Guillermo Oliver

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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, United States 
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Oliver G. (2021) Lymphatic endothelial cell fate specification in the mammalian embryo: An historical perspective. Developmental Biology. 482: 44-54
Liu X, Gu X, Ma W, et al. (2018) Rasip1 controls lymphatic vessel lumen maintenance by regulating endothelial cell junctions. Development (Cambridge, England)
Pichol-Thievend C, Betterman KL, Liu X, et al. (2018) A blood capillary plexus-derived population of progenitor cells contributes to genesis of the dermal lymphatic vasculature during embryonic development. Development (Cambridge, England). 145
Gil HJ, Ma W, Oliver G. (2018) A novel Podoplanin-GFPCre mouse strain for gene deletion in lymphatic endothelial cells. Genesis (New York, N.Y. : 2000)
Takata N, Abbey D, Fiore L, et al. (2017) An Eye Organoid Approach Identifies Six3 Suppression of R-spondin 2 as a Critical Step in Mouse Neuroretina Differentiation. Cell Reports. 21: 1534-1549
Ma W, Oliver G. (2017) Lymphatic Endothelial Cell Plasticity in Development and Disease. Physiology (Bethesda, Md.). 32: 444-452
Srinivasan RS, Escobedo N, Yang Y, et al. (2014) The Prox1-Vegfr3 feedback loop maintains the identity and the number of lymphatic endothelial cell progenitors. Genes & Development. 28: 2175-87
Yang Y, García-Verdugo JM, Soriano-Navarro M, et al. (2012) Lymphatic endothelial progenitors bud from the cardinal vein and intersomitic vessels in mammalian embryos. Blood. 120: 2340-8
Srinivasan RS, Geng X, Yang Y, et al. (2010) The nuclear hormone receptor Coup-TFII is required for the initiation and early maintenance of Prox1 expression in lymphatic endothelial cells. Genes & Development. 24: 696-707
Johnson NC, Dillard ME, Baluk P, et al. (2008) Lymphatic endothelial cell identity is reversible and its maintenance requires Prox1 activity. Genes & Development. 22: 3282-91
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