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Papers associated with pax2 (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.                            


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;             


Xenopus Ssbp2 is required for embryonic pronephros morphogenesis and terminal differentiation., Cervino AS, Collodel MG, Lopez IA, Roa C, Hochbaum D, Hukriede NA, Cirio MC., Sci Rep. October 4, 2023; 13 (1): 16671.                                          


Time-resolved quantitative proteomic analysis of the developing Xenopus otic vesicle reveals putative congenital hearing loss candidates., Baxi AB, Nemes P, Moody SA., iScience. September 15, 2023; 26 (9): 107665.                          


Hnf1b renal expression directed by a distal enhancer responsive to Pax8., Goea L, Buisson I, Bello V, Eschstruth A, Paces-Fessy M, Le Bouffant R, Chesneau A, Cereghini S, Riou JF, Umbhauer M., Sci Rep. November 19, 2022; 12 (1): 19921.            


Generation of a new six1-null line in Xenopus tropicalis for study of development and congenital disease., Coppenrath K, Tavares ALP, Shaidani NI, Wlizla M, Moody SA, Horb M., Genesis. December 1, 2021; 59 (12): e23453.        


Ttc30a affects tubulin modifications in a model for ciliary chondrodysplasia with polycystic kidney disease., Getwan M, Hoppmann A, Schlosser P, Grand K, Song W, Diehl R, Schroda S, Heeg F, Deutsch K, Hildebrandt F, Lausch E, Köttgen A, Lienkamp SS., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. September 28, 2021; 118 (39):                                                   


Sobp modulates the transcriptional activation of Six1 target genes and is required during craniofacial development., Tavares ALP, Jourdeuil K, Neilson KM, Majumdar HD, Moody SA., Development. September 1, 2021; 148 (17):                       


Novel truncating mutations in CTNND1 cause a dominant craniofacial and cardiac syndrome., Alharatani R, Ververi A, Beleza-Meireles A, Ji W, Mis E, Patterson QT, Griffin JN, Bhujel N, Chang CA, Dixit A, Konstantino M, Healy C, Hannan S, Neo N, Cash A, Li D, Bhoj E, Zackai EH, Cleaver R, Baralle D, McEntagart M, Newbury-Ecob R, Scott R, Hurst JA, Au PYB, Hosey MT, Khokha M, Marciano DK, Lakhani SA, Liu KJ, Liu KJ., Hum Mol Genet. July 21, 2020; 29 (11): 1900-1921.                  


Six1 proteins with human branchio-oto-renal mutations differentially affect cranial gene expression and otic development., Shah AM, Krohn P, Baxi AB, Tavares ALP, Sullivan CH, Chillakuru YR, Majumdar HD, Neilson KM, Moody SA., Dis Model Mech. March 3, 2020; 13 (3):                                               


MiR-9 and the Midbrain-Hindbrain Boundary: A Showcase for the Limited Functional Conservation and Regulatory Complexity of MicroRNAs., Alwin Prem Anand A, Alvarez-Bolado G, Wizenmann A., Front Cell Dev Biol. January 1, 2020; 8 586158.  


BAP1 regulates epigenetic switch from pluripotency to differentiation in developmental lineages giving rise to BAP1-mutant cancers., Kuznetsov JN, Aguero TH, Owens DA, Kurtenbach S, Field MG, Durante MA, Rodriguez DA, King ML, Harbour JW., Sci Adv. September 18, 2019; 5 (9): eaax1738.        


Modeling congenital kidney diseases in Xenopus laevis., Blackburn ATM, Miller RK., Dis Model Mech. April 9, 2019; 12 (4):       


A molecular atlas of the developing ectoderm defines neural, neural crest, placode, and nonneural progenitor identity in vertebrates., Plouhinec JL, Medina-Ruiz S, Borday C, Bernard E, Vert JP, Eisen MB, Harland RM, Monsoro-Burq AH., PLoS Biol. October 19, 2017; 15 (10): e2004045.                                              


no privacy, a Xenopus tropicalis mutant, is a model of human Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome and allows visualization of internal organogenesis during tadpole development., Nakayama T, Nakajima K, Cox A, Fisher M, Fisher M, Howell M, Fish MB, Yaoita Y, Grainger RM., Dev Biol. June 15, 2017; 426 (2): 472-486.                          


Pa2G4 is a novel Six1 co-factor that is required for neural crest and otic development., Neilson KM, Abbruzzesse G, Kenyon K, Bartolo V, Krohn P, Alfandari D, Alfandari D, Moody SA., Dev Biol. January 15, 2017; 421 (2): 171-182.                    


Using Xenopus to study genetic kidney diseases., Lienkamp SS., Semin Cell Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 51 117-24.    


CRISPR/Cas9: An inexpensive, efficient loss of function tool to screen human disease genes in Xenopus., Bhattacharya D, Marfo CA, Li D, Lane M, Khokha MK., Dev Biol. December 15, 2015; 408 (2): 196-204.            


Exon capture and bulk segregant analysis: rapid discovery of causative mutations using high-throughput sequencing., del Viso F, Bhattacharya D, Kong Y, Gilchrist MJ, Khokha MK., BMC Genomics. November 21, 2012; 13 649.                  


Williams Syndrome Transcription Factor is critical for neural crest cell function in Xenopus laevis., Barnett C, Yazgan O, Kuo HC, Malakar S, Thomas T, Fitzgerald A, Harbour W, Henry JJ, Krebs JE., Mech Dev. January 1, 2012; 129 (9-12): 324-38.              


Xenopus as a model system for the study of GOLPH2/GP73 function: Xenopus GOLPH2 is required for pronephros development., Li L, Wen L, Gong Y, Mei G, Liu J, Chen Y, Peng T., PLoS One. January 1, 2012; 7 (6): e38939.                                              


The miR-30 miRNA family regulates Xenopus pronephros development and targets the transcription factor Xlim1/Lhx1., Agrawal R, Tran U, Wessely O., Development. December 1, 2009; 136 (23): 3927-36.              


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.                

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