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1.

Wnt and FGF signals interact to coordinate growth with cell fate specification during limb development.

ten Berge D, Brugmann SA, Helms JA, Nusse R.

Development. 2008 Oct;135(19):3247-57. doi: 10.1242/dev.023176.

PMID:
18776145
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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2.

Growth and patterning in the limb: signaling gradients make the decision.

Yang Y.

Sci Signal. 2009 Jan 13;2(53):pe3. doi: 10.1126/scisignal.253pe3. Review.

PMID:
19141858
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3.

Initiation of proximal-distal patterning in the vertebrate limb by signals and growth.

Cooper KL, Hu JK, ten Berge D, Fernandez-Teran M, Ros MA, Tabin CJ.

Science. 2011 May 27;332(6033):1083-6. doi: 10.1126/science.1199499.

PMID:
21617075
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4.

Roles of transforming growth factor-alpha and epidermal growth factor in chick limb development.

Dealy CN, Scranton V, Cheng HC.

Dev Biol. 1998 Oct 1;202(1):43-55.

PMID:
9758702
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5.

FGF-4 maintains polarizing activity of posterior limb bud cells in vivo and in vitro.

Vogel A, Tickle C.

Development. 1993 Sep;119(1):199-206.

PMID:
8275856
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6.

FGF-2: apical ectodermal ridge growth signal for chick limb development.

Fallon JF, López A, Ros MA, Savage MP, Olwin BB, Simandl BK.

Science. 1994 Apr 1;264(5155):104-7.

PMID:
7908145
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7.

The apical ectodermal ridge is a timer for generating distal limb progenitors.

Lu P, Yu Y, Perdue Y, Werb Z.

Development. 2008 Apr;135(8):1395-405. doi: 10.1242/dev.018945.

PMID:
18359901
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8.

csal1 is controlled by a combination of FGF and Wnt signals in developing limb buds.

Farrell ER, Münsterberg AE.

Dev Biol. 2000 Sep 15;225(2):447-58.

PMID:
10985862
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9.

A role for the mesenchymal T-box gene Brachyury in AER formation during limb development.

Liu C, Nakamura E, Knezevic V, Hunter S, Thompson K, Mackem S.

Development. 2003 Apr;130(7):1327-37.

PMID:
12588849
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FGF signaling regulates mesenchymal differentiation and skeletal patterning along the limb bud proximodistal axis.

Yu K, Ornitz DM.

Development. 2008 Feb;135(3):483-91. Epub 2007 Dec 19.

PMID:
18094024
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11.

Synergistic effects of FGF and non-ridge ectoderm on gene expression involved in the formation of the anteroposterior axis of the chick limb bud in cell culture.

Kimura J, Sato-Maeda M, Noji S, Ide H.

Dev Growth Differ. 2000 Jun;42(3):219-27.

PMID:
10910128
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12.

WNT5A/JNK and FGF/MAPK pathways regulate the cellular events shaping the vertebrate limb bud.

Gros J, Hu JK, Vinegoni C, Feruglio PF, Weissleder R, Tabin CJ.

Curr Biol. 2010 Nov 23;20(22):1993-2002. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2010.09.063. Epub 2010 Nov 4.

PMID:
21055947
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13.

Involvement of FGF-8 in initiation, outgrowth and patterning of the vertebrate limb.

Vogel A, Rodriguez C, Izpisúa-Belmonte JC.

Development. 1996 Jun;122(6):1737-50.

PMID:
8674413
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14.

SF/HGF is a mediator between limb patterning and muscle development.

Scaal M, Bonafede A, Dathe V, Sachs M, Cann G, Christ B, Brand-Saberi B.

Development. 1999 Nov;126(21):4885-93.

PMID:
10518504
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15.

[Control of the positioning of the vertebrate limb axes during development].

Catala M.

Morphologie. 2000 Jun;84(265):17-23. Review. French.

PMID:
11048294
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16.

WNT signals control FGF-dependent limb initiation and AER induction in the chick embryo.

Kawakami Y, Capdevila J, Büscher D, Itoh T, Rodríguez Esteban C, Izpisúa Belmonte JC.

Cell. 2001 Mar 23;104(6):891-900.

PMID:
11290326
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17.

The role of Engrailed in establishing the dorsoventral axis of the chick limb.

Logan C, Hornbruch A, Campbell I, Lumsden A.

Development. 1997 Jun;124(12):2317-24.

PMID:
9199358
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18.

Shh pathway activation is present and required within the vertebrate limb bud apical ectodermal ridge for normal autopod patterning.

Bouldin CM, Gritli-Linde A, Ahn S, Harfe BD.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Mar 23;107(12):5489-94. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0912818107. Epub 2010 Mar 8.

PMID:
20212115
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19.

FGF-4 replaces the apical ectodermal ridge and directs outgrowth and patterning of the limb.

Niswander L, Tickle C, Vogel A, Booth I, Martin GR.

Cell. 1993 Nov 5;75(3):579-87.

PMID:
8221896
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20.

The limb field mesoderm determines initial limb bud anteroposterior asymmetry and budding independent of sonic hedgehog or apical ectodermal gene expressions.

Ros MA, López-Martínez A, Simandl BK, Rodriguez C, Izpisúa Belmonte JC, Dahn R, Fallon JF.

Development. 1996 Aug;122(8):2319-30.

PMID:
8756277
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