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Terry P. Yamaguchi, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Garriock RJ, Mikawa T, Yamaguchi TP.
Isolation and culture of mouse proepicardium using serum-free conditions.
Methods. 2013.
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2)  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.
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3)  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.
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4)  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.
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5)  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.
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6)  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.
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7)  Tsukiyama T, Yamaguchi TP.
Mice lacking Wnt2b are viable and display a postnatal olfactory bulb phenotype.
Neurosci. Lett. 512: 48-52, 2012.
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8)  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.
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9)  Yamaguchi TP.
Genetics of Wnt signaling during early mammalian development.
Methods Mol. Biol. 468: 287-305, 2008.
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10)  Cervantes S, Yamaguchi TP, Hebrok M.
Wnt5a is essential for intestinal elongation in mice.
Dev. Biol. 326: 285-94, 2009.
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This page was last updated on 9/4/2013.