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Genes and Development, ISSN 0890-9369, 03/1998, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp. 844 - 857
ActRIB is a type I transmembrane serine/threonine kinase receptor that has been shown to form heteromeric complexes with the type II activin receptors to... 
Gastrulation | Gene targeting | Serine/threonine kinase receptor | Activin | Mesoderm induction | VENTRALIZING FACTOR | TGF-BETA | activin | TARGETED MUTATION | gene targeting | DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY | serine/threonine kinase receptor | mesoderm induction | PRIMITIVE STREAK | GROWTH-FACTOR-BETA | EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS | GENETICS & HEREDITY | BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-4 | THREONINE KINASE RECEPTORS | TRUNCATED ACTIVIN | gastrulation | INDUCE AXIAL MESODERM | Activin Receptors, Type I | Transgenes - physiology | Humans | Genes - genetics | Blastocyst - physiology | Mesoderm - cytology | Embryo, Mammalian - chemistry | Embryo, Mammalian - metabolism | Mutation - physiology | Mutagenesis, Site-Directed - genetics | Mutagenesis, Site-Directed - physiology | Mice, Mutant Strains | Female | Embryonic Induction - genetics | Cell Line | Gene Expression | Gastrula - chemistry | Mice, Inbred C57BL | Transgenes - genetics | Blastocyst - chemistry | Genes, Lethal - physiology | Mesoderm - chemistry | Blastocyst - cytology | Embryonic Induction - physiology | Gastrula - cytology | Recombinant Proteins - genetics | Embryonic Development | Mutation - genetics | Gastrula - physiology | Pregnancy | Receptors, Growth Factor - physiology | Animals | Embryo, Mammalian - cytology | Genes, Lethal - genetics | Stem Cells - physiology | Mesoderm - metabolism | Mice | Abnormalities | Mesoderm | Genetic aspects | Regulation | Cell membranes | Research | Genetic transcription | Gene expression | Molecular biology | Methods | serine | Research Paper | threonine kinase receptor
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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 8/1997, Volume 94, Issue 16, pp. 8596 - 8601
The transforming growth factor β superfamily member, activin, is able to induce mesodermal tissues in animal cap explants from Xenopus laevis blastula stage... 
Molecules | Ectoderm | Animals | Neurons | Developmental biology | Genes | Mesoderm | Cell aggregates | Antibodies | Embryos | AMPHIBIAN DEVELOPMENT | XENOPUS-LAEVIS | SPEMANNS ORGANIZER | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS | K RO MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM | AXIS FORMATION | INDUCTION | TRUNCATED ACTIVIN | EXPRESSION | EMBRYOS | Nerve tissue | Transforming growth factors | Analysis
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MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT, ISSN 0925-4773, 08/2003, Volume 120, Issue 8, pp. 955 - 964
Multiple signaling pathways are involved in the induction of the organizer, a major center controlling vertebrate body plan formation. To study these signals,... 
Xenopus | EARLY EXPRESSION | Spemann organizer | enhancer | activin | DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY | nodal | BETA-CATENIN | DORSOVENTRAL AXIS | NODAL-RELATED SIGNALS | Smad2 | EARLY XENOPUS-EMBRYOS | Zic3 | SPEMANNS ORGANIZER | TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL | promoter | ANTEROPOSTERIOR PATTERN | Wnt | TRUNCATED ACTIVIN | INDUCE AXIAL MESODERM
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Development, ISSN 0950-1991, 07/1999, Volume 126, Issue 14, pp. 3067 - 3078
The endoderm forms the gut and associated organs, and develops from a layer of cells which emerges during gastrula stages in the vertebrate embryo. In... 
Heart | Nodal | Cyclops | GATA transcription factors | Gut development | No tail | Squint | TGF-β | Activin | GATA-5 | AXIAL MESODERM | EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT | activin | TRANSCRIPTION | DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY | nodal | heart | DEVELOPING HEART | NODAL-RELATED SIGNALS | XENOPUS-LAEVIS | TGF-beta | FATE MAP | PROSPECTIVE AREAS | gut development | squint | cyclops | TRUNCATED ACTIVIN | EXPRESSION | no tail | Oligopeptides | Endoderm - physiology | Tail - cytology | Heart - embryology | Peptides - genetics | Molecular Sequence Data | Activins | Fetal Proteins - metabolism | Blastoderm - metabolism | Zebrafish - embryology | DNA-Binding Proteins - metabolism | Fibroblast Growth Factors - metabolism | Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental | Base Sequence | GATA5 Transcription Factor | Gastrula | Myocardium - metabolism | Cloning, Molecular | Polymerase Chain Reaction | Amino Acid Sequence | Signal Transduction | Tail - embryology | Digestive System - metabolism | Zebrafish Proteins | Embryonic Induction - physiology | Digestive System - embryology | Transcription Factors - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Germ Cells - physiology | Zebrafish - genetics | Myocardium - cytology | Sequence Homology, Amino Acid | Transcription Factors - metabolism | Animals | Fetal Proteins - genetics | Inhibins - genetics | Mesoderm - metabolism | Tail - metabolism | T-Box Domain Proteins | Transforming Growth Factor beta - metabolism
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Development, Growth & Differentiation, ISSN 0012-1592, 04/1999, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 119 - 133
Members of the transforming growth factor‐β (TGF‐β) superfamily are thought to regulate specification of a variety of tissue types in early embryogenesis.... 
activin type II receptor | zebrafish | activin | bone morphogenetic protein | mesoderm induction | Zebrafish | Bone morphogenetic protein | Activin | Activin type II receptor | Mesoderm induction | AXIAL MESODERM | MESODERM-INDUCING ACT