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Review Articles

  1. Oliver, G., Kipnis, J., Randolph, G.J., and Harvey, N.L. (2020). The Lymphatic Vasculature in the 21st Century: Novel Functional Roles in Homeostasis and Disease. Cell 182, 270-296.
  2. Ma, W., & Oliver, G. (2017). Lymphatic Endothelial Cell Plasticity in Development and Disease. Physiology32(6), 444-452.
  3. Escobedo, N., & Oliver, G. (2017). The Lymphatic Vasculature: Its Role in Adipose Metabolism and Obesity. Cell Metabolism.
  4. Escobedo, N., & Oliver, G. (2015). Lymphangiogenesis: Origin, Specification, and Cell Fate Determination. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-cellbio-111315-124944
  5. Yang Y and Oliver, G. (2014). Development of the Lymphatic Vasculature. J Clin Invest 124(3):888-97. doi: 10.1172/JCI71609.
  6. Yang, Y. and Oliver, G (2014). Transcriptional Control of Lymphatic Endothelial Cell Type Specification (F. Kiefer and S. Schulte-Merker (eds.), Developmental Aspects of the Lymphatic Vascular System, Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology 214, DOI 10.1007/978-3-7091-1646-3_2, © Springer-Verlag Wien 2014).
  7. Geng, X and Oliver, G. (2010). Elucidating the molecular characteristics of organogenesis in human embryos. Genome Biology 11:130. PMCID: PMC2689134
  8. Wang, Y. and Oliver, G. (2010). Current views on the function of the lymphatic vasculature in health and disease. Genes & Dev 24, 2115-2126.
  9. Oliver, G and Srinivasan, S. (2010). Endothelial cell plasticity: how to become and remain a lymphatic endothelial cell. Invited review article. Development, 137, 363-372.
  10. Geng, X. and Oliver, G. (2009). Pathogenesis of holoproscencephaly. J Clin Invest 119, 1403-1413.
  11. Johnson, N., and Oliver, G. (2009). Insight into lymphatic vasculature development. In “Lymphangiogenesis in Cancer Metastasis” (Springer).
  12. Oliver, G. and Srinivasan, S. (2008). Lymphatic Vascular Development: Current concepts. Ann NY Acad Sci, 1131, 75-81.
  13. Oliver, G. and Alitalo, K. (2005). The Lymphatic Vasculature: Recent Progress and Paradigms. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev Biol 10:457-483.
  14. Harvey, N. & Oliver, G (2004). Choose your fate: artery, vein or lymphatic vessel? Curr.Opin Genet Dev 14, 499-505.
  15. Oliver, G. (2004). Lymphatic vasculature development. Nat Rev Immun, 4, 35-45.
  16. Oliver, G. and Harvey, N. (2002). A stepwise model of the development of lymphatic vasculature. (review chapter for The Lymphatic Continuum, Ann.N.Y. Acad Sci, 979, 159-165.
  17. Oliver, G., and Detmar, M. (2002). The rediscovery of the lymphatic system: New and old insights into the development and biological function of the lymphatic vasculature. Genes & Dev 16, 773-783
  18. Oliver, G and Gruss, P. (1997) Current views on eye development. Trends in Neurosc, 20, 415-421.
  19. De Robertis, E.M., Oliver, G., & Wright, C.V.E.(1990). Homeobox genes and the analysis of vertebrate development. Scientific American 263, 46-52.
  20. Wright, C.V.E., Cho, K.W.Y., Oliver, G., & De Robertis, E.M. (1989). Vertebrate homeodomain proteins: Families of region-specific transcription factors. Trends Biochem. Sci. 14, 52-56.