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Characterizing the zebrafish organizer: microsurgical analysis at the early-shield stage.
Shih J, Fraser SE. Shih J, et al. Development. 1996 Apr;122(4):1313-22. Development. 1996. PMID: 8620858
In a recent study, we fate mapped many of the cells in the region of the forming embryonic shield, and found that neural and mesodermal progenitors are intermingled (Shih, J. and Fraser, S.E. (1995) Development 121, 2755-2765), in contrast to the coherent region of …
In a recent study, we fate mapped many of the cells in the region of the forming embryonic shield, and found that neural and mesodermal prog …
Patterns of cell motility in the organizer and dorsal mesoderm of Xenopus laevis.
Shih J, Keller R. Shih J, et al. Development. 1992 Dec;116(4):915-30. Development. 1992. PMID: 1295744
In a companion paper (Shih, J. and Keller, R. (1992) Development 116, 901-914), we described a sequence of cell behaviors, called mediolateral intercalation behavior (MIB), that produces mediolateral cell intercalation, the process that drives convergence and extens …
In a companion paper (Shih, J. and Keller, R. (1992) Development 116, 901-914), we described a sequence of cell behaviors, cal …
The epithelium of the dorsal marginal zone of Xenopus has organizer properties.
Shih J, Keller R. Shih J, et al. Development. 1992 Dec;116(4):887-99. Development. 1992. PMID: 1295742
These results suggest that in normal development, the endodermal epithelium may influence some aspects of the cell motility underlying the mediolateral intercalation (see Shih, J. and Keller, R. (1992) Development 116, 901-914), as well as the tissue differentiation …
These results suggest that in normal development, the endodermal epithelium may influence some aspects of the cell motility underlying the m …
Cell motility driving mediolateral intercalation in explants of Xenopus laevis.
Shih J, Keller R. Shih J, et al. Development. 1992 Dec;116(4):901-14. Development. 1992. PMID: 1295743
A companion paper shows that the endodermal epithelium organizes the outermost mesodermal cells immediately beneath it to undergo convergence and extension, and other evidence suggests that these deep cells are the most active participants in mediolateral intercalation (Shih
A companion paper shows that the endodermal epithelium organizes the outermost mesodermal cells immediately beneath it to undergo convergenc …
Fluorescently detectable magnetic resonance imaging agents.
Hüber MM, Staubli AB, Kustedjo K, Gray MH, Shih J, Fraser SE, Jacobs RE, Meade TJ. Hüber MM, et al. Among authors: shih j. Bioconjug Chem. 1998 Mar-Apr;9(2):242-9. doi: 10.1021/bc970153k. Bioconjug Chem. 1998. PMID: 9548540
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