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    Genes from zebrafish screens

    Holder, Nigel, Mcmahon, Andrew
    Nature, 12/1996, Vol.384(6609), pp.515-516 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Developmental biology

    Walbot, Virginia
    Holder, Nigel, Burgoyne, Paul
    New York : Random House
    [1987]
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    Titre: Developmental biology / Virginia Walbot, Nigel Holder ; contrib.: Paul Burgoyne ... [et al.]
    Auteur: Walbot, Virginia
    Contributeur: Holder, Nigel; Burgoyne, Paul
    Editeur: New York : Random House
    Date: [1987]
    Collation: XXX, 731 p. : ill. ; 29 cm
    Identifiant: 0394337360 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 1102846
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-1102846/html?view=FR_V1

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    Mice with half a mind

    Holder, Nigel, Maden, Malcolm
    Nature, 12/1992, Vol.360(6406), pp.708-708 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Function of the Eph-related kinase rtk1 in patterning of the zebrafish forebrain

    Xu, Qiling, Alldus, Graham, Macdonald, Rachel, Wilkinson, David G., Holder, Nigel
    Nature, 5/1996, Vol.381(6580), pp.319-322 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Zebrafish pax[b] is involved in the formation of the midbrain–hindbrain boundary

    Krauss, Stefan, Maden, Malcolm, Holder, Nigel, Wilson, Stephen W.
    Nature, 11/1992, Vol.360(6399), pp.87-89 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    MINI‐REVIEW The Eph receptor tyrosine kinases and the ephrins – roles in nervous system development

    Holder, Nigel, Cooke, Julie, Brennan, Caroline
    European Journal of Neuroscience, February 1998, Vol.10(2), pp.405-408 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Eph/Ephrin Signaling Regulates the Mesenchymal-to-Epithelial Transition of the Paraxial Mesoderm during Somite Morphogenesis

    Barrios, Arantza, Poole, Richard J, Durbin, Lindsey, Brennan, Caroline, Holder, Nigel, Wilson, Stephen W
    Current Biology, 16 September 2003, Vol.13(18), pp.1571-1582 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The zebrafish homologue of the ret receptor and its pattern of expression during embryogenesis

    Marcos-Gutiérrez, Camelia V, Wilson, Stephen W, Holder, Nigel, Pachnis, Vassilis
    Oncogene, 2/1997, Vol.14(8), pp.879-889 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Regeneration of symmetrical forelimbs in the axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum

    Holder, Nigel, Tank, Patrick W, Bryant, Susan V
    Developmental Biology, 1980, Vol.74(2), pp.302-314 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Regeneration of symmetrical forelimbs in the axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum
    Auteur: Holder, Nigel; Tank, Patrick W; Bryant, Susan V
    Sujet: Biology ; Zoology
    Description: Surgically constructed symmetrical double-anterior and double-posterior upper forelimbs of the axolotl were amputated immediately after surgery. Double-anterior limbs either failed to regenerate or formed single digits or spikes. Double-posterior limbs formed symmetrical double-posterior regenerates in 60% of the cases, thus extending the previous finding that the amount of distal transformation in surgically constructed double-half limbs is inversely proportional to the time between grafting and amputation ( Tank and Holder, 1978). When these symmetrical regenerates were amputated through the forearm region, all but one formed a symmetrical secondary regenerate. The majority of the secondary regenerates had a larger number of digits than did their corresponding primary regenerates. Reamputation of the secondary regenerates resulted in symmetrical tertiary regenerates, and the majority of these also had a larger number of digits than did their corresponding primary regenerates....
    Fait partie de: Developmental Biology, 1980, Vol.74(2), pp.302-314
    Identifiant: 0012-1606 (ISSN); 1095-564X (E-ISSN); 10.1016/0012-1606(80)90432-7 (DOI)

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    The ATPase-dependent chaperoning activity of Hsp90a regulates thick filament formation and integration during skeletal muscle myofibrillogenesis

    Hawkins, Thomas A, Haramis, Anna-Pavlina, Etard, Christelle, Prodromou, Chrisostomos, Vaughan, Cara K, Ashworth, Rachel, Ray, Saikat, Behra, Martine, Holder, Nigel, Talbot, William S, Pearl, Laurence H, Strähle, Uwe, Wilson, Stephen W
    Development (Cambridge, England), March 2008, Vol.135(6), pp.1147-56 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The ATPase-dependent chaperoning activity of Hsp90a regulates thick filament formation and integration during skeletal muscle myofibrillogenesis
    Auteur: Hawkins, Thomas A; Haramis, Anna-Pavlina; Etard, Christelle; Prodromou, Chrisostomos; Vaughan, Cara K; Ashworth, Rachel; Ray, Saikat; Behra, Martine; Holder, Nigel; Talbot, William S; Pearl, Laurence H; Strähle, Uwe; Wilson, Stephen W
    Sujet: Adenosine Triphosphatases -- Metabolism ; Hsp90 Heat-Shock Proteins -- Metabolism ; Muscle Development -- Physiology ; Muscle, Skeletal -- Growth & Development ; Zebrafish Proteins -- Metabolism
    Description: The mechanisms that regulate sarcomere assembly during myofibril formation are poorly understood. In this study, we characterise the zebrafish sloth(u45) mutant, in which the initial steps in sarcomere assembly take place, but thick filaments are absent and filamentous I-Z-I brushes fail to align or adopt correct spacing. The mutation only affects skeletal muscle and mutant embryos show no other obvious phenotypes. Surprisingly, we find that the phenotype is due to mutation in one copy of a tandemly duplicated hsp90a gene. The mutation disrupts the chaperoning function of Hsp90a through interference with ATPase activity. Despite being located only 2 kb from hsp90a, hsp90a2 has no obvious role in sarcomere assembly. Loss of Hsp90a function leads to the downregulation of genes encoding sarcomeric proteins and upregulation of hsp90a and several other genes encoding proteins that may act with Hsp90a during sarcomere assembly. Our studies reveal a surprisingly specific developmental role for...
    Fait partie de: Development (Cambridge, England), March 2008, Vol.135(6), pp.1147-56
    Identifiant: 0950-1991 (ISSN); 18256191 Version (PMID); 10.1242/dev.018150 (DOI)