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Zhang, Y.; Thornburg, C. K.; Stadler, H. S.; Ames, J. B. (2010). Backbone chemical shift assignments of mouse HOXA13 DNA binding domain bound to duplex DNA. Biomolecular NMR Assignments. 4: 97-99. (PDF)

Perez, W. D.; Weller, C. R.; Shou, S.; Stadler, H. S. (2010). Survival of Hoxa13 homozygous mutants reveals a novel role in digit patterning and appendicular skeletal development. Developmental Dynamics. 239: 446-57. (PDF)

Zhang, Y.; Thornburg, C. K.; Stadler, H. S.; Ames, J. B. (2009). 1H, 15N, and 13C chemical shift assignments of mouse HOXA13 DNA binding domain. Biomolecular NMR Assignments. 3: 199-201. (PDF)

Vranka, J.; Stadler, H. S.; Bachinger, H. P. (2009). Expression of Prolyl3-hydrolase genes in embryonic and adult mouse tissues. Cell Structure and Function. 34:97-104. (PDF)

Rinn, J. L.; Wang, J. K.; Allen, N.; Brugmann, S. A.; Mikels, A. J.; Liu, H.; Ridky, T. W.; Stadler, H. S.; Nusse, R.; Helms, J. A.; Chang, H. Y. (2008). A dermal HOX transcriptional program regulates site-specific epidermal fate. Genes & Development. 22:  303-307. (PDF)

Shaut, C. A. E.; Keene, D. R.; Sorensen, L. K.; Li, D. Y.; Stadler, H. S. (2008). HOXA13 Is Essential for Placental Vascular Patterning and Labyrinth Endothelial Specification. PLoS Genetics. 4. (PDF)

Shaut, C. A.; Saneyoshi, C.; Morgan, E. A.; Knosp, W. M.; Sexton, D. R.; Stadler, H. S. (2007). HOXA13 Directly Regulates EphA6 and EphA7 Expression in the Genital Tubercle Vascular Endothelia. Developmental Dynamics. 236:951-60. (PDF)

Knosp, W. M.; Saneyoshi, C.; Shou, S.; Bächinger, H. P.; Stadler, H. S. (2007). Elucidation, quantitative refinement, and in vivo utilization of the HOXA13 DNA binding site. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. (PDF)

Akiyama, H.; Stadler, H. S.; Martin, J. F.; Ishii, T. M.; Beachy, P.A.; Nakamura, T.; Crombrugghe, B. (2007). Misexpression of Sox9 in mouse limb bud mesenchyme induces polydactyly and rescues hypodactyly mice. Matrix Biology.(PDF)

Ng. P. Y.; Tang, Y.; Knosp, W. M.; Stadler, H. S.;Shaw, J. T. (2007). Synthesis of diverse lactam carboxamides leading to the discovery of a new transcription-factor inhibitor. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 46: 5352-55. (PDF)

Shou, S.; Scott, V.; Reed, C.; Hitzemann, R.; Stadler H. S. (2005). Transcriptome analysis of the murine forelimb and hindlimb autopod. Developmental Dynamics. 234: 74-89. (PDF)

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