Tubb3

Summary

Gene Symbol: Tubb3
Description: tubulin, beta 3 class III
Alias: 3200002H15Rik, M(beta)3, M(beta)6, tubulin beta-3 chain, betaIII-tubulin
Species: mouse
Products:     Tubb3

Top Publications

  1. Gil Sanz C, Landeira B, Ramos C, Costa M, M ller U. Proliferative defects and formation of a double cortex in mice lacking Mltt4 and Cdh2 in the dorsal telencephalon. J Neurosci. 2014;34:10475-87 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings suggest that defects in adherens junctions components in mice massively affects progenitor cell proliferation and leads to a double cortex-like phenotype...
  2. Kim M, Roesener A, Mendonca P, Mastick G. Robo1 and Robo2 have distinct roles in pioneer longitudinal axon guidance. Dev Biol. 2011;358:181-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, while Robo1 and 2 have some genetic overlap to cooperate in guiding longitudinal axons, each isoform has distinct functions in specific longitudinal axon populations. ..
  3. Ferron S, Charalambous M, Radford E, McEwen K, Wildner H, Hind E, et al. Postnatal loss of Dlk1 imprinting in stem cells and niche astrocytes regulates neurogenesis. Nature. 2011;475:381-5 pubmed publisher
  4. Jeong S, Luo R, Li S, Strokes N, Piao X. Characterization of G protein-coupled receptor 56 protein expression in the mouse developing neocortex. J Comp Neurol. 2012;520:2930-40 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the correlation between GPR56 expression in neurons at E10.5-E11.5 and the anatomic distribution of the cortical malformation in both humans and mice suggests that its function in preplate neurons is indispensible. ..
  5. Cappello S, Böhringer C, Bergami M, Conzelmann K, Ghanem A, Tomassy G, et al. A radial glia-specific role of RhoA in double cortex formation. Neuron. 2012;73:911-24 pubmed publisher
    ..These data not only demonstrate that RhoA is largely dispensable for migration in neurons but also showed that defects in radial glial cells, rather than neurons, can be sufficient to produce SBH. ..
  6. Rogers S, Gahring L. Nicotinic receptor Alpha7 expression during tooth morphogenesis reveals functional pleiotropy. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e36467 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate distinct and varied spatiotemporal expression of alpha7 during tooth development, and they suggest that dysfunction of this receptor would have diverse impacts upon the adult organ. ..
  7. Luo R, Jeong S, Jin Z, Strokes N, Li S, Piao X. G protein-coupled receptor 56 and collagen III, a receptor-ligand pair, regulates cortical development and lamination. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:12925-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, collagen III regulates the proper lamination of the cerebral cortex by acting as the major ligand of GPR56 in the developing brain. ..
  8. Dominguez Frutos E, López Hernández I, Vendrell V, Neves J, Gallozzi M, Gutsche K, et al. N-myc controls proliferation, morphogenesis, and patterning of the inner ear. J Neurosci. 2011;31:7178-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our data suggest that N-myc regulates growth, morphogenesis, and pattern formation during the development of the inner ear. ..
  9. Fujiwara H, Ferreira M, Donati G, MARCIANO D, Linton J, Sato Y, et al. The basement membrane of hair follicle stem cells is a muscle cell niche. Cell. 2011;144:577-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, bulge stem cells, via nephronectin expression, create a smooth muscle cell niche and act as tendon cells for the APM. Our results reveal a functional role for basement membrane heterogeneity in tissue patterning. PAPERCLIP: ..
  10. Wei H, Lang M, Jiang X. Calretinin is expressed in the intermediate cells during olfactory receptor neuron development. Neurosci Lett. 2013;542:42-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, calretinin can serve as a marker of the intermediate ORNs. With this discovery, future studies can use calretinin as a tool to define these intermediate ORNs during olfactory neurogenesis. ..

Detail Information

Publications92

  1. Gil Sanz C, Landeira B, Ramos C, Costa M, M ller U. Proliferative defects and formation of a double cortex in mice lacking Mltt4 and Cdh2 in the dorsal telencephalon. J Neurosci. 2014;34:10475-87 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings suggest that defects in adherens junctions components in mice massively affects progenitor cell proliferation and leads to a double cortex-like phenotype...
  2. Kim M, Roesener A, Mendonca P, Mastick G. Robo1 and Robo2 have distinct roles in pioneer longitudinal axon guidance. Dev Biol. 2011;358:181-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, while Robo1 and 2 have some genetic overlap to cooperate in guiding longitudinal axons, each isoform has distinct functions in specific longitudinal axon populations. ..
  3. Ferron S, Charalambous M, Radford E, McEwen K, Wildner H, Hind E, et al. Postnatal loss of Dlk1 imprinting in stem cells and niche astrocytes regulates neurogenesis. Nature. 2011;475:381-5 pubmed publisher
  4. Jeong S, Luo R, Li S, Strokes N, Piao X. Characterization of G protein-coupled receptor 56 protein expression in the mouse developing neocortex. J Comp Neurol. 2012;520:2930-40 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the correlation between GPR56 expression in neurons at E10.5-E11.5 and the anatomic distribution of the cortical malformation in both humans and mice suggests that its function in preplate neurons is indispensible. ..
  5. Cappello S, Böhringer C, Bergami M, Conzelmann K, Ghanem A, Tomassy G, et al. A radial glia-specific role of RhoA in double cortex formation. Neuron. 2012;73:911-24 pubmed publisher
    ..These data not only demonstrate that RhoA is largely dispensable for migration in neurons but also showed that defects in radial glial cells, rather than neurons, can be sufficient to produce SBH. ..
  6. Rogers S, Gahring L. Nicotinic receptor Alpha7 expression during tooth morphogenesis reveals functional pleiotropy. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e36467 pubmed publisher
    ..These results demonstrate distinct and varied spatiotemporal expression of alpha7 during tooth development, and they suggest that dysfunction of this receptor would have diverse impacts upon the adult organ. ..
  7. Luo R, Jeong S, Jin Z, Strokes N, Li S, Piao X. G protein-coupled receptor 56 and collagen III, a receptor-ligand pair, regulates cortical development and lamination. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:12925-30 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, collagen III regulates the proper lamination of the cerebral cortex by acting as the major ligand of GPR56 in the developing brain. ..
  8. Dominguez Frutos E, López Hernández I, Vendrell V, Neves J, Gallozzi M, Gutsche K, et al. N-myc controls proliferation, morphogenesis, and patterning of the inner ear. J Neurosci. 2011;31:7178-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, our data suggest that N-myc regulates growth, morphogenesis, and pattern formation during the development of the inner ear. ..
  9. Fujiwara H, Ferreira M, Donati G, MARCIANO D, Linton J, Sato Y, et al. The basement membrane of hair follicle stem cells is a muscle cell niche. Cell. 2011;144:577-89 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, bulge stem cells, via nephronectin expression, create a smooth muscle cell niche and act as tendon cells for the APM. Our results reveal a functional role for basement membrane heterogeneity in tissue patterning. PAPERCLIP: ..
  10. Wei H, Lang M, Jiang X. Calretinin is expressed in the intermediate cells during olfactory receptor neuron development. Neurosci Lett. 2013;542:42-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, calretinin can serve as a marker of the intermediate ORNs. With this discovery, future studies can use calretinin as a tool to define these intermediate ORNs during olfactory neurogenesis. ..
  11. Ogata Iwao M, Inatani M, Iwao K, Takihara Y, Nakaishi Fukuchi Y, Irie F, et al. Heparan sulfate regulates intraretinal axon pathfinding by retinal ganglion cells. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2011;52:6671-9 pubmed publisher
  12. Higginbotham H, Guo J, Yokota Y, Umberger N, Su C, Li J, et al. Arl13b-regulated cilia activities are essential for polarized radial glial scaffold formation. Nat Neurosci. 2013;16:1000-7 pubmed publisher
  13. Gatz S, Ju L, Gruber R, Hoffmann E, Carr A, Wang Z, et al. Requirement for DNA ligase IV during embryonic neuronal development. J Neurosci. 2011;31:10088-100 pubmed publisher
    ..The VZ/SVZ, in contrast, is highly sensitive to acute radiation-induced DSB formation. ..
  14. De Gendt K, Denolet E, Willems A, Daniëls V, Clinckemalie L, Denayer S, et al. Expression of Tubb3, a beta-tubulin isotype, is regulated by androgens in mouse and rat Sertoli cells. Biol Reprod. 2011;85:934-45 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we found that one of these components, the beta-tubulin isotype Tubb3, is differentially regulated in testes from SCARKO mice (relative to littermate controls) from Postnatal Day 10 to ..
  15. Patel A, Krimm R. Neurotrophin-4 regulates the survival of gustatory neurons earlier in development using a different mechanism than brain-derived neurotrophic factor. Dev Biol. 2012;365:50-60 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, compared to BDNF, NT-4 plays distinct roles in gustatory development; differences include timing, source of neurotrophin, and mechanism of action. ..
  16. Postiglione M, Jüschke C, Xie Y, Haas G, Charalambous C, Knoblich J. Mouse inscuteable induces apical-basal spindle orientation to facilitate intermediate progenitor generation in the developing neocortex. Neuron. 2011;72:269-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results indicate that the orientation of progenitor cell divisions is important for correct lineage specification in the developing mammalian brain. ..
  17. Ngan E, Garcia Barcelo M, Yip B, Poon H, Lau S, Kwok C, et al. Hedgehog/Notch-induced premature gliogenesis represents a new disease mechanism for Hirschsprung disease in mice and humans. J Clin Invest. 2011;121:3467-78 pubmed publisher
    ..Collectively, we defined PTCH1 and DLL3 as HSCR susceptibility genes and suggest that Hedgehog/Notch-induced premature gliogenesis may represent a new disease mechanism for HSCR. ..
  18. Cariboni A, Davidson K, Dozio E, Memi F, Schwarz Q, Stossi F, et al. VEGF signalling controls GnRH neuron survival via NRP1 independently of KDR and blood vessels. Development. 2011;138:3723-33 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the loss of both neuropilin ligands leads to an almost complete failure to establish the GnRH neuron system. ..
  19. Erickson C, Zaitoun I, Haberman K, Gosain A, Druckenbrod N, Epstein M. Sacral neural crest-derived cells enter the aganglionic colon of Ednrb-/- mice along extrinsic nerve fibers. J Comp Neurol. 2012;520:620-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Extrinsic nerve fibers serve as a route of entry for both rodent and avian sacral crest into the hindgut. ..
  20. Fei D, Krimm R. Taste neurons consist of both a large TrkB-receptor-dependent and a small TrkB-receptor-independent subpopulation. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e83460 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, these remaining neurons do not express the TrkB receptor, which indicates that either BDNF or NT-4 must act via additional receptors to influence tongue innervation and/or targeting. ..
  21. Lee M, Yutzey K. Twist1 directly regulates genes that promote cell proliferation and migration in developing heart valves. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e29758 pubmed publisher
  22. Huang T, Krimm R. BDNF and NT4 play interchangeable roles in gustatory development. Dev Biol. 2014;386:308-20 pubmed publisher
    ..Spatial and temporal differences in BDNF and NT4 expression can regulate differential gene expression in vivo and determine their specific roles during development. ..
  23. Broders Bondon F, Paul Gilloteaux P, Carlier C, Radice G, Dufour S. N-cadherin and ?1-integrins cooperate during the development of the enteric nervous system. Dev Biol. 2012;364:178-91 pubmed publisher
    ..In conclusion, our data reveal that N-cadherin is not essential for ENS development but it does modulate the modes of ENCC migration and acts in concert with ?1-integrin to control the proper development of the ENS. ..
  24. George L, Chaverra M, Wolfe L, Thorne J, Close Davis M, Eibs A, et al. Familial dysautonomia model reveals Ikbkap deletion causes apoptosis of Pax3+ progenitors and peripheral neurons. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013;110:18698-703 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, these data suggest that FD does not result from a failure in trunk neural crest migration, but rather from a critical function for Ikbkap in TrkA progenitors and TrkA(+) neurons. ..
  25. Appler J, Lu C, Druckenbrod N, Yu W, Koundakjian E, Goodrich L. Gata3 is a critical regulator of cochlear wiring. J Neurosci. 2013;33:3679-91 pubmed publisher
    ..As the first auditory-specific regulator of SGN development, Gata3 provides a useful molecular entry point for efforts to engineer SGNs for the restoration of hearing. ..
  26. Gil Sanz C, Franco S, Martinez Garay I, Espinosa A, Harkins Perry S, Muller U. Cajal-Retzius cells instruct neuronal migration by coincidence signaling between secreted and contact-dependent guidance cues. Neuron. 2013;79:461-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings identify nectins and afadin as components of the reelin signaling pathway and demonstrate that coincidence signaling between CR cell-derived secreted and short-range guidance cues direct neuronal migration. ..
  27. Andrieu D, Watrin F, Niinobe M, Yoshikawa K, Muscatelli F, Fernandez P. Expression of the Prader-Willi gene Necdin during mouse nervous system development correlates with neuronal differentiation and p75NTR expression. Gene Expr Patterns. 2003;3:761-5 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, they are also consistent with the putative role of Necdin in signaling events promoted by p75NTR during mouse nervous system development. ..
  28. Muzio L, Di Benedetto B, DiBenedetto B, Stoykova A, Boncinelli E, Gruss P, et al. Emx2 and Pax6 control regionalization of the pre-neuronogenic cortical primordium. Cereb Cortex. 2002;12:129-39 pubmed
  29. Deng S, Hirschberg A, Worzfeld T, Penachioni J, Korostylev A, Swiercz J, et al. Plexin-B2, but not Plexin-B1, critically modulates neuronal migration and patterning of the developing nervous system in vivo. J Neurosci. 2007;27:6333-47 pubmed
    ..These genetic and functional analyses reveal a key requirement for Plexin-B2, but not Plexin-B1, in patterning of the vertebrate nervous system in vivo. ..
  30. Miesegaes G, Klisch T, Thaller C, Ahmad K, Atkinson R, Zoghbi H. Identification and subclassification of new Atoh1 derived cell populations during mouse spinal cord development. Dev Biol. 2009;327:339-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Altogether we reveal the existence of multiple Atoh1 dependent cell types in the spinal cord, and uncover a novel progenitor domain that arises late in development. ..
  31. Rajaii F, Bitzer Z, Xu Q, Sockanathan S. Expression of the dominant negative retinoid receptor, RAR403, alters telencephalic progenitor proliferation, survival, and cell fate specification. Dev Biol. 2008;316:371-82 pubmed publisher
  32. Tucker E, Lehtinen M, Maynard T, Zirlinger M, Dulac C, RAWSON N, et al. Proliferative and transcriptional identity of distinct classes of neural precursors in the mammalian olfactory epithelium. Development. 2010;137:2471-81 pubmed publisher
  33. Iulianella A, Sharma M, Durnin M, Vanden Heuvel G, Trainor P. Cux2 (Cutl2) integrates neural progenitor development with cell-cycle progression during spinal cord neurogenesis. Development. 2008;135:729-41 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus our work defines novel roles for Cux2 as a transcription factor that integrates cell-cycle progression with neural progenitor development during spinal cord neurogenesis. ..
  34. Kosodo Y, Röper K, Haubensak W, Marzesco A, Corbeil D, Huttner W. Asymmetric distribution of the apical plasma membrane during neurogenic divisions of mammalian neuroepithelial cells. EMBO J. 2004;23:2314-24 pubmed
    ..Our results support a novel concept for the cell biological basis of asymmetric, neurogenic divisions of neuroepithelial cells in the mammalian central nervous system. ..
  35. Haubst N, Georges Labouesse E, De Arcangelis A, Mayer U, Gotz M. Basement membrane attachment is dispensable for radial glial cell fate and for proliferation, but affects positioning of neuronal subtypes. Development. 2006;133:3245-54 pubmed
    ..Thus, although BM attachment seems dispensable for precursor cells, an intact BM is required for adequate neuronal composition of the cerebral cortex. ..
  36. Panhuysen M, Vogt Weisenhorn D, Blanquet V, Brodski C, Heinzmann U, Beisker W, et al. Effects of Wnt1 signaling on proliferation in the developing mid-/hindbrain region. Mol Cell Neurosci. 2004;26:101-11 pubmed
    ..We suggest that Wnt1 acts as a regulator of proliferation of specific precursor populations in the developing mid-/hindbrain region and is only secondarily involved in maintenance of the mid-/hindbrain organizer. ..
  37. Bedford L, Walker R, Kondo T, van Crüchten I, King E, Sablitzky F. Id4 is required for the correct timing of neural differentiation. Dev Biol. 2005;280:386-95 pubmed
    ..Together, these in vivo and in vitro data suggest a crucial role for Id4 in regulating NPC proliferation and differentiation. ..
  38. Quinn J, Molinek M, Martynoga B, Zaki P, Faedo A, Bulfone A, et al. Pax6 controls cerebral cortical cell number by regulating exit from the cell cycle and specifies cortical cell identity by a cell autonomous mechanism. Dev Biol. 2007;302:50-65 pubmed
  39. Ferri A, Lin W, Mavromatakis Y, Wang J, Sasaki H, Whitsett J, et al. Foxa1 and Foxa2 regulate multiple phases of midbrain dopaminergic neuron development in a dosage-dependent manner. Development. 2007;134:2761-9 pubmed
    ..Altogether, our results demonstrate that Foxa1 and Foxa2 regulate multiple phases of midbrain dopaminergic neuron development in a dosage-dependent manner. ..
  40. Mason H, Rakowiecki S, Gridley T, Fishell G. Loss of notch activity in the developing central nervous system leads to increased cell death. Dev Neurosci. 2006;28:49-57 pubmed
  41. Wildner H, Gierl M, Strehle M, Pla P, Birchmeier C. Insm1 (IA-1) is a crucial component of the transcriptional network that controls differentiation of the sympatho-adrenal lineage. Development. 2008;135:473-81 pubmed
    ..We demonstrate that the fetal lethality of Insm1 mutant mice is caused by catecholamine deficiency, which highlights the importance of Insm1 in the development of the sympatho-adrenal lineage. ..
  42. Pan W, Jin Y, STANGER B, Kiernan A. Notch signaling is required for the generation of hair cells and supporting cells in the mammalian inner ear. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010;107:15798-803 pubmed publisher
    ..These data indicate that Notch specifies sensory progenitors in the inner ear, and that induction of Notch may be important for regenerating or replacing hair cells and supporting cells in the mammalian inner ear. ..
  43. Englund C, Fink A, Lau C, Pham D, Daza R, Bulfone A, et al. Pax6, Tbr2, and Tbr1 are expressed sequentially by radial glia, intermediate progenitor cells, and postmitotic neurons in developing neocortex. J Neurosci. 2005;25:247-51 pubmed
  44. Paik J, Ding Z, Narurkar R, Ramkissoon S, Muller F, Kamoun W, et al. FoxOs cooperatively regulate diverse pathways governing neural stem cell homeostasis. Cell Stem Cell. 2009;5:540-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, the FoxO family coordinately regulates diverse genes and pathways to govern key aspects of NSC homeostasis in the mammalian brain. ..
  45. Castelo Branco G, Andersson E, Minina E, Sousa K, Ribeiro D, Kokubu C, et al. Delayed dopaminergic neuron differentiation in Lrp6 mutant mice. Dev Dyn. 2010;239:211-21 pubmed publisher
    ..5. Our results, therefore, suggest a role for Lrp6 in the onset of DA neuron development in the VM as well as a role in midbrain morphogenesis. ..
  46. Hatakeyama J, Bessho Y, Katoh K, Ookawara S, Fujioka M, Guillemot F, et al. Hes genes regulate size, shape and histogenesis of the nervous system by control of the timing of neural stem cell differentiation. Development. 2004;131:5539-50 pubmed
  47. Kaltezioti V, Kouroupi G, Oikonomaki M, Mantouvalou E, Stergiopoulos A, Charonis A, et al. Prox1 regulates the notch1-mediated inhibition of neurogenesis. PLoS Biol. 2010;8:e1000565 pubmed publisher
    ..Together these data suggest that Prox1 inhibits Notch1 gene expression to control the balance between NPC self-renewal and neuronal differentiation. ..
  48. Sahara S, O Leary D. Fgf10 regulates transition period of cortical stem cell differentiation to radial glia controlling generation of neurons and basal progenitors. Neuron. 2009;63:48-62 pubmed publisher
  49. Menezes J, Luskin M. Expression of neuron-specific tubulin defines a novel population in the proliferative layers of the developing telencephalon. J Neurosci. 1994;14:5399-416 pubmed
    ..Although the fate of the TuJ1-positive cells that reside in the proliferative zones remains unclear, their tangentially aligned orientation and their distribution suggest that they migrate independent of radial glial fibers. ..
  50. Pfaff S, Mendelsohn M, Stewart C, Edlund T, Jessell T. Requirement for LIM homeobox gene Isl1 in motor neuron generation reveals a motor neuron-dependent step in interneuron differentiation. Cell. 1996;84:309-20 pubmed
    ..These results show that ISL1 is required for the generation of motor neurons and suggest that motor neuron generation is required for the subsequent differentiation of certain interneurons. ..
  51. Knoepfler P, Cheng P, Eisenman R. N-myc is essential during neurogenesis for the rapid expansion of progenitor cell populations and the inhibition of neuronal differentiation. Genes Dev. 2002;16:2699-712 pubmed
    ..Its effects on proliferation and differentiation appear due, at least in part, to down-regulation of a specific subset of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors. ..
  52. Mendes S, Henkemeyer M, Liebl D. Multiple Eph receptors and B-class ephrins regulate midline crossing of corpus callosum fibers in the developing mouse forebrain. J Neurosci. 2006;26:882-92 pubmed
    ..Our results support a significant role for ephrins and Eph receptors in CC development and may provide insight to possible mechanisms involved in axon midline crossing and human disorder. ..
  53. Clark A, Yun S, Veien E, Wu Y, Chow R, Dorsky R, et al. Negative regulation of Vsx1 by its paralog Chx10/Vsx2 is conserved in the vertebrate retina. Brain Res. 2008;1192:99-113 pubmed
  54. Konno D, Shioi G, Shitamukai A, Mori A, Kiyonari H, Miyata T, et al. Neuroepithelial progenitors undergo LGN-dependent planar divisions to maintain self-renewability during mammalian neurogenesis. Nat Cell Biol. 2008;10:93-101 pubmed
    ..Our results suggest that planar mitosis ensures the self-renewal of neuroepithelial progenitors by one daughter inheriting both apical and basal compartments during neurogenesis. ..
  55. Misra K, Mishra K, Gui H, Matise M. Prox1 regulates a transitory state for interneuron neurogenesis in the spinal cord. Dev Dyn. 2008;237:393-402 pubmed publisher
    ..Our studies demonstrate an important, spinal interneuron-specific role for Prox1 in controlling steps required for both cell-cycle withdrawal and differentiation. ..
  56. Das G, Choi Y, Sicinski P, Levine E. Cyclin D1 fine-tunes the neurogenic output of embryonic retinal progenitor cells. Neural Dev. 2009;4:15 pubmed publisher
  57. Lawoko Kerali G, Rivolta M, Lawlor P, Cacciabue Rivolta D, Langton Hewer C, van Doorninck J, et al. GATA3 and NeuroD distinguish auditory and vestibular neurons during development of the mammalian inner ear. Mech Dev. 2004;121:287-99 pubmed
    ..In auditory neuroblasts, NeuroD appears to be dependent on the expression of GATA3. ..
  58. Mao J, Kim B, Rajurkar M, Shivdasani R, McMahon A. Hedgehog signaling controls mesenchymal growth in the developing mammalian digestive tract. Development. 2010;137:1721-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, these studies provide new insights into tissue interactions underlying mammalian gastrointestinal organogenesis and disease. ..
  59. Bharti K, Liu W, Csermely T, Bertuzzi S, Arnheiter H. Alternative promoter use in eye development: the complex role and regulation of the transcription factor MITF. Development. 2008;135:1169-78 pubmed publisher
  60. Tsarovina K, Pattyn A, Stubbusch J, Muller F, van der Wees J, Schneider C, et al. Essential role of Gata transcription factors in sympathetic neuron development. Development. 2004;131:4775-86 pubmed
    ..The present data establish Gata2 and Gata3 in the chick and mouse, respectively, as essential members of the transcription factor network controlling sympathetic neuron development. ..
  61. Morcillo J, Martinez Morales J, Trousse F, Fermin Y, Sowden J, Bovolenta P. Proper patterning of the optic fissure requires the sequential activity of BMP7 and SHH. Development. 2006;133:3179-90 pubmed
    ..Collectively, these data indicate that BMP7 is required for retinal fissure formation and that its activity is needed, before SHH signalling, for the generation of PAX2-positive cells at the optic disc. ..
  62. Nakatani T, Mizuhara E, Minaki Y, Sakamoto Y, Ono Y. Helt, a novel basic-helix-loop-helix transcriptional repressor expressed in the developing central nervous system. J Biol Chem. 2004;279:16356-67 pubmed
    ..These results suggest that Helt acts as a transcriptional repressor to regulate neuronal differentiation and/or identity. ..
  63. Heng J, Nguyen L, Castro D, Zimmer C, Wildner H, Armant O, et al. Neurogenin 2 controls cortical neuron migration through regulation of Rnd2. Nature. 2008;455:114-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, a proneural protein controls the complex cellular behaviour of cell migration through a remarkably direct pathway involving the transcriptional activation of a small GTP-binding protein. ..
  64. Lee Y, Chong M, McKinnon P. Ataxia telangiectasia mutated-dependent apoptosis after genotoxic stress in the developing nervous system is determined by cellular differentiation status. J Neurosci. 2001;21:6687-93 pubmed
    ..Furthermore, these data demonstrate that the differentiation status of neural cells is a critical determinant in the activation of certain apoptotic pathways. ..
  65. Kele J, Simplicio N, Ferri A, Mira H, Guillemot F, Arenas E, et al. Neurogenin 2 is required for the development of ventral midbrain dopaminergic neurons. Development. 2006;133:495-505 pubmed
    ..These results demonstrate that Ngn2 is uniquely required for the development of midbrain dopaminergic neurons. ..
  66. Farkas L, Haffner C, Giger T, Khaitovich P, Nowick K, Birchmeier C, et al. Insulinoma-associated 1 has a panneurogenic role and promotes the generation and expansion of basal progenitors in the developing mouse neocortex. Neuron. 2008;60:40-55 pubmed publisher
    ..Our data imply that Insm1 is involved in the generation and expansion of basal progenitors, a hallmark of neocortex evolution. ..
  67. Montelius A, Marmigere F, Baudet C, Aquino J, Enerback S, Ernfors P. Emergence of the sensory nervous system as defined by Foxs1 expression. Differentiation. 2007;75:404-17 pubmed
    ..These data define a sequential emergence of neuronal precursors of the sensory nervous system with different molecular characteristics, starting during migration and continuing well after DRG condensation. ..
  68. Fukuda T, Tokunaga A, Sakamoto R, Yoshida N. Fbxl10/Kdm2b deficiency accelerates neural progenitor cell death and leads to exencephaly. Mol Cell Neurosci. 2011;46:614-24 pubmed publisher
    ..5 brain. Our findings suggest that the Fbxl10 gene makes important contributions to embryonic neural development by regulating cell proliferation and cell death in mice. ..
  69. Hevner R, Shi L, Justice N, Hsueh Y, Sheng M, Smiga S, et al. Tbr1 regulates differentiation of the preplate and layer 6. Neuron. 2001;29:353-66 pubmed
    ..These results show that Tbr1 is a common genetic determinant for the differentiation of early-born glutamatergic neocortical neurons and provide insights into the functions of these neurons as regulators of cortical development. ..
  70. Ferron S, Pozo N, Laguna A, Aranda S, Porlan E, Moreno M, et al. Regulated segregation of kinase Dyrk1A during asymmetric neural stem cell division is critical for EGFR-mediated biased signaling. Cell Stem Cell. 2010;7:367-79 pubmed publisher
    ..Finally, Dyrk1a heterozygous NSCs exhibit defects in self-renewal, EGF-dependent cell-fate decisions, and long-term persistence in vivo, suggesting that symmetrical divisions play a role in the maintenance of the SEZ reservoir. ..
  71. Stoykova A, Gotz M, Gruss P, Price J. Pax6-dependent regulation of adhesive patterning, R-cadherin expression and boundary formation in developing forebrain. Development. 1997;124:3765-77 pubmed
    ..These data suggest a link between the transcription factor, Pax6, R-cadherin expression, cellular adhesion and boundary formation between developing forebrain regions. ..
  72. Agarwala S, Ragsdale C. A role for midbrain arcs in nucleogenesis. Development. 2002;129:5779-88 pubmed
    ..Taken together, these findings suggest that arcs represent a patterning mechanism by which midbrain progenitor cells are allocated to specific nuclear fates. ..
  73. Julian E, Dave R, Robson J, Hallahan A, Wainwright B. Canonical Notch signaling is not required for the growth of Hedgehog pathway-induced medulloblastoma. Oncogene. 2010;29:3465-76 pubmed publisher
    ..Hedgehog-dependent medulloblastoma were not blocked by loss of RBP-J, indicating that canonical Notch signaling is not required for tumor initiation and growth in this model. ..
  74. Baas D, Bumsted K, Martinez J, Vaccarino F, Wikler K, Barnstable C. The subcellular localization of Otx2 is cell-type specific and developmentally regulated in the mouse retina. Brain Res Mol Brain Res. 2000;78:26-37 pubmed
  75. Schwarting G, Henion T, Nugent J, Caplan B, Tobet S. Stromal cell-derived factor-1 (chemokine C-X-C motif ligand 12) and chemokine C-X-C motif receptor 4 are required for migration of gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons to the forebrain. J Neurosci. 2006;26:6834-40 pubmed
    ..The MM is smaller in CXCR4-/- mice, suggesting that some MM cells also require SDF-1/CXCR4 function for migration and survival. ..
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    ..BM88 is also widely expressed in the mouse embryonic CNS and PNS, in both nestin-positive neuroepithelial cells and post-mitotic betaIII-tubulin positive neurons. ..
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