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Y Furuta, D W Piston, B L Hogan. Development 1997
Times Cited: 561







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1162 articles co-cited >1



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BMP signaling is required locally to pattern the dorsal telencephalic midline.
Jean M Hébert, Yuji Mishina, Susan K McConnell. Neuron 2002
186
27


A local Wnt-3a signal is required for development of the mammalian hippocampus.
S M Lee, S Tole, E Grove, A P McMahon. Development 2000
475
21

Lhx2 selector activity specifies cortical identity and suppresses hippocampal organizer fate.
Vishakha S Mangale, Karla E Hirokawa, Prasad R V Satyaki, Nandini Gokulchandran, Satyadeep Chikbire, Lakshmi Subramanian, Ashwin S Shetty, Ben Martynoga, Jolly Paul, Mark V Mai,[...]. Science 2008
221
19

Embryonic signaling centers expressing BMP, WNT and FGF proteins interact to pattern the cerebral cortex.
Tomomi Shimogori, Victoria Banuchi, Hanyann Y Ng, Jonathan B Strauss, Elizabeth A Grove. Development 2004
230
17

LIM-homeodomain gene Lhx2 regulates the formation of the cortical hem.
S Bulchand, E A Grove, F D Porter, S Tole. Mech Dev 2001
139
15

Massive loss of Cajal-Retzius cells does not disrupt neocortical layer order.
Michio Yoshida, Stavroula Assimacopoulos, Kevin R Jones, Elizabeth A Grove. Development 2006
203
15

Sequential actions of BMP receptors control neural precursor cell production and fate.
D M Panchision, J M Pickel, L Studer, S H Lee, P A Turner, T G Hazel, R D McKay. Genes Dev 2001
246
15

Mutations in the BMP pathway in mice support the existence of two molecular classes of holoprosencephaly.
Marie Fernandes, Grigoriy Gutin, Heather Alcorn, Susan K McConnell, Jean M Hébert. Development 2007
76
18

Hippocampus development and generation of dentate gyrus granule cells is regulated by LEF1.
J Galceran, E M Miyashita-Lin, E Devaney, J L Rubenstein, R Grosschedl. Development 2000
292
13


Central roles of the roof plate in telencephalic development and holoprosencephaly.
Xun Cheng, Ching-mei Hsu, D Spencer Currle, Jia Sheng Hu, A James Barkovich, Edwin S Monuki. J Neurosci 2006
80
15

Dose-dependent functions of Fgf8 in regulating telencephalic patterning centers.
Elaine E Storm, Sonia Garel, Ugo Borello, Jean M Hebert, Salvador Martinez, Susan K McConnell, Gail R Martin, John L R Rubenstein. Development 2006
267
12

Hes genes and neurogenin regulate non-neural versus neural fate specification in the dorsal telencephalic midline.
Itaru Imayoshi, Tomomi Shimogori, Toshiyuki Ohtsuka, Ryoichiro Kageyama. Development 2008
146
11

The cortical hem regulates the size and patterning of neocortex.
Giuliana Caronia-Brown, Michio Yoshida, Forrest Gulden, Stavroula Assimacopoulos, Elizabeth A Grove. Development 2014
47
23

Gli3 is required for Emx gene expression during dorsal telencephalon development.
T Theil, G Alvarez-Bolado, A Walter, U Rüther. Development 1999
178
10

Multiple origins of Cajal-Retzius cells at the borders of the developing pallium.
Franck Bielle, Amélie Griveau, Nicolas Narboux-Nême, Sébastien Vigneau, Markus Sigrist, Silvia Arber, Marion Wassef, Alessandra Pierani. Nat Neurosci 2005
313
10

Neocortex patterning by the secreted signaling molecule FGF8.
T Fukuchi-Shimogori, E A Grove. Science 2001
494
10

A dynamic gradient of Wnt signaling controls initiation of neurogenesis in the mammalian cortex and cellular specification in the hippocampus.
Ondrej Machon, Mattias Backman, Olga Machonova, Zbynek Kozmik, Tomas Vacik, Lill Andersen, Stefan Krauss. Dev Biol 2007
152
10

Effects of canonical Wnt signaling on dorso-ventral specification of the mouse telencephalon.
Mattias Backman, Ondrej Machon, Line Mygland, Christiaan Johannes van den Bout, Weimin Zhong, Makoto M Taketo, Stefan Krauss. Dev Biol 2005
172
10

Direct and indirect roles of CNS dorsal midline cells in choroid plexus epithelia formation.
D Spencer Currle, Xun Cheng, Ching-Mei Hsu, Edwin S Monuki. Development 2005
84
11


Cyclopia and defective axial patterning in mice lacking Sonic hedgehog gene function.
C Chiang, Y Litingtung, E Lee, K E Young, J L Corden, H Westphal, P A Beachy. Nature 1996
10


Lhx2, a LIM homeobox gene, is required for eye, forebrain, and definitive erythrocyte development.
F D Porter, J Drago, Y Xu, S S Cheema, C Wassif, S P Huang, E Lee, A Grinberg, J S Massalas, D Bodine,[...]. Development 1997
364
9

Lhx2 regulates the development of the forebrain hem system.
Achira Roy, Miriam Gonzalez-Gomez, Alessandra Pierani, Gundela Meyer, Shubha Tole. Cereb Cortex 2014
47
19

Lmx1a regulates fates and location of cells originating from the cerebellar rhombic lip and telencephalic cortical hem.
Victor V Chizhikov, Anne G Lindgren, Yuriko Mishima, Richard W Roberts, Kimberly A Aldinger, George R Miesegaes, D Spencer Currle, Edwin S Monuki, Kathleen J Millen. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010
84
10

Noggin antagonizes BMP signaling to create a niche for adult neurogenesis.
D A Lim, A D Tramontin, J M Trevejo, D G Herrera, J M García-Verdugo, A Alvarez-Buylla. Neuron 2000
794
9

Self-organized formation of polarized cortical tissues from ESCs and its active manipulation by extrinsic signals.
Mototsugu Eiraku, Kiichi Watanabe, Mami Matsuo-Takasaki, Masako Kawada, Shigenobu Yonemura, Michiru Matsumura, Takafumi Wataya, Ayaka Nishiyama, Keiko Muguruma, Yoshiki Sasai. Cell Stem Cell 2008
837
9


Transcriptional analysis of Gli3 mutants identifies Wnt target genes in the developing hippocampus.
Kerstin Hasenpusch-Theil, Dario Magnani, Eleni-Maria Amaniti, Lin Han, Douglas Armstrong, Thomas Theil. Cereb Cortex 2012
32
25

The role of Foxg1 and dorsal midline signaling in the generation of Cajal-Retzius subtypes.
Carina Hanashima, Marie Fernandes, Jean M Hebert, Gord Fishell. J Neurosci 2007
92
8


The cell biology of neurogenesis.
Magdalena Götz, Wieland B Huttner. Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol 2005
8

Foxg1 suppresses early cortical cell fate.
Carina Hanashima, Suzanne C Li, Lijian Shen, Eseng Lai, Gord Fishell. Science 2004
279
8

Signaling through BMPR-IA regulates quiescence and long-term activity of neural stem cells in the adult hippocampus.
Helena Mira, Zoraida Andreu, Hoonkyo Suh, D Chichung Lie, Sebastian Jessberger, Antonella Consiglio, Juana San Emeterio, Rafael Hortigüela, María Angeles Marqués-Torrejón, Kinichi Nakashima,[...]. Cell Stem Cell 2010
316
8


Generation of reelin-positive marginal zone cells from the caudomedial wall of telencephalic vesicles.
Keiko Takiguchi-Hayashi, Mariko Sekiguchi, Shizuko Ashigaki, Masako Takamatsu, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Rika Suzuki-Migishima, Minesuke Yokoyama, Shigetada Nakanishi, Yasuto Tanabe. J Neurosci 2004
179
7

Expression of p73 and Reelin in the developing human cortex.
Gundela Meyer, Carlos Gustavo Perez-Garcia, Hajnalka Abraham, Daniel Caput. J Neurosci 2002
136
7

Cortical excitatory neurons and glia, but not GABAergic neurons, are produced in the Emx1-expressing lineage.
Jessica A Gorski, Tiffany Talley, Mengsheng Qiu, Luis Puelles, John L R Rubenstein, Kevin R Jones. J Neurosci 2002
764
7


The genetics of early telencephalon patterning: some assembly required.
Jean M Hébert, Gord Fishell. Nat Rev Neurosci 2008
246
7


Specification of dorsal telencephalic character by sequential Wnt and FGF signaling.
Lena Gunhaga, Matthew Marklund, My Sjödal, Jen-Chih Hsieh, Thomas M Jessell, Thomas Edlund. Nat Neurosci 2003
143
7

The dynamic role of bone morphogenetic proteins in neural stem cell fate and maturation.
Allison M Bond, Oneil G Bhalala, John A Kessler. Dev Neurobiol 2012
133
7

LIF and BMP signaling generate separate and discrete types of GFAP-expressing cells.
Michael A Bonaguidi, Tammy McGuire, Min Hu, Lixin Kan, Jayshree Samanta, John A Kessler. Development 2005
196
7



Longitudinal organization of the anterior neural plate and neural tube.
K Shimamura, D J Hartigan, S Martinez, L Puelles, J L Rubenstein. Development 1995
526
7


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