Frédéric Rosa

École normale supérieure Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
"Frédéric Rosa"
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Délot E, Kataoka H, Goutel C, et al. (1999) The BMP-related protein radar: a maintenance factor for dorsal neuroectoderm cells? Mechanisms of Development. 85: 15-25
Peyriéras N, Strähle U, Rosa F. (1998) Conversion of zebrafish blastomeres to an endodermal fate by TGF-β-related signalling Current Biology. 8: 783-786
Rissi M, Wittbrodt J, Délot E, et al. (1995) Zebrafish Radar: a new member of the TGF-beta superfamily defines dorsal regions of the neural plate and the embryonic retina. Mechanisms of Development. 49: 223-34
Wittbrodt J, Rosa FM. (1994) Disruption of mesoderm and axis formation in fish by ectopic expression of activin variants: the role of maternal activin. Genes & Development. 8: 1448-62
Roberts AB, Rosa F, Roche NS, et al. (1990) Isolation and characterization of TGF-β2 and TGF-β5 from medium conditioned by xenopus XTC cells Growth Factors. 2: 135-147
Roberts AB, Kondaiah P, Rosa F, et al. (1990) Mesoderm induction in Xenopus laevis distinguishes between the various TGF-beta isoforms. Growth Factors (Chur, Switzerland). 3: 277-86
Dawid IB, Sargent TD, Rosa F. (1990) The role of growth factors in embryonic induction in amphibians. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 24: 261-88
Dawid IB, Sargent TD, Rosa F. (1990) 9 The Role of Growth Factors in Embryonic Induction in Amphibians Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 24: 261-288
Rosa F, Roberts AB, Danielpour D, et al. (1988) Mesoderm induction in amphibians: the role of TGF-beta 2-like factors. Science (New York, N.Y.). 239: 783-5
Rosa F, Sargent TD, Rebbert ML, et al. (1988) Accumulation and decay of DG42 gene products follow a gradient pattern during Xenopus embryogenesis. Developmental Biology. 129: 114-23
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