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Cloning and characterization of chicken Paraxis: a regulator of paraxial mesoderm development and somite formation.

Barnes GL, Alexander PG, Hsu CW, Mariani BD, Tuan RS.

Dev Biol. 1997 Sep 1;189(1):95-111.

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Regulation of paraxis expression and somite formation by ectoderm- and neural tube-derived signals.

Šošić D, Brand-Saberi B, Schmidt C, Christ B, Olson EN.

Dev Biol. 1997 May 15;185(2):229-43.

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Paraxis: a basic helix-loop-helix protein expressed in paraxial mesoderm and developing somites.

Burgess R, Cserjesi P, Ligon KL, Olson EN.

Dev Biol. 1995 Apr;168(2):296-306.

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cMeso-1, a novel bHLH transcription factor, is involved in somite formation in chicken embryos.

Buchberger A, Seidl K, Klein C, Eberhardt H, Arnold HH.

Dev Biol. 1998 Jul 15;199(2):201-15.

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The bHLH class protein pMesogenin1 can specify paraxial mesoderm phenotypes.

Yoon JK, Moon RT, Wold B.

Dev Biol. 2000 Jun 15;222(2):376-91.

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Chicken Pax-1 gene: structure and expression during embryonic somite development.

Barnes GL, Hsu CW, Mariani BD, Tuan RS.

Differentiation. 1996 Oct;61(1):13-23.

PMID:
8921581
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Valproic acid-induced somite teratogenesis in the chick embryo: relationship with Pax-1 gene expression.

Barnes GL Jr, Mariani BD, Tuan RS.

Teratology. 1996 Aug;54(2):93-102.

PMID:
8948545
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Signals from trunk paraxial mesoderm induce pronephros formation in chick intermediate mesoderm.

Mauch TJ, Yang G, Wright M, Smith D, Schoenwolf GC.

Dev Biol. 2000 Apr 1;220(1):62-75.

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Zebrafish Mesp family genes, mesp-a and mesp-b are segmentally expressed in the presomitic mesoderm, and Mesp-b confers the anterior identity to the developing somites.

Sawada A, Fritz A, Jiang YJ, Yamamoto A, Yamasu K, Kuroiwa A, Saga Y, Takeda H.

Development. 2000 Apr;127(8):1691-702.

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Requirement of the paraxis gene for somite formation and musculoskeletal patterning.

Burgess R, Rawls A, Brown D, Bradley A, Olson EN.

Nature. 1996 Dec 12;384(6609):570-3.

PMID:
8955271
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Identification and developmental expression of Xenopus paraxis.

Tseng HT, Jamrich M.

Int J Dev Biol. 2004 Dec;48(10):1155-8.

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The forkhead genes, Foxc1 and Foxc2, regulate paraxial versus intermediate mesoderm cell fate.

Wilm B, James RG, Schultheiss TM, Hogan BL.

Dev Biol. 2004 Jul 1;271(1):176-89.

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Cloning and characterization of a basic helix-loop-helix protein expressed in early mesoderm and the developing somites.

Quertermous EE, Hidai H, Blanar MA, Quertermous T.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 Jul 19;91(15):7066-70.

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Wnt 6 regulates the epithelialisation process of the segmental plate mesoderm leading to somite formation.

Schmidt C, Stoeckelhuber M, McKinnell I, Putz R, Christ B, Patel K.

Dev Biol. 2004 Jul 1;271(1):198-209.

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Isolation, expression and regulation of a zebrafish paraxis homologue.

Shanmugalingam S, Wilson SW.

Mech Dev. 1998 Nov;78(1-2):85-9.

PMID:
9858695
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Dynamic expression of chicken cMeso2 in segmental plate and somites.

Buchberger A, Bonneick S, Klein C, Arnold HH.

Dev Dyn. 2002 Jan;223(1):108-18.

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