Enrique Amaya
Enrique Amaya
Professor of Tissue Regeneration, University of Manchester
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Expression of a dominant negative mutant of the FGF receptor disrupts mesoderm formation in Xenopus embryos
E Amaya, TJ Musci, MW Kirschner
Cell 66 (2), 257-270, 1991
Transgenic Xenopus embryos from sperm nuclear transplantations reveal FGF signaling requirements during gastrulation
KL Kroll, E Amaya
Development 122 (10), 3173-3183, 1996
The genome of the Western clawed frog Xenopus tropicalis
U Hellsten, RM Harland, MJ Gilchrist, D Hendrix, J Jurka, V Kapitonov, ...
Science 328 (5978), 633-636, 2010
Amputation-induced reactive oxygen species are required for successful Xenopus tadpole tail regeneration
NR Love, Y Chen, S Ishibashi, P Kritsiligkou, R Lea, Y Koh, JL Gallop, ...
Nature cell biology 15 (2), 222-228, 2013
FGF signalling in the early specification of mesoderm in Xenopus
E Amaya, PA Stein, TJ Musci, MW Kirschner
Development 118 (2), 477-487, 1993
FGF signalling: diverse roles during early vertebrate embryogenesis
K Dorey, E Amaya
Development (Cambridge, England) 137 (22), 3731, 2010
Techniques and probes for the study of Xenopus tropicalis development
MK Khokha, C Chung, EL Bustamante, LWK Gaw, KA Trott, J Yeh, N Lim, ...
Developmental dynamics: an official publication of the American Association …, 2002
Analysis of vertebrate SCL loci identifies conserved enhancers
B Göttgens, LM Barton, JGR Gilbert, AJ Bench, MJ Sanchez, S Bahn, ...
Nature biotechnology 18 (2), 181-186, 2000
Local tissue interactions across the dorsal midline of the forebrain establish CNS laterality
ML Concha, C Russell, JC Regan, M Tawk, S Sidi, DT Gilmour, ...
Neuron 39 (3), 423-438, 2003
A method for generating transgenic frog embryos
E Amaya, KL Kroll
Molecular Embryology: Methods and Protocols, 393-414, 1999
Frog genetics: Xenopus tropicalis jumps into the future
E Amaya, MF Offield, RM Grainger
Trends in Genetics 14 (7), 253-255, 1998
Inhibition of FGF receptor activity in retinal ganglion cell axons causes errors in target recognition
S McFarlane, E Cornel, E Amaya, CE Holt
Neuron 17 (2), 245-254, 1996
Xenopus Sprouty2 inhibits FGF-mediated gastrulation movements but does not affect mesoderm induction and patterning
SL Nutt, KS Dingwell, CE Holt, E Amaya
Genes & development 15 (9), 1152-1166, 2001
Regulation of the fibroblast growth factor receptor in early Xenopus embryos.
TJ Musci, E Amaya, MW Kirschner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 87 (21), 8365-8369, 1990
FGF signal interpretation is directed by Sprouty and Spred proteins during mesoderm formation
JM Sivak, LF Petersen, E Amaya
Developmental cell 8 (5), 689-701, 2005
Defining a large set of full-length clones from a Xenopus tropicalis EST project
MJ Gilchrist, AM Zorn, J Voigt, JC Smith, N Papalopulu, E Amaya
Developmental biology 271 (2), 498-516, 2004
Targeted gene expression in transgenic Xenopus using the binary Gal4-UAS system
KO Hartley, SL Nutt, E Amaya
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (3), 1377-1382, 2002
A gene trap approach in Xenopus
OJ Bronchain, KO Hartley, E Amaya
Current biology 9 (20), S1, 1999
Ca2+-induced mitochondrial ROS regulate the early embryonic cell cycle
Y Han, S Ishibashi, J Iglesias-Gonzalez, Y Chen, NR Love, E Amaya
Cell reports 22 (1), 218-231, 2018
Comparison of morpholino based translational inhibition during the development of Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis
SL Nutt, OJ Bronchain, KO Hartley, E Amaya
genesis 30 (3), 110-113, 2001
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