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Logan Group

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  • A combination of activation and repression by a colinear Hox code controls forelimb-restricted expression of Tbx5 and reveals Hox protein specificity. Nishimoto S, Minguillon C, Wood S, Logan MP (2014 Mar) PLoS Genet. 20;10(3):e1004245. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004245. eCollection 2014 Mar. PMID:24651482
  • Tbx4 and Tbx5 acting in connective tissue are required for limb muscle and tendon patterning.Hasson, P; DeLaurier, A; Bennett, M; Grigorieva, E; Naiche, LA; Papaioannou, VE; Mohun, TJ and Logan, MPO (2010) Developmental Cell 18, 148-156 PubMed abstract
  • Tbx4/5 gene duplication and the origin of vertebrate paired appendages. Minguillon, C; Gibson-Brown, JJ and Logan, MP (2009) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106, 21726-21730 PubMed abstract
  • The Mouse Limb Anatomy Atlas: An interactive 3D tool for studying embryonic limb patterning. DeLaurier, A; Burton, N; Bennett, M; Baldock, R; Davidson, D; Mohun, TJ and Logan, MPO (2008) BMC Developmental Biology 8, 83 PubMed abstract
  • Tbx5 is dispensable for forelimb outgrowth.Hasson, P; Del Buono, J and Logan, MPO (2007) Development 134, 85-92 PubMed abstract
  • sall4 acts downstream of tbx5 and is required for pectoral fin outgrowth. Harvey, SA and Logan, MPO (2006) Development 133, 1165-1173 PubMed abstract
  • Tbx5 and Tbx4 are not sufficient to determine limb-specific morphologies but have common roles in initiating limb outgrowth. Minguillon, C; Del Buono, J and Logan, MP (2005) Developmental Cell 8, 75-84 PubMed abstract
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