Subject Areas on Research
- A Wnt-CKIvarepsilon-Rap1 pathway regulates gastrulation by modulating SIPA1L1, a Rap GTPase activating protein.
- A mouse homologue of FAST-1 transduces TGF beta superfamily signals and is expressed during early embryogenesis.
- Allocation of epiblast cells to germ layer derivatives during mouse gastrulation as studied with a retroviral vector.
- Archenteron precursor cells can organize secondary axial structures in the sea urchin embryo.
- BMP antagonism protects Nodal signaling in the gastrula to promote the tissue interactions underlying mammalian forebrain and craniofacial patterning.
- Beta heavy-spectrin has a restricted tissue and subcellular distribution during Drosophila embryogenesis.
- Bone morphogenetic protein-4 (BMP-4) acts during gastrula stages to cause ventralization of Xenopus embryos.
- Bone morphogenetic protein-4 is required for mesoderm formation and patterning in the mouse.
- Cell recognition processes in the differentiation of embryonic sea urchins.
- Changes in the pattern of adherens junction-associated beta-catenin accompany morphogenesis in the sea urchin embryo.
- Characterization of a gene trap insertion into a novel gene, cordon-bleu, expressed in axial structures of the gastrulating mouse embryo.
- Characterization of moesin in the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus: redistribution to the plasma membrane following fertilization is inhibited by cytochalasin B.
- Characterization of the role of cadherin in regulating cell adhesion during sea urchin development.
- Colocalization of BMP 7 and BMP 2 RNAs suggests that these factors cooperatively mediate tissue interactions during murine development.
- Commitment along the dorsoventral axis of the sea urchin embryo is altered in response to NiCl2.
- Delayed transition to new cell fates during cellular reprogramming.
- Differential expression of multiple fork head related genes during gastrulation and axial pattern formation in the mouse embryo.
- Dynamic changes in the distribution of cytoplasmic myosin during Drosophila embryogenesis.
- Dynamics of thin filopodia during sea urchin gastrulation.
- Endo16 is required for gastrulation in the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus.
- Evolutionary modification of cell lineage in the direct-developing sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma.
- Frizzled5/8 is required in secondary mesenchyme cells to initiate archenteron invagination during sea urchin development.
- Gastrulation in the sea urchin embryo requires the deposition of crosslinked collagen within the extracellular matrix.
- Gastrulation in the sea urchin.
- Growth factors in development: the role of TGF-beta related polypeptide signalling molecules in embryogenesis.
- Haploinsufficient phenotypes in Bmp4 heterozygous null mice and modification by mutations in Gli3 and Alx4.
- Inhibitors of metalloendoproteases block spiculogenesis in sea urchin primary mesenchyme cells.
- LvNotch signaling mediates secondary mesenchyme specification in the sea urchin embryo.
- LvNumb works synergistically with Notch signaling to specify non-skeletal mesoderm cells in the sea urchin embryo.
- Micromere descendants at the blastula stage are involved in normal archenteron formation in sea urchin embryos.
- New insights from a high-resolution look at gastrulation in the sea urchin, Lytechinus variegatus.
- Nodal is a novel TGF-beta-like gene expressed in the mouse node during gastrulation.
- Nodal-related signals induce axial mesoderm and dorsalize mesoderm during gastrulation.
- Nuclear beta-catenin-dependent Wnt8 signaling in vegetal cells of the early sea urchin embryo regulates gastrulation and differentiation of endoderm and mesodermal cell lineages.
- Pattern formation during gastrulation in the sea urchin embryo.
- Promoter logic.
- Regulative capacity of the archenteron during gastrulation in the sea urchin.
- Retinoic acid-mediated gene expression in transgenic reporter zebrafish.
- RhoA regulates initiation of invagination, but not convergent extension, during sea urchin gastrulation.
- Single-cell chromatin profiling of the primitive gut tube reveals regulatory dynamics underlying lineage fate decisions.
- Spdeadringer, a sea urchin embryo gene required separately in skeletogenic and oral ectoderm gene regulatory networks.
- Surface antigens involved in interactions of embryonic sea urchin cells.
- Target recognition by the archenteron during sea urchin gastrulation.
- The DVR gene family in embryonic development.
- The Role of Brachyruy (T) During Gastrulations Movement in the Sea Urchin, Lytechinus variegatus
- The Snail repressor is required for PMC ingression in the sea urchin embryo.
- The allocation of early blastomeres to the ectoderm and endoderm is variable in the sea urchin embryo.
- The evolution of echinoderm development is driven by several distinct factors.
- The origin of spicule-forming cells in a 'primitive' sea urchin (Eucidaris tribuloides) which appears to lack primary mesenchyme cells.
- The regulation of primary mesenchyme cell migration in the sea urchin embryo: transplantations of cells and latex beads.
- The role of chordin/Bmp signals in mammalian pharyngeal development and DiGeorge syndrome.
- Three cell recognition changes accompany the ingression of sea urchin primary mesenchyme cells.
- alphaSU2, an epithelial integrin that binds laminin in the sea urchin embryo.
Keywords of People
- Wray, Gregory Allan, Professor of Biology, Evolutionary Anthropology