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Xueyao Fu, Takae Kiyama, Renzhong Li, Mark Russell, William H Klein, Xiuqian Mu. Dev Dyn 2009
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218 articles co-cited >1



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Requirement for math5 in the development of retinal ganglion cells.
S W Wang, B S Kim, K Ding, H Wang, D Sun, R L Johnson, W H Klein, L Gan. Genes Dev 2001
366
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Gene regulation logic in retinal ganglion cell development: Isl1 defines a critical branch distinct from but overlapping with Pou4f2.
Xiuqian Mu, Xueyao Fu, Phillip D Beremand, Terry L Thomas, William H Klein. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2008
106
71

Math5 is required for retinal ganglion cell and optic nerve formation.
N L Brown, S Patel, J Brzezinski, T Glaser. Development 2001
363
71

Math5 is required for both early retinal neuron differentiation and cell cycle progression.
Tien T Le, Emily Wroblewski, Sima Patel, Amy N Riesenberg, Nadean L Brown. Dev Biol 2006
79
61

Math5 encodes a murine basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor expressed during early stages of retinal neurogenesis.
N L Brown, S Kanekar, M L Vetter, P K Tucker, D L Gemza, T Glaser. Development 1998
249
57

Math5 determines the competence state of retinal ganglion cell progenitors.
Zhiyong Yang, Kan Ding, Ling Pan, Min Deng, Lin Gan. Dev Biol 2003
202
57

ISL1 and BRN3B co-regulate the differentiation of murine retinal ganglion cells.
Ling Pan, Min Deng, Xiaoling Xie, Lin Gan. Development 2008
128
52



A gene network downstream of transcription factor Math5 regulates retinal progenitor cell competence and ganglion cell fate.
Xiuqian Mu, Xueyao Fu, Hongxia Sun, Phillip D Beremand, Terry L Thomas, William H Klein. Dev Biol 2005
101
47


MATH5 controls the acquisition of multiple retinal cell fates.
Liang Feng, Zheng-hua Xie, Qian Ding, Xiaoling Xie, Richard T Libby, Lin Gan. Mol Brain 2010
60
47

POU domain factor Brn-3b is required for the development of a large set of retinal ganglion cells.
L Gan, M Xiang, L Zhou, D S Wagner, W H Klein, J Nathans. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1996
267
42

Overlapping spatiotemporal patterns of regulatory gene expression are required for neuronal progenitors to specify retinal ganglion cell fate.
Takae Kiyama, Chai-An Mao, Jang-Hyeon Cho, Xueyao Fu, Ping Pan, Xiuqian Mu, William H Klein. Vision Res 2011
27
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Retinal ganglion cell-derived sonic hedgehog locally controls proliferation and the timing of RGC development in the embryonic mouse retina.
Yaping Wang, Gabriel D Dakubo, Sherry Thurig, Chantal J Mazerolle, Valerie A Wallace. Development 2005
155
42

Deletion of a remote enhancer near ATOH7 disrupts retinal neurogenesis, causing NCRNA disease.
Noor M Ghiasvand, Dellaney D Rudolph, Mohammad Mashayekhi, Joseph A Brzezinski, Daniel Goldman, Tom Glaser. Nat Neurosci 2011
90
42

Neurog2 controls the leading edge of neurogenesis in the mammalian retina.
Robert B Hufnagel, Tien T Le, Ashley L Riesenberg, Nadean L Brown. Dev Biol 2010
67
38

Ganglion cells are required for normal progenitor- cell proliferation but not cell-fate determination or patterning in the developing mouse retina.
Xiuqian Mu, Xueyao Fu, Hongxia Sun, Shuguang Liang, Hidetaka Maeda, Laura J Frishman, William H Klein. Curr Biol 2005
58
38

Vertebrate neural cell-fate determination: lessons from the retina.
F J Livesey, C L Cepko. Nat Rev Neurosci 2001
692
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Near complete loss of retinal ganglion cells in the math5/brn3b double knockout elicits severe reductions of other cell types during retinal development.
Ala Moshiri, Ernesto Gonzalez, Kunifumi Tagawa, Hidetaka Maeda, Minhua Wang, Laura J Frishman, Steven W Wang. Dev Biol 2008
59
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Cell fate determination in the vertebrate retina.
C L Cepko, C P Austin, X Yang, M Alexiades, D Ezzeddine. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1996
756
33

GDF11 controls the timing of progenitor cell competence in developing retina.
Joon Kim, Hsiao-Huei Wu, Arthur D Lander, Karen M Lyons, Martin M Matzuk, Anne L Calof. Science 2005
167
33

Discrete gene sets depend on POU domain transcription factor Brn3b/Brn-3.2/POU4f2 for their expression in the mouse embryonic retina.
Xiuqian Mu, Phillip D Beremand, Sheng Zhao, Rashmi Pershad, Hongxia Sun, Ann Scarpa, Shuguang Liang, Terry L Thomas, William H Klein. Development 2004
98
33


Retinal ganglion cell genesis requires lakritz, a Zebrafish atonal Homolog.
J N Kay, K C Finger-Baier, T Roeser, W Staub, H Baier. Neuron 2001
298
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Two transcription factors, Pou4f2 and Isl1, are sufficient to specify the retinal ganglion cell fate.
Fuguo Wu, Tadeusz J Kaczynski, Santhosh Sethuramanujam, Renzhong Li, Varsha Jain, Malcolm Slaughter, Xiuqian Mu. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
54
33

Rbpj cell autonomous regulation of retinal ganglion cell and cone photoreceptor fates in the mouse retina.
Amy N Riesenberg, Zhenyi Liu, Raphael Kopan, Nadean L Brown. J Neurosci 2009
75
28

Eomesodermin, a target gene of Pou4f2, is required for retinal ganglion cell and optic nerve development in the mouse.
Chai-An Mao, Takae Kiyama, Ping Pan, Yasuhide Furuta, Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis, William H Klein. Development 2008
58
28


Transcriptional regulation of photoreceptor development and homeostasis in the mammalian retina.
Anand Swaroop, Douglas Kim, Douglas Forrest. Nat Rev Neurosci 2010
329
28

Math5 (Atoh7) gene dosage limits retinal ganglion cell genesis.
Lev Prasov, Melinda Nagy, Dellaney D Rudolph, Tom Glaser. Neuroreport 2012
22
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Transcription factors SOX4 and SOX11 function redundantly to regulate the development of mouse retinal ganglion cells.
Ying Jiang, Qian Ding, Xiaoling Xie, Richard T Libby, Veronique Lefebvre, Lin Gan. J Biol Chem 2013
73
28


Pax6 regulation of Math5 during mouse retinal neurogenesis.
Amy N Riesenberg, Tien T Le, Minde I Willardsen, David C Blackburn, Monica L Vetter, Nadean L Brown. Genesis 2009
55
23

From progenitors to differentiated cells in the vertebrate retina.
Michalis Agathocleous, William A Harris. Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol 2009
172
23

Ptf1a determines horizontal and amacrine cell fates during mouse retinal development.
Yoshio Fujitani, Shuko Fujitani, Huijun Luo, Feng Qiu, Jared Burlison, Qiaoming Long, Yoshiya Kawaguchi, Helena Edlund, Raymond J MacDonald, Takahisa Furukawa,[...]. Development 2006
166
23



Individual retinal progenitor cells display extensive heterogeneity of gene expression.
Jeffrey M Trimarchi, Michael B Stadler, Constance L Cepko. PLoS One 2008
123
23

Loss of circadian photoentrainment and abnormal retinal electrophysiology in Math5 mutant mice.
Joseph A Brzezinski, Nadean L Brown, Atsuhiro Tanikawa, Ronald A Bush, Paul A Sieving, Martha H Vitaterna, Joseph S Takahashi, Tom Glaser. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2005
47
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Onecut 1 and Onecut 2 are potential regulators of mouse retinal development.
Fuguo Wu, Darshan Sapkota, Renzhong Li, Xiuqian Mu. J Comp Neurol 2012
44
23

Intrinsic control of mammalian retinogenesis.
Mengqing Xiang. Cell Mol Life Sci 2013
57
23


Pax6 is required for the multipotent state of retinal progenitor cells.
T Marquardt, R Ashery-Padan, N Andrejewski, R Scardigli, F Guillemot, P Gruss. Cell 2001
672
19

Math3 and NeuroD regulate amacrine cell fate specification in the retina.
Tomoyuki Inoue, Masato Hojo, Yasumasa Bessho, Yasuo Tano, Jacqueline E Lee, Ryoichiro Kageyama. Development 2002
208
19

Prox1 function controls progenitor cell proliferation and horizontal cell genesis in the mammalian retina.
Michael A Dyer, Frederick J Livesey, Constance L Cepko, Guillermo Oliver. Nat Genet 2003
296
19

Role of transcription factors Brn-3.1 and Brn-3.2 in auditory and visual system development.
L Erkman, R J McEvilly, L Luo, A K Ryan, F Hooshmand, S M O'Connell, E M Keithley, D H Rapaport, A F Ryan, M G Rosenfeld. Nature 1996
419
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Foxn4 controls the genesis of amacrine and horizontal cells by retinal progenitors.
Shengguo Li, Zeqian Mo, Xuejie Yang, Sandy M Price, Michael M Shen, Mengqing Xiang. Neuron 2004
178
19


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