Catalogo Articoli (Spogli Riviste)

HELP
ATTENZIONE: attualmente gli articoli Current Contents (fonte ISI) a partire dall'anno 2002 sono consultabili sulla Risorsa On-Line

Le informazioni sugli articoli di fonte ISI sono coperte da copyright

La ricerca find articoli where soggetti phrase all words 'EARLY NEUROGENESIS' sort by level,fasc_key/DESCEND, pagina_ini_num/ASCEND ha restituito 140 riferimenti
Si mostrano 100 riferimenti a partire da 1
Selezionare un intervallo

Per ulteriori informazioni selezionare i riferimenti di interesse.

    1. Reichert, H; Simeone, A
      Developmental genetics evidence for a monophyletic origin of the bilaterian brain

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Ramain, P; Khechumian, K; Seugnet, L; Arbogast, N; Ackermann, C; Heitzler, P
      Novel Notch alleles reveal a Deltex-dependent pathway repressing neural fate

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    3. Boutla, A; Delidakis, C; Livadaras, I; Tsagris, M; Tabler, M
      Short 5 '-phosphorylated double-stranded RNAs induce RNA interference in Drosophila

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    4. Brewster, R; Hardiman, K; Deo, M; Khan, S; Bodmer, R
      The selector gene cut represses a neural cell fate that is specified independently of the Achaete-Scute-Complex and atonal

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Wang, XK; Emelyanov, A; Sleptsova-Friedrich, I; Korzh, V; Gong, ZY
      Expression of two novel zebrafish iroquois homologues (ziro1 and ziro5) during early development of axial structures and central nervous system

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    6. Lopez-Schier, H; St Johnston, D
      Delta signaling from the germ line controls the proliferation and differentiation of the somatic follicle cells during Drosophila oogenesis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    7. Dohle, W
      Are the insects terrestrial crustaceans? A discussion of some new facts and arguments and the proposal of the proper name 'Tetraconata' for the monophyletic unit Crustacea plus Hexapoda

      ANNALES DE LA SOCIETE ENTOMOLOGIQUE DE FRANCE
    8. Callaerts, P; Leng, S; Clements, J; Benassayag, C; Cribbs, D; Kang, YY; Walldorf, U; Fischbach, KF; Strauss, R
      Drosophila Pax-6/eyeless is essential for normal adult brain structure andfunction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    9. Gerberding, M; Scholtz, G
      Neurons and glia in the midline of the higher crustacean Orchestia cavimana are generated via an invariant cell lineage that comprises a median neuroblast and glial progenitors

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Harzsch, S; Benton, J; Beltz, BS
      An unusual case of a mutant lobster embryo with double brain and double ventral nerve cord

      ARTHROPOD STRUCTURE & DEVELOPMENT
    11. Kuang, B; Wu, SCY; Shin, YA; Luo, LQ; Kolodziej, P
      split ends encodes large nuclear proteins that regulate neuronal cell fateand axon extension in the Drosophila embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Stollewerk, A
      Changes in cell shape in the ventral neuroectoderm of Drosophila melanogaster depend on the activity of the achaete-scute complex genes

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    13. Lammel, U; Saumweber, H
      X-linked loci of Drosophila melanogaster causing defects in the morphologyof the embryonic salivary glands

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    14. Scholtz, G
      Evolution of the nauplius stage in malacostracan crustaceans

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGICAL SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTIONARY RESEARCH
    15. Wang, WD; Lo, P; Frasch, M; Lufkin, T
      Hmx: an evolutionary conserved homeobox gene family expressed in the developing nervous system in mice and Drosophila

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    16. Nagel, AC; Apidianakis, Y; Wech, I; Maier, D; Delidakis, C; Preiss, A
      Neural hyperplasia induced by RNA interference with m4/m alpha gene activity

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    17. Zaffran, S; Das, G; Frasch, M
      The NK-2 homeobox gene scarecrow (scro) is expressed in pharynx, ventral nerve cord and brain of Drosophila embryos

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    18. Yao, J; Liu, YL; Lo, R; Tretjakoff, I; Peterson, A; Stifani, S
      Disrupted development of the cerebral hemispheres in transgenic mice expressing the mammalian Groucho homologue Transducin-like-Enhancer of split 1 in postmitotic neurons

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    19. Hartmann, B; Hirth, F; Walldorf, U; Reichert, H
      Expression, regulation and function of the homeobox gene empty spiracles in brain and ventral nerve cord development of Drosophila

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    20. Yeh, E; Zhou, L; Rudzik, N; Boulianne, GL
      Neuralized functions cell autonomously to regulate Drosophila sense organ development

      EMBO JOURNAL
    21. Sahir, N; Bahi, N; Evrard, P; Gressens, P
      Caffeine induces in vivo premature appearance of telencephalic vesicles

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Feldman, JD; Vician, L; Crispino, M; Hoe, W; Baudry, M; Herschman, HR
      rTLE3, a newly identified transducin-like enhancer of split, is induced bydepolarization in brain

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    23. Graf, S; Ludwig, P; Boyan, G
      Lazarillo expression reveals a subset of neurons contributing to the primary axon scaffold of the embryonic brain of the grasshopper Schistocerca gregaria

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    24. Brody, T; Odenwald, WF
      Programmed transformations in neuroblast gene expression during DrosophilaCNS lineage development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    25. Davidson, LA; Keller, RE
      Neural tube closure in Xenopus laevis involves medial migration, directed protrusive activity, cell intercalation and convergent extension

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Wai, P; Truong, B; Bhat, KM
      Cell division genes promote asymmetric interaction between Numb and Notch in the Drosophila CNS

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Duman-Scheel, M; Patel, NH
      Analysis of molecular marker expression reveals neuronal homology in distantly related arthropods

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Gerberding, M; Scholtz, G
      Cell lineage of the midline cells in the amphipod crustacean Orchestia cavimana (Crustacea, Malacostraca) during formation and separation of the germband

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    29. Apidianakis, Y; Nagel, AC; Chalkiadaki, A; Preiss, A; Delidakis, C
      Overexpression of the m4 and m alpha genes of the E(spl)-Complex antagonizes Notch mediated lateral inhibition

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    30. Jennings, BH; Tyler, DM; Bray, SJ
      Target specificities of Drosophila enhancer of split basic helix-loop-helix proteins

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Hirth, F; Reichert, H
      Conserved genetic programs in insect and mammalian brain development

      BIOESSAYS
    32. Skeath, JB
      At the nexus between pattern formation and cell-type specification: the generation of individual neuroblast fates in the Drosophila embryonic centralnervous system

      BIOESSAYS
    33. Lee, CM; Yu, DS; Crews, ST; Kim, SH
      The CNS midline cells and spitz class genes are required for proper patterning of Drosophila ventral neuroectoderm

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. Eberhard, D; Busslinger, M
      The partial homeodomain of the transcription factor Pax-5 (BSAP) is an interaction motif for the retinoblastoma and TATA binding proteins

      CANCER RESEARCH
    35. HARTMANN B; REICHERT H
      THE GENETICS OF EMBRYONIC BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences (Print)
    36. KURANT E; PAI CY; SHARF R; HALACHMI N; SUN YH; SALZBERG A
      DORSOFONALS HOMOTHORAX, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF MEIS1, INTERACTS WITH EXTRADENTICLE IN PATTERNING OF THE EMBRYONIC PNS/

      Development
    37. SKEATH JB
      THE DROSOPHILA EGF RECEPTOR CONTROLS THE FORMATION AND SPECIFICATION OF NEUROBLASTS ALONG THE DORSAL-VENTRAL AXIS OF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Development
    38. DUMSTREI K; NASSIF C; ABBOUD G; ARYAI A; ARYAI A; HARTENSTEIN V
      EGFR SIGNALING IS REQUIRED FOR THE DIFFERENTIATION AND MAINTENANCE OFNEURAL PROGENITORS ALONG THE DORSAL MIDLINE OF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYONIC HEAD

      Development
    39. DYE CA; LEE JK; ATKINSON RC; BREWSTER R; HAN PL; BELLEN HJ
      THE DROSOPHILA SANPODO GENE CONTROLS SIBLING CELL FATE AND ENCODES A TROPOMODULIN HOMOLOG, AN ACTIN TROPOMYOSIN-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN/

      Development
    40. SKEATH JB; DOE CQ
      SANPODO AND NOTCH ACT IN OPPOSITION TO NUMB TO DISTINGUISH SIBLING NEURON FATES IN THE DROSOPHILA CNS

      Development
    41. Brand, M
      Genetic analysis of early development of a vertebrate nervous system in the zebrafish, Danio rerio

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    42. MONGE I; MITCHELL PJ
      DAP-2, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR AP-2

      Mechanisms of development
    43. SEO HC; SAETRE BO; HAVIK B; ELLINGSEN S; FJOSE A
      THE ZEBRAFISH PAX3 AND PAX7 HOMOLOGS ARE HIGHLY CONSERVED, ENCODE MULTIPLE ISOFORMS AND SHOW DYNAMIC SEGMENT-LIKE EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING BRAIN

      Mechanisms of development
    44. Weiss, JB; Von Ohlen, T; Mellerick, DM; Dressler, G; Doe, CQ; Scott, MP
      Dorsoventral patterning in the Drosophila central nervous system: the intermediate neuroblasts defective homeobox gene specifies intermediate column identity

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    45. MODOLELL J; CAMPUZANO S
      THE ACHAETE-SCUTE COMPLEX AS AN INTEGRATING DEVICE

      The International journal of developmental biology
    46. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      THE GENETICS OF THE DROSOPHILA ACHAETE-SCUTE GENE-COMPLEX - A HISTORICAL APPRAISAL

      The International journal of developmental biology
    47. SAUNDERS HMH; KOIZUMI K; ODENWALD W; NIRENBERG M
      NEUROBLAST PATTERN-FORMATION - REGULATORY DNA THAT CONFERS THE VND NK-2 HOMEOBOX GENE PATTERN ON A REPORTER GENE IN TRANSGENIC LINES OF DROSOPHILA/

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    48. DOE CQ; FUERSTENBERG S; PENG CY
      NEURAL STEM-CELLS - FROM FLY TO VERTEBRATES

      Journal of neurobiology
    49. GRUSHKO T; RANTANEN M; PORTIN P
      DELTA-DUPLICATIONS ENHANCE NEGATIVE COMPLEMENTATION OF SOME ABRUPTEX ALLELES IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Hereditas
    50. YAO J; LIU YL; HUSAIN J; LO R; PALAPARTI A; HENDERSON J; STIFANI S
      COMBINATORIAL EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF INDIVIDUAL TLE PROTEINS DURING CELL DETERMINATION AND DIFFERENTIATION SUGGEST NONREDUNDANT FUNCTIONS FOR MAMMALIAN HOMOLOGS OF DROSOPHILA GROUCHO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    51. URBAN J; TECHNAU GM
      CELL LINEAGE AND CELL FATE SPECIFICATION IN THE EMBRYONIC CNS OF DROSOPHILA

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    52. HINZ U
      ON THE FUNCTION OF PRONEURAL GENES IN DROSOPHILA

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    53. MODOLELL J
      PATTERNING OF THE ADULT PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF DROSOPHILA

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    54. YOUNG MW; WESLEY CS
      DIVERSE ROLES FOR THE NOTCH RECEPTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    55. YOUNOSSIHARTENSTEIN A; HARTENSTEIN V
      PATTERN, TIME OF BIRTH, AND MORPHOGENESIS OF SENSILLUM PROGENITORS INDROSOPHILA

      Microscopy research and technique
    56. SHARIEF FS; TSOI SCM; LI SSL
      CDNA CLONING AND GENOMIC ORGANIZATION OF ENHANCER OF SPLIT GROUCHO GENE FROM NEMATODE CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    57. FLEMING RJ; PURCELL K; ARTAVANISTSAKONAS S
      THE NOTCH RECEPTOR AND ITS LIGANDS

      Trends in cell biology
    58. LEE JE
      BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX GENES IN NEURAL DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    59. STUTTEM I; CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      AUTONOMOUS AND NONAUTONOMOUS PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF NOTCH MUTANT-CELLS IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development, genes and evolution
    60. GIEBEL B; STUTTEM I; HINZ U; CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      LETHAL OF SCUTE REQUIRES OVEREXPRESSION OF DAUGHTERLESS TO ELICIT ECTOPIC NEURONAL DEVELOPMENT DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA

      Mechanisms of development
    61. WILSON PA; HEMMATIBRIVANLOU A
      VERTEBRATE NEURAL INDUCTION - INDUCERS, INHIBITORS, AND A NEW SYNTHESIS

      Neuron
    62. BALCZAREK KA; LAI ZC; KUMAR S
      EVOLUTION AND FUNCTIONAL DIVERSIFICATION OF THE PAIRED BOX (PAX) DNA-BINDING DOMAINS

      Molecular biology and evolution
    63. CHOUDHURY BK; KIM J; KUNG HF; LI SSL
      CLONING AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF XENOPUS CDNAS ENCODING THE ENHANCER OF SPLIT GROUCHO AND RELATED PROTEINS

      Gene
    64. HASSAN B; VAESSIN H
      DAUGHTERLESS IS REQUIRED FOR THE EXPRESSION OF CELL-CYCLE GENES IN PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM PRECURSORS OF DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Developmental genetics
    65. ALIFRAGIS P; POORTINGA G; PARKHURST SM; DELIDAKIS C
      A NETWORK OF INTERACTING TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS INVOLVED IN DROSOPHILA NEURAL FATE SPECIFICATION REVEALED BY THE YEAST 2-HYBRID SYSTEM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    66. WHITINGTON PM
      EVOLUTION OF NEURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE ARTHROPODS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    67. SKEATH JB; DOE CQ
      THE ACHAETE-SCUTE COMPLEX PRONEURAL GENES CONTRIBUTE TO NEURAL PRECURSOR SPECIFICATION IN THE DROSOPHILA CNS

      Current biology
    68. BAKER NE; YU S; HAN D
      EVOLUTION OF PRONEURAL ATONAL EXPRESSION DURING DISTINCT REGULATORY PHASES IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE

      Current biology
    69. KOPAN R; TURNER DL
      THE NOTCH PATHWAY - DEMOCRACY AND ARISTOCRACY IN THE SELECTION OF CELL FATE

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    70. DECELIS JF; DECELIS J; LIGOXYGAKIS P; PREISS A; DELIDAKIS C; BRAY S
      FUNCTIONAL-RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN NOTCH, SU(H) AND THE BHLH GENES OF THE E(SPL) COMPLEX - THE E(SPL) GENES MEDIATE ONLY A SUBSET OF NOTCH ACTIVITIES DURING IMAGINAL DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    71. MANSOURI A; STOYKOVA A; TORRES M; GRUSS P
      DYSGENESIS OF CEPHALIC NEURAL CREST DERIVATIVES IN PAX7(- -) MUTANT MICE/

      Development
    72. HEITZLER P; BOUROUIS M; RUEL L; CARTERET C; SIMPSON P
      GENES OF THE ENHANCER OF SPLIT AND ACHAETE-SCUTE COMPLEXES ARE REQUIRED FOR A REGULATORY LOOP BETWEEN NOTCH AND DELTA DURING LATERAL SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    73. ROMANI S; JIMENEZ F; HOCH M; PATEL NH; TAUBERT H; JACKLE H
      KRUPPEL, A DROSOPHILA SEGMENTATION GENE, PARTICIPATES IN THE SPECIFICATION OF NEURONS AND GLIAL-CELLS

      Mechanisms of development
    74. LARDELLI M; WILLIAMS R; MITSIADIS T; LENDAHL U
      EXPRESSION OF THE NOTCH-3 INTRACELLULAR DOMAIN IN MOUSE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM PROGENITOR CELLS IS LETHAL AND LEADS TO DISTURBED NEURAL-TUBE DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    75. PEREZ SE; STELLER H
      MOLECULAR AND GENETIC ANALYSES OF LAMA, AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED GENE EXPRESSED IN THE PRECURSORS OF THE DROSOPHILA FIRST OPTIC GANGLION

      Mechanisms of development
    76. XIAO H; HRDLICKA LA; NAMBU JR
      ALTERNATE FUNCTIONS OF THE SINGLE-MINDED AND RHOMBOID GENES IN DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA VENTRAL NEUROECTODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    77. WANG WD; CHEN XW; XU H; LUFKIN T
      MSX3 - A NOVEL MURINE HOMOLOG OF THE DROSOPHILA MSH HOMEOBOX GENE RESTRICTED TO THE DORSAL EMBRYONIC CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    78. DALESSIO M; FRASCH M
      MSH MAY PLAY A CONSERVED ROLE IN DORSOVENTRAL PATTERNING OF THE NEUROECTODERM AND MESODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    79. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      NUMB DIVERTS NOTCH PATHWAY OFF THE TRAMTRACK

      Neuron
    80. NAKAO K; CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      PERSISTENT EXPRESSION OF GENES OF THE ENHANCER OF SPLIT COMPLEX SUPPRESSES NEURAL DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Neuron
    81. KIM CH; UESHIMA E; MURAOKA O; TANAKA H; YEO SY; HUH TL; MIKI N
      ZEBRAFISH ELAV HUC HOMOLOG AS A VERY EARLY NEURONAL MARKER/

      Neuroscience letters
    82. FISHER AL; OHSAKO S; CAUDY M
      THE WRPW MOTIF OF THE HAIRY-RELATED BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX REPRESSOR PROTEINS ACTS AS A 4-AMINO-ACID TRANSCRIPTION REPRESSION AND PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTION DOMAIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    83. WEHR R; GRUSS P
      PAX AND VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      The International journal of developmental biology
    84. PHELPS DE; DRESSLER GR
      IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL PAX-2 BINDING-SITES BY CHROMATIN PRECIPITATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    85. VERHEYEN EM; PURCELL KJ; FORTINI ME; ARTAVANISTSAKONAS S
      ANALYSIS OF DOMINANT ENHANCERS AND SUPPRESSORS OF ACTIVATED NOTCH IN DROSOPHILA

      Genetics
    86. BROWN NL; PADDOCK SW; SATTLER CA; CRONMILLER C; THOMAS BJ; CARROLL SB
      DAUGHTERLESS IS REQUIRED FOR DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR CELL DETERMINATION, EYE MORPHOGENESIS, AND CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION

      Developmental biology
    87. MALLO M; GENDRONMAGUIRE M; HARBISON ML; GRIDLEY T
      PROTEIN CHARACTERIZATION AND TARGETED DISRUPTION OF GRG, A MOUSE GENE-RELATED TO THE GROUCHO TRANSCRIPT OF THE DROSOPHILA ENHANCER OF SPLITCOMPLEX

      Developmental dynamics
    88. ESPESETH A; JOHNSON E; KINTNER C
      XENOPUS F-CADHERIN, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE CADHERIN FAMILY OF CELL-ADHESION MOLECULES, IS EXPRESSED AT BOUNDARIES IN THE NEURAL-TUBE

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    89. SAITO T; GREENWOOD A; SUN Q; ANDERSON DJ
      IDENTIFICATION BY DIFFERENTIAL RT-PCR OF A NOVEL PAIRED HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN SPECIFICALLY EXPRESSED IN SENSORY NEURONS AND A SUBSET OF THEIRCNS TARGETS

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    90. GONZALEZGAITAN M; JACKLE H
      INVAGINATION CENTERS WITHIN THE DROSOPHILA STOMATOGASTRIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM ANLAGE ARE POSITIONED BY NOTCH-MEDIATED SIGNALING WHICH IS SPATIALLY CONTROLLED THROUGH WINGLESS

      Development
    91. MATSUNO K; DIEDERICH RJ; GO MJ; BLAUMUELLER CM; ARTAVANISTSAKONAS S
      DELTEX ACTS AS A POSITIVE REGULATOR OF NOTCH SIGNALING THROUGH INTERACTIONS WITH THE NOTCH ANKYRIN REPEATS

      Development
    92. EMERY JF; BIER E
      SPECIFICITY OF CNS AND PNS REGULATORY SUBELEMENTS COMPRISING PAN-NEURAL ENHANCERS OF THE DEADPAN AND SCRATCH GENES IS ACHIEVED BY REPRESSION

      Development
    93. JENNINGS B; DECELIS J; DELIDAKIS C; PREISS A; BRAY S
      ROLE OF NOTCH AND ACHAETE-SCUTE COMPLEX IN THE EXPRESSION OF ENHANCEROF SPLIT BHLH PROTEINS

      Development
    94. THERIANOS S; LEUZINGER S; HIRTH F; GOODMAN CS; REICHERT H
      EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA BRAIN - FORMATION OF COMMISSURAL AND DESCENDING PATHWAYS

      Development
    95. HUANG F; VANHELDEN J; DAMBLYCHAUDIERE C; GHYSEN A
      CONTRIBUTION OF THE GENE EXTRAMACROCHAETAE TO THE PRECISE POSITIONINGOF BRISTLES IN DROSOPHILA

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    96. NEAVE B; RODAWAY A; WILSON SW; PATIENT R; HOLDER N
      EXPRESSION OF ZEBRAFISH GATA-3 (GTA3) DURING GASTRULATION AND NEURULATION SUGGESTS A ROLE IN THE SPECIFICATION OF CELL FATE

      Mechanisms of development
    97. TATA F; HARTLEY DA
      INHIBITION OF CELL FATE IN DROSOPHILA BY ENHANCER OF SPLIT GENES

      Mechanisms of development
    98. BAILEY AM; POSAKONY JW
      SUPPRESSOR OF HAIRLESS DIRECTLY ACTIVATES TRANSCRIPTION OF ENHANCER OF SPLIT COMPLEX GENES IN RESPONSE TO NOTCH RECEPTOR ACTIVITY

      Genes & development
    99. CARMENA A; BATE M; JIMENEZ F
      LETHAL OF SCUTE, A PRONEURAL GENE, PARTICIPATES IN THE SPECIFICATION OF MUSCLE PROGENITORS DURING DROSOPHILA EMBRYOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    100. HOLLENBERG SM; STERNGLANZ R; CHENG PF; WEINTRAUB H
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW FAMILY OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC BASIC HELIX-LOOP-HELIX PROTEINS WITH A 2-HYBRID SYSTEM

      Molecular and cellular biology


ASDD Area Sistemi Dipartimentali e Documentali, Università di Bologna, Catalogo delle riviste ed altri periodici
Documento generato il 04/08/20 alle ore 22:49:03