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Prdm1 acts downstream of a sequential RA, Wnt and Fgf signaling cascade during zebrafish forelimb induction.

Mercader N, Fischer S, Neumann CJ.

Development. 2006 Aug;133(15):2805-15. Epub 2006 Jun 21. Erratum in: Development. 2006 Oct;133(19):3949.

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Tbx5 is essential for forelimb bud initiation following patterning of the limb field in the mouse embryo.

Agarwal P, Wylie JN, Galceran J, Arkhitko O, Li C, Deng C, Grosschedl R, Bruneau BG.

Development. 2003 Feb;130(3):623-33.

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Zebrafish fgf24 functions with fgf8 to promote posterior mesodermal development.

Draper BW, Stock DW, Kimmel CB.

Development. 2003 Oct;130(19):4639-54.

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T-box gene tbx5 is essential for formation of the pectoral limb bud.

Ahn DG, Kourakis MJ, Rohde LA, Silver LM, Ho RK.

Nature. 2002 Jun 13;417(6890):754-8.

PMID:
12066188
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Tbx5 and Tbx4 trigger limb initiation through activation of the Wnt/Fgf signaling cascade.

Takeuchi JK, Koshiba-Takeuchi K, Suzuki T, Kamimura M, Ogura K, Ogura T.

Development. 2003 Jun;130(12):2729-39.

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dackel acts in the ectoderm of the zebrafish pectoral fin bud to maintain AER signaling.

Grandel H, Draper BW, Schulte-Merker S.

Development. 2000 Oct;127(19):4169-78.

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Pdlim7 is required for maintenance of the mesenchymal/epidermal Fgf signaling feedback loop during zebrafish pectoral fin development.

Camarata T, Snyder D, Schwend T, Klosowiak J, Holtrup B, Simon HG.

BMC Dev Biol. 2010 Oct 15;10:104. doi: 10.1186/1471-213X-10-104.

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Distinct roles of Shh and Fgf signaling in regulating cell proliferation during zebrafish pectoral fin development.

Prykhozhij SV, Neumann CJ.

BMC Dev Biol. 2008 Sep 23;8:91. doi: 10.1186/1471-213X-8-91.

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The mesenchymal factor, FGF10, initiates and maintains the outgrowth of the chick limb bud through interaction with FGF8, an apical ectodermal factor.

Ohuchi H, Nakagawa T, Yamamoto A, Araga A, Ohata T, Ishimaru Y, Yoshioka H, Kuwana T, Nohno T, Yamasaki M, Itoh N, Noji S.

Development. 1997 Jun;124(11):2235-44.

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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.

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The Osr1 and Osr2 genes act in the pronephric anlage downstream of retinoic acid signaling and upstream of Wnt2b to maintain pectoral fin development.

Neto A, Mercader N, Gómez-Skarmeta JL.

Development. 2012 Jan;139(2):301-11. doi: 10.1242/dev.074856. Epub 2011 Nov 30.

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Tbx5 is required for forelimb bud formation and continued outgrowth.

Rallis C, Bruneau BG, Del Buono J, Seidman CE, Seidman JG, Nissim S, Tabin CJ, Logan MP.

Development. 2003 Jun;130(12):2741-51.

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The T-box genes Tbx4 and Tbx5 regulate limb outgrowth and identity.

Rodriguez-Esteban C, Tsukui T, Yonei S, Magallon J, Tamura K, Izpisua Belmonte JC.

Nature. 1999 Apr 29;398(6730):814-8.

PMID:
10235264
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Roles for FGF8 in the induction, initiation, and maintenance of chick limb development.

Crossley PH, Minowada G, MacArthur CA, Martin GR.

Cell. 1996 Jan 12;84(1):127-36.

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Correlation of wing-leg identity in ectopic FGF-induced chimeric limbs with the differential expression of chick Tbx5 and Tbx4.

Ohuchi H, Takeuchi J, Yoshioka H, Ishimaru Y, Ogura K, Takahashi N, Ogura T, Noji S.

Development. 1998 Jan;125(1):51-60.

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The limb identity gene Tbx5 promotes limb initiation by interacting with Wnt2b and Fgf10.

Ng JK, Kawakami Y, Büscher D, Raya A, Itoh T, Koth CM, Rodríguez Esteban C, Rodríguez-León J, Garrity DM, Fishman MC, Izpisúa Belmonte JC.

Development. 2002 Nov;129(22):5161-70.

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