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Papers associated with pax6 (and Disease Ontology)



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Prdm15 acts upstream of Wnt4 signaling in anterior neural development of Xenopus laevis., Saumweber E, Mzoughi S, Khadra A, Werberger A, Schumann S, Guccione E, Schmeisser MJ, Kühl SJ., Front Cell Dev Biol. January 1, 2024; 12 1316048.                            


SMC5 Plays Independent Roles in Congenital Heart Disease and Neurodevelopmental Disability., O'Brien MP, Pryzhkova MV, Lake EMR, Mandino F, Shen X, Karnik R, Atkins A, Xu MJ, Ji W, Konstantino M, Brueckner M, Ment LR, Khokha MK, Jordan PW., Int J Mol Sci. December 28, 2023; 25 (1):                         


Using Xenopus to discover new candidate genes involved in BOR and other congenital hearing loss syndromes., Neal SJ, Rajasekaran A, Jusić N, Taylor L, Read M, Alfandari D, Alfandari D, Pignoni F, Moody SA., J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. October 13, 2023;             


Functions of block of proliferation 1 during anterior development in Xenopus laevis., Gärtner C, Meßmer A, Dietmann P, Kühl M, Kühl SJ., PLoS One. August 2, 2022; 17 (8): e0273507.                        


Cilia-localized GID/CTLH ubiquitin ligase complex regulates protein homeostasis of sonic hedgehog signaling components., Hantel F, Liu H, Fechtner L, Neuhaus H, Ding J, Arlt D, Walentek P, Villavicencio-Lorini P, Gerhardt C, Hollemann T, Pfirrmann T., J Cell Sci. May 1, 2022; 135 (9):                                     


Reduced Retinoic Acid Signaling During Gastrulation Induces Developmental Microcephaly., Gur M, Bendelac-Kapon L, Shabtai Y, Pillemer G, Fainsod A., Front Cell Dev Biol. January 1, 2022; 10 844619.                        


The Ribosomal Protein L5 Functions During Xenopus Anterior Development Through Apoptotic Pathways., Schreiner C, Kernl B, Dietmann P, Riegger RJ, Kühl M, Kühl SJ., Front Cell Dev Biol. January 1, 2022; 10 777121.                        


Function of chromatin modifier Hmgn1 during neural crest and craniofacial development., Ihewulezi C, Saint-Jeannet JP., Genesis. October 1, 2021; 59 (10): e23447.              


Modeling human congenital disorders with neural crest developmental defects using patient-derived induced pluripotent stem cells., Okuno H, Okano H., Regen Ther. August 24, 2021; 18 275-280.      


Retinol binding protein 1 affects Xenopus anterior neural development via all-trans retinoic acid signaling., Flach H, Basten T, Schreiner C, Dietmann P, Greco S, Nies L, Roßmanith N, Walter S, Kühl M, Kühl SJ., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2021; 250 (8): 1096-1112.                


DLG5 variants are associated with multiple congenital anomalies including ciliopathy phenotypes., Marquez J, Mann N, Arana K, Deniz E, Ji W, Konstantino M, Mis EK, Deshpande C, Jeffries L, McGlynn J, Hugo H, Widmeier E, Konrad M, Tasic V, Morotti R, Baptista J, Ellard S, Lakhani SA, Hildebrandt F, Khokha MK., J Med Genet. July 1, 2021; 58 (7): 453-464.                        


Parallel in vivo analysis of large-effect autism genes implicates cortical neurogenesis and estrogen in risk and resilience., Willsey HR, Exner CRT, Xu Y, Xu Y, Everitt A, Sun N, Wang B, Dea J, Schmunk G, Zaltsman Y, Teerikorpi N, Kim A, Anderson AS, Shin D, Seyler M, Nowakowski TJ, Harland RM, Willsey AJ, State MW., Neuron. March 3, 2021; 109 (5): 788-804.e8.


Rab11fip5 regulates telencephalon development via ephrinB1 recycling., Yoon J, Garo J, Lee M, Sun J, Hwang YS, Daar IO., Development. February 2, 2021; 148 (3):                                                             


Xenopus leads the way: Frogs as a pioneering model to understand the human brain., Exner CRT, Willsey HR., Genesis. February 1, 2021; 59 (1-2): e23405.          


Modeling endoderm development and disease in Xenopus., Edwards NA, Zorn AM., Curr Top Dev Biol. January 1, 2021; 145 61-90.


Sprouty2 regulates positioning of retinal progenitors through suppressing the Ras/Raf/MAPK pathway., Sun J, Yoon J, Lee M, Hwang YS, Daar IO., Sci Rep. August 13, 2020; 10 (1): 13752.                      


Interplay of TRIM2 E3 Ubiquitin Ligase and ALIX/ESCRT Complex: Control of Developmental Plasticity During Early Neurogenesis., Lokapally A, Neuhaus H, Herfurth J, Hollemann T., Cells. July 20, 2020; 9 (7):                                           


Modeling ocular lens disease in Xenopus., Viet J, Reboutier D, Hardy S, Lachke SA, Paillard L, Gautier-Courteille C., Dev Dyn. May 1, 2020; 249 (5): 610-621.          


Preventing Ethanol-Induced Brain and Eye Morphology Defects Using Optogenetics., Pai VP, Adams DS., Bioelectricity. December 1, 2019; 1 (4): 260-272.


Leukemia inhibitory factor signaling in Xenopus embryo: Insights from gain of function analysis and dominant negative mutant of the receptor., Jalvy S, Veschambre P, Fédou S, Rezvani HR, Thézé N, Thiébaud P., Dev Biol. March 15, 2019; 447 (2): 200-213.                                  


Nucleotide receptor P2RY4 is required for head formation via induction and maintenance of head organizer in Xenopus laevis., Harata A, Hirakawa M, Sakuma T, Yamamoto T, Hashimoto C., Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 2019; 61 (2): 186-197.                                


Nosip functions during vertebrate eye and cranial cartilage development., Flach H, Krieg J, Hoffmeister M, Dietmann P, Reusch A, Wischmann L, Kernl B, Riegger R, Oess S, Kühl SJ., Dev Dyn. September 1, 2018; 247 (9): 1070-1082.                


HCN2 Rescues brain defects by enforcing endogenous voltage pre-patterns., Pai VP, Pietak A, Willocq V, Ye B, Shi NQ, Levin M., Nat Commun. March 8, 2018; 9 (1): 998.                        


An Epha4/Sipa1l3/Wnt pathway regulates eye development and lens maturation., Rothe M, Kanwal N, Dietmann P, Seigfried FA, Hempel A, Schütz D, Reim D, Engels R, Linnemann A, Schmeisser MJ, Bockmann J, Kühl M, Boeckers TM, Kühl SJ., Development. January 15, 2017; 144 (2): 321-333.                              


Xenopus as a model system for studying pancreatic development and diabetes., Kofent J, Spagnoli FM., Semin Cell Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 51 106-16.  


Xenopus pax6 mutants affect eye development and other organ systems, and have phenotypic similarities to human aniridia patients., Nakayama T, Fisher M, Fisher M, Nakajima K, Odeleye AO, Zimmerman KB, Fish MB, Yaoita Y, Chojnowski JL, Lauderdale JD, Netland PA, Grainger RM., Dev Biol. December 15, 2015; 408 (2): 328-44.                              


Developmental role of plk4 in Xenopus laevis and Danio rerio: implications for Seckel Syndrome., Rapchak CE, Patel N, Hudson J, Crawford M., Biochem Cell Biol. August 1, 2015; 93 (4): 396-404.  


Transcriptional regulator PRDM12 is essential for human pain perception., Chen YC, Chen YC, Auer-Grumbach M, Matsukawa S, Zitzelsberger M, Themistocleous AC, Strom TM, Samara C, Moore AW, Cho LT, Young GT, Weiss C, Schabhüttl M, Stucka R, Schmid AB, Parman Y, Graul-Neumann L, Heinritz W, Passarge E, Watson RM, Hertz JM, Moog U, Baumgartner M, Valente EM, Pereira D, Restrepo CM, Katona I, Dusl M, Stendel C, Wieland T, Stafford F, Reimann F, von Au K, Finke C, Willems PJ, Nahorski MS, Shaikh SS, Carvalho OP, Nicholas AK, Karbani G, McAleer MA, Cilio MR, McHugh JC, Murphy SM, Irvine AD, Jensen UB, Windhager R, Weis J, Bergmann C, Rautenstrauss B, Baets J, De Jonghe P, Reilly MM, Kropatsch R, Kurth I, Chrast R, Michiue T, Bennett DL, Woods CG, Senderek J., Nat Genet. July 1, 2015; 47 (7): 803-8.          


Xenopus mutant reveals necessity of rax for specifying the eye field which otherwise forms tissue with telencephalic and diencephalic character., Fish MB, Nakayama T, Fisher M, Hirsch N, Cox A, Reeder R, Carruthers S, Hall A, Stemple DL, Grainger RM., Dev Biol. November 15, 2014; 395 (2): 317-330.                  


The retinal pigment epithelium: an important player of retinal disorders and regeneration., Chiba C., Exp Eye Res. June 1, 2014; 123 107-14.        


Maternal xNorrin, a canonical Wnt signaling agonist and TGF-β antagonist, controls early neuroectoderm specification in Xenopus., Xu S, Cheng F, Liang J, Wu W, Zhang J., PLoS Biol. January 1, 2012; 10 (3): e1001286.                                    


Over-expression of atf4 in Xenopus embryos interferes with neurogenesis and eye formation., Liu JT, Yang Y, Guo XG, Chen M, Ding HZ, Chen YL, Chen YL, Wang MR., Dongwuxue Yanjiu. October 1, 2011; 32 (5): 485-91.            


Early molecular effects of ethanol during vertebrate embryogenesis., Yelin R, Kot H, Yelin D, Fainsod A., Differentiation. June 1, 2007; 75 (5): 393-403.                    


Eye and neural defects associated with loss of GDF6., Hanel ML, Hensey C., BMC Dev Biol. June 6, 2006; 6 43.          


Negative regulation of Hedgehog signaling by the cholesterogenic enzyme 7-dehydrocholesterol reductase., Koide T, Hayata T, Cho KW., Development. June 1, 2006; 133 (12): 2395-405.                


Neural and eye-specific defects associated with loss of the imitation switch (ISWI) chromatin remodeler in Xenopus laevis., Dirscherl SS, Henry JJ, Krebs JE., Mech Dev. November 1, 2005; 122 (11): 1157-70.          


Ethanol exposure affects gene expression in the embryonic organizer and reduces retinoic acid levels., Yelin R, Schyr RB, Kot H, Zins S, Frumkin A, Pillemer G, Fainsod A., Dev Biol. March 1, 2005; 279 (1): 193-204.                  


A critical role of Pax6 in alcohol-induced fetal microcephaly., Peng Y, Yang PH, Ng SS, Wong OG, Liu J, He ML, Kung HF, Lin MC., Neurobiol Dis. July 1, 2004; 16 (2): 370-6.


Catalase and peroxiredoxin 5 protect Xenopus embryos against alcohol-induced ocular anomalies., Peng Y, Yang PH, Guo Y, Ng SS, Liu J, Fung PC, Tay D, Ge J, He ML, Kung HF, Lin MC., Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. January 1, 2004; 45 (1): 23-9.

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