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Integration of canonical and noncanonical Wnt signaling pathways patterns the neuroectoderm along the anterior-posterior axis of sea urchin embryos., Range RC., PLoS Biol. January 1, 2013; 11 (1): e1001467.              


Reciprocal signaling between the ectoderm and a mesendodermal left-right organizer directs left-right determination in the sea urchin embryo., Bessodes N., PLoS Genet. January 1, 2012; 8 (12): e1003121.                      


Ancestral regulatory circuits governing ectoderm patterning downstream of Nodal and BMP2/4 revealed by gene regulatory network analysis in an echinoderm., Saudemont A., PLoS Genet. December 23, 2010; 6 (12): e1001259.                      


Distinct embryotoxic effects of lithium appeared in a new assessment model of the sea urchin: the whole embryo assay and the blastomere culture assay., Kiyomoto M., Ecotoxicology. March 1, 2010; 19 (3): 563-70.


Gene regulatory network interactions in sea urchin endomesoderm induction., Sethi AJ., PLoS Biol. February 3, 2009; 7 (2): e1000029.                        


Developmental potential of small micromeres in sea urchin embryos., Kurihara H., Zoolog Sci. August 1, 2005; 22 (8): 845-52.


SoxB1 downregulation in vegetal lineages of sea urchin embryos is achieved by both transcriptional repression and selective protein turnover., Angerer LM., Development. March 1, 2005; 132 (5): 999-1008.


Coquillette, a sea urchin T-box gene of the Tbx2 subfamily, is expressed asymmetrically along the oral-aboral axis of the embryo and is involved in skeletogenesis., Croce J., Mech Dev. May 1, 2003; 120 (5): 561-72.


Regulating potential in development of a direct developing echinoid, Peronella japonica., Kitazawa C., Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 2001; 43 (1): 73-82.


A BMP pathway regulates cell fate allocation along the sea urchin animal-vegetal embryonic axis., Angerer LM., Development. March 1, 2000; 127 (5): 1105-14.


Studies on the cellular basis of morphogenesis in the sea urchin embryo. Directed movements of primary mesenchyme cells in normal and vegetalized larvae., Gustafson T., Exp Cell Res. December 15, 1999; 253 (2): 288-95.


GSK3beta/shaggy mediates patterning along the animal-vegetal axis of the sea urchin embryo., Emily-Fenouil F., Development. July 1, 1998; 125 (13): 2489-98.


A complete second gut induced by transplanted micromeres in the sea urchin embryo., Ransick A., Science. February 19, 1993; 259 (5098): 1134-8.


Spatial expression of the hatching enzyme gene in the sea urchin embryo., Lepage T., Dev Biol. March 1, 1992; 150 (1): 23-32.


Spatial and temporal expression pattern during sea urchin embryogenesis of a gene coding for a protease homologous to the human protein BMP-1 and to the product of the Drosophila dorsal-ventral patterning gene tolloid., Lepage T., Development. January 1, 1992; 114 (1): 147-63.


Tissue-specific, temporal changes in cell adhesion to echinonectin in the sea urchin embryo., Burdsal CA., Dev Biol. April 1, 1991; 144 (2): 327-34.


An altered series of ectodermal gene expressions accompanying the reversible suspension of differentiation in the zinc-animalized sea urchin embryo., Nemer M., Dev Biol. March 1, 1986; 114 (1): 214-24.


Three cell recognition changes accompany the ingression of sea urchin primary mesenchyme cells., Fink RD., Dev Biol. January 1, 1985; 107 (1): 66-74.

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