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Terry P. Yamaguchi, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Dunty WC, Kennedy MW, Chalamalasetty RB, Campbell K, Yamaguchi TP.
Transcriptional profiling of Wnt3a mutants identifies Sp transcription factors as essential effectors of the Wnt/b-catenin pathway in neuromesodermal stem cells.
PLoS ONE. 9: e87018, 2014.
2)  Biris KK, Yamaguchi TP.
Two-color in situ hybridization of whole-mount mouse embryos.
Methods Mol. Biol. 1092: 17-30, 2014.
3)  Garriock RJ, Mikawa T, Yamaguchi TP.
Isolation and culture of mouse proepicardium using serum-free conditions.
Methods. 66: 365-9, 2014.
4)  Miyoshi H, Ajima R, Luo CT, Yamaguchi TP, Stappenbeck TS.
Wnt5a potentiates TGF-beta signaling to promote colonic crypt regeneration after tissue injury.
Science. 338: 108-13, 2012.
5)  Chalamalasetty RB, Dunty WC, Biris KK, Ajima R, Iacovino M, Beisaw A, Feigenbaum L, Chapman DL, Yoon JK, Kyba M, Yamaguchi TP.
The Wnt3a/beta-catenin target gene Mesogenin1 controls the segmentation clock by activating a Notch signalling program.
Nat Commun. 2: 390, 2011.
6)  Stefater JA, Lewkowich I, Rao S, Mariggi G, Carpenter AC, Burr AR, Fan J, Ajima R, Molkentin JD, Williams BO, Wills-Karp M, Pollard JW, Yamaguchi T, Ferrara N, Gerhardt H, Lang RA.
Regulation of angiogenesis by a non-canonical Wnt-Flt1 pathway in myeloid cells.
Nature. 474: 511-5, 2011.
7)  Goss AM, Tian Y, Tsukiyama T, Cohen ED, Zhou D, Lu MM, Yamaguchi TP, Morrisey EE.
Wnt2/2b and beta-catenin signaling are necessary and sufficient to specify lung progenitors in the foregut.
Dev. Cell. 17: 290-8, 2009.
8)  Dunty WC, Biris KK, Chalamalasetty RB, Taketo MM, Lewandoski M, Yamaguchi TP.
Wnt3a/beta-catenin signaling controls posterior body development by coordinating mesoderm formation and segmentation.
Development. 135: 85-94, 2008.
9)  Nakaya M, Biris K, Tsukiyama T, Jaime S, Rawls JA, Yamaguchi TP.
Wnt3a links left-right determination with segmentation and anteroposterior axis elongation.
Development. 132: 5425-36, 2005.
10)  Yamaguchi TP, Takada S, Yoshikawa Y, Wu N, McMahon AP.
T (Brachyury) is a direct target of Wnt3a during paraxial mesoderm specification.
Genes Dev. 13: 3185-90, 1999.
11)  Cha J, Bartos A, Park C, Sun X, Li Y, Cha SW, Ajima R, Ho HY, Yamaguchi TP, Dey SK.
Appropriate Crypt Formation in the Uterus for Embryo Homing and Implantation Requires Wnt5a-ROR Signaling.
Cell Rep. 8: 382-92, 2014.
12)  Yun K, Ajima R, Sharma N, Costantini F, Mackem S, Lewandoski M, Yamaguchi TP, Perantoni AO.
Non-canonical Wnt5a/Ror2 signaling regulates kidney morphogenesis by controlling intermediate mesoderm extension.
Hum. Mol. Genet. 2014.
13)  Nandy K, Kim J, McCullough DP, McAuliffe M, Meaburn KJ, Yamaguchi TP, Gudla PR, Lockett SJ.
Segmentation and quantitative analysis of individual cells in developmental tissues.
Methods Mol. Biol. 1092: 235-53, 2014.
14)  Satoh M, Nagasu H, Morita Y, Yamaguchi TP, Kanwar YS, Kashihara N.
Klotho protects against mouse renal fibrosis by inhibiting Wnt signaling.
Am. J. Physiol. Renal Physiol. 2012.
15)  Tsukiyama T, Yamaguchi TP.
Mice lacking Wnt2b are viable and display a postnatal olfactory bulb phenotype.
Neurosci. Lett. 512: 48-52, 2012.
16)  Sugiyama N, Tsukiyama T, Yamaguchi TP, Yokoyama T.
The canonical Wnt signaling pathway is not involved in renal cyst development in the kidneys of inv mutant mice.
Kidney Int. 79: 957-65, 2011.
17)  Tanigawa S, Wang H, Yang Y, Sharma N, Tarasova N, Ajima R, Yamaguchi TP, Rodriguez LG, Perantoni AO.
Wnt4 induces nephronic tubules in metanephric mesenchyme by a non-canonical mechanism.
Dev. Biol. 352: 58-69, 2011.
18)  Andersson ER, Bryjova L, Biris K, Yamaguchi TP, Arenas E, Bryja V.
Genetic interaction between Lrp6 and Wnt5a during mouse development.
Dev. Dyn. 239: 237-45, 2010.
19)  Ryazanova LV, Rondon LJ, Zierler S, Hu Z, Galli J, Yamaguchi TP, Mazur A, Fleig A, Ryazanov AG.
TRPM7 is essential for Mg(2+) homeostasis in mammals.
Nat Commun. 1: 109, 2010.
20)  Lindqvist M, Horn Z, Bryja V, Schulte G, Papachristou P, Ajima R, Dyberg C, Arenas E, Yamaguchi TP, Lagercrantz H, Ringstedt T.
Vang-like protein 2 and Rac1 interact to regulate adherens junctions.
J. Cell. Sci. 123: 472-83, 2010.
21)  Suzuki K, Yamaguchi Y, Villacorte M, Mihara K, Akiyama M, Shimizu H, Taketo MM, Nakagata N, Tsukiyama T, Yamaguchi TP, Birchmeier W, Kato S, Yamada G.
Embryonic hair follicle fate change by augmented beta-catenin through Shh and Bmp signaling.
Development. 136: 367-72, 2009.
22)  Seifert AW, Yamaguchi T, Cohn MJ.
Functional and phylogenetic analysis shows that Fgf8 is a marker of genital induction in mammals but is not required for external genital development.
Development. 136: 2643-51, 2009.
23)  Hasumi Y, Baba M, Ajima R, Hasumi H, Valera VA, Klein ME, Haines DC, Merino MJ, Hong SB, Yamaguchi TP, Schmidt LS, Linehan WM.
Homozygous loss of BHD causes early embryonic lethality and kidney tumor development with activation of mTORC1 and mTORC2.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 106: 18722-7, 2009.
24)  Bryja V, Andersson ER, Schambony A, Esner M, Bryjová L, Biris KK, Hall AC, Kraft B, Cajanek L, Yamaguchi TP, Buckingham M, Arenas E.
The extracellular domain of Lrp5/6 inhibits noncanonical Wnt signaling in vivo.
Mol. Biol. Cell. 20: 924-36, 2009.
25)  Huang L, Pu Y, Hu WY, Birch L, Luccio-Camelo D, Yamaguchi T, Prins GS.
The role of Wnt5a in prostate gland development.
Dev. Biol. 328: 188-99, 2009.
26)  Cervantes S, Yamaguchi TP, Hebrok M.
Wnt5a is essential for intestinal elongation in mice.
Dev. Biol. 326: 285-94, 2009.
27)  Landry J, Sharov AA, Piao Y, Sharova LV, Xiao H, Southon E, Matta J, Tessarollo L, Zhang YE, Ko MS, Kuehn MR, Yamaguchi TP, Wu C.
Essential role of chromatin remodeling protein Bptf in early mouse embryos and embryonic stem cells.
PLoS Genet. 4: e1000241, 2008.
28)  Yamaguchi TP.
Genetics of Wnt signaling during early mammalian development.
Methods Mol. Biol. 468: 287-305, 2008.
29)  Joesting MS, Cheever TR, Volzing KG, Yamaguchi TP, Wolf V, Naf D, Rubin JS, Marker PC.
Secreted frizzled related protein 1 is a paracrine modulator of epithelial branching morphogenesis, proliferation, and secretory gene expression in the prostate.
Dev. Biol. 317: 161-73, 2008.
30)  McCullough DP, Gudla PR, Harris BS, Collins JA, Meaburn KJ, Nakaya MA, Yamaguchi TP, Misteli T, Lockett SJ.
Segmentation of whole cells and cell nuclei from 3-d optical microscope images using dynamic programming.
IEEE Trans Med Imaging. 27: 723-34, 2008.
31)  Andersson ER, Prakash N, Cajanek L, Minina E, Bryja V, Bryjova L, Yamaguchi TP, Hall AC, Wurst W, Arenas E.
Wnt5a regulates ventral midbrain morphogenesis and the development of A9-A10 dopaminergic cells in vivo.
PLoS ONE. 3: e3517, 2008.
32)  Biris KK, Dunty WC, Yamaguchi TP.
Mouse Ripply2 is downstream of Wnt3a and is dynamically expressed during somitogenesis.
Dev. Dyn. 236: 3167-72, 2007.
33)  Song N, Schwab KR, Patterson LT, Yamaguchi T, Lin X, Potter SS, Lang RA.
pygopus 2 has a crucial, Wnt pathway-independent function in lens induction.
Development. 134: 1873-85, 2007.
34)  Baggett D, Nakaya MA, McAuliffe M, Yamaguchi TP, Lockett S.
Whole cell segmentation in solid tissue sections.
Cytometry A. 67A: 137-143, 2005.
35)  Chu EY, Hens J, Andl T, Kairo A, Yamaguchi TP, Brisken C, Glick A, Wysolmerski JJ, Millar SE.
Canonical WNT signaling promotes mammary placode development and is essential for initiation of mammary gland morphogenesis.
Development. 131: 4819-29, 2004.
36)  Warming S, Suzuki T, Yamaguchi TP, Jenkins NA, Copeland NG.
Early B-cell factor-associated zinc-finger gene is a frequent target of retroviral integration in murine B-cell lymphomas.
Oncogene. 23: 2727-31, 2004.
37)  Nakaya MA, Habas R, Biris K, Dunty WC, Kato Y, He X, Yamaguchi TP.
Identification and comparative expression analyses of Daam genes in mouse and Xenopus.
Gene Expr. Patterns. 5: 97-105, 2004.
38)  Stump RJ, Ang S, Chen Y, von Bahr T, Lovicu FJ, Pinson K, de Iongh RU, Yamaguchi TP, Sassoon DA, McAvoy JW.
A role for Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in lens epithelial differentiation.
Dev Biol. 259: 48-61, 2003.
39)  Yamaguchi TP.
Heads or tails: Wnts and anterior-posterior patterning.
Curr Biol. 11: R713-24, 2001.
40)  Yamaguchi TP, Bradley A, McMahon AP, Jones S.
A Wnt5a pathway underlies outgrowth of multiple structures in the vertebrate embryo.
Development. 126: 1211-23, 1999.
41)  Ciruna BG, Schwartz L, Harpal K, Yamaguchi TP, Rossant J.
Chimeric analysis of fibroblast growth factor receptor-1 (Fgfr1) function: A role for FGFR1 in morphogenetic movement through the primitive streak.
Development. 124: 2829-41, 1997.
42)  Yamaguchi TP.
New insights into segmentation and patterning during vertebrate somitogenesis.
Curr Opin Genet Dev. 7: 513-8, 1997.
43)  Shalaby F, Rossant J, Yamaguchi TP, Gertsenstein M, Wu XF, Breitman ML, Schuh AC.
Failure of blood-island formation and vasculogenesis in Flk-1-deficient mice.
Nature. 376: 62-6, 1995.
44)  Yamaguchi TP, Rossant J.
Fibroblast growth factors in mammalian development.
Curr Opin Genet Dev. 5: 485-91, 1995.
45)  Yamaguchi TP, Harpal K, Henkemeyer M, Rossant J.
fgfr-1 is required for embryonic growth and mesodermal patterning during mouse gastrulation.
Genes Dev. 8: 3032-44, 1994.
46)  Yamaguchi TP, Dumont DJ, Conlon RA, Breitman ML, Rossant J.
flk-1, an flt-related receptor tyrosine kinase is an early marker for endothelial cell precursors.
Development. 118: 489-98, 1993.
47)  Reaume AG, Conlon RA, Zirngibl R, Yamaguchi TP, Rossant J.
Expression analysis of a Notch homologue in the mouse embryo.
Dev Biol. 154: 377-87, 1992.
48)  Yamaguchi TP, Conlon RA, Rossant J.
Expression of the fibroblast growth factor receptor FGFR-1/flg during gastrulation and segmentation in the mouse embryo.
Dev Biol. 152: 75-88, 1992.
49)  Dumont DJ, Yamaguchi TP, Conlon RA, Rossant J, Breitman ML.
tek, a novel tyrosine kinase gene located on mouse chromosome 4, is expressed in endothelial cells and their presumptive precursors.
Oncogene. 7: 1471-80, 1992.
50)  Kelvin DJ, Yamaguchi TP, Simard G, Tai HH, Sue-A-Quan AI, Sue-A-Quan GT, Connolly JA.
A model for the modulation of muscle cell determination and differentiation by growth factors.
Biochem Cell Biol. 67: 575-80, 1989.
51)  Kelvin DJ, Simard G, Tai HH, Yamaguchi TP, Connolly JA.
Growth factors, signaling pathways, and the regulation of proliferation and differentiation in BC3H1 muscle cells. I. A pertussis toxin-sensitive pathway is involved.
J Cell Biol. 108: 159-67, 1989.
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