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Papers associated with vegetal pole (and actl6a)

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


NEDD4L regulates convergent extension movements in Xenopus embryos via Disheveled-mediated non-canonical Wnt signaling., Zhang Y., Dev Biol. August 1, 2014; 392 (1): 15-25.                              


Inositol kinase and its product accelerate wound healing by modulating calcium levels, Rho GTPases, and F-actin assembly., Soto X., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. July 2, 2013; 110 (27): 11029-34.                                      


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


Localisation of RNAs into the germ plasm of vitellogenic Xenopus oocytes., Nijjar S., PLoS One. January 1, 2013; 8 (4): e61847.                      


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.                  


Klf4 is required for germ-layer differentiation and body axis patterning during Xenopus embryogenesis., Cao Q., Development. November 1, 2012; 139 (21): 3950-61.                  


Xenopus as a model system for the study of GOLPH2/GP73 function: Xenopus GOLPH2 is required for pronephros development., Li L., PLoS One. January 1, 2012; 7 (6): e38939.                                              


Two promoters with distinct activities in different tissues drive the expression of heparanase in Xenopus., Bertolesi GE., Dev Dyn. December 1, 2011; 240 (12): 2657-72.                  


Growth-arrest-specific protein 2 inhibits cell division in Xenopus embryos., Zhang T., PLoS One. January 1, 2011; 6 (9): e24698.            


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.                                          


Identification of germ plasm-associated transcripts by microarray analysis of Xenopus vegetal cortex RNA., Cuykendall TN., Dev Dyn. June 1, 2010; 239 (6): 1838-48.                              


Early activation of FGF and nodal pathways mediates cardiac specification independently of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling., Samuel LJ., PLoS One. October 28, 2009; 4 (10): e7650.                


Imaging morphogenesis, in Xenopus with Quantum Dot nanocrystals., Stylianou P., Mech Dev. October 1, 2009; 126 (10): 828-41.          


H,K-ATPase protein localization and Kir4.1 function reveal concordance of three axes during early determination of left-right asymmetry., Aw S., Mech Dev. January 1, 2008; 125 (3-4): 353-72.    


FoxD3 regulation of Nodal in the Spemann organizer is essential for Xenopus dorsal mesoderm development., Steiner AB., Development. December 1, 2006; 133 (24): 4827-38.                    


Inhibitor-resistant type I receptors reveal specific requirements for TGF-beta signaling in vivo., Ho DM., Dev Biol. July 15, 2006; 295 (2): 730-42.            


Reorganization of actin cytoskeleton by FRIED, a Frizzled-8 associated protein tyrosine phosphatase., Itoh K., Dev Dyn. September 1, 2005; 234 (1): 90-101.              


Localization and loss-of-function implicates ciliary proteins in early, cytoplasmic roles in left-right asymmetry., Qiu D., Dev Dyn. September 1, 2005; 234 (1): 176-89.      


The SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling protein Brg1 is required for vertebrate neurogenesis and mediates transactivation of Ngn and NeuroD., Seo S., Development. January 1, 2005; 132 (1): 105-15.              


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.                


Nuclear RNP complex assembly initiates cytoplasmic RNA localization., Kress TL., J Cell Biol. April 26, 2004; 165 (2): 203-11.            


Cloning and developmental expression of Baf57 in Xenopus laevis., Domingos PM., Mech Dev. August 1, 2002; 116 (1-2): 177-81.    


Possible role of the 38 kDa protein, lacking in the gastrula-arrested Xenopus mutant, in gastrulation., Tanaka TS., Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 2002; 44 (1): 23-33.              


Structure and function of the egg cortex from oogenesis through fertilization., Sardet C., Dev Biol. January 1, 2002; 241 (1): 1-23.    


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.              


RNA anchoring in the vegetal cortex of the Xenopus oocyte., Alarcón VB., J Cell Sci. May 1, 2001; 114 (Pt 9): 1731-41.          


A family of IGF-II mRNA binding proteins (IMP) involved in RNA trafficking., Nielsen FC., Scand J Clin Lab Invest Suppl. January 1, 2001; 234 93-9.


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


Designation of the anterior/posterior axis in pregastrula Xenopus laevis., Lane MC., Dev Biol. September 1, 2000; 225 (1): 37-58.                        


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.        


Actin-dependent propulsion of endosomes and lysosomes by recruitment of N-WASP., Taunton J., J Cell Biol. February 7, 2000; 148 (3): 519-30.                  


Spatial and temporal properties of ventral blood island induction in Xenopus laevis., Kumano G., Development. December 1, 1999; 126 (23): 5327-37.                


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.                    


Regulation of BMP signaling by the BMP1/TLD-related metalloprotease, SpAN., Wardle FC., Dev Biol. February 1, 1999; 206 (1): 63-72.          


Suppression of GATA factor activity causes axis duplication in Xenopus., Sykes TG., Development. December 1, 1998; 125 (23): 4595-605.        


Mutant Vg1 ligands disrupt endoderm and mesoderm formation in Xenopus embryos., Joseph EM., Development. July 1, 1998; 125 (14): 2677-85.            


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.                


XBMPRII, a novel Xenopus type II receptor mediating BMP signaling in embryonic tissues., Frisch A., Development. February 1, 1998; 125 (3): 431-42.                  


Sizzled: a secreted Xwnt8 antagonist expressed in the ventral marginal zone of Xenopus embryos., Salic AN., Development. December 1, 1997; 124 (23): 4739-48.              


A vegetally localized T-box transcription factor in Xenopus eggs specifies mesoderm and endoderm and is essential for embryonic mesoderm formation., Horb ME., Development. May 1, 1997; 124 (9): 1689-98.                    


The Xvent-2 homeobox gene is part of the BMP-4 signalling pathway controlling [correction of controling] dorsoventral patterning of Xenopus mesoderm., Onichtchouk D., Development. October 1, 1996; 122 (10): 3045-53.                  


Exogenous tau RNA is localized in oocytes: possible evidence for evolutionary conservation of localization mechanisms., Litman P., Dev Biol. May 25, 1996; 176 (1): 86-94.        


TGF-beta signals and a pattern in Xenopus laevis endodermal development., Henry GL., Development. March 1, 1996; 122 (3): 1007-15.          


Autonomous endodermal determination in Xenopus: regulation of expression of the pancreatic gene XlHbox 8., Gamer LW., Dev Biol. September 1, 1995; 171 (1): 240-51.                


Two distinct pathways for the localization of RNAs at the vegetal cortex in Xenopus oocytes., Kloc M., Development. February 1, 1995; 121 (2): 287-97.              


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.          


A role for cytoplasmic determinants in mesoderm patterning: cell-autonomous activation of the goosecoid and Xwnt-8 genes along the dorsoventral axis of early Xenopus embryos., Lemaire P., Development. May 1, 1994; 120 (5): 1191-9.          

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