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Twist homolog 1

XTwist, Xtwi
Top mentioned proteins: CAN, TUBE, Slug, CAPS, Noggin
Papers on XTwist
A Myc-Slug (Snail2)/Twist regulatory circuit directs vascular development.
King et al., Memphis, United States. In Development, 2008
Myc is required for normal expression of Slug/Snail2 and Twist, and either XSlug/Snail2 or XTwist could compensate for defects manifest by Xc-Myc knockdown.
Overexpression of the transcriptional repressor FoxD3 prevents neural crest formation in Xenopus embryos.
Knöchel et al., Ulm, Germany. In Mech Dev, 2001
Phenotypic variation is accompanied by down-regulation of neural crest markers, including Xslug, Xtwist and Xcadherin-11.
Relationship between gene expression domains of Xsnail, Xslug, and Xtwist and cell movement in the prospective neural crest of Xenopus.
Mayor et al., Santiago, Chile. In Dev Biol, 2000
The markers Xslug, Xsnail, and Xtwist all are expressed in the presumptive neural folds and are thought to delineate the presumptive neural crest.
Inhibition of neural crest migration in Xenopus using antisense slug RNA.
Klymkowsky et al., Boulder, United States. In Dev Biol, 1999
Injection of Slug antisense RNA did not suppress the early expression of the related gene XSnail, but led to reduced expression of both XSlug and XSnail in later stage embryos, whereas the expression of another neural crest marker, XTwist, was not affected.
X-twi is expressed prior to gastrulation in presumptive neurectodermal and mesodermal cells in dorsalized and ventralized Xenopus laevis embryos.
Remy et al., Strasbourg, France. In Int J Dev Biol, 1998
Early X-twi expression has been now investigated from egg laying to the early neurulation stages in Xenopus embryos, using both in situ hydridization and the more sensitive techniques of RT-PCR.
Neural crest induction by Xwnt7B in Xenopus.
Hemmati-Brivanlou et al., New York City, United States. In Dev Biol, 1998
Xwnt7B induces neural crest markers Xslug and Xtwist in ectodermal explants coinjected with neural inducer noggin and in ectodermal cells neuralized by dissociation.
tinman, a Drosophila homeobox gene required for heart and visceral mesoderm specification, may be represented by a family of genes in vertebrates: XNkx-2.3, a second vertebrate homologue of tinman.
Papalopulu et al., San Diego, United States. In Development, 1995
As the helix-loop-helix factor Twist is thought to regulate tinman expression in Drosophila, we have compared the expression of XNkx-2.3 and Xtwist during embryonic development in Xenopus.
v-erbA and citral reduce the teratogenic effects of all-trans retinoic acid and retinol, respectively, in Xenopus embryogenesis.
Kimelman et al., Seattle, United States. In Development, 1993
In accord with this proposal, it was found that the expression patterns of two early markers of cranial neural crest cells, Xtwi and XAP-2, were altered in embryos injected with v-erbA mRNA.
Expression of Xenopus snail in mesoderm and prospective neural fold ectoderm.
Sargent et al., London, United Kingdom. In Dev Dyn, 1993
Relationships between Xbra, Xtwi, and Xsna expression are examined.
The M-twist gene of Mus is expressed in subsets of mesodermal cells and is closely related to the Xenopus X-twi and the Drosophila twist genes.
Perrin-Schmitt et al., Strasbourg, France. In Dev Biol, 1991
The twist gene was characterized in Drosophila as being necessary at gastrulation for the establishment of the mesodermal germ layer.
Gene activation in the amphibian mesoderm.
Gurdon et al., Cambridge, United Kingdom. In Dev Suppl, 1990
The other mRNA is a relative of the twist gene of Drosophila, which is required for mesodermal differentiation in flies.
A Xenopus mRNA related to Drosophila twist is expressed in response to induction in the mesoderm and the neural crest.
Impact
Gurdon et al., Cambridge, United Kingdom. In Cell, 1990
We have cloned a Xenopus cDNA related to the twist gene, which is required for mesodermal differentiation in Drosophila.
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