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  1. Authors: Marilyn B Renfree, Anthony T Papenfuss, Janine E Deakin, James Lindsay, Thomas Heider, Katherine Belov, Willem Rens, Paul D Waters, Elizabeth A Pharo, Geoff Shaw, Emily SW Wong, Christophe M Lefèvre, Kevin R Nicholas, Yoko Kuroki, Matthew J Wakefield, Kyall R Zenger…
    Citation: Genome Biology 2011 12:414

    The original article was published in Genome Biology 2011 12:R81

  2. To date, the earliest stage at which the orientation of the anterior-posterior axis in the mouse embryo is distinguishable by asymmetric gene expression is shortly after E5.5. At E5.5, prospective anterior mar...

    Authors: Stephen Frankenberg, Lee Smith, Andy Greenfield and Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz
    Citation: BMC Developmental Biology 2007 7:8
  3. The vomeronasal organ (VNO) detects pheromones via two large families of vomeronasal receptors: vomeronasal receptor 1 (V1R) and vomeronasal receptor 2 (V2R). Both VRs have a common receptor activation cascade...

    Authors: Stephen Frankenberg, Nanette Y Schneider, Terrence P Fletcher, Geoffrey Shaw and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: BMC Molecular Biology 2011 12:39
  4. Pluripotency is a fundamental property of early mammalian development but it is currently unclear to what extent its cellular mechanisms are conserved in vertebrates or metazoans. POU5F1 and POU2 are the two p...

    Authors: Stephen Frankenberg and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: BMC Biology 2013 11:56
  5. Early marsupial conceptuses differ markedly from those of eutherian mammals, especially during cleavage and early blastocyst stages of development. Additionally, in marsupials the zona pellucida is surrounded ...

    Authors: Stephen Frankenberg, Jane Fenelon, Bonnie Dopheide, Geoff Shaw and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:373
  6. We present the genome sequence of the tammar wallaby, Macropus eugenii, which is a member of the kangaroo family and the first representative of the iconic hopping mammals that symbolize Australia to be sequenced...

    Authors: Marilyn B Renfree, Anthony T Papenfuss, Janine E Deakin, James Lindsay, Thomas Heider, Katherine Belov, Willem Rens, Paul D Waters, Elizabeth A Pharo, Geoff Shaw, Emily SW Wong, Christophe M Lefèvre, Kevin R Nicholas, Yoko Kuroki, Matthew J Wakefield, Kyall R Zenger…
    Citation: Genome Biology 2011 12:R81

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Genome Biology 2011 12:414

  7. The HOX gene clusters are thought to be highly conserved amongst mammals and other vertebrates, but the long non-coding RNAs have only been studied in detail in human and mouse. The sequencing of the kangaroo ...

    Authors: Hongshi Yu, James Lindsay, Zhi-Ping Feng, Stephen Frankenberg, Yanqiu Hu, Dawn Carone, Geoff Shaw, Andrew J Pask, Rachel O’Neill, Anthony T Papenfuss and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: BMC Genomics 2012 13:251
  8. ATRX is a tightly-regulated multifunctional protein with crucial roles in mammalian development. Mutations in the ATRX gene cause ATR-X syndrome, an X-linked recessive developmental disorder resulting in severe m...

    Authors: Paisu Tang, Stephen Frankenberg, Anthony Argentaro, Jennifer M Graves and Mary Familari
    Citation: BMC Research Notes 2011 4:200
  9. Interferon inducible transmembrane proteins (IFITMs) have diverse roles, including the control of cell proliferation, promotion of homotypic cell adhesion, protection against viral infection, promotion of bone...

    Authors: Danielle Hickford, Stephen Frankenberg, Geoff Shaw and Marilyn B Renfree
    Citation: BMC Genomics 2012 13:155
  10. Studies of gene function in the mouse have relied mainly on gene targeting via homologous recombination. However, this approach is difficult to apply in specific windows of time, and to simultaneously knock-do...

    Authors: Miguel L Soares, Seiki Haraguchi, Maria-Elena Torres-Padilla, Tibor Kalmar, Lee Carpenter, Graham Bell, Alastair Morrison, Christopher JA Ring, Neil J Clarke, David M Glover and Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz
    Citation: BMC Developmental Biology 2005 5:28