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Margaret L Kirby, Mary R Hutson. Cell Adh Migr 2010
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Neural crest cells contribute to normal aorticopulmonary septation.
M L Kirby, T F Gale, D E Stewart. Science 1983
871
29

Fate of the mammalian cardiac neural crest.
X Jiang, D H Rowitch, P Soriano, A P McMahon, H M Sucov. Development 2000
847
24

The neural crest in cardiac congenital anomalies.
Anna Keyte, Mary Redmond Hutson. Differentiation 2012
147
23

A gene regulatory network orchestrates neural crest formation.
Tatjana Sauka-Spengler, Marianne Bronner-Fraser. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2008
497
15

Contact inhibition of locomotion in vivo controls neural crest directional migration.
Carlos Carmona-Fontaine, Helen K Matthews, Sei Kuriyama, Mauricio Moreno, Graham A Dunn, Maddy Parsons, Claudio D Stern, Roberto Mayor. Nature 2008
402
15

Collective chemotaxis requires contact-dependent cell polarity.
Eric Theveneau, Lorena Marchant, Sei Kuriyama, Mazhar Gull, Barbara Moepps, Maddy Parsons, Roberto Mayor. Dev Cell 2010
370
14


Cranial neural crest migration: new rules for an old road.
Paul M Kulesa, Caleb M Bailey, Jennifer C Kasemeier-Kulesa, Rebecca McLennan. Dev Biol 2010
107
12

Repulsive and attractive semaphorins cooperate to direct the navigation of cardiac neural crest cells.
Toshihiko Toyofuku, Junko Yoshida, Tamiko Sugimoto, Midori Yamamoto, Nobuhiko Makino, Hyota Takamatsu, Noriko Takegahara, Fumikazu Suto, Masatsugu Hori, Hajime Fujisawa,[...]. Dev Biol 2008
99
12

FGF8 signaling is chemotactic for cardiac neural crest cells.
Asako Sato, Ann Marie Scholl, E N Kuhn, Harriett A Stadt, Jennifer R Decker, Kelly Pegram, Mary R Hutson, Margaret L Kirby. Dev Biol 2011
62
16



How to make a heart: the origin and regulation of cardiac progenitor cells.
Stéphane D Vincent, Margaret E Buckingham. Curr Top Dev Biol 2010
274
11

Epithelial-mesenchymal transitions in development and disease.
Jean Paul Thiery, Hervé Acloque, Ruby Y J Huang, M Angela Nieto. Cell 2009
11


The outflow tract of the heart is recruited from a novel heart-forming field.
C H Mjaatvedt, T Nakaoka, R Moreno-Rodriguez, R A Norris, M J Kern, C A Eisenberg, D Turner, R R Markwald. Dev Biol 2001
394
11

Neural crest and cardiovascular development: a 20-year perspective.
Mary Redmond Hutson, Margaret L Kirby. Birth Defects Res C Embryo Today 2003
219
11

Fgf8 is required for pharyngeal arch and cardiovascular development in the mouse.
Radwan Abu-Issa, Graham Smyth, Ida Smoak, Ken-ichi Yamamura, Erik N Meyers. Development 2002
334
10


Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) regulates cranial neural crest migration in vivo.
Rebecca McLennan, Jessica M Teddy, Jennifer C Kasemeier-Kulesa, Morgan H Romine, Paul M Kulesa. Dev Biol 2010
85
10

Regional differences in neural crest morphogenesis.
Bryan R Kuo, Carol A Erickson. Cell Adh Migr 2010
51
15

CXCR4 controls ventral migration of sympathetic precursor cells.
Jennifer C Kasemeier-Kulesa, Rebecca McLennan, Morgan H Romine, Paul M Kulesa, Frances Lefcort. J Neurosci 2010
80
10

Complement fragment C3a controls mutual cell attraction during collective cell migration.
Carlos Carmona-Fontaine, Eric Theveneau, Apostolia Tzekou, Masazumi Tada, Mae Woods, Karen M Page, Maddy Parsons, John D Lambris, Roberto Mayor. Dev Cell 2011
209
10

Ets-1 confers cranial features on neural crest delamination.
Eric Théveneau, Jean-Loup Duband, Muriel Altabef. PLoS One 2007
93
10

Conotruncal myocardium arises from a secondary heart field.
K L Waldo, D H Kumiski, K T Wallis, H A Stadt, M R Hutson, D H Platt, M L Kirby. Development 2001
456
10

Misregulation of SDF1-CXCR4 signaling impairs early cardiac neural crest cell migration leading to conotruncal defects.
Sophie Escot, Cédrine Blavet, Sonja Härtle, Jean-Loup Duband, Claire Fournier-Thibault. Circ Res 2013
56
14

Ablation of specific expression domains reveals discrete functions of ectoderm- and endoderm-derived FGF8 during cardiovascular and pharyngeal development.
Timothy L Macatee, Benjamin P Hammond, Benjamin R Arenkiel, Lily Francis, Deborah U Frank, Anne M Moon. Development 2003
192
9

Isl1 identifies a cardiac progenitor population that proliferates prior to differentiation and contributes a majority of cells to the heart.
Chen-Leng Cai, Xingqun Liang, Yunqing Shi, Po-Hsien Chu, Samuel L Pfaff, Ju Chen, Sylvia Evans. Dev Cell 2003
9

Tbx1 controls cardiac neural crest cell migration during arch artery development by regulating Gbx2 expression in the pharyngeal ectoderm.
Amélie Calmont, Sarah Ivins, Kelly Lammerts Van Bueren, Irinna Papangeli, Vanessa Kyriakopoulou, William D Andrews, James F Martin, Anne M Moon, Elizabeth A Illingworth, M Albert Basson,[...]. Development 2009
93
9

The incidence of congenital heart disease.
Julien I E Hoffman, Samuel Kaplan. J Am Coll Cardiol 2002
9

Building the mammalian heart from two sources of myocardial cells.
Margaret Buckingham, Sigolène Meilhac, Stéphane Zaffran. Nat Rev Genet 2005
805
9

The transcriptional control of trunk neural crest induction, survival, and delamination.
Martin Cheung, Marie-Christine Chaboissier, Anita Mynett, Elizabeth Hirst, Andreas Schedl, James Briscoe. Dev Cell 2005
305
9



Mechanism of Xenopus cranial neural crest cell migration.
Dominque Alfandari, Hélène Cousin, Mungo Marsden. Cell Adh Migr 2010
44
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A role for chemokine signaling in neural crest cell migration and craniofacial development.
Eugenia C Olesnicky Killian, Denise A Birkholz, Kristin Bruk Artinger. Dev Biol 2009
91
9


Keeping in touch with contact inhibition of locomotion.
Roberto Mayor, Carlos Carmona-Fontaine. Trends Cell Biol 2010
182
9

Directional migration of neural crest cells in vivo is regulated by Syndecan-4/Rac1 and non-canonical Wnt signaling/RhoA.
Helen K Matthews, Lorena Marchant, Carlos Carmona-Fontaine, Sei Kuriyama, Juan Larraín, Mark R Holt, Maddy Parsons, Roberto Mayor. Development 2008
203
9


The second heart field.
Robert G Kelly. Curr Top Dev Biol 2012
128
9

Neural crest cell contribution to the developing circulatory system: implications for vascular morphology?
M Bergwerff, M E Verberne, M C DeRuiter, R E Poelmann, A C Gittenberger-de Groot. Circ Res 1998
215
9

Preotic neural crest cells contribute to coronary artery smooth muscle involving endothelin signalling.
Yuichiro Arima, Sachiko Miyagawa-Tomita, Kazuhiro Maeda, Rieko Asai, Daiki Seya, Maryline Minoux, Filippo M Rijli, Koichi Nishiyama, Ki-Sung Kim, Yasunobu Uchijima,[...]. Nat Commun 2012
66
10

An Fgf8 mouse mutant phenocopies human 22q11 deletion syndrome.
Deborah U Frank, Lori K Fotheringham, Judson A Brewer, Louis J Muglia, Martin Tristani-Firouzi, Mario R Capecchi, Anne M Moon. Development 2002
267
7

The role of secondary heart field in cardiac development.
Laura A Dyer, Margaret L Kirby. Dev Biol 2009
154
7

Tbx1 haploinsufficieny in the DiGeorge syndrome region causes aortic arch defects in mice.
E A Lindsay, F Vitelli, H Su, M Morishima, T Huynh, T Pramparo, V Jurecic, G Ogunrinu, H F Sutherland, P J Scambler,[...]. Nature 2001
706
7

TBX1 is responsible for cardiovascular defects in velo-cardio-facial/DiGeorge syndrome.
S Merscher, B Funke, J A Epstein, J Heyer, A Puech, M M Lu, R J Xavier, M B Demay, R G Russell, S Factor,[...]. Cell 2001
675
7

An Nkx2-5/Bmp2/Smad1 negative feedback loop controls heart progenitor specification and proliferation.
Owen W J Prall, Mary K Menon, Mark J Solloway, Yusuke Watanabe, Stéphane Zaffran, Fanny Bajolle, Christine Biben, Jim J McBride, Bronwyn R Robertson, Hervé Chaulet,[...]. Cell 2007
377
7

Great vessel development requires biallelic expression of Chd7 and Tbx1 in pharyngeal ectoderm in mice.
Victoria Randall, Karen McCue, Catherine Roberts, Vanessa Kyriakopoulou, Sarah Beddow, Angela N Barrett, Francesca Vitelli, Katrina Prescott, Charles Shaw-Smith, Koen Devriendt,[...]. J Clin Invest 2009
100
7


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