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Physio - Martin Lab

Houston, Texas

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Publications

  1. Hinkley, C., Martin, J., Leibham, D., and Perry, M. (1991) Distinct members of the POU family of DNA binding proteins are sequentially expressed during Xenopus embryogenesis. Mol. Cell. Biol. 12, 638-649.
  2. Schwarz, J.J., Chakraborty, T., Martin, J., Zhou, J., and Olson, E.N. (1992) The basic region of myogenin cooperates with two transcription activation domains to induce muscle-specific transcription. Mol. Cell. Biol. 12, 266-275.
  3. Martin, J.F., Li, L., and Olson, E.N. (1992) Repression of myogenin function by TGF-b1 is targeted at the basic helix-loop-helix motif and is independent of E2A products. J. Biol. Chem. 267, 10956-10960.
  4. Chakraborty, T., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1992) Analysis of the oligomerization of myogenin and E2A products in vivo using a two-hybrid assay system. J. Biol. Chem. 267, 17498-17501.
  5. Martin, J.F., Schwarz, J.J., and Olson, E.N. (1993) Myocyte enhancer factor (MEF) 2C: A tissue-restricted member of the MEF-2 family of transcription factors. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90, 5282‑5286.
  6. Schwarz, J.J., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1993) Transcription factors controlling muscle-specific gene expression. In (M. Karin, ed.) Gene Expression: General and Cell-Type Specific. Birkhäuser Boston, pp. 93-115.
  7. Kuratani, S., Martin, J.F., Wawersik, S., Lilly, B., Eichele, G., and Olson, E.N. (1994) The expression pattern of the chick homeobox gene gMHox suggests a role in patterning of the limbs and face and in compartmentalization of somites. Dev. Biol. 161, 357-369.
  8. Martin, J.F., Miano, J.M., Hustad, C.M., Copeland, N.G., Jenkins, N.A., and Olson, E.N. (1994) A Mef2 gene that generates a muscle-specific isoform via alternative mRNA splicing. Mol. Cell. Biol. 14, 1647-1656.
  9. Parmacek, M.S., Ip, H., Jung, F., Shen, T., Martin, J.F., Vora, A.J., Olson, E.N., and Leiden, J.M. (1994) A novel myogenic regulatory circuit controls slow/cardiac troponin C gene transcription in skeletal muscle. Mol. Cell. Biol. 14, 1870-1885.
  10. Edmondson, D.G., Lyons, G.E., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1994) Mef2 gene expression marks the cardiac and skeletal muscle lineages during mouse embryogenesis. Development 120, 1251-1263.
  11. Olson, E.N., Martin, J.F., and Schneider, M.D. (1995) Basic aspects of myocardial function, growth, and development: Normal growth and development. In (J.T. Willerson and J.N. Cohn, eds.) Cardiovascular Medicine. Churchill Livingstone Inc., New York, pp. 741-751.
  12. Black, B.L., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1995) The mouse MRF4 promoter is trans-activated directly and indirectly by muscle-specific transcription factors. J. Biol. Chem. 270, 2889-2892.
  13. Martin, J.F., Bradley, A. and Olson, E.N. (1995) The paired-like homeobox gene MHox is required for early events of skeletogenesis in multiple lineages. Genes. Dev. 9, 1237-1249.
  14. Lyons, G.E., Micales, B.K., Schwarz, J., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1995) Expression of mef2 genes in the mouse central nervous system suggests a role in neuronal maturation. J. Neuroscience 15, 5727-5738.
  15. Molkentin, J.D., Black, B.L., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1995) Cooperative activation of muscle gene expression by MEF2 and myogenic bHLH proteins. Cell 83, 1125-1136.
  16. Molkentin, J. D., Firulli, A. B., Black, B. L., Martin, J. F., Hustad, C. M., Copeland, N., Jenkins, N., Lyons, G. and Olson, E. N. (1996). MEF2B is a potent transactivator expressed in early myogenic lineages. Mol Cell Biol 16, 3814-24.
  17. Molkentin, J.D., Black, B.L., Martin, J.F., and Olson, E.N. (1996) Mutational analysis of the DNA binding, dimerization, and transcriptional activation domains of MEF2C. Mol. Cell. Biol. 16, 2627-2636.
  18. ten Berge, D., Brouwer, A., Korving, J., Martin, J.F. and Meijlink, F. (1998) Prx1 and Prx2 in skeletogenesis: roles in the craniofacial region, inner ear and limbs. Development 125, 3831-3842.
  19. Lu, M-F., Cheng, H-T., Lacy, A.R., Kern, M.J., Argao, E.A., Potter, S.S., Olson, E.N., and Martin, J.F. (1999) Paired-related homeobox genes cooperate in handplate and hindlimb zeugopod morphogenesis. Devel. Biol. 205, 145-157.
  20. Lu, M-F., Cheng, H-T., Kern, M.J., Potter, S.S., Tran, B., Diekwisch, T.G.H., and Martin, J.F. (1999) prx-1 functions cooperatively with another paired-related homeobox gene, prx-2, to maintain cell fates within the craniofacial mesenchyme. Development 126, 495-504.
  21. Lu, M-F., Pressman, C., Dyer, R., Johnson, R.L., and Martin, J.F. (1999) Function of Rieger syndrome gene in left-right asymmetry and craniofacial development. Nature 401, 276-278.
  22. Martin, J. F., and Olson, E. N. (2000). Identification of a prx1 limb enhancer. Genesis 26, 225-9.
  23. Mallo, M., Schrewe, H., Martin, J.F., Olson, E.N. and Ohnemus, S. (2000) Assembling a functional tympanic membrane: signals from the external acoustic meatus coordinate development of the malleal manubrium. Development. 127, 4127-4136.
  24. Lewis, P., Dunn, M., McMahon, J.A., Logan, M., Martin, J.F., St.-Jacques, B., and McMahon, A.P. (2001) Cholesterol modification of Sonic Hedgehog is required for long range activity and effective modulation of signaling by Ptc1. Cell 105, 599-612.
  25. Liu, C., Liu, W., Lu, M.F., Brown, N. and Martin, J.F. (2001) Regulation of left-right asymmetry by thresholds of pitx2c activity. Development 128, 2039-2048.
  26. Malcolm Logan, James F. Martin, Andras Nagy, Corrinne Lobe, Eric N. Olson, Clifford J. Tabin (2002). Expression of Cre Recombinase in the Developing Mouse Limb Bud Driven by a Prxl Enhancer. Genesis, 33, 77-80.
  27. Liu, C., Liu, W., Palie, J, Lu, M.F., Brown N, and Martin, J.F. (2002) Pitx2c patterns anterior myocardium and aortic arch vessels and is required for local cell movement into atrioventricular cushions. Development, 129, 5081-5091.
  28. Haruhiko Akiyama, Marie-Christine Chaboissier, James F. Martin, Andreas Schedl, and Benoit de Crombrugghe (2002) The transcription factor Sox9 has essential roles in successive steps of the chondrocyte differentiation pathway and is required for expression of Sox5 and Sox6. Genes and Development, 16, 2813-2828.
  29. Xia, C., Ma, W., Stafford, L.J., Liu, C., Gong, L., Martin, J.F. and Liu, M. (2003) GGAPs, a New Family of Bifunctional GTP-Binding and GTPase-Activating Proteins. Mol Cell Biol. 23: 2476-2488.
  30. Liu, W., Selever, J, Lu, M.F., and Martin, J.F. (2003) Genetic dissection of Pitx2 in craniofacial morphogenesis uncovers new functions in branchial arch morphogenesis, late aspects of tooth morphogenesis, and cell migration. Development 130, 6375-6385.
  31. Ihida-Stansbury, K., McKean, D. M., Gebb, S. A., Martin, J. F., Stevens, T., Nemenoff, R., Akeson, A., Vaughn, J. and Jones, P. L. (2004). Paired-related homeobox gene prx1 is required for pulmonary vascular development. Circ Res 94, 1507-14.
  32. Matthews, K. W., Drouin, S. M., Liu, C., Martin, J. F., Skidgel, R. A. and Wetsel, R. A. (2004). Expression of the third complement component (C3) and carboxypeptidase N small subunit (CPN1) during mouse embryonic development. Dev Comp Immunol 28, 647-55.
  33. Wei Liu, Jennifer Selever , Degang Wang , Mei-Fang Lu , Robert J. Schwartz and James F. Martin (2004) Bmp4 signaling is required for outflow tract septation and branchial arch artery remodeling. PNAS, 101, 4489-94.
  34. Jennifer Selever, Wei Liu, Richard Behringer, and James F. Martin (2004) Bmp4 in limb bud mesoderm regulates digit pattern by controlling AER development. Developmental Biology, 276, 268-79.
  35. Christopher T. Lee, Luoping Li, Norio Takamoto, James F. Martin, Francesco J. DeMayo, Ming-Jer Tsai, and Sophia Y. Tsai (2004) The Nuclear Orphan Receptor COUP-TFII is Required for Limb and Skeletal Muscle Development. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 24, 10835-43.
  36. Wei Liu, Xiaoxia Sun, Alen Braut, Yuji Mishina, Richard R. Behringer, Mina Mina, and James F. Martin (2005) Distinct functions for Bmp signaling in lip and palate fusion in mice. Development 132, 1453-1461.
  37. Wei Liu, Jennifer Selever, Deepa Murali, Xiaoxia Sun, Sean M. Brugger, Robert J. Schwartz, Robert Maxson, Yasuhide Furuta and James F. Martin (2005) Threshold-specific requirements for Bmp4 in mandibular development. Developmental Biology 283:282-93.
  38. Ma, L., and Martin J. F. (2005) Generation of a conditional null Bmp2 allele. Genesis 42: 203-6.
  39. Zhang, Z., Cerrato, F., Xu, H., Vitelli, F., Morishima, M., Vincentz, J., Furuta, Y., Ma, L., Martin, J. F., Baldini, A. et al. (2005). Tbx1 expression in pharyngeal epithelia is necessary for pharyngeal arch artery development. Development 132, 5307-15.
  40. Akiyama, H., Kim, J. E., Nakashima, K., Balmes, G., Iwai, N., Deng, J. M., Zhang, Z., Martin, J. F., Behringer, R.R., Nakamura, T. et al. (2005). Osteo-chondroprogenitor cells are derived from Sox9 expressing precursors. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102, 14665-70.
  41. Ma, L., Mei-Fang Lu, Robert J. Schwartz, and Martin J. F. Bmp2 is essential for atrioventricular cushion formation and myocardial patterning. (2005) Development 132, 5601-5611.
  42. Anderson, D. M., Arredondo, J., Hahn, K., Valente, G., Martin, J. F., Wilson-Rawls, J. and Rawls, A. (2006). Mohawk is a novel homeobox gene expressed in the developing mouse embryo. Dev Dyn 235, 792-801.
  43. Ovchinnikov, D. A., Selever, J., Wang, Y., Chen, Y. T., Mishina, Y., Martin, J. F. and Behringer, R. R. (2006). BMP receptor type IA in limb bud mesenchyme regulates distal outgrowth and patterning. Dev Biol, 295,103-15.
  44. Ai, D., Liu, W., Ma, L., Dong, F., Lu, M. F., Wang, D., Verzi, M. P., Cai, C., Gage, P. J., Evans, S., Black, B.L., Brown, N.A., and Martin, J.F. (2006). Pitx2 regulates cardiac left-right asymmetry by patterning second cardiac lineage-derived myocardium. Dev Biol 296, 437- 49.
  45. Dong, F., Sun, X., Liu, W., Ai, D., Klysik, E., Lu, M. F., Hadley, J., Antoni, L., Chen, L., Baldini, A., Francis-West, P., and Martin, J.F. (2006). Pitx2 promotes development of splanchnic mesoderm-derived branchiomeric muscle. Development 133, 4891-9
  46. Ai, D., Fu, X., Wang, J., Lu, M. F., Chen, L., Baldini, A., Klein, W. H. and Martin, J. F. (2007). Canonical Wnt signaling functions in second heart field to promote right ventricular growth. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 104, 9319-24.
  47. Akiyama, H., Stadler, H. S., Martin, J. F., Ishii, T. M., Beachy, P. A., Nakamura, T. and de Crombrugghe, B. (2007). Misexpression of Sox9 in mouse limb bud mesenchyme induces polydactyly and rescues hypodactyly mice. Matrix Biol 26, 224-33.
  48. Kevin Y. Lee, Jae-Wook Jeong, Jinrong Wang, Lijiang Ma, James F. Martin, Sophia Y. Tsai, John P. Lydon, and Francesco J. DeMayo. (2007). Bmp2 is Critical for the Murine Uterine Decidual Response. Molecular and Cellular Biology 27, 5468-78.
  49. Di Ai, Jun Wang, Melanie Amen, Mei-Fang Lu, Brad A. Amendt, and James F. Martin. (2007).
  50. Nuclear Factor-1 and TCF/LEF recognition elements regulate Pitx2 transcription in pituitary development Molecular and Cellular Biology 27, 5765-75.
  51. Vue, T. Y., Aaker, J., Taniguchi, A., Kazemzadeh, C., Skidmore, J. M., Martin, D. M., Martin, J. F., Treier, M. and Nakagawa, Y. (2007). Characterization of progenitor domains in the developing mouse thalamus. J Comp Neurol 505, 73-91.
  52. Zhou, W., Lin, L., Majumdar, A., Li, X., Zhang, X., Liu, W., Etheridge, L., Shi, Y., Martin, J., Van de Ven, W. et al. (2007). Modulation of morphogenesis by noncanonical Wnt signaling requires ATF/CREB family-mediated transcriptional activation of TGFbeta2. Nat Genet. 39, 1225-34.
  53. James F. Martin (2007). Left right asymmetry, the pulmonary vein and A-Fib. Circ Res 101, 853-5.
  54. ngas, S. A., Li, X., Umans, L., Zwijsen, A., Huylebroeck, D., Gutierrez, C., Wang, D., Martin, J. F., Jamin, S. P., Behringer, R. R., E. J. Robertson, and M. M. Matzuk. (2008). Conditional deletion of Smad1 and Smad5 in somatic cells of male and female gonads leads to metastatic tumor development in mice. Mol Cell Biol 28, 248-57. PMCID: PMC2223289.
  55. Chris J. Cretekos, Ying Wang, Eric D. Green, NISC Comparative Sequencing Program, James F. Martin, John J. Rasweiler IV, and Richard R. Behringer (2008). Regulatory divergence modifies limb length between mammals, Genes and Development, 22, 141-51. PMCID: PMC2192750 [Available on 07/15/08].
  56. Eon Joo Park, Xiaoxia Sun, Yukio Saijoh, James F. Martin, Anne M. Moon (2008). A System for Tamoxifen-Inducible Expression of Cre recombinase from the Foxa2 locus in Mice. Dev Dyn 237, 447-53. PMCID: pending.
  57. Amen, M., Espinoza, H. M., Cox, C., Liang, X., Wang, J., Link, T. M., Brennan, R. G., Martin, J. F. and Amendt, B. A. (2008). Chromatin-associated HMG-17 is a major regulator of homeodomain transcription factor activity modulated by Wnt/ b-catenin signaling. Nucleic Acids Res 36, 462-76. PMCID: PMC2241859.
  58. Nicole M. Davis, Natasza A. Kurpios, Xiaoxia Sun, Jerome Gros, James F. Martin, and Clifford J. Tabin (2008). The Chirality of Gut Rotation Derives from Left-Right Asymmetric Changes in the Architecture of the Dorsal Mesentery. Developmental Cell. 15, 134-145. PMCID: PMC2528248.
  59. Skidmore, J. M., Cramer, J. D., Martin, J. F. and Martin, D. M. (2008). Cre fate mapping reveals lineage specific defects in neuronal migration with loss of Pitx2 function in the developing mouse hypothalamus and subthalamic nucleus. Mol Cell Neurosci. 37, 696-707. PMCID: PMC2386145 [Available on 04/01/09].
  60. Orvis, G. D., Jamin, S. P., Kwan, K. M., Mishina, Y., Kaartinen, V. M., Huang, S., Roberts, A. B., Umans, L., Huylebroeck, D., Zwijsen, A., Wang D., Martin J.F., and Richard R. Behringer (2008). Functional Redundancy of TGF-beta Family Type I Receptors and Receptor-Smads in Mediating Anti-Mullerian Hormone-Induced Mullerian Duct Regression in the Mouse. Biol Reprod. 78, 994-1001. PMCID: pending.
  61. Jinsheng Weng, Xuhong Cheng, Jian Luo, Chang Jin, Xiangtian Zhou, Jia Qu, Lily Tong, Di Ai, Dali Li, Jun Wang, James F. Martin, Brad Amendt, and Mingyao Liu (2008). Deletion of G-protein coupled receptor 48 leads to ocular anterior segment dysgenesis (ASD) through down regulation of Pitx2. PNAS, 105, 6081-6. PMCID: PMC2329706 [Available on 10/22/08].
  62. Yueting Shang, Tadashi Yoshida, Brad A. Amendt, James F. Martin, Gary K. Owens (2008). Pitx2 is functionally important in the early stages of vascular smooth muscle cell differentiation. J. Cell Biology,181, 461-73. PMCID: PMC2364692 [Available on 11/05/08]
  63. Kurpios, N. A., Ibanes, M., Davis, N. M., Lui, W., Katz, T., Martin, J. F., Belmonte, J. C. and Tabin, C. J. (2008). The direction of gut looping is established by changes in the extracellular matrix and in cell:cell adhesion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105, 8499-506. PMCID: PMC2438376.
  64. Fei Wu, Rui Xu, James F. Martin, and Stephen Safe (2008). In Vivo Profiling of Estrogen Receptor/Specificity Protein-Dependent Transactivation. Endocrinology 149, 5696-705. PMCID: PMC2584598.
  65. S R Lalani, J V Thakuria, G F Cox, X Wang, W Bi, M S Bray, C Shaw, S W Cheung, A C Chinault, B Boggs, Z Ou, E K Brundage, J R Lupski, J Gentile, S Waisbren, A Pursley, M Khajavi, G Zapata, R Friedman, J Kim, J A Towbin, P Stankiewicz, S Schnittger, I Hansmann, T Ai, S Sood, X H Wehrens, J F Martin, J W Belmont, and L Potocki (2008). A novel genomic microdeletion with predisposition to a syndromic form of Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. J Med Genet 46, 168-75. PMCID: PMC2680125.
  66. David J. McCulley, Ji-One Kang, James F. Martin, and Brian L. Black. BMP4 is required in the anterior heart field and its derivatives for endocardial cushion remodeling, outflow tract septation, and semilunar valve development (2008) Dev Dyn, 237, 3200-9. PMCID: PMC2728547.
  67. Jue Zhang, Yongshun Lin, Yongyou Zhang, Chunhong Lin, Robert J. Schwartz, James F. Martin, and Fen Wang (2008). FGF receptor substrate 2 alpha-mediated signals are essential for regulating outflow tract development in the heart. Development 135, 3611-3622. PMCID: pending.
  68. Zhiyv Niu, Dinakar Iyer, Simon J. Conway, James F. Martin, Kathryn Ivey, Deepak Srivastava, Alfred Nordheim and Robert J. Schwartz. (2008). Serum Response Factor Orchestrates Nascent Sarcomerogenesis and Silences Biomineralization in the Heart. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105, 17824-9. PMCID: PMC2584699.
  69. Jean-Denis Bénazet, Mirko Bischofberger, Eva Tiecke, Alexandre Gonçalves, James F. Martin, Aimée Zuniga, Felix Naef and Rolf Zeller (2009). A Self-Regulatory System of Interlinked Signaling Feedback Loops Controls Vertebrate Limb Patterning. Science 323, 1050-3. PMCID: pending.
  70. Satoshi Suzuki, Nobutomo Miwa, Astanand Jugessur, Nagato Natsume, Min Shi, Naofumi Ohbayashi, Yasushi Suzuki, Hiroo Furukawa, Alexandre Vieira, Lidral AC , Marazita ML, Martin JF and Jeffrey C. Murray (2009). Mutations in BMP4 cause both microform and non syndromic cleft lip and palate. Am J Hum Genet 84, 406-11. PMCID: PMC2667991.
  71. Espinoza-Lewis, R. A., Yu, L., He, F., Liu, H., Tang, R., Shi, J., Sun, X., Martin, J. F., Wang, D., Yang, J. et al. (2009). Shox2 is essential for the differentiation of cardiac pacemaker cells by repressing Nkx2-5. Dev Biol 327, 376-85. PMCID: PMC2694185.
  72. Zheng Huang, Degang Wang, Kaori Ihida-Stansbury, Peter Lloyd Jones, and James F. Martin (2009). Defective pulmonary vascular remodeling in Smad8 mutant mice. Human Molecular Genetics 18, 2791-2801. PMCID: PMC2706683 [Available on 2010/8/1].
  73. Amélie Calmont, Sarah Ivins, Kelly Lammerts Van Bueren, Irinna Papangeli, Vanessa Kyriakopoulou, James F. Martin, Anne M. Moon, M. Albert Basson, and Peter J. Scambler
  74. (2009). Gbx2 acts downstream of Tbx1 to control a Slit/Robo-mediated neural crest cell migration pathway during arch artery development. Development 136, 3173-3183. PMCID: PMC2730371.
  75. Laskaro Zagoraiou, Turgay Akay, James F. Martin, Robert M Brownstone, Thomas M Jessell and Gareth B Miles (2009). A small cluster of cholinergic pre-motor interneurons modulates locomotor activity in mouse. Neuron 64, 645-662. PMCID: PMC2891428 [Available on 2010/12/1].
  76. Ayako Kimura, Hiroyuki Inose, Fumiko Yano, Koji Fujita, Toshiyuki Ikeda, Shingo Sato, Makiko Iwasaki, Tetsuya Jinno, Keisuke Ae, Seiji Fukumoto, Yasuhiro Takeuchi, Hiroshi Itoh, Takeshi Imamura, Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Ung-il Chung, James F. Martin, Sachiko Iseki, Ken-ichi Shinomiya and Shu Takeda. (2010) Runx1 and Runx2 cooperate during sternum morphogenesis. Development 137, 1159-67. PMCID: PMC2835330 [Available on 2011/4/1].
  77. Huojun Cao, Jianbo Wang, Xiao Li, Sergio Florez, Zheng Huang, Shankar Venugopalan, Satheesh Elangovan, Ziedonis Skobe, Henry C. Margolis, James F. Martin and Brad A. Amendt (2010). MicroRNA Regulated Tooth Epithelial Stem Cell Differentiation: MicroRNA 200c Targets Noggin Expression. Journal of Dental Research, 89, 779-784. PMCID: PMC3014323.
  78. Jun Wang, Ela Klysik, Subeena Sood, Randy L. Johnson, Xander H.T. Wehrens and James F. Martin (2010). Pitx2 prevents susceptibility to atrial arrhythmias by inhibiting left-sided pacemaker specification. PNAS 107, 9753-9758. PMCID: PMC2906838.
  79. Zichao Zhang, Sergio Florez, James F. Martin and Brad A. Amendt. (2010). MicroRNAs Regulate Pituitary Development: MicroRNA 26b Directly Targets Lef-1. J Biol Chem. 285, 34718-28 PMCID: PMC2966087.
  80. Jue Zhang, Julia Y. F. Chang, Yanqing Huang, Xiang Lin, Yongde Luo, Robert J. Schwartz, James F. Martin, and Fen Wang. (2010). The FGF-BMP signaling axis regulates outflow tract valve primordium formation by promoting cushion neural crest cell differentiation. Circulation Research 107, 1209-19. PMCID: PMC3052773.
  81. Jun Wang, Stephanie Greene, Margarita Bonilla-Claudio, Jue Zhang, Zheng Huang, Yan Bai, Brian L. Black, Fen Wang, and James F. Martin (2010). Bmp-signaling regulates myocardial differentiation from cardiac progenitors through a micro RNA-mediated mechanism. Developmental Cell 19, 787-8. PMCID: PMC3010389.
  82. Wang, Y., Martin, J.F., and Bai, C.B. (2010). Direct and indirect requirements of Shh/Gli signaling in early pituitary development. Dev Biol 348, 199-209. PMCID: PMC3200223
  83. Waite, MR, Skidmore, JM, Billi, AC, Martin, JF, Martin, DM (2011). GABAergic and glutamatergic identities of developing midbrain Pitx2 neurons. Developmental Dynamics 240, 333-46. PMCID: PMC3079949 [Available on 2012/2/1].
  84. Todd Heallen, Min Zhang, Jun Wang, Margarita Bonilla-Claudio, Ela Klysik, Randy L. Johnson, and James F. Martin. (2011). Hippo pathway inhibits canonical Wnt signaling to restrain cardiomyocyte proliferation and heart size. Science 332,458-461. PMCID: PMC3133743 [Available on 2012/4/22].
  85. Waite, M. R., Skaggs, K., Kaviany, P., Skidmore, J. M., Causeret, F., Martin, J. F. and Martin, D. M. (2012). Distinct populations of GABAergic neurons in mouse rhombomere 1 express but do not require the homeodomain transcription factor PITX2. Mol Cell Neurosci. 49(1): 32-43. PMCID: PMC3244529[Available on 2013/1/1]
  86. Margarita Bonilla-Claudio, Jun Wang, Yan Bai, Ela Klysik, Jennifer Selever, and James F. Martin (2012).Bmp signaling regulates a dosage dependent transcriptional program to control facial skeletal development. Development 139 (4) 709-719. PMCID: PMC3265059 [Available on 2013/2/15]
  87. Reena Singh, Willem M. Hoogaars, Phil Barnett, Thomas Grieskamp, M. Sameer Rana, Henk Buermans, Henner F. Farin, Marianne Petry, Todd Heallen, James F. Martin, Antoon F.M. Moorman, Peter A.C. 't Hoen, Andreas Kispert, and Vincent M. Christoffels. (2012) Tbx2 and Tbx3 induce atrioventricular myocardial development and endocardial cushion formation. Cell and Molecular Life Science. Apr;69(8):1377-89. PMCID: PMC3314179.
  88. Zhang, J., Liu, J., Huang, Y., Chang, J. Y., Liu, L., McKeehan, W. L., Martin, J. F. and Wang, F. (2012) 'FRS2alpha-Mediated FGF Signals Suppress Premature Differentiation of Cardiac Stem Cells Through Regulating Autophagy Activity', Circ Res. Feb 17;110(4):e29-39.
  89. Alexandra Klaus, Marion Müller, Herbert Schulz, Yumiko Saga, James F. Martin, and Walter Birchmeier. (2012) Wnt/ß-catenin and Bmp signals control distinct sets of transcription factors in cardiac progenitor cells. PNAS 109 (27): 10921-6.

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