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Disrupted ER membrane protein complex-mediated topogenesis drives congenital neural crest defects., Marquez J., J Clin Invest. February 3, 2020; 130 (2): 813-826.                                


Gene expression of the two developmentally regulated dermatan sulfate epimerases in the Xenopus embryo., Gouignard N., PLoS One. January 18, 2018; 13 (1): e0191751.                                                          


Genes regulated by potassium channel tetramerization domain containing 15 (Kctd15) in the developing neural crest., Wong TC., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2016; 60 (4-6): 159-66.                      


G protein-coupled receptors Flop1 and Flop2 inhibit Wnt/β-catenin signaling and are essential for head formation in Xenopus., Miyagi A., Dev Biol. November 1, 2015; 407 (1): 131-44.                                          


Xenopus Pkdcc1 and Pkdcc2 Are Two New Tyrosine Kinases Involved in the Regulation of JNK Dependent Wnt/PCP Signaling Pathway., Vitorino M., PLoS One. August 13, 2015; 10 (8): e0135504.                                    


The ribosome biogenesis factor Nol11 is required for optimal rDNA transcription and craniofacial development in Xenopus., Griffin JN., PLoS Genet. March 10, 2015; 11 (3): e1005018.                              


5-Mehtyltetrahydrofolate rescues alcohol-induced neural crest cell migration abnormalities., Shi Y, Shi Y., Mol Brain. September 16, 2014; 7 67.        


The extreme anterior domain is an essential craniofacial organizer acting through Kinin-Kallikrein signaling., Jacox L., Cell Rep. July 24, 2014; 8 (2): 596-609.                            


An essential role for LPA signalling in telencephalon development., Geach TJ., Development. February 1, 2014; 141 (4): 940-9.                            


Left-right patterning in Xenopus conjoined twin embryos requires serotonin signaling and gap junctions., Vandenberg LN., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (10-12): 799-809.                


Calponin 2 acts as an effector of noncanonical Wnt-mediated cell polarization during neural crest cell migration., Ulmer B., Cell Rep. March 28, 2013; 3 (3): 615-21.              


Regulation of primitive hematopoiesis by class I histone deacetylases., Shah RR., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2013; 242 (2): 108-21.              


Myogenic waves and myogenic programs during Xenopus embryonic myogenesis., Della Gaspera B., Dev Dyn. May 1, 2012; 241 (5): 995-1007.                                    


Hyaluronan is required for cranial neural crest cells migration and craniofacial development., Casini P., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2012; 241 (2): 294-302.              


Williams Syndrome Transcription Factor is critical for neural crest cell function in Xenopus laevis., Barnett C., Mech Dev. January 1, 2012; 129 (9-12): 324-38.              


Xenopus reduced folate carrier regulates neural crest development epigenetically., Li J., PLoS One. January 1, 2011; 6 (11): e27198.                            


Serotonin 2B receptor signaling is required for craniofacial morphogenesis and jaw joint formation in Xenopus., Reisoli E., Development. September 1, 2010; 137 (17): 2927-37.                            


Neural crest migration requires the activity of the extracellular sulphatases XtSulf1 and XtSulf2., Guiral EC., Dev Biol. May 15, 2010; 341 (2): 375-88.                              


The Pax3 and Pax7 paralogs cooperate in neural and neural crest patterning using distinct molecular mechanisms, in Xenopus laevis embryos., Maczkowiak F., Dev Biol. April 15, 2010; 340 (2): 381-96.                                                    


Systematic discovery of nonobvious human disease models through orthologous phenotypes., McGary KL., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 6, 2010; 107 (14): 6544-9.                                    


CHD7 cooperates with PBAF to control multipotent neural crest formation., Bajpai R., Nature. February 18, 2010; 463 (7283): 958-62.      


Xenopus Meis3 protein lies at a nexus downstream to Zic1 and Pax3 proteins, regulating multiple cell-fates during early nervous system development., Gutkovich YE., Dev Biol. February 1, 2010; 338 (1): 50-62.                  


Diversification of the expression patterns and developmental functions of the dishevelled gene family during chordate evolution., Gray RS., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2009; 238 (8): 2044-57.            


A Myc-Slug (Snail2)/Twist regulatory circuit directs vascular development., Rodrigues CO., Development. June 1, 2008; 135 (11): 1903-11.              


A role of D domain-related proteins in differentiation and migration of embryonic cells in Xenopus laevis., Shibata T., Mech Dev. January 1, 2008; 125 (3-4): 284-98.                            


Evi1 is specifically expressed in the distal tubule and duct of the Xenopus pronephros and plays a role in its formation., Van Campenhout C., Dev Biol. June 1, 2006; 294 (1): 203-19.                


A vertebrate crossveinless 2 homologue modulates BMP activity and neural crest cell migration., Coles E., Development. November 1, 2004; 131 (21): 5309-17.      


Cardiac neural crest ablation alters Id2 gene expression in the developing heart., Martinsen BJ., Dev Biol. August 1, 2004; 272 (1): 176-90.          


Connective-tissue growth factor modulates WNT signalling and interacts with the WNT receptor complex., Mercurio S., Development. May 1, 2004; 131 (9): 2137-47.                    


Dlx proteins position the neural plate border and determine adjacent cell fates., Woda JM., Development. January 1, 2003; 130 (2): 331-42.      


The maternal Xenopus beta-catenin signaling pathway, activated by frizzled homologs, induces goosecoid in a cell non-autonomous manner., Brown JD., Dev Growth Differ. August 1, 2000; 42 (4): 347-57.              


Genomic organization, expression, and chromosome location of the human SNAIL gene (SNAI1) and a related processed pseudogene (SNAI1P)., Paznekas WA., Genomics. November 15, 1999; 62 (1): 42-9.


Human SLUG gene organization, expression, and chromosome map location on 8q., Cohen ME., Genomics. August 1, 1998; 51 (3): 468-71.


Xenopus Smad7 inhibits both the activin and BMP pathways and acts as a neural inducer., Casellas R., Dev Biol. June 1, 1998; 198 (1): 1-12.                

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