Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research
18 papers found
Different Ectopic Hoxa2 Expression Levels in Mouse Cranial Neural Crest Cells Result in Distinct Craniofacial Anomalies and Homeotic Phenotypes
A unique bipartite Polycomb signature regulates stimulus-response transcription during development
Dlx5-augmentation in neural crest cells reveals early development and differentiation potential of mouse apical head mesenchyme
Lysine demethylase 7a regulates murine anterior-posterior development by modulating the transcription of Hox gene cluster
Lysine demethylase 7a regulates the anterior-posterior development in mouse by modulating the transcription of Hox gene cluster
Barrelette map formation in the prenatal mouse brainstem
Integrating into the Rhombomere Community across the Border
Probing the origin of matching functional jaws: roles of Dlx5/6 in cranial neural crest cells.
Nuclear Pore Protein Meets Transcription Factor in Neural Fate
Gene bivalency at Polycomb domains regulates cranial neural crest positional identity
Hox2 Genes Are Required for Tonotopic Map Precision and Sound Discrimination in the Mouse Auditory Brainstem
Differing contributions of the first and second pharyngeal arches to tympanic membrane formation in the mouse and chick
Developmental mechanisms of the tympanic membrane in mammals and non-mammalian amniotes
Distinct effects of Hoxa2 overexpression in cranial neural crest populations reveal that the mammalian hyomandibular-ceratohyal boundary maps within the styloid process
Developmental genetic bases behind the independent origin of the tympanic membrane in mammals and diapsids
Mouse Hoxa2 mutations provide a model for microtia and auricle duplication.
Endothelin Regulates Neural Crest Deployment and Fate to Form Great Vessels through Dlx5/Dlx6-independent Mechanisms.
Identification and developmental analysis of endothelin receptor type-A expressing cells in the mouse kidney
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