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Neuropilins are positive regulators of Hedgehog signal transduction
by Hillman, Robert Tyler, Ph.D.  Stanford University. 2010: 100 pages; 3430506.
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Revealing new roles for SSD proteins Disp1 and Npc1 in zebrafish development and disease
by Schwend, Tyler, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2010: 265 pages; 3402434.
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Notch Signaling in Brain Development and Cancer
by Schreck, Karisa Colleen, Ph.D.  The Johns Hopkins University. 2012: 194 pages; 3528809.
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microRNAs Regulate Neural Crest Development and Epithelial-Mesenchymal Signaling in the First Pharyngeal Arch
by Sheehy, Neil T., Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2012: 142 pages; 3518043.
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Analysis of hedgehog-responding cells in normal prostate stroma and in prostate cancer
by Levine, Charles M., Ph.D.  New York University. 2009: 154 pages; 3365706.
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Non-canonical WNT signaling through ROR2 and VANGL2 in mammary gland development
by Smith, Prestina M., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2017: 121 pages; 10262997.
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Effects of 1α,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 (calcitriol) on cultured Glioblastoma multiforme cells
by Pinskey, Justine M., M.S.  Northern Michigan University. 2012: 64 pages; 1510147.
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Epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in intestinal development
by Kosinski, Cynthia, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2009: 152 pages; 3390108.
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The role of FGF signaling in early embryonic forebrain development
by Gutin, Grigoriy, Ph.D.  Yeshiva University. 2014: 121 pages; 3577475.
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Secreted factors FGF and WNT in cortical interneuron specification
by Chang, Melissa McKenzie, Ph.D.  New York University. 2014: 160 pages; 3665119.
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Chemical Genetics of Vertebrate Development
by Williams, Charles H., III, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2017: 154 pages; 13917131.
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Genetic and in vivo comparative analyses of Gli function in vertebrates
by Bowers, Megan, Ph.D.  New York University. 2009: 219 pages; 3380299.
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Regulation of the WNT Pathway by TGFβ and DYRK2: Mechanisms of Disease and Signal Transduction
by Baskir, Rubin Sam, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2016: 97 pages; 13834938.
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Using transcriptomics to identify targets of eyeless and signaling pathways in Drosophila eye development
by Ewongkem, Nfonsam Landry, Ph.D.  New Mexico State University. 2012: 253 pages; 3579915.
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Small-molecule probes to explore cancer
by Schaefer, Giannina Ines, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2014: 218 pages; 3627119.
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Therapeutic Inhibition of the WNT Signaling Pathway to Promote Regenerative Repair of Tissue Injury
by Bastakoty, Dikshya, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2016: 169 pages; 13834939.
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The Evolution of Steroid Receptors and Their Role in Chondrichthyan Sexually Dimorphic Development
by O'Shaughnessy, Katherine Lynn, Ph.D.  University of Florida. 2015: 190 pages; 10679159.
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Identifying mechanisms regulating Wnt signaling during postembryonic development
by Alexandre, Kelly Marie, M.S.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2009: 37 pages; 1467325.
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Transforming Growth Factor βs and Patterning of Stem Cell Domains in Sensory Epithelia
by Hollenbeck-Nicolosi, Piper L. W., Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2011: 366 pages; 3488164.
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Generation of neocortical diversity through spatial and temporal beta-catenin signaling gradients
by Mutch, Christopher A., Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2009: 180 pages; 3386518.
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Identifying Mist1 regulated genes in pancreatic acinar cell homeostasis and carcinogenesis
by DiRenzo, Daniel Michael, Ph.D.  Purdue University. 2012: 222 pages; 3544125.
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Jun signaling during Drosophila development
by Jud, Molly Christine, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2016: 157 pages; 10130207.
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The Roles of WT1 and BASP1 in the Development and Maintenance of the Posterior Taste Field
by Gao, Yankun, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2018: 149 pages; 10789662.
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The ESCRT machinery, required for endosomal trafficking, is a pH-signaling platform
by Boysen, Jacob, Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2008: 195 pages; 3348428.
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Bmp, Edn1, and Wnt signaling regulates dorsal-ventral patterning of the craniofacial skeleton
by Alexander, Courtney Lynn, Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2012: 130 pages; 3547284.
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