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Clare Hudson and Hitoyoshi Yasuo. (2008). Similarity and Diversity in mechanisms of muscle fate induction between ascidian species. Biology of the Cell, 100, 265-277. Review. With cover image, same issue.


Clare Hudson, Sonia Lotito and Hitoyoshi Yasuo. (2007). Sequential and combinatorial inputs from Nodal, Delta2/Notch and FGF/MEK/ERK signalling pathways establish a grid-like organisation of distinct cell identities in the ascidian neural plate. Development, 134, 3527-3537. With editorial highlight 'Neural patterning grid unlocked', same issue.


Vincent Picco, Clare Hudson and Hitoyoshi Yasuo. (2007). Ephrin/Eph signalling drives the asymmetric division of notochord/neural precursors in Ciona embryos. Development 134, 1491-1497. With editorial highlight 'Asymmetric cell division: fateful FGF antagonism', same issue. Cited in F1000.


Thomas H. Meedel, Patrick Chang and Hitoyoshi Yasuo. (2007). Muscle development in Ciona intestinalis requires the b-HLH myogenic regulatory factor gene Ci-MRF. Developmental Biology, 302, 333-344.


Hitoyoshi Yasuo and Clare Hudson. (2007). FGF8/17/18 functions together with FGF9/16/20 during formation of the notochord in Ciona embryos. Developmental Biology, 302, 92-103.


Clare Hudson and Hitoyoshi Yasuo (2006). A signalling relay involving Nodal and Delta ligands acts during secondary notochord induction in Ciona embryos. Development 133, 2855-2864. With cover image, same issue.


Olivier Tassy, Fabrice Daian, Clare Hudson, Vincent Bertrand and Patrick Lemaire (2006). A quantitative approach to the study of cell shapes and interactions during early chordate embryogenesis. Current Biology 16, 345-358.


Clare Hudson and Hitoyoshi Yasuo. (2005). Patterning across the ascidian neural plate by lateral Nodal signalling sources. Development 132,1199-1210. PubMed


Vincent Bertrand, Clare Hudson, Danielle Caillol, Cornel Popovici and Patrick Lemaire (2003). Neural tissue in ascidian embryos is induced by FGF9/16/20 acting via a combination of maternal GATA and Ets transcription factors. Cell 115, 615-627. PubMed


Clare Hudson, Sébastien Darras, Danielle Caillol, Hitoyoshi Yasuo and Patrick Lemaire (2003). A conserved role for the MEK signalling pathway in neural tissue specification and posteriorisation in the invertebrate chordate, the ascidian Ciona intestinalis. Development 130, 147-159 PubMed

Hitoyoshi Yasuo - 14/12/17

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