      DECREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CALPAINS OF V-FOS(FBR) BUT NOT OF V-FOS(FBJ) OR V-JUN(ASV17) RETROVIRAL PROTEINS COMPARED WITH THEIR CELLULAR COUNTERPARTS

      Biochemical journal
    84. BEAUVAISJOUNEAU A; THIERY JP
      MULTIPLE ROLES FOR INTEGRINS DURING DEVELOPMENT

      Biology of the cell
    85. SHEARMAN LP; WEAVER DR
      HALOPERIDOL REGULATES NEUROTENSIN GENE-EXPRESSION IN STRIATUM OF C-FOS-DEFICIENT MICE

      Molecular brain research
    86. SAKAI T; SASAKI T; TATSUMI M; KUNUGI H; HATTORI M; NANKO S
      SCHIZOPHRENIA AND THE CILIARY NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR (CNTF) GENE - NO EVIDENCE FOR ASSOCIATION

      Psychiatry research
    87. DRYJA TP; HAHN LB; KAJIWARA K; BERSON EL
      DOMINANT AND DIGENIC MUTATIONS IN THE PERIPHERIN RDS AND ROM1 GENES IN RETINITIS-PIGMENTOSA/

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    88. RIESGOESCOVAR JR; HAFEN E
      COMMON AND DISTINCT ROLES OF DFOS AND DJUN DURING DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      Science
    89. DUBERLEY RM; JOHNSON IP; ANAND P; LEIGH PN; CAIRNS NJ
      NEUROTROPHIN-3-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY AND TRK-C EXPRESSION IN HUMAN SPINAL MOTONEURONS IN AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    90. KAPLAN FS; SHORE EM
      BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS AND C-FOS - EARLY SIGNALS IN ENDOCHONDRALBONE-FORMATION

      Bone
    91. MONTAGNOLI A; GUARDAVACCARO D; STARACE G; TIRONE F
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE NERVE GROWTH FACTOR-INDUCIBLE PC3 IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH GROWTH-INHIBITION

      Cell growth & differentiation
    92. ELAMRAOUI A; SAHLY I; PICAUD S; SAHEL J; ABITBOL M; PETIT C
      HUMAN USHER-1B MOUSE SHAKER-1 - THE RETINAL PHENOTYPE DISCREPANCY EXPLAINED BY THE PRESENCE ABSENCE OF MYOSIN-VIIA IN THE PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS/

      Human molecular genetics
    93. SUZUKI N; LABOSKY PA; FURUTA Y; HARGETT L; DUNN R; FOGO AB; TAKAHARA K; PETERS DMP; GREENSPAN DS; HOGAN BLM
      FAILURE OF VENTRAL BODY-WALL CLOSURE IN MOUSE EMBRYOS LACKING A PROCOLLAGEN C-PROTEINASE ENCODED BY BMP1, A MAMMALIAN GENE-RELATED TO DROSOPHILA TOLLOID

      Development
    94. ROFFLERTARLOV S; BROWN JJG; TARLOV E; STOLAROV J; CHAPMAN DL; ALEXIOU M; PAPAIOANNOU VE
      PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN THE ABSENCE OF C-FOS AND C-JUN

      Development
    95. VANDERLUGT NMT; ALKEMA M; BERNS A; DESCHAMPS J
      THE POLYCOMB-GROUP HOMOLOG BMI-1 IS A REGULATOR OF MURINE HOX GENE-EXPRESSION

      Mechanisms of development
    96. IMAKI T; SHIBASAKI T; CHIKADA N; HARADA S; NARUSE M; DEMURA H
      DIFFERENT EXPRESSION OF IMMEDIATE-EARLY GENES IN THE RAT PARAVENTRICULAR NUCLEUS INDUCED BY STRESS - RELATION TO CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING FACTOR GENE-TRANSCRIPTION

      Endocrine journal
    97. GOLDBERG AFX; MOLDAY RS
      DEFECTIVE SUBUNIT ASSEMBLY UNDERLIES A DIGENIC FORM OF RETINITIS-PIGMENTOSA LINKED TO MUTATIONS IN PERIPHERIN RDS AND ROM-1

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    98. WASSARMAN PM; LIU CY; LITSCHER ES
      CONSTRUCTING THE MAMMALIAN EGG ZONA-PELLUCIDA - SOME NEW PIECES OF ANOLD PUZZLE

      Journal of Cell Science
    99. LOGAN SK; GARABEDIAN MJ; CAMPBELL CE; WERB Z
      SYNERGISTIC TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION OF THE TISSUE INHIBITOR OF METALLOPROTEINASES-1 PROMOTER VIA FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION OF AP-1 AND ETS-1 TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. BLAIS S; BOUDREAU F; THORNELOE K; ASSELIN C
      DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF FOS AND JUN FAMILY MEMBERS DURING MURINE POSTNATAL INTESTINAL DEVELOPMENT

      Biology of the neonate


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