Developmental Biology, 1095-564X

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  1. 2019
  2. Maintaining multipotent trunk neural crest stem cells as self-renewing crestospheres

    Sofie Mohlin, Ezgi Kunttas, Camilla U. Persson, Reem Abdel-Haq, Aldo Castillo, Christina Murko, Marianne E. Bronner & Laura Kerosuo, 2019, In : Developmental Biology. 447, 2, p. 137-146

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  3. 2016
  4. A somatic mutation of GFI1B identified in leukemia alters cell fate via a SPI1 (PU.1) centered genetic regulatory network.

    Eduardo Anguita, Rajeev Gupta, Victor Olariu, Peter J Valk, Carsten Peterson, Ruud Delwel & Tariq Enver, 2016, In : Developmental Biology. 411, 2, p. 277-286

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  5. 2015
  6. MicroRNA-200c-141 and ∆Np63 are required for breast epithelial differentiation and branching morphogenesis.

    Bylgja Hilmarsdóttir, Eirikur Briem, Valgardur Sigurdsson, Sigrídur Rut Franzdóttir, Markus Ringnér, Ari Jon Arason, Jon Thor Bergthorsson, Magnus Karl Magnusson & Thorarinn Gudjonsson, 2015, In : Developmental Biology. 403, 2, p. 150-161

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  7. 2011
  8. Fibroblast growth factor 10 represses premature cell differentiation during establishment of the intestinal progenitor niche

    Pia Nyeng, Maureen Ann Bjerke, Gitte Anker Norgaard, Xiaoling Qu, Sune Kobberup & Jan Jensen, 2011, In : Developmental Biology. 349, 1, p. 20-34

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  9. Growth-limiting role of endothelial cells in endoderm development.

    Fredrik Wolfhagen Sand, Andreas Hörnblad, Jenny Johansson, Christina Lorén, Josefina Edsbagge, Anders Ståhlberg, Judith Magenheim, Ohad Ilovich, Eyal Mishani, Yuval Dor, Ulf Ahlgren & Henrik Semb, 2011, In : Developmental Biology. 352, 2, p. 267-277

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  10. The Dkk1 dose is critical for eye development

    Oliver Lieven & Ulrich Ruether, 2011, In : Developmental Biology. 355, 1, p. 124-137

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  11. The dual regulator Sufu integrates Hedgehog and Wnt signals in the early Xenopus embryo

    Hooi Min Tan Grahn, Martin Kriebel, Shirui Hou & Edgar Pera, 2011, In : Developmental Biology. 358, 1, p. 262-276

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  12. 2008
  13. Signaling via the Tgf-beta type I receptor Alk5 in heart development

    Somyoth Sridurongrit, Jonas Larsson, Robert Schwartz, Pilar Ruiz-Lozano & Vesa Kaartinen, 2008, In : Developmental Biology. 322, 1, p. 208-218

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  14. 2006
  15. Epithelial and ectomesenchymal role of the type I TGF-beta receptor ALK5 during facial morphogenesis and palatal fusion

    Marek Dudas, Jieun Kim, Wai-Yee Li, Andre Nagy, Jonas Larsson, Stefan Karlsson, Yang Chai & Vesa Kaartinen, 2006, In : Developmental Biology. 296, 2, p. 298-314

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  16. 2005
  17. Altered primordial germ cell migration in the absence of transforming growth factor beta signaling via ALK5

    S M C D Lopes, S van den Driesche, R L C Carvalho, Jonas Larsson, B Eggen, M A Surani & C L Mummery, 2005, In : Developmental Biology. 284, 1, p. 194-203

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  18. Distinctive functions of membrane type 1 matrix-metalloprotease (MT1-MMP or MMP-14) in lung and submandibular gland development are independent of its role in pro-MMP-2 activation

    S A Oblander, Z J Zhou, B G Galvez, B Starcher, J M Shannon, Madeleine Durbeej-Hjalt, A G Arroyo, K Tryggvason & S S Apte, 2005, In : Developmental Biology. 277, 1, p. 255-269

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  19. 2003
  20. Laminin alpha 5 chain is required for intestinal smooth muscle development

    AL Bolcato-Bellemin, O Lefebvre, C Arnold, Lydia Sorokin, JH Miner, M Kedinger & P Simon-Assmann, 2003, In : Developmental Biology. 260, 2, p. 376-390

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  21. None of the integrins known to be present on the mouse egg or to be ADAM receptors are essential for sperm-egg binding and fusion

    ZY He, Cord Brakebusch, R Fassler, JA Kreidberg, P Primakoff & DG Myles, 2003, In : Developmental Biology. 254, 2, p. 226-237

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  22. Role for laminin-alpha 5 chain LG4 module in epithelial branching morphogenesis

    Y Kadoya, M Mochizuki, M Nomizu, Lydia Sorokin & S Yamashina, 2003, In : Developmental Biology. 263, 1, p. 153-164

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  23. 2001
  24. Neural Induction in the Absence of Mesoderm: β-Catenin-Dependent Expression of Secreted BMP Antagonists at the Blastula Stage in Xenopus

    Oliver Wessely, Eric Agius, Michael Oegelschläger, Edgar Pera & E M De Robertis, 2001, In : Developmental Biology. 234, 1, p. 161-173

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  25. 1999
  26. PDGFB regulates the development of the labyrinthine layer of the mouse fetal placenta.

    R. Ohlsson, P. Falck, M. Hellström, P. Lindahl, Hans Ehrencrona, G. Franklin, L. Ahrlund-Richter, J. Pollard, P. Soriano & C. Betsholtz, 1999, In : Developmental Biology. 212, 1, p. 124-136

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  27. 1995