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In vivo tyrosine phosphorylation sites of activated ephrin-B1 and ephB2 from neural tissue.

Kalo MS, Yu HH, Pasquale EB.

J Biol Chem. 2001 Oct 19;276(42):38940-8. Epub 2001 Jul 20.

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Interaction of EphB2-tyrosine kinase receptor and its ligand conveys dorsalization signal in Xenopus laevis development.

Tanaka M, Wang DY, Kamo T, Igarashi H, Wang Y, Xiang YY, Tanioka F, Naito Y, Sugimura H.

Oncogene. 1998 Sep 24;17(12):1509-16.

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Juxtamembrane tyrosine residues couple the Eph family receptor EphB2/Nuk to specific SH2 domain proteins in neuronal cells.

Holland SJ, Gale NW, Gish GD, Roth RA, Songyang Z, Cantley LC, Henkemeyer M, Yancopoulos GD, Pawson T.

EMBO J. 1997 Jul 1;16(13):3877-88.

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EphB2 and two of its ligands have dynamic protein expression patterns in the developing olfactory system.

St John JA, Key B.

Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 2001 Jan 31;126(1):43-56.

PMID:
11172885
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Multiple signaling interactions of Abl and Arg kinases with the EphB2 receptor.

Yu HH, Zisch AH, Dodelet VC, Pasquale EB.

Oncogene. 2001 Jul 5;20(30):3995-4006.

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Multiple in vivo tyrosine phosphorylation sites in EphB receptors.

Kalo MS, Pasquale EB.

Biochemistry. 1999 Oct 26;38(43):14396-408.

PMID:
10572014
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Bidirectional signalling through the EPH-family receptor Nuk and its transmembrane ligands.

Holland SJ, Gale NW, Mbamalu G, Yancopoulos GD, Henkemeyer M, Pawson T.

Nature. 1996 Oct 24;383(6602):722-5.

PMID:
8878483
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Graded and lamina-specific distributions of ligands of EphB receptor tyrosine kinases in the developing retinotectal system.

Braisted JE, McLaughlin T, Wang HU, Friedman GC, Anderson DJ, O'leary DD.

Dev Biol. 1997 Nov 1;191(1):14-28.

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Spinal motor axons and neural crest cells use different molecular guides for segmental migration through the rostral half-somite.

Koblar SA, Krull CE, Pasquale EB, McLennan R, Peale FD, Cerretti DP, Bothwell M.

J Neurobiol. 2000 Mar;42(4):437-47.

PMID:
10699981
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Eph receptors and ephrins restrict cell intermingling and communication.

Mellitzer G, Xu Q, Wilkinson DG.

Nature. 1999 Jul 1;400(6739):77-81.

PMID:
10403252
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EphB2 and ephrin-B1 expressed in the adult kidney regulate the cytoarchitecture of medullary tubule cells through Rho family GTPases.

Ogawa K, Wada H, Okada N, Harada I, Nakajima T, Pasquale EB, Tsuyama S.

J Cell Sci. 2006 Feb 1;119(Pt 3):559-70.

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Comparative analysis of embryonic gene expression defines potential interaction sites for Xenopus EphB4 receptors with ephrin-B ligands.

Helbling PM, Saulnier DM, Robinson V, Christiansen JH, Wilkinson DG, Brändli AW.

Dev Dyn. 1999 Dec;216(4-5):361-73.

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Manipulation of EphB2 regulatory motifs and SH2 binding sites switches MAPK signaling and biological activity.

Tong J, Elowe S, Nash P, Pawson T.

J Biol Chem. 2003 Feb 21;278(8):6111-9. Epub 2002 Dec 16.

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Interactions of Eph-related receptors and ligands confer rostrocaudal pattern to trunk neural crest migration.

Krull CE, Lansford R, Gale NW, Collazo A, Marcelle C, Yancopoulos GD, Fraser SE, Bronner-Fraser M.

Curr Biol. 1997 Aug 1;7(8):571-80.

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Tyrosine phosphorylation of L1 family adhesion molecules: implication of the Eph kinase Cek5.

Zisch AH, Stallcup WB, Chong LD, Dahlin-Huppe K, Voshol J, Schachner M, Pasquale EB.

J Neurosci Res. 1997 Mar 15;47(6):655-65.

PMID:
9089215
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Crystal structure of an Eph receptor-ephrin complex.

Himanen JP, Rajashankar KR, Lackmann M, Cowan CA, Henkemeyer M, Nikolov DB.

Nature. 2001 Dec 20-27;414(6866):933-8.

PMID:
11780069
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Ephrin-B ligands play a dual role in the control of neural crest cell migration.

Santiago A, Erickson CA.

Development. 2002 Aug;129(15):3621-32.

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