Dagmar Wilhelm
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Retinoid signaling determines germ cell fate in mice
J Bowles, D Knight, C Smith, D Wilhelm, J Richman, S Mamiya, K Yashiro, ...
Science 312 (5773), 596-600, 2006
Sex determination and gonadal development in mammals
D Wilhelm, S Palmer, P Koopman
Physiological reviews, 2007
ATF‐2 is preferentially activated by stress‐activated protein kinases to mediate c‐jun induction in response to genotoxic agents.
H Van Dam, D Wilhelm, I Herr, A Steffen, P Herrlich, P Angel
The EMBO journal 14 (8), 1798-1811, 1995
Sox18 induces development of the lymphatic vasculature in mice
M Francois, A Caprini, B Hosking, F Orsenigo, D Wilhelm, C Browne, ...
Nature 456 (7222), 643-647, 2008
Stimulation of c-Jun activity by CBP: c-Jun residues Ser63/73 are required for CBP induced stimulation in vivo and CBP binding in vitro.
AJ Bannister, T Oehler, D Wilhelm, P Angel, T Kouzarides
Oncogene 11 (12), 2509-2514, 1995
Activation of CD95 (APO‐1/Fas) signaling by ceramide mediates cancer therapy‐induced apoptosis
I Herr, D Wilhelm, T Böhler, P Angel, KM Debatin
The EMBO journal, 1997
The Wilms tumor suppressor WT1 regulates early gonad development by activation of Sf1
D Wilhelm, C Englert
Genes & development 16 (14), 1839-1851, 2002
Sertoli cell differentiation is induced both cell-autonomously and through prostaglandin signaling during mammalian sex determination
D Wilhelm, F Martinson, S Bradford, MJ Wilson, AN Combes, A Beverdam, ...
Developmental biology 287 (1), 111-124, 2005
The level of intracellular glutathione is a key regulator for the induction of stress-activated signal transduction pathways including Jun N-terminal protein kinases and p38 …
D Wilhelm, K Bender, A Knebel, P Angel
Molecular and cellular biology, 1997
Epigenetic regulation of mouse sex determination by the histone demethylase Jmjd1a
S Kuroki, S Matoba, M Akiyoshi, Y Matsumura, H Miyachi, N Mise, K Abe, ...
Science 341 (6150), 1106-1109, 2013
SOX9 regulates prostaglandin D synthase gene transcription in vivo to ensure testis development
D Wilhelm, R Hiramatsu, H Mizusaki, L Widjaja, AN Combes, Y Kanai, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (14), 10553-10560, 2007
Expression of distinct RNAs from 3′ untranslated regions
TR Mercer, D Wilhelm, ME Dinger, G Solda, DJ Korbie, EA Glazov, ...
Nucleic acids research 39 (6), 2393-2403, 2011
A critical time window of Sry action in gonadal sex determination in mice
R Hiramatsu, S Matoba, M Kanai-Azuma, N Tsunekawa, Y Katoh-Fukui, ...
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 136 (1), 129-138, 2009
The makings of maleness: towards an integrated view of male sexual development
D Wilhelm, P Koopman
Nature Reviews Genetics 7 (8), 620-631, 2006
Sox genes and cancer
C Dong, D Wilhelm, P Koopman
Cytogenetic and genome research 105 (2-4), 442-447, 2004
Endothelial cell migration directs testis cord formation
AN Combes, D Wilhelm, T Davidson, E Dejana, V Harley, A Sinclair, ...
Developmental biology 326 (1), 112-120, 2009
SOX8 is expressed during testis differentiation in mice and synergizes with SF1 to activate the Amh promoter in vitro
G Schepers, M Wilson, D Wilhelm, P Koopman
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (30), 28101-28108, 2003
The Wilms' tumor gene Wt1 is required for normal development of the retina
KD Wagner, N Wagner, VPI Vidal, G Schley, D Wilhelm, A Schedl, ...
The EMBO journal, 2002
Loss of mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase kinase 4 (MAP3K4) reveals a requirement for MAPK signalling in mouse sex determination
D Bogani, P Siggers, R Brixey, N Warr, S Beddow, J Edwards, D Williams, ...
PLoS biology 7 (9), e1000196, 2009
Sox10 gain-of-function causes XX sex reversal in mice: implications for human 22q-linked disorders of sex development
JC Polanco, D Wilhelm, TL Davidson, D Knight, P Koopman
Human molecular genetics 19 (3), 506-516, 2010
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