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2013
Huang C-J, Wilson V, Pennings S, MacRae CA, Mullins JJ.  2013.  Sequential effects of spadetail, one-eyed pinhead and no tail on midline convergence of nephric primordia during zebrafish embryogenesis.Dev Biol. 384(2):290-300.
2011
Karus M, Denecke B, ffrench-Constant C, Wiese S, Faissner A.  2011.  The extracellular matrix molecule tenascin C modulates expression levels and territories of key patterning genes during spinal cord astrocyte specification.Development. 138(24):5321-31.
2010
Bialecka M, Wilson V, Deschamps J.  2010.  Cdx mutant axial progenitor cells are rescued by grafting to a wild type environment.Dev Biol. 347(1):228-34.
2009
Patani R, Compston A, Puddifoot CA, Wyllie DJA, Hardingham GE, Allen ND, Chandran S.  2009.  Activin/Nodal inhibition alone accelerates highly efficient neural conversion from human embryonic stem cells and imposes a caudal positional identity.PLoS One. 4(10):e7327.
Wilson V, Olivera-Martinez I, Storey KG.  2009.  Stem cells, signals and vertebrate body axis extension.Development. 136(10):1591-604.
2007
Cambray N, Wilson V.  2007.  Two distinct sources for a population of maturing axial progenitors.Development. 134(15):2829-40.
2006
Zamparini AL, Watts T, Gardner CE, Tomlinson SR, Johnston GI, Brickman JM.  2006.  Hex acts with beta-catenin to regulate anteroposterior patterning via a Groucho-related co-repressor and NodalDevelopment. 133(18):3709-22.
2005
Ramos-Mejía V, Escalante-Alcalde D, Kunath T, Ramírez L, Gertsenstein M, Nagy A, Lomelí H.  2005.  Phenotypic analyses of mouse embryos with ubiquitous expression of Oct4: effects on mid-hindbrain patterning and gene expression.Dev Dyn. 232(1):180-90.
2002
Roberts C, Sutherland HF, Farmer H, Kimber W, Halford S, Carey A, Brickman JM, Wynshaw-Boris A, Scambler PJ.  2002.  Targeted mutagenesis of the Hira gene results in gastrulation defects and patterning abnormalities of mesoendodermal derivatives prior to early embryonic lethality.Mol Cell Biol. 22(7):2318-28.
2000
Russ AP, Wattler S, Colledge WH, Aparicio SA, Carlton MB, Pearce JJ, Barton SC, Surani MA, Ryan K, Nehls MC et al..  2000.  Eomesodermin is required for mouse trophoblast development and mesoderm formation.Nature. 404(6773):95-9.