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Development (2017) 144 (8): 1382–1398.
Published: 15 April 2017
...Roxanne Toivanen; Michael M. Shen Prostate organogenesis is a complex process that is primarily mediated by the presence of androgens and subsequent mesenchyme-epithelial interactions. The investigation of prostate development is partly driven by its potential relevance to prostate cancer...
Development (2007) 134 (3): 557–565.
Published: 1 February 2007
...Sheri L. Kuslak; Joshua L. Thielen; Paul C. Marker The mouse seminal vesicle shape (svs) mutation is a spontaneous recessive mutation that causes branching morphogenesis defects in the prostate gland and seminal vesicles. Unlike many other mutations that reduce prostatic and/or seminal vesicle...
Nan Gao, Kenichiro Ishii, Janni Mirosevich, Satoru Kuwajima, Stacey R. Oppenheimer, Richard L. Roberts, Ming Jiang, Xiuping Yu, Scott B. Shappell, Richard M. Caprioli, Markus Stoffel, Simon W. Hayward, Robert J. Matusik
Development (2005) 132 (15): 3431–3443.
Published: 1 August 2005
... with androgen signaling and controls prostate differentiated response. Here, we show the mouse Foxa1 expression marks the entire embryonic urogenital sinus epithelium (UGE), contrasting with Shh and Foxa2, which are restricted to the basally located cells during prostate budding. The Foxa1-deficient mouse...
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Development (2003) 130 (10): 2061–2069.
Published: 15 May 2003
...Kyriakos D. Economides; Mario R. Capecchi The murine prostate is a structure that is made up of four distinct lobes;the dorsal and lateral prostates (often grouped together as the dorsolateral prostate), the anterior (coagulating gland) and the ventral prostate. Previous work has implicated Hox...
Development (2002) 129 (8): 1905–1912.
Published: 15 April 2002
...Axel A. Thomson; Barry G. Timms; Lesley Barton; Gerald R. Cunha; Oliver C. Grace We have examined the role that smooth muscle plays during prostatic organogenesis and propose that differentiation of a smooth muscle layer regulates prostatic induction by controlling mesenchymal/epithelial...
Development (2000) 127 (19): 4277–4291.
Published: 1 October 2000
.... From the distribution pattern of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) in ERαβKO ovaries, it is unlikely that an elevated AMH level is the cause of Sertoli cell differentiation. Our results also show that cell proliferation in the prostate and urinary bladder of old ERβKO and ERαβKO males is apparently normal...
Development (1999) 126 (16): 3693–3701.
Published: 15 August 1999
...A. A. Thomson; G. R. Cunha We have examined the role of Fibroblast Growth Factor 10 (FGF10) during the growth and development of the rat ventral prostate (VP) and seminal vesicle (SV). FGF10 transcripts were abundant at the earliest stages of organ formation and during neonatal organ growth...
Development (1997) 124 (12): 2431–2439.
Published: 15 June 1997
... development of these organs, although the identity of these paracrine mediators is unknown. Keratinocyte growth factor (Kgf) has been shown to play an important role in the development of the mouse seminal vesicle and rat ventral prostate. Also, Kgf is expressed in mesenchymal cells and has been shown...
Development (1995) 121 (7): 2199–2207.
Published: 1 July 1995
... and urethral epithelium to form prostate (Donjacour, A. A. and Cunha, G. R. (1993) Endocrinol . 132, 2342-2350) and seminal vesicle mesenchyme can instructively induce epithelium from the ductus deferens and ureter (Cunha, G. R., Young, P., Higgins, S. J. and Cooke, P. S. (1991) Development 111, 145-158...