Developmental Biology

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Neubüser lab

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Biology 2
Biology 3
 Developmental Biology - Neubüser lab - Publications  
Years: 2003 / 2002 / 2001 / 1999 / 1998 / 1997 / 1996 / 1995 / 1994
 Mandler M. and Neubüser A . (2004). FGF signalling is required for initiation of feather placode development. Development 131, 3333-334 (abstract)
 Bobola, N., Carapuco, M., Ohnemus, S., Kanzler, B., Leibbrandt, A., Neubuser, A., Drouin, J., and Mallo, M. (2003). Mesenchymal patterning by Hoxa2 requires blocking Fgf-dependent activation of Ptx1. Development 130, 3403-3414. (abstract)
 Novatchkova, M., Leibbrandt, A., Werzowa, J., Neubuser, A., and Eisenhaber, F. (2003). The STIR-domain superfamily in signal transduction, development and immunity. Trends Biochem Sci 28, 226-9. (abstract)
 Bouchard, M., Souabni, A., Mandler, M., Neubuser, A., and Busslinger, M. (2002). Nephric lineage specification by Pax2 and Pax8. Genes Dev 16, 2958-70. (abstract) (Full text in Genes Dev online)
 Firnberg, N., and Neubuser, A. (2002). FGF signaling regulates expression of Tbx2, Erm, Pea3, and Pax3 in the early nasal region. Dev Biol 247, 237-50. (abstract)
 Bachler, M., and Neubuser, A. (2001). Expression of members of the Fgf family and their receptors during midfacial development. Mech Dev 100, 313-6. (abstract)
 Mandler, M., and Neubuser, A. (2001). FGF signaling is necessary for the specification of the odontogenic mesenchyme. Dev Biol 240, 548-59. (abstract)
 Minowada, G., Jarvis, L. A., Chi, C. L., Neubuser, A., Sun, X., Hacohen, N., Krasnow, M. A., and Martin, G. R. (1999). Vertebrate Sprouty genes are induced by FGF signaling and can cause chondrodysplasia when overexpressed. Development 126, 4465-75. (abstract)
 Peters, H., Neubuser, A., and Balling, R. (1998). Pax genes and organogenesis: Pax9 meets tooth development. Eur J Oral Sci 106 Suppl 1, 38-43. (abstract)
 Peters, H., Neubuser, A., Kratochwil, K., and Balling, R. (1998). Pax9-deficient mice lack pharyngeal pouch derivatives and teeth and exhibit craniofacial and limb abnormalities. Genes Dev 12, 2735-47. (abstract)
 Helde, R., Wiesler, B., Wachter, E., Neubuser, A., Hoffschulte, H. K., Hengelage, T., Schimz, K. L., Stuart, R. A., and Muller, M. (1997). Comparative characterization of SecA from the alpha-subclass purple bacterium Rhodobacter capsulatus and Escherichia coli reveals differences in membrane and precursor specificity. J Bacteriol 179, 4003-12. (abstract)
 Neubuser, A., Peters, H., Balling, R., and Martin, G. R. (1997). Antagonistic interactions between FGF and BMP signaling pathways: a mechanism for positioning the sites of tooth formation. Cell 90, 247-55. (abstract)
 Peters, H., Schuster, G., Neubuser, A., Richter, T., Hofler, H., and Balling, R. (1997). Isolation of the Pax9 cDNA from adult human esophagus. Mamm Genome 8, 62-4. (abstract)
 Sander, M., Neubuser, A., Kalamaras, J., Ee, H. C., Martin, G. R., and German, M. S. (1997). Genetic analysis reveals that PAX6 is required for normal transcription of pancreatic hormone genes and islet development. Genes Dev 11, 1662-73. (abstract)
 Balling, R., Helwig, U., Nadeau, J., Neubuser, A., Schmahl, W., and Imai, K. (1996). Pax genes and skeletal development. Ann N Y Acad Sci 785, 27-33. (abstract)
 Balling, R., Neubuser, A., and Christ, B. (1996). Pax genes and sclerotome development. Sem in Cell Dev Biol 7, 129-136.
 Huang, R., Zhi, Q., Neubuser, A., Muller, T. S., Brand-Saberi, B., Christ, B., and Wilting, J. (1996). Function of somite and somitocoele cells in the formation of the vertebral motion segment in avian embryos. Acta Anat (Basel) 155, 231-41. (abstract)
 Muller, T. S., Ebensperger, C., Neubuser, A., Koseki, H., Balling, R., Christ, B., and Wilting, J. (1996). Expression of avian Pax1 and Pax9 is intrinsically regulated in the pharyngeal endoderm, but depends on environmental influences in the paraxial mesoderm. Dev Biol 178, 403-17. (abstract)
 Neubuser, A., and Balling, R. (1996). Recent advances in understanding normal development at the biomedical and molecular level: Axial skeleton. In Handbook of experimental pharmacology. Vol. 124/I: Drug toxicity in embryonic development.
 Peters, H., Neubuser, A., Walling, J., Hostik, U., and Balling, R. (1996). The Genetics of Vertebral Column Development. In Thiel/Klug: Methods in Developmental Toxicology , Blackwell, pp. 135-149.
 Wallin, J., Eibel, H., Neubuser, A., Wilting, J., Koseki, H., and Balling, R. (1996). Pax1 is expressed during development of the thymus epithelium and is required for normal T-cell maturation. Development 122, 23-30. (abstract)
 Wilting, J., Muller, T. S., Ebensperger, C., Brand-Saberi, B., Christ, B., Neubuser, A., Balling, R., and Koseki, H. (1996). Development of the vertebral column: Morphogenesis and genes. In Aspects of Teratology, R. Vogel, J. Fanghaenel and J. Giebel, eds. (Marburg: Tectum Verlag).
 Neubuser, A., Koseki, H., and Balling, R. (1995). Characterization and developmental expression of Pax9, a paired-box-containing gene related to Pax1. Dev Biol 170, 701-16. (abstract)
 Kreusch, A., Neubuser, A., Schiltz, E., Weckesser, J., and Schulz, G. E. (1994). Structure of the membrane channel porin from Rhodopseudomonas blastica at 2.0 A resolution. Protein Sci 3, 58-63. (abstract)
 Watanabe, T., Tarttelin, E., Neubuser, A., Kimura, M., and Solter, D. (1994). Fine genetic mapping defines the genetic order of Pax9, Tcf3a, and Acrodysplasia (Adp). Mamm Genome 5, 768-70. (abstract)



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