Shigeru Kuratani
Shigeru Kuratani
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Mouse Otx2 functions in the formation and patterning of rostral head.
I Matsuo, S Kuratani, C Kimura, N Takeda, S Aizawa
Genes & development 9 (21), 2646-2658, 1995
Defects of urogenital development in mice lacking Emx2
N Miyamoto, M Yoshida, S Kuratani, I Matsuo, S Aizawa
Development 124 (9), 1653-1664, 1997
Emx1 and Emx2 functions in development of dorsal telencephalon
M Yoshida, Y Suda, I Matsuo, N Miyamoto, N Takeda, S Kuratani, ...
Development 124 (1), 101-111, 1997
The draft genomes of soft-shell turtle and green sea turtle yield insights into the development and evolution of the turtle-specific body plan
Z Wang, J Pascual-Anaya, A Zadissa, W Li, Y Niimura, Z Huang, C Li, ...
Nature genetics 45 (6), 701-706, 2013
Timing of genome duplications relative to the origin of the vertebrates: did cyclostomes diverge before or after?
S Kuraku, A Meyer, S Kuratani
Molecular biology and evolution 26 (1), 47-59, 2009
A novel transgenic technique that allows specific marking of the neural crest cell lineage in mice
Y Yamauchi, K Abe, A Mantani, Y Hitoshi, M Suzuki, F Osuzu, S Kuratani, ...
Developmental biology 212 (1), 191-203, 1999
Pax-6 is involved in the specification of hindbrain motor neuron subtype
N Osumi, A Hirota, H Ohuchi, M Nakafuku, T Iimura, S Kuratani, ...
Development 124 (15), 2961-2972, 1997
Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals vertebrate phylotypic period during organogenesis
N Irie, S Kuratani
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-8, 2011
Evolution of the vertebral formulae in mammals: a perspective on developmental constraints
Y Narita, S Kuratani
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental …, 2005
Hagfish embryology with reference to the evolution of the neural crest
KG Ota, S Kuraku, S Kuratani
Nature 446 (7136), 672-675, 2007
Heterotopic shift of epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in vertebrate jaw evolution
Y Shigetani, F Sugahara, Y Kawakami, Y Murakami, S Hirano, S Kuratani
Science 296 (5571), 1316-1319, 2002
Identification and expression of the lamprey Pax6 gene: evolutionary origin of the segmented brain of vertebrates
Y Murakami, M Ogasawara, F Sugahara, S Hirano, N Satoh, S Kuratani
Development 128 (18), 3521-3531, 2001
Spatiotemporal expression patterns of chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter-transcription factors in the developing mouse central nervous system: evidence for a role in segmental …
Y Qiu, AJ Cooney, S Kuratani, FJ DeMayo, SY Tsai, MJ Tsai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (10), 4451-4455, 1994
Expression pattern of the Kallmann syndrome gene in the olfactory system suggests a role in neuronal targeting
EI Rugarli, B Lutz, SC Kuratani, S Wawersik, G Borsani, A Ballabio, ...
Nature genetics 4 (1), 19-26, 1993
Time scale for cyclostome evolution inferred with a phylogenetic diagnosis of hagfish and lamprey cDNA sequences
S Kuraku, S Kuratani
Zoological science 23 (12), 1053-1064, 2006
Development of cephalic neural crest cells in embryos of Lampetra japonica, with special reference to the evolution of the jaw
N Horigome, M Myojin, T Ueki, S Hirano, S Aizawa, S Kuratani
Developmental biology 207 (2), 287-308, 1999
Rhombomere transplantation repatterns the segmental organization of cranial nerves and reveals cell-autonomous expression of a homeodomain protein
SC Kuratani, G Eichele
Development 117 (1), 105-117, 1993
An eye on the head: the development and evolution of craniofacial muscles
R Sambasivan, S Kuratani, S Tajbakhsh
Development 138 (12), 2401-2415, 2011
Ectodermally derived FGF8 defines the maxillomandibular region in the early chick embryo: epithelial–mesenchymal interactions in the specification of the craniofacial …
Y Shigetani, Y Nobusada, S Kuratani
Developmental biology 228 (1), 73-85, 2000
Initial migration and distribution of the cardiac neural crest in the avian embryo: an introduction to the concept of the circumpharyngeal crest
SC Kuratani, ML Kirby
American journal of anatomy 191 (3), 215-227, 1991
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