SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • Almendral JM, Sommer D, MacDonald-Bravo H, Burckhardt J, Perera J, Bravo R. 1988. Complexity of the early genetic response to growth factors in mouse fibroblasts. Mol Cell Biol 8: 21402148.
  • Babic AM, Chen CC, Lau LF. 1999. Fisp12/mouse connective tissue growth factor mediates endothelial cell adhesion and migration through integrin alphavbeta3, promotes endothelial cell survival, and induces angiogenesis in vivo. Mol Cell Biol 19: 29582966.
  • Bhaskar SN, Weinmann JP, Schour I. 1953. Role of Meckel's cartilage in the development and growth of the rat mandible. J Dent Res 32: 398410.
  • Bi W, Deng JM, Zhang Z, Behringer RR, de Crombrugghe B. 1999. Sox9 is required for cartilage formation. Nat Genet 22: 8589.
  • Bradley RS, Cowin P, Brown AM. 1993. Expression of Wnt-1 in PC12 cells results in modulation of plakoglobin and E-cadherin and increased cellular adhesion. J Cell Biol 123: 18571865.
  • Brunner A, Chinn J, Neubauer M, Purchio AF. 1991. Identification of a gene family regulated by transforming growth factor-β. DNA Cell Biol 10: 293300.
  • Chai Y, Mah A, Crohin C, Groff S, Bringas P Jr, Le T, Santos V, Slavkin HC. 1994. Specific transforming growth factor-β subtypes regulate embryonic mouse Meckel's cartilage and tooth development. Dev Biol 162: 85103.
  • Chai Y, Jiang X, Ito Y, Bringas PJ, Han J, Rowitch DH, Soriano P, McMahon AP, Sucov HM. 2000. Fate of the mammalian cranial neural crest during tooth and mandibular morphogenesis. Development 127: 16711679.
  • Chung KS, Park HH, Ting K, Takita H, Apte SS, Kuboki Y, Nishimura I. 1995. Modulated expression of type X collagen in Meckel's cartilage with different developmental fates. Dev Biol 170: 387396.
  • Couly GF, Coltey PM, Le Douarin NM. 1993. The triple origin of skull in higher vertebrates: a study in quail-chick chimeras. Development 117: 409429.
  • Daniels K, Reiter R, Solursh M. 1996. Micromass cultures of limb and other mesenchyme. Methods Cell Biol 51: 237247.
  • Downie SA, Newman SA. 1995. Different roles for fibronectin in the generation of fore and hind limb precartilage condensations. Dev Biol 172: 519530.
  • Eguchi T, Kubota S, Kondo S, Shimo T, Hattori T, Nakanishi T, Kuboki T, Yatani H, Takigawa M. 2001. Regulatory mechanism of human connective tissue growth factor (ctgf/hcs24) gene expression in a human chondrocytic cell line, hcs-2/8. J Biochem 130: 7987.
  • Frenz DA, Jaikaria NS, Newman SA. 1989. The mechanism of precartilage mesenchymal condensation: a major role for interaction of the cell surface with the amino-terminal heparin-binding domain of fibronectin. Dev Biol 136: 97103.
  • Frommer J, Margolies MR. 1971. Contribution of Meckel's cartilage to ossification of the mandible in mice. J Dent Res 50: 12601267.
  • Gluhak J, Mais A, Mina M. 1996. Tenascin-C is associated with early stages of chondrogenesis by chick mandibular ectomesenchymal cells in vivo and in vitro. Dev Dyn 205: 2440.
  • Harada Y, Ishizeki K. 1998. Evidence for transformation of chondrocytes and site-specific resorption during the degradation of Meckel's cartilage. Anat Embryol (Berl) 197: 439450.
  • Igarashi A, Okochi H, Bradham DM, Grotendorst GR. 1993. Regulation of connective tissue growth factor gene expression in human skin fibroblasts and during wound repair. Mol Biol Cell 4: 637645.
  • Imai H, Osumi-Yamashita N, Ninomiya Y, Eto K. 1996. Contribution of early-emigrating midbrain crest cells to the dental mesenchyme of mandibular molar teeth in rat embryos. Dev Biol 176: 151165.
  • Ishizeki K, Takigawa M, Harada Y, Suzuki F, Nawa T. 1996. Meckel's cartilage chondrocytes in organ culture synthesize bone-type proteins accompanying osteocytic phenotype expression. Anat Embryol (Berl) 193: 6171.
  • Ishizeki K, Saito H, Shinagawa T, Fujiwara N, Nawa T. 1999. Histochemical and immunohistochemical analysis of the mechanism of calcification of Meckel's cartilage during mandible development in rodents. J Anat 194: 265277.
  • Ito Y, Bringas P Jr, Mogharel A, Zhao J, Deng C, Chai Y. 2002. Receptor-regulated and inhibitory Smads are critical in regulating transforming growth factorβ-mediated Meckel's cartilage development. Dev Dyn 224: 6978.
  • Ivkovic S, Yoon BS, Popoff SN, Safadi FF, Libuda DE, Stephenson RC, Daluiski A, Lyons KM. 2003. Connective tissue growth factor coordinates chondrogenesis and angiogenesis during skeletal development. Development 130: 27792791.
  • Kireeva ML, Latinkic BV, Kolesnikova TV, Chen CC, Yang GP, Abler AS, Lau LF. 1997. Cyr61 and Fisp12 are both ECM-associated signaling molecules: activities, metabolism, and localization during development. Exp Cell Res 233: 6377.
  • Koyama E, Leatherman JL, Shimazu A, Nah HD, Pacifici M. 1995. Syndecan-3, tenascin-C, and the development of cartilaginous skeletal elements and joints in chick limbs. Dev Dyn 203: 152162.
  • Koyama E, Leatherman JL, Noji S, Pacifici M. 1996. Early chick limb cartilaginous elements possess polarizing activity and express hedgehog-related morphogenetic factors. Dev Dyn 207: 344354.
  • Koyama E, Golden EB, Kirsch T, Adams SL, Chandraratna RA, Michaille JJ, Pacifici M. 1999. Retinoid signaling is required for chondrocyte maturation and endochondral bone formation during limb skeletogenesis. Dev Biol 208: 375391.
  • Leonard CM, Fuld HM, Frenz DA, Downie SA, Massague J, Newman SA. 1991. Role of transforming growth factor-beta in chondrogenic pattern formation in the embryonic limb: stimulation of mesenchymal condensation and fibronectin gene expression by exogenenous TGF-beta and evidence for endogenous TGF-beta-like activity. Dev Biol 145: 99109.
  • Lumsden A, Sprawson N, Graham A. 1991. Segmental origin and migration of neural crest cells in the hindbrain region of the chick embryo. Development 113: 12811291.
  • Mackie EJ, Thesleff I, Chiquet-Ehrismann R. 1987. Tenascin is associated with chondrogenic and osteogenic differentiation in vivo and promotes chondrogenesis in vitro. J Cell Biol 105: 25692579.
  • Merino R, Ganan Y, Macias D, Economides AN, Sampath KT, Hurle JM. 1998. Morphogenesis of digits in the avian limb is controlled by FGFs, TGFbetas, and noggin through BMP signaling. Dev Biol 200: 3545.
  • Mina M. 2001. Regulation of mandibular growth and morphogenesis. Crit Rev Oral Biol Med 12: 276300.
  • Moussad EE, Brigstock DR. 2000. Connective tissue growth factor: what's in a name? Mol Genet Metab 71: 276292.
  • Nakamura T, Aikawa T, Iwamoto-Enomoto M, Iwamoto M, Higuchi Y, Pacifici M, Kinto N, Yamaguchi A, Noji S, Kurisu K, Matsuya T, Maurizio P. 1997. Induction of osteogenic differentiation by hedgehog proteins. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 237: 465469.
  • Nakanishi T, Kimura Y, Tamura T, Ichikawa H, Yamaai Y, Sugimoto T, Takigawa M. 1997. Cloning of a mRNA preferentially expressed in chondrocytes by differential display-PCR from a human chondrocytic cell line that is identical with connective tissue growth factor (CTGF) mRNA. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 8: 206210.
  • Nakanishi T, Nishida T, Shimo T, Kobayashi K, Kubo T, Tamatani T, Tezuka K, Takigawa M. 2000. Effects of CTGF/Hcs24, a product of a hypertrophic chondrocyte-specific gene, on the proliferation and differentiation of chondrocytes in culture. Endocrinology 141: 264273.
  • Nichols DH. 1981. Neural crest formation in the head of the mouse embryo as observed using a new histological technique. J Embryol Exp Morphol 64: 105120.
  • O'Brien TP, Lau LF. 1992. Expression of the growth factor-inducible immediate early gene cyr61 correlates with chondrogenesis during mouse embryonic development. Cell Growth Differ 3: 645654.
  • Perbal B. 2001. NOV (nephroblastoma overexpressed) and the CCN family of genes: structural and functional issues. Mol Pathol 54: 5779.
  • Poole AR, Pidoux I, Rosenberg L. 1982. Role of proteoglycans in endochondral ossification: immunofluorescent localization of link protein and proteoglycan monomer in bovine fetal epiphyseal growth plate. J Cell Biol 92: 249260.
  • Richany SF, Bast TH, Anson BJ. 1956. The development of the first branchial arch in man and the fate of Meckel's cartilage. Q Bull Northwest Univ Med Sch 30: 331355.
  • Richman JM, Diewert VM. 1988. The fate of Meckel's cartilage chondrocytes in ocular culture. Dev Biol 129: 4860.
  • Roark EF, Greer K. 1994. Transforming growth factor-beta and bone morphogenetic protein-2 act by distinct mechanisms to promote chick limb cartilage differentiation in vitro. Dev Dyn 200: 103116.
  • San Antonio JD, Tuan RS. 1986. Chondrogenesis of limb bud mesenchyme in vitro: stimulation by cations. Dev Biol 115: 313324.
  • Segarini PR, Nesbitt JE, Li D, Hays LG, Yates JR, Carmichael DF. 2001. The low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein/alpha2-macroglobulin receptor is a receptor for connective tissue growth factor. J Biol Chem 276: 4065940667.
  • Serbedzija GN, Bronner-Fraser M, Fraser SE. 1992. Vital dye analysis of cranial neural crest cell migration in the mouse embryo. Development 116: 297307.
  • Seyedin SM, Segarini PR, Rosen DM, Thompson AY, Bentz H, Graycar J. 1987. Cartilage-inducing factor-B is a unique protein structurally and functionally related to transforming growth factor-beta. J Biol Chem 262: 19461949.
  • Shimo T, Nakanishi T, Nishida T, Asano M, Kanyama M, Kuboki T, Tamatani T, Tezuka K, Takemura M, Matsumura T, Takigawa M. 1999. Connective tissue growth factor induces the proliferation, migration, and tube formation of vascular endothelial cells in vitro, and angiogenesis in vivo. J Biochem 126: 137145.
  • Shimo T, Wu C, Billings PC, Piddington R, Rosenbloom J, Pacifici M, Koyama E. 2002. Expression, gene regulation, and roles of Fisp12/CTGF in developing tooth germs. Dev Dyn 224: 267278.
  • St-Jacques B, Hammerschidt M, McMahon AP. 1999. Indian hedgehog signaling regulates proliferation and differentiation of chondrocytes and is essential for bone formation. Genes Dev 1320762086.
  • Surveyor GA, Brigstock DR. 1999. Immunohistochemical localization of connective tissue growth factor (CTGF) in the mouse embryo between days 7.5 and 14.5 of gestation. Growth Factors 17: 115124.
  • Takigawa M. 2000. Physiological roles of connective tissue growth factor (CTGF/Hcs24): promotion of endochondral ossification, angiogenesis and tissue remodeling. In: IkadaY, ShimizuY, editors. Tissue engineering for therapeutic use. Amsterdam: Elsevier. p 113.
  • Takigawa M, Nakanishi T, Kubota S, Nishida T. 2003. Role of CTGF/HCS24/ecogenin in skeletal growth control. J Cell Physiol 194: 256266.
  • Vu TH, Shipley JM, Bergers G, Berger JE, Helms JA, hanahan D, Shapiro SD, Senior RM, Werb Z. 1998. MMP-9/gelatinase B is a key regulator of growth plate angiogenesis and apoptosis of hypertrophic chondrocytes. Cell 93: 411422.
  • Wong M, Kireeva ML, Kolesnikova TV, Lau LF. 1997. Cyr61, product of a growth factor-inducible immediate-early gene, regulates chondrogenesis in mouse limb bud mesenchymal cells. Dev Biol 192: 492508.
  • Yin M, Gentili C, Koyama E, Zasloff M, Pacifici M. 2002. Antiangiogenic treatment delays chondrocyte maturation and bone formation during limb skeletogenesis. J Bone Miner Res 17: 5665.
  • Zelzer E, McLean W, Ng YS, Fukai N, Reginato AM, Lovejoy S, D'Amore PA, Olsen BR. 2002. Skeletal defects in VEGF(120/120) mice reveal multiple roles for VEGF in skeletogenesis. Development 129: 18931904.