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    Koch, F.; Scholze, M.; Wittler, L.; Schifferl, D.; Sudheer, S.; Grote, P.; Timmermann, B.; Macura, K.; Herrmann, B. G.: Antagonistic Activities of Sox2 and Brachyury Control the Fate Choice of Neuro-Mesodermal Progenitors. Developmental Cell 42, pp. 514 - 526 (2017)
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    Sudheer, S.; Liu, J.; Marks, M.; Koch, F.; Anurin, A.; Scholze, M.; Senft, A. D.; Wittler, L.; Macura, K.; Grote, P. et al.; Herrmann, B. G.: Different Concentrations of FGF Ligands, FGF2 or FGF8 Determine Distinct States of WNT-Induced Presomitic Mesoderm. Stem Cells 34 (7), pp. 1790 - 800 (2016)
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    Marks, M.; Pennimpede, T.; Lange, L.; Grote, P.; Herrmann, B. G.; Wittler, L.: Analysis of the Fam181 gene family during mouse development reveals distinct strain-specific expression patterns, suggesting a role in nervous system development and function. Gene 575 (2 Pt 2), pp. 438 - 451 (2016)
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    Grote, P.; Herrmann, B. G.: Long noncoding RNAs in organogenesis: Making the difference. Trends in Genetics 31 (6), pp. 329 - 335 (2015)
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    Schwartz, B.; Marks, M.; Wittler, L.; Werber, M.; Währisch, S.; Nordheim, A.; Herrmann, B. G.; Grote, P.: SRF is essential for mesodermal cell migration during elongation of the embryonic body axis. Mechanisms of Development 133, pp. 23 - 35 (2014)
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    Werber, M.; Wittler, L.; Timmermann, B.; Grote, P.; Herrmann, B. G.: The tissue-specific transcriptomic landscape of the mid-gestational mouse embryo. Development 141 (11), pp. 2325 - 2330 (2014)
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    Müller, D.; Cherukuri, P.; Henningfeld, K.; Poh, C. H.; Wittler, L.; Grote, P.; Schlüter, O.; Schmidt, J.; Laborda, J.; Bauer, S. R. et al.; Brownstone, R. M.; Marquardt, T.: Dlk1 promotes a fast motor neuron biophysical signature required for peak force execution. Science 343 (6176), pp. 1264 - 1266 (2014)
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    Grote, P.; Herrmann, B. G.: The long non-coding RNA Fendrr links epigenetic control mechanisms to gene regulatory networks in mammalian embryogenesis. RNA Biology 10 (10), pp. 1579 - 1585 (2013)
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    Grimm, C.; Chavez, L.; Vilardell, M.; Farrall, A.; Tierling, S.; Böhm, J. W.; Grote, P.; Lienhard, M.; Dietrich, J.; Timmermann, B. et al.; Walter, J.; Schweiger, M. R.; Lehrach, H.; Herwig, R.; Herrmann, B. G.; Morkel, M.: DNA–Methylome Analysis of Mouse Intestinal Adenoma Identifies a Tumour-Specific Signature That Is Partly Conserved in Human Colon Cancer. PLoS Genetics 9 (2) (2013)
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    Grote, P.; Wittler, L.; Hendrix, D.; Währisch, S.; Beisaw, A.; Macura, K.; Bläss, G.; Kellis, M.; Werber, M.; Herrmann, B. G.: The tissue-specific IncRNA Fendrr is an essential regulator of heart and body wall development in the mouse. Developmental Cell 24 (2), pp. 206 - 214 (2013)
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    Krüger, A.; Vowinckel, J.; Mulleder, M.; Grote, P.; Capuano, F.; Bluemlein, K.; Ralser, M.: Tpo1-mediated spermine and spermidine export controls cell cycle delay and times antioxidant protein expression during the oxidative stress response. EMBO Reports 14 (12), pp. 1113 - 9 (2013)
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    Vidigal, J. A.; Morkel, M.; Wittler, L.; Brouwer-Lehmitz, A.; Grote, P.; Macura, K.; Herrmann, B. G.: An inducible RNA interference system for the functional dissection of mouse embryogenesis. Nucleic Acids Research 38 (11), p. e122 - e122 (2010)
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    Wittler, L.; Shin, E.-h.; Grote, P.; Kispert, A.; Beckers, A.; Gossler, A.; Werber, M.; Herrmann, B. G.: Expression of Msgn1 in the presomitic mesoderm is controlled by synergism of WNT signalling and Tbx6. EMBO Reports 8 (8), pp. 784 - 789 (2007)
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    Grote, P.; Conradt, B.: The PLZF-like protein TRA-4 cooperates with the Gli-like transcription factor TRA-1 to promote female development in C. elegans. Developmental Cell 11 (10), pp. 561 - 573 (2006)
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