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Sonic hedgehog: making the gradient.

Bumcrot DA, McMahon AP.

Chem Biol. 1996 Jan;3(1):13-6. Review.

PMID:
8807822
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The NH2-terminal region of the active domain of sonic hedgehog is necessary for its signal transduction.

Katsuura M, Hosono-Sakuma Y, Wagatsuma M, Yanagisawa S, Okazaki M, Kimura M.

FEBS Lett. 1999 Mar 26;447(2-3):325-8.

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Identification of a palmitic acid-modified form of human Sonic hedgehog.

Pepinsky RB, Zeng C, Wen D, Rayhorn P, Baker DP, Williams KP, Bixler SA, Ambrose CM, Garber EA, Miatkowski K, Taylor FR, Wang EA, Galdes A.

J Biol Chem. 1998 May 29;273(22):14037-45.

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Hedgehog signalling is required for maintenance of myf5 and myoD expression and timely terminal differentiation in zebrafish adaxial myogenesis.

Coutelle O, Blagden CS, Hampson R, Halai C, Rigby PW, Hughes SM.

Dev Biol. 2001 Aug 1;236(1):136-50.

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Functional association of retinoic acid and hedgehog signaling in Xenopus primary neurogenesis.

Franco PG, Paganelli AR, López SL, Carrasco AE.

Development. 1999 Oct;126(19):4257-65.

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Receptor-mediated endocytosis of soluble and membrane-tethered Sonic hedgehog by Patched-1.

Incardona JP, Lee JH, Robertson CP, Enga K, Kapur RP, Roelink H.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2000 Oct 24;97(22):12044-9.

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Regionalization within the mammalian telencephalon is mediated by changes in responsiveness to Sonic Hedgehog.

Kohtz JD, Baker DP, Corte G, Fishell G.

Development. 1998 Dec;125(24):5079-89.

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Sonic hedgehog control of size and shape in midbrain pattern formation.

Agarwala S, Sanders TA, Ragsdale CW.

Science. 2001 Mar 16;291(5511):2147-50. Epub 2001 Mar 1.

9.

Zinc-dependent structural stability of human Sonic hedgehog.

Day ES, Wen D, Garber EA, Hong J, Avedissian LS, Rayhorn P, Shen W, Zeng C, Bailey VR, Reilly JO, Roden JA, Moore CB, Williams KP, Galdes A, Whitty A, Baker DP.

Biochemistry. 1999 Nov 9;38(45):14868-80.

PMID:
10555969
10.

Patterning of the zebrafish retina by a wave of sonic hedgehog activity.

Neumann CJ, Nuesslein-Volhard C.

Science. 2000 Sep 22;289(5487):2137-9.

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Monstrous attempts at adnexogenesis: regulating hair follicle progenitors through Sonic hedgehog signaling.

Callahan CA, Oro AE.

Curr Opin Genet Dev. 2001 Oct;11(5):541-6. Review.

PMID:
11532396
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Involvement of Sonic hedgehog in the cell growth of LK-2 cells, human lung squamous carcinoma cells.

Fujita E, Khoroku Y, Urase K, Tsukahara T, Momoi MY, Kumagai H, Takemura T, Kuroki T, Momoi T.

Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1997 Sep 18;238(2):658-64.

PMID:
9299570
13.

Differential regulation of tyrosine hydroxylase expression by sonic hedgehog.

Kwon IS, Park RH, Choi JM, Kim SU, Lee YD, Suh-Kim H.

Neuroreport. 2006 May 15;17(7):693-8.

PMID:
16641671
14.

Relationship between dose, distance and time in Sonic Hedgehog-mediated regulation of anteroposterior polarity in the chick limb.

Yang Y, Drossopoulou G, Chuang PT, Duprez D, Marti E, Bumcrot D, Vargesson N, Clarke J, Niswander L, McMahon A, Tickle C.

Development. 1997 Nov;124(21):4393-404.

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An acylatable residue of Hedgehog is differentially required in Drosophila and mouse limb development.

Lee JD, Kraus P, Gaiano N, Nery S, Kohtz J, Fishell G, Loomis CA, Treisman JE.

Dev Biol. 2001 May 1;233(1):122-36.

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BMP, Wnt and Hedgehog signals: how far can they go?

Christian JL.

Curr Opin Cell Biol. 2000 Apr;12(2):244-9. Review.

PMID:
10819541

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