Nigel Holder

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Holder N, Xu Q. (2008) The zebrafish: an overview of its early development. Methods in Molecular Biology (Clifton, N.J.). 461: 483-91
Hawkins TA, Haramis AP, Etard C, et al. (2008) The ATPase-dependent chaperoning activity of Hsp90a regulates thick filament formation and integration during skeletal muscle myofibrillogenesis. Development (Cambridge, England). 135: 1147-56
Teraoka H, Russell C, Regan J, et al. (2004) Hedgehog and Fgf signaling pathways regulate the development of tphR-expressing serotonergic raphe neurons in zebrafish embryos. Journal of Neurobiology. 60: 275-88
Barrios A, Poole RJ, Durbin L, et al. (2003) Eph/Ephrin signaling regulates the mesenchymal-to-epithelial transition of the paraxial mesoderm during somite morphogenesis. Current Biology : Cb. 13: 1571-82
Grandel H, Lun K, Rauch GJ, et al. (2002) Retinoic acid signalling in the zebrafish embryo is necessary during pre-segmentation stages to pattern the anterior-posterior axis of the CNS and to induce a pectoral fin bud. Development (Cambridge, England). 129: 2851-65
Cooke J, Moens C, Roth L, et al. (2001) Eph signalling functions downstream of Val to regulate cell sorting and boundary formation in the caudal hindbrain. Development (Cambridge, England). 128: 571-80
Williams JA, Barrios A, Gatchalian C, et al. (2000) Programmed cell death in zebrafish rohon beard neurons is influenced by TrkC1/NT-3 signaling. Developmental Biology. 226: 220-30
Holder N, Durbin L, Cooke J. (2000) Eph receptors and ephrins are key regulators of morphogenesis. Ernst Schering Research Foundation Workshop. 123-47
Williams JA, Holder N. (2000) Cell turnover in neuromasts of zebrafish larvae. Hearing Research. 143: 171-81
Durbin L, Sordino P, Barrios A, et al. (2000) Anteroposterior patterning is required within segments for somite boundary formation in developing zebrafish. Development (Cambridge, England). 127: 1703-13
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