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Satoshi Watanabe, Rikako Sanuki, Yuko Sugita, Wataru Imai, Ryoji Yamazaki, Takashi Kozuka, Mizuki Ohsuga, Takahisa Furukawa. J Neurosci 2015
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The Prdm13 histone methyltransferase encoding gene is a Ptf1a-Rbpj downstream target that suppresses glutamatergic and promotes GABAergic neuronal fate in the dorsal neural tube.
Julie Hanotel, Nathalie Bessodes, Aurore Thélie, Marie Hedderich, Karine Parain, Benoit Van Driessche, Karina De Oliveira Brandão, Sadia Kricha, Mette C Jorgensen, Anne Grapin-Botton,[...]. Dev Biol 2014
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Prdm13 mediates the balance of inhibitory and excitatory neurons in somatosensory circuits.
Joshua C Chang, David M Meredith, Paul R Mayer, Mark D Borromeo, Helen C Lai, Yi-Hung Ou, Jane E Johnson. Dev Cell 2013
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North Carolina Macular Dystrophy Is Caused by Dysregulation of the Retinal Transcription Factor PRDM13.
Kent W Small, Adam P DeLuca, S Scott Whitmore, Thomas Rosenberg, Rosemary Silva-Garcia, Nitin Udar, Bernard Puech, Charles A Garcia, Thomas A Rice, Gerald A Fishman,[...]. Ophthalmology 2016
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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
165
24

PRDM proteins: important players in differentiation and disease.
Cathrine K Fog, Giorgio G Galli, Anders H Lund. Bioessays 2012
126
20

Blimp1 controls photoreceptor versus bipolar cell fate choice during retinal development.
Joseph A Brzezinski, Deepak A Lamba, Thomas A Reh. Development 2010
83
20

Phenotype of a British North Carolina macular dystrophy family linked to chromosome 6q.
M B Reichel, R E Kelsell, J Fan, C Y Gregory, K Evans, A T Moore, D M Hunt, F W Fitzke, A C Bird. Br J Ophthalmol 1998
31
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North Carolina macular dystrophy (MCDR1) caused by a novel tandem duplication of the PRDM13 gene.
Sara J Bowne, Lori S Sullivan, Dianna K Wheaton, Kirsten G Locke, Kaylie D Jones, Daniel C Koboldt, Robert S Fulton, Richard K Wilson, Susan H Blanton, David G Birch,[...]. Mol Vis 2016
18
33

The Prdm family: expanding roles in stem cells and development.
Tobias Hohenauer, Adrian W Moore. Development 2012
148
17

Ptf1a is essential for the differentiation of GABAergic and glycinergic amacrine cells and horizontal cells in the mouse retina.
Hassan Nakhai, Saadettin Sel, Jack Favor, Lidia Mendoza-Torres, Friedrich Paulsen, Gernot I W Duncker, Roland M Schmid. Development 2007
137
17

Tfap2a and 2b act downstream of Ptf1a to promote amacrine cell differentiation during retinogenesis.
Kangxin Jin, Haisong Jiang, Dongchang Xiao, Min Zou, Jun Zhu, Mengqing Xiang. Mol Brain 2015
28
17

Blimp1 suppresses Chx10 expression in differentiating retinal photoreceptor precursors to ensure proper photoreceptor development.
Kimiko Katoh, Yoshihiro Omori, Akishi Onishi, Shigeru Sato, Mineo Kondo, Takahisa Furukawa. J Neurosci 2010
75
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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
177
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Clinical and genetic characterization of a Danish family with North Carolina macular dystrophy.
Thomas Rosenberg, Ben Roos, Thorkild Johnsen, Niels Bech, Todd E Scheetz, Michael Larsen, Edwin M Stone, John H Fingert. Mol Vis 2010
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North Carolina macular dystrophy is assigned to chromosome 6.
K W Small, J L Weber, A Roses, F Lennon, J M Vance, M A Pericak-Vance. Genomics 1992
99
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North Carolina macular dystrophy, revisited.
K W Small. Ophthalmology 1989
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A novel duplication of PRMD13 causes North Carolina macular dystrophy: overexpression of PRDM13 orthologue in drosophila eye reproduces the human phenotype.
Gaël Manes, Willy Joly, Thomas Guignard, Vasily Smirnov, Sylvie Berthemy, Béatrice Bocquet, Isabelle Audo, Christina Zeitz, José Sahel, Chantal Cazevieille,[...]. Hum Mol Genet 2017
8
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Prdm13 forms a feedback loop with Ptf1a and is required for glycinergic amacrine cell genesis in the Xenopus Retina.
Nathalie Bessodes, Karine Parain, Odile Bronchain, Eric J Bellefroid, Muriel Perron. Neural Dev 2017
9
55

Transcription factor PRDM8 is required for rod bipolar and type 2 OFF-cone bipolar cell survival and amacrine subtype identity.
Cynthia C Jung, Denize Atan, David Ng, Lynda Ploder, Sarah E Ross, Martin Klein, David G Birch, Eduardo Diez, Roderick R McInnes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2015
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Bhlhb5 and Prdm8 form a repressor complex involved in neuronal circuit assembly.
Sarah E Ross, Alejandra E McCord, Cynthia Jung, Denize Atan, Stephanie I Mok, Martin Hemberg, Tae-Kyung Kim, John Salogiannis, Linda Hu, Sonia Cohen,[...]. Neuron 2012
70
13


Vertebrate neural cell-fate determination: lessons from the retina.
F J Livesey, C L Cepko. Nat Rev Neurosci 2001
684
13

Otx2 homeobox gene controls retinal photoreceptor cell fate and pineal gland development.
Akihiro Nishida, Akiko Furukawa, Chieko Koike, Yasuo Tano, Shinichi Aizawa, Isao Matsuo, Takahisa Furukawa. Nat Neurosci 2003
398
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Mef2d is essential for the maturation and integrity of retinal photoreceptor and bipolar cells.
Yoshihiro Omori, Tamiki Kitamura, Satoyo Yoshida, Ryusuke Kuwahara, Taro Chaya, Shoichi Irie, Takahisa Furukawa. Genes Cells 2015
18
22

Islet-1 controls the differentiation of retinal bipolar and cholinergic amacrine cells.
Yasser Elshatory, Drew Everhart, Min Deng, Xiaoling Xie, Robert B Barlow, Lin Gan. J Neurosci 2007
132
13

North Carolina macular dystrophy (MCDR1) in Texas.
K W Small, C A Garcia, G Gallardo, N Udar, S Yelchits. Retina 1998
14
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Hereditary macular degeneration and amino-aciduria.
W H Lefler, J A Wadsworth, J B Sidbury. Am J Ophthalmol 1971
71
13

North Carolina macular dystrophy phenotype in France maps to the MCDR1 locus.
K W Small, B Puech, L Mullen, S Yelchits. Mol Vis 1997
24
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A North Carolina macular dystrophy phenotype in a Belizean family maps to the MCDR1 locus.
M F Rabb, L Mullen, S Yelchits, N Udar, K W Small. Am J Ophthalmol 1998
22
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Clinical characterization and genetic mapping of North Carolina macular dystrophy.
Zhenglin Yang, Zongzhong Tong, Louis J Chorich, Erik Pearson, Xian Yang, Anthony Moore, David M Hunt, Kang Zhang. Vision Res 2008
20
20

ICK is essential for cell type-specific ciliogenesis and the regulation of ciliary transport.
Taro Chaya, Yoshihiro Omori, Ryusuke Kuwahara, Takahisa Furukawa. EMBO J 2014
54
13

Clinical and genetic evidence for autosomal dominant North Carolina macular dystrophy in a German family.
D Pauleikhoff, C G Sauer, C R Müller, M Radermacher, A Merz, B H Weber. Am J Ophthalmol 1997
23
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Ptf1a determines GABAergic over glutamatergic neuronal cell fate in the spinal cord dorsal horn.
Stacey M Glasgow, R Michael Henke, Raymond J Macdonald, Christopher V E Wright, Jane E Johnson. Development 2005
154
13

The role of the transcriptional regulator Ptf1a in converting intestinal to pancreatic progenitors.
Yoshiya Kawaguchi, Bonnie Cooper, Maureen Gannon, Michael Ray, Raymond J MacDonald, Christopher V E Wright. Nat Genet 2002
707
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A nonclassical bHLH Rbpj transcription factor complex is required for specification of GABAergic neurons independent of Notch signaling.
Kei Hori, Justyna Cholewa-Waclaw, Yuji Nakada, Stacey M Glasgow, Toshihiko Masui, R Michael Henke, Hendrik Wildner, Benedetta Martarelli, Thomas M Beres, Jonathan A Epstein,[...]. Genes Dev 2008
101
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Rax Homeoprotein Regulates Photoreceptor Cell Maturation and Survival in Association with Crx in the Postnatal Mouse Retina.
Shoichi Irie, Rikako Sanuki, Yuki Muranishi, Kimiko Kato, Taro Chaya, Takahisa Furukawa. Mol Cell Biol 2015
21
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North Carolina's dominant progressive foveal dystrophy: how progressive is it?
K W Small, J Killian, W C McLean. Br J Ophthalmol 1991
44
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Repression by PRDM13 is critical for generating precision in neuronal identity.
Bishakha Mona, Ana Uruena, Rahul K Kollipara, Zhenzhong Ma, Mark D Borromeo, Joshua C Chang, Jane E Johnson. Elife 2017
16
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Prdm13 is required for Ebf3+ amacrine cell formation in the retina.
Noah B Goodson, Jhenya Nahreini, Grace Randazzo, Ana Uruena, Jane E Johnson, Joseph A Brzezinski. Dev Biol 2018
11
36

Immunocytochemical analysis of the mouse retina.
S Haverkamp, H Wässle. J Comp Neurol 2000
561
10

A key role of starburst amacrine cells in originating retinal directional selectivity and optokinetic eye movement.
K Yoshida, D Watanabe, H Ishikane, M Tachibana, I Pastan, S Nakanishi. Neuron 2001
240
10

PRDM6 is enriched in vascular precursors during development and inhibits endothelial cell proliferation, survival, and differentiation.
Yaxu Wu, James E Ferguson, Hong Wang, Rusty Kelley, Rongqin Ren, Holly McDonough, James Meeker, Peter C Charles, Hengbin Wang, Cam Patterson. J Mol Cell Cardiol 2008
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Molecular basis for the regulation of the H3K4 methyltransferase activity of PRDM9.
Hong Wu, Nikolas Mathioudakis, Boubou Diagouraga, Aiping Dong, Ludmila Dombrovski, Frédéric Baudat, Stephen Cusack, Bernard de Massy, Jan Kadlec. Cell Rep 2013
61
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Prdm12 specifies V1 interneurons through cross-repressive interactions with Dbx1 and Nkx6 genes in Xenopus.
Aurore Thélie, Simon Desiderio, Julie Hanotel, Ian Quigley, Benoit Van Driessche, Anthony Rodari, Mark D Borromeo, Sadia Kricha, François Lahaye, Jenifer Croce,[...]. Development 2015
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Histone methyltransferase PRDM8 regulates mouse testis steroidogenesis.
Gwang Hyeon Eom, Kabsun Kim, Sung-Mi Kim, Hae Jin Kee, Ji-Young Kim, Hye Mi Jin, Ju-Ryoung Kim, Jung Ha Kim, Nakwon Choe, Kee-Beom Kim,[...]. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2009
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Prdm3 and Prdm16 are H3K9me1 methyltransferases required for mammalian heterochromatin integrity.
Inês Pinheiro, Raphaël Margueron, Nicholas Shukeir, Michael Eisold, Christoph Fritzsch, Florian M Richter, Gerhard Mittler, Christel Genoud, Susumu Goyama, Mineo Kurokawa,[...]. Cell 2012
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