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2016
Vaidya HJayesh, Leon ABriones, C Blackburn C.  2016.  FOXN1 in thymus organogenesis and development.Eur J Immunol. 46(8):1826-37.
2014
Schultze FChristian, Andag R, Alwahsh SMohammad, Toncheva D, Maslyankov S, Yaramov N, von Ahsen N, Brandhorst G, Walson PD, Oellerich M et al..  2014.  FoxP3 demethylation is increased in human colorectal cancer and rat cholangiocarcinoma tissue.Clin Biochem. 47(3):201-5.
Bredenkamp N, Nowell CS, C Blackburn C.  2014.  Regeneration of the aged thymus by a single transcription factor.Development. 141(8):1627-37.
2013
Garfin PM, Min D, Bryson JL, Serwold T, Edris B, C Blackburn C, Richie ER, Weinberg KI, Manley NR, Sage J et al..  2013.  Inactivation of the RB family prevents thymus involution and promotes thymic function by direct control of Foxn1 expression.J Exp Med. 210(6):1087-97.
2011
Nowell CS, Bredenkamp N, Tetélin S, Jin X, Tischner C, Vaidya HJayesh, Sheridan JM, Stenhouse FH, Heussen R, Smith AG et al..  2011.  Foxn1 regulates lineage progression in cortical and medullary thymic epithelial cells but is dispensable for medullary sublineage divergence.PLoS Genet. 7(11):e1002348.
2003
Meunier D, Aubin J, Jeannotte L.  2003.  Perturbed thyroid morphology and transient hypothyroidism symptoms in Hoxa5 mutant mice.Dev Dyn. 227(3):367-78.
2001
Gordon J, Bennett AR, C Blackburn C, Manley NR.  2001.  Gcm2 and Foxn1 mark early parathyroid- and thymus-specific domains in the developing third pharyngeal pouch.Mech Dev. 103(1-2):141-3.