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Fgfr2 and Fgfr3 are not required for patterning and maintenance of the midbrain and anterior hindbrain.

Blak AA, Naserke T, Saarimäki-Vire J, Peltopuro P, Giraldo-Velasquez M, Vogt Weisenhorn DM, Prakash N, Sendtner M, Partanen J, Wurst W.

Dev Biol. 2007 Mar 1;303(1):231-43. Epub 2006 Nov 10.

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Expression of Fgf receptors 1, 2, and 3 in the developing mid- and hindbrain of the mouse.

Blak AA, Naserke T, Weisenhorn DM, Prakash N, Partanen J, Wurst W.

Dev Dyn. 2005 Jul;233(3):1023-30.

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Specification of the anterior hindbrain and establishment of a normal mid/hindbrain organizer is dependent on Gbx2 gene function.

Wassarman KM, Lewandoski M, Campbell K, Joyner AL, Rubenstein JL, Martinez S, Martin GR.

Development. 1997 Aug;124(15):2923-34.

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FGF regulated gene-expression and neuronal differentiation in the developing midbrain-hindbrain region.

Jukkola T, Lahti L, Naserke T, Wurst W, Partanen J.

Dev Biol. 2006 Sep 1;297(1):141-57. Epub 2006 May 13.

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FGF17b and FGF18 have different midbrain regulatory properties from FGF8b or activated FGF receptors.

Liu A, Li JY, Bromleigh C, Lao Z, Niswander LA, Joyner AL.

Development. 2003 Dec;130(25):6175-85. Epub 2003 Nov 5.

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Regionalisation of anterior neuroectoderm and its competence in responding to forebrain and midbrain inducing activities depend on mutual antagonism between OTX2 and GBX2.

Martinez-Barbera JP, Signore M, Boyl PP, Puelles E, Acampora D, Gogoi R, Schubert F, Lumsden A, Simeone A.

Development. 2001 Dec;128(23):4789-800.

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Sonic hedgehog regulates Gli activator and repressor functions with spatial and temporal precision in the mid/hindbrain region.

Blaess S, Corrales JD, Joyner AL.

Development. 2006 May;133(9):1799-809. Epub 2006 Mar 29.

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Fgfr1-dependent boundary cells between developing mid- and hindbrain.

Trokovic R, Jukkola T, Saarimäki J, Peltopuro P, Naserke T, Weisenhorn DM, Trokovic N, Wurst W, Partanen J.

Dev Biol. 2005 Feb 15;278(2):428-39.

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Role of fibroblast growth factor during early midbrain development in Xenopus.

Riou JF, Delarue M, Méndez AP, Boucaut JC.

Mech Dev. 1998 Nov;78(1-2):3-15.

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9858666
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An early Fgf signal required for gene expression in the zebrafish hindbrain primordium.

Roy NM, Sagerström CG.

Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 2004 Jan 31;148(1):27-42.

PMID:
14757516
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Fibroblast growth factor receptors cooperate to regulate neural progenitor properties in the developing midbrain and hindbrain.

Saarimäki-Vire J, Peltopuro P, Lahti L, Naserke T, Blak AA, Vogt Weisenhorn DM, Yu K, Ornitz DM, Wurst W, Partanen J.

J Neurosci. 2007 Aug 8;27(32):8581-92.

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Isthmus organizer for midbrain and hindbrain development.

Nakamura H, Katahira T, Matsunaga E, Sato T.

Brain Res Brain Res Rev. 2005 Sep;49(2):120-6. Epub 2005 Jan 21. Review.

PMID:
16111543
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Gbx2 and Fgf8 are sequentially required for formation of the midbrain-hindbrain compartment boundary.

Sunmonu NA, Li K, Guo Q, Li JY.

Development. 2011 Feb;138(4):725-34. doi: 10.1242/dev.055665.

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