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Profile Publications (25)

Publications By Robert W Old

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New roles for FoxH1 in patterning the early embryo., Kofron M, Puck H, Standley H, Wylie C, Old R, Whitman M, Heasman J., Development. October 1, 2004; 131 (20): 5065-78.              

VegT activation of the early zygotic gene Xnr5 requires lifting of Tcf-mediated repression in the Xenopus blastula., Hilton E, Rex M, Old R., Mech Dev. October 1, 2003; 120 (10): 1127-38.

Multiple interactions between maternally-activated signalling pathways control Xenopus nodal-related genes., Rex M, Hilton E, Old R., Int J Dev Biol. March 1, 2002; 46 (2): 217-26.

Xenopus Enhancer of Zeste (XEZ); an anteriorly restricted polycomb gene with a role in neural patterning., Barnett MW, Seville RA, Nijjar S, Old RW, Jones EA., Mech Dev. April 1, 2001; 102 (1-2): 157-67.              

Regulation of the early expression of the Xenopus nodal-related 1 gene, Xnr1., Hyde CE, Old RW., Development. March 1, 2000; 127 (6): 1221-9.            

Expression pattern of BXR suggests a role for benzoate ligand-mediated signalling in hatching gland function., Heath LA, Jones EA, Old RW., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2000; 44 (1): 141-4.          

Expression pattern of a novel hyaluronidase during Xenopus embryogenesis., Hyde CE, Old RW., Mech Dev. April 1, 1999; 82 (1-2): 213-7.  

Neural induction and patterning by fibroblast growth factor, notochord and somite tissue in Xenopus., Barnett MW, Old RW, Jones EA., Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 1998; 40 (1): 47-57.

Cysteine-200 of human inducible nitric oxide synthase is essential for dimerization of haem domains and for binding of haem, nitroarginine and tetrahydrobiopterin., Cubberley RR, Alderton WK, Boyhan A, Charles IG, Lowe PN, Old RW., Biochem J. April 1, 1997; 323 ( Pt 1) 141-6.

Effects of retinoic acid on Xenopus embryos., Old RW, Smith DP, Mason CS, Marklew S, Jones EA., Biochem Soc Symp. January 1, 1996; 62 157-74.

Mesoderm induction in Xenopus caused by activation of MAP kinase., Umbhauer M, Marshall CJ, Mason CS, Old RW, Smith JC., Nature. July 6, 1995; 376 (6535): 58-62.

Isolation of a novel RXR from Xenopus that most closely resembles mammalian RXR beta and is expressed throughout early development., Marklew S, Smith DP, Mason CS, Old RW., Biochim Biophys Acta. August 2, 1994; 1218 (3): 267-72.        

Expression of a dominant negative retinoic acid receptor γ in Xenopus embryos leads to partial resistance to retinoic acid., Smith DP, Mason CS, Jones E, Old R., Rouxs Arch Dev Biol. March 1, 1994; 203 (5): 254-265.

A novel nuclear receptor superfamily member in Xenopus that associates with RXR, and shares extensive sequence similarity to the mammalian vitamin D3 receptor., Smith DP, Mason CS, Jones EA, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. January 11, 1994; 22 (1): 66-71.

Precocious synthesis of a thyroid hormone receptor inXenopus embryos causes hormone-dependent developmental abnormalities., Old R, Jones EA, Sweeney G, Smith DP., Rouxs Arch Dev Biol. September 1, 1992; 201 (5): 312-321.

Detection by PCR of thyroid hormone receptor transcripts in Xenopus oocytes and eggs., Sweeney GE, Old RW., Biochem Soc Trans. April 1, 1991; 19 (2): 203S.

Xenopus laevis Oct-1 does not bind to certain histone H2B gene promoter octamer motifs for which a novel octamer-binding factor has high affinity., Smith DP, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. February 25, 1991; 19 (4): 815-21.

Nucleotide sequence of Xenopus laevis Oct-1 cDNA., Smith DP, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. January 25, 1990; 18 (2): 369.

Structure and functional expression of a cloned Xenopus thyroid hormone receptor., Brooks AR, Sweeney G, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. November 25, 1989; 17 (22): 9395-405.

Activity of a cloned Xenopus albumin gene promoter in the homologous frog oocyte system., Old RW, Sweeney GE, Brooks AR., Biochim Biophys Acta. November 10, 1988; 951 (1): 220-5.

Trans-activation of transcription, from promoters containing immunoglobulin gene octamer sequences, by myeloma cell mRNA in Xenopus oocytes., Sweeney GE, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. June 10, 1988; 16 (11): 4903-13.

Individual Xenopus histone genes are replication-independent in oocytes and replication-dependent in Xenopus or mouse somatic cells., Old RW, Sheikh SA, Chambers A, Newton CA, Mohammed A, Aldridge TC., Nucleic Acids Res. October 25, 1985; 13 (20): 7341-58.

Nucleotide sequences of H1 histone genes from Xenopus laevis. A recently diverged pair of H1 genes and an unusual H1 pseudogene., Turner PC, Aldridge TC, Woodland HR, Old RW., Nucleic Acids Res. June 25, 1983; 11 (12): 4093-107.

Organization and expression of cloned histone gene clusters from Xenopus laevis and X. borealis., Old RW, Woodland HR, Ballantine JE, Aldridge TC, Newton CA, Bains WA, Turner PC., Nucleic Acids Res. December 11, 1982; 10 (23): 7561-80.

In situ hybridization to lampbrush chromosomes: a potential source of error exposed., Callan HG, Old RW., J Cell Sci. February 1, 1980; 41 115-23.

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