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  • Reijntjes S, Francis-West P, Mankoo BS (2009) Retinoic acid is both necessary for and inhibits myogenic commitment and differentiation in the chick limb. Int. J. Dev. Biol. In press
  • Plachez C, Andrews W, Liapi A, Knoell B, Drescher U, Mankoo B, Zhe L, Mambetisaeva E, Annan A, Bannister L, Parnavelas J, Richards L, and Sundaresan V (2008) Robos are required for the correct targeting of retinal ganglion cell axons in the visual pathway of the brain. Mol. Cell. Neurosciences. 37:719-30.
  • Reijntjes S, Stricker S, Mankoo BS (2007) A comparative analysis of Meox1 and Meox2 in the developing somites and limbs of the chick embryo. Int, J. Dev.Biol. 51:753-9.
  • Kapoor T, Mankoo B. (2006) Understanding how muscle pattern is determined in the developing limb bud. J. Anat. 209: 572-572
  • Jukkola T, Trokovic R, Maj P, Lamberg A, Mankoo B, Pachnis V, Savilahti H and Partanen J (2005) Meox1Cre - a mouse line expressing Cre recombinase in somitic mesoderm. Genesis 43:148-53
  • Rodrigo I, Bovolenta P, Mankoo BS, Imai K (2004) Meox homeodomain proteins are required for Bapx1 expression in the sclerotome and activate its transcription by direct binding to its promoter. Mol Cell Biol. 24:2757-66.
  • Mankoo BS, Skuntz S, Harrigan I, Grigorieva E, Candia A, Wright CV, Arnheiter H, Pachnis V (2003)The concerted action of Meox homeobox genes is required upstream of genetic pathways essential for the formation, patterning and differentiation of somites.. Development. 130:4655-64.
  • Rallis C, Stamataki D, Pontikakis S, Mankoo BS, Karagogeos D. (2001) Isolation of the avian homologue of the homeobox gene Mox2 and analysis of its expression pattern in developing somites and limbs. Mech Dev.104:121-4.
  • Stamataki D, Kastrinaki M, Mankoo BS, Pachnis V, Karagogeos D. (2001) Homeodomain proteins Mox1 and Mox2 associate with Pax1 and Pax3 transcription factors. FEBS Lett. 499:274-8.
  • de Graaff E, Srinivas S, Kilkenny C, D'Agati V, Mankoo BS, Costantini F, Pachnis V. (2001) Differential activities of the RET tyrosine kinase receptor isoforms during mammalian embryogenesis. Genes Dev. 15:2433-44.
  • Mankoo,B.S., Collins,N.S., Ashby,P., Grigorieva,E., Pevny,L.H., Candia,A., Wright,C., Rigby,P. and Pachnis,V. (1999) Mox2 is a component of the genetic hierarchy controlling limb muscle development. Nature. 400:69-73.
  • Grigoriou,M., Kastrinaki,M.C., Modi,W.S., Theodorakis,K., Mankoo,B., Pachnis,V. and Karagogeos,D. (1995) Isolation of the human MOX2 homeobox gene and localisation to chromosome 7p22.1-p21.3. Genomics. 26: 550-555.
  • Pachnis,V., Durbec,P., Larsson-Blomberg,L., Mankoo,B., Schuchardt,A., D'Agati,V. and Costantini,F. (1995) in Molecular Genetics of Cancer. pp223-242. ed. Cowell,J.K. Bios. Oxford. Knockout mice for the RET oncogene.
  • Pachnis,V., Mankoo,B.S. and Costantini,F. (1993) Expression of the c-ret proto-oncogene during mouse embryogenesis. Development. 119: 1005-1017.
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