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Papers associated with vegetal pole (and odc1)

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A novel role for Ascl1 in the regulation of mesendoderm formation via HDAC-dependent antagonism of VegT., Gao L., Development. February 1, 2016; 143 (3): 492-503.                            


Noggin4 is a long-range inhibitor of Wnt8 signalling that regulates head development in Xenopus laevis., Eroshkin FM., Sci Rep. January 22, 2016; 6 23049.                                                            


Sebox regulates mesoderm formation in early amphibian embryos., Chen G., Dev Dyn. November 1, 2015; 244 (11): 1415-26.              


NF2/Merlin is required for the axial pattern formation in the Xenopus laevis embryo., Zhu X., Mech Dev. November 1, 2015; 138 Pt 3 305-12.                


GATA2 regulates Wnt signaling to promote primitive red blood cell fate., Mimoto MS., Dev Biol. November 1, 2015; 407 (1): 1-11.                          


Comparative expression analysis of pfdn6a and tcp1α during Xenopus development., Marracci S., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2015; 59 (4-6): 235-40.                      


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


Expression and functional characterization of Xhmg-at-hook genes in Xenopus laevis., Macrì S., PLoS One. July 1, 2013; 8 (7): e69866.              


Maternal Dead-End1 is required for vegetal cortical microtubule assembly during Xenopus axis specification., Mei W., Development. June 1, 2013; 140 (11): 2334-44.                          


Suv4-20h histone methyltransferases promote neuroectodermal differentiation by silencing the pluripotency-associated Oct-25 gene., Nicetto D., PLoS Genet. January 1, 2013; 9 (1): e1003188.                                                                


Hippo signaling components, Mst1 and Mst2, act as a switch between self-renewal and differentiation in Xenopus hematopoietic and endothelial progenitors., Nejigane S., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2013; 57 (5): 407-14.                      


Essential role of AWP1 in neural crest specification in Xenopus., Seo JH., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2013; 57 (11-12): 829-36.                  


Asymmetric Localization of CK2α During Xenopus Oogenesis., Imbrie GA., Hum Genet Embryol. May 5, 2012; Suppl 4 (1): 11328.            


Novel functions of Noggin proteins: inhibition of Activin/Nodal and Wnt signaling., Bayramov AV., Development. December 1, 2011; 138 (24): 5345-56.              


Prohibitin1 acts as a neural crest specifier in Xenopus development by repressing the transcription factor E2F1., Schneider M., Development. December 1, 2010; 137 (23): 4073-81.                        


Appl1 is essential for the survival of Xenopus pancreas, duodenum, and stomach progenitor cells., Wen L., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2010; 239 (8): 2198-207.                                          


Trim36/Haprin plays a critical role in the arrangement of somites during Xenopus embryogenesis., Yoshigai E., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. January 16, 2009; 378 (3): 428-32.          


The Gata5 target, TGIF2, defines the pancreatic region by modulating BMP signals within the endoderm., Spagnoli FM., Development. February 1, 2008; 135 (3): 451-61.                                                    


Sox3 expression is maintained by FGF signaling and restricted to the neural plate by Vent proteins in the Xenopus embryo., Rogers CD., Dev Biol. January 1, 2008; 313 (1): 307-19.                  


Xenopus Lefty requires proprotein cleavage but not N-linked glycosylation to inhibit nodal signaling., Westmoreland JJ., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2007; 236 (8): 2050-61.        


Negative regulation of Activin/Nodal signaling by SRF during Xenopus gastrulation., Yun CH., Development. February 1, 2007; 134 (4): 769-77.              


An NF-kappaB and slug regulatory loop active in early vertebrate mesoderm., Zhang C., PLoS One. December 27, 2006; 1 e106.                        


Xenopus embryos lacking specific isoforms of the corepressor SMRT develop abnormal heads., Malartre M., Dev Biol. April 15, 2006; 292 (2): 333-43.                    


Negative regulation of Smad2 by PIASy is required for proper Xenopus mesoderm formation., Daniels M., Development. November 1, 2004; 131 (22): 5613-26.                                


Neural induction in Xenopus: requirement for ectodermal and endomesodermal signals via Chordin, Noggin, beta-Catenin, and Cerberus., Kuroda H., PLoS Biol. May 1, 2004; 2 (5): E92.                


Flamingo, a cadherin-type receptor involved in the Drosophila planar polarity pathway, can block signaling via the canonical wnt pathway in Xenopus laevis., Morgan R., Int J Dev Biol. May 1, 2003; 47 (4): 245-52.              


Cell fate specification and competence by Coco, a maternal BMP, TGFbeta and Wnt inhibitor., Bell E., Development. April 1, 2003; 130 (7): 1381-9.    


Expression cloning of Xenopus Os4, an evolutionarily conserved gene, which induces mesoderm and dorsal axis., Zohn IE., Dev Biol. November 1, 2001; 239 (1): 118-31.                    


Molecular cloning and embryonic expression of the Xenopus Arnt gene., Bollérot K., Mech Dev. October 1, 2001; 108 (1-2): 227-31.    


Neural induction in the absence of mesoderm: beta-catenin-dependent expression of secreted BMP antagonists at the blastula stage in Xenopus., Wessely O., Dev Biol. June 1, 2001; 234 (1): 161-73.              


Characterization and developmental expression of xSim, a Xenopus bHLH/PAS gene related to the Drosophila neurogenic master gene single-minded., Coumailleau P., Mech Dev. December 1, 2000; 99 (1-2): 163-6.            


A role for GATA5 in Xenopus endoderm specification., Weber H., Development. October 1, 2000; 127 (20): 4345-60.                  


Imaging patterns of calcium transients during neural induction in Xenopus laevis embryos., Leclerc C., J Cell Sci. October 1, 2000; 113 Pt 19 3519-29.                  


The Xenopus homologue of Bicaudal-C is a localized maternal mRNA that can induce endoderm formation., Wessely O., Development. May 1, 2000; 127 (10): 2053-62.        


Identification and developmental expression of par-6 gene in Xenopus laevis., Choi SC., Mech Dev. March 1, 2000; 91 (1-2): 347-50.            


Endodermal Nodal-related signals and mesoderm induction in Xenopus., Agius E., Development. March 1, 2000; 127 (6): 1173-83.          


Bix4 is activated directly by VegT and mediates endoderm formation in Xenopus development., Casey ES., Development. October 1, 1999; 126 (19): 4193-200.              


derrière: a TGF-beta family member required for posterior development in Xenopus., Sun BI., Development. April 1, 1999; 126 (7): 1467-82.                    


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.                


Xpat, a gene expressed specifically in germ plasm and primordial germ cells of Xenopus laevis., Hudson C., Mech Dev. May 1, 1998; 73 (2): 159-68.        


RNA transport to the vegetal cortex of Xenopus oocytes., Zhou Y., Dev Biol. October 10, 1996; 179 (1): 173-83.            


Localization of Xcat-2 RNA, a putative germ plasm component, to the mitochondrial cloud in Xenopus stage I oocytes., Zhou Y., Development. September 1, 1996; 122 (9): 2947-53.        


Primary sequence and developmental expression pattern of mRNAs and protein for an alpha1 subunit of the sodium pump cloned from the neural plate of Xenopus laevis., Davies CS., Dev Biol. March 15, 1996; 174 (2): 431-47.                  


Patterns of localization and cytoskeletal association of two vegetally localized RNAs, Vg1 and Xcat-2., Forristall C., Development. January 1, 1995; 121 (1): 201-8.          

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