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    1. Bai, JM; Chiu, WH; Wang, JC; Tzeng, TH; Perrimon, N; Hsu, JC
      The cell adhesion molecule Echinoid defines a new pathway that antagonizesthe Drosophila EGF receptor signaling pathway

      DEVELOPMENT
    2. Lukacsovich, T; Asztalos, Z; Awano, W; Baba, K; Kondo, S; Niwa, S; Yamamoto, D
      Dual-tagging gene trap of novel genes in Drosophila melanogaster

      GENETICS
    3. White-Cooper, H; Leroy, D; MacQueen, A; Fuller, MT
      Transcription of meiotic cell cycle and terminal differentiation genes depends on a conserved chromatin associated protein, whose nuclear localisation is regulated

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Boulton, SJ; Brook, A; Staehling-Hampton, K; Heitzler, P; Dyson, N
      A role for Ebi in neuronal cell cycle control

      EMBO JOURNAL
    5. Raabe, T
      The Sevenless signaling pathway: variations of a common theme

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    6. Rebay, I; Chen, FL; Hsiao, F; Kolodziej, PA; Kuang, BH; Laverty, T; Suh, C; Voas, M; Williams, A; Rubin, GM
      A genetic screen for novel components of the Ras/mitogen-activated proteinkinase signaling pathway that interact with the yan gene of Drosophila identifies split ends, a new RNA recognition motif-containing protein

      GENETICS
    7. Stronach, BE; Perrimon, N
      Stress signaling in Drosophila

      ONCOGENE
    8. Kramer, S; Okabe, M; Hacohen, N; Krasnow, MA; Hiromi, Y
      Sprouty: a common antagonist of FGF and EGF signaling pathways in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Price, MD; Lai, ZC
      The yan gene is highly conserved in Drosophila and its expression suggestsa complex role throughout development

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    10. Agnes, F; Noselli, S
      Dorsal closure in drosophila. A genetic model for wound healing?

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    11. Le Gallic, L; Sgouras, D; Beal, G; Mavrothalassitis, G
      Transcriptional repressor ERF is a Ras/mitogen-activated protein kinase target that regulates cellular proliferation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Ducret, C; Maira, SM; Dierich, A; Wasylyk, B
      The net repressor is regulated by nuclear export in response to anisomycin, UV, and heat shock

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Casci, T; Freeman, M
      Control of EGF receptor signalling: Lessons from fruitflies

      CANCER AND METASTASIS REVIEWS
    14. Lopez, R; Carron, C; Oury, C; Gardellin, P; Bernard, O; Ghysdael, J
      TEL is a sequence-specific transcriptional repressor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. MAGER AM; GRAPINBOTTON A; LADJALI K; MEYER D; WOLFF CM; STIEGLER P; BONNIN MA; REMY P
      THE AVIAN FLI GENE IS SPECIFICALLY EXPRESSED DURING EMBRYOGENESIS IN A SUBSET OF NEURAL CREST CELLS GIVING RISE TO MESENCHYME

      The International journal of developmental biology
    16. NOSELLI S
      JNK SIGNALING AND MORPHOGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA

      Trends in genetics
    17. HAYASHI T; KOJIMA T; SAIGO K
      SPECIFICATION OF PRIMARY PIGMENT CELL AND OUTER PHOTORECEPTOR FATES BY BARH1 HOMEOBOX GENE IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE

      Developmental biology (Print)
    18. MARTINBLANCO E
      REGULATION OF CELL-DIFFERENTIATION BY THE DROSOPHILA JUN KINASE CASCADE

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    19. LIU DR; PAVLOPOULOS E; MODI W; MOSCHONAS N; MAVROTHALASSITIS G
      ERF - GENOMIC ORGANIZATION, CHROMOSOMAL LOCALIZATION AND PROMOTER ANALYSIS OF THE HUMAN AND MOUSE GENES

      Oncogene
    20. ISAKSSON A; PEVERALI FA; KOCKEL L; MLODZIK M; BOHMANN D
      THE DEUBIQUITINATION ENZYME FAT FACETS NEGATIVELY REGULATES RTK RAS/MAPK SIGNALING DURING DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT/

      Mechanisms of development
    21. SCHOLZ H; SADLOWSKI E; KLAES A; KLAMBT C
      CONTROL OF MIDLINE GLIA DEVELOPMENT IN THE EMBRYONIC DROSOPHILA CNS (VOL 62, PG 79, 1997)

      Mechanisms of development
    22. SCHOLZ H; SADLOWSKI E; KLAES A; KLAMBT C
      CONTROL OF MIDLINE GLIA DEVELOPMENT IN THE EMBRYONIC DROSOPHILA CNS

      Mechanisms of development
    23. CHANG HC; RUBIN GM
      14-3-3-EPSILON POSITIVELY REGULATES RAS-MEDIATED SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA

      Genes & development
    24. KUMAR J; MOSES K
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN EYE DEVELOPMENT - A GORGEOUS MOSAIC

      Genes & development
    25. RIESGOESCOVAR JR; HAFEN E
      DROSOPHILA JUN KINASE REGULATES EXPRESSION OF DECAPENTAPLEGIC VIA THEETS-DOMAIN PROTEIN-AOP AND AP-1-TRANSCRIPTION-FACTOR-DJUN DURING DORSAL CLOSURE

      Genes & development
    26. NEWBERRY EP; WILLIS D; LATIFI T; BOUDREAUX JM; TOWLER DA
      FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR SIGNALING ACTIVATES THE HUMAN INTERSTITIAL COLLAGENASE PROMOTER VIA THE BIPARTITE ETS-AP1 ELEMENT

      Molecular endocrinology
    27. GIOVANE A; SOBIESZCZUK P; AYADI A; MAIRA SM; WASYLYK B
      NET-B, A RAS-INSENSITIVE FACTOR THAT FORMS TERNARY COMPLEXES WITH SERUM RESPONSE FACTOR ON THE SERUM RESPONSE ELEMENT OF THE FOS PROMOTER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    28. SCHWEITZER R; SHILO BZ
      1001 ROLES FOR THE DROSOPHILA EGF RECEPTOR

      Trends in genetics
    29. TANG AH; NEUFELD TP; KWAN E; RUBIN GM
      PHYL ACTS TO DOWN-REGULATE TTK88, A TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR OF NEURONAL CELL FATES, BY A SINA-DEPENDENT MECHANISM

      Cell
    30. LI SH; LI Y; CARTHEW RW; LAI ZC
      PHOTORECEPTOR CELL-DIFFERENTIATION REQUIRES REGULATED PROTEOLYSIS OF THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSOR TRAMTRACK

      Cell
    31. RUBIN GM; CHANG HC; KARIM F; LAVERTY T; MICHAUD NR; MORRISON DK; REBAY I; TANG A; THERRIEN M; WASSARMAN DA
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION DOWNSTREAM FROM RAS IN DROSOPHILA

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    32. LAI ZC; FETCHKO M; LI Y
      REPRESSION OF DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR CELL FATE THROUGH COOPERATIVE ACTION OF 2 TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSORS YAN AND TRAMTRACK

      Genetics
    33. DOMINGUEZ M; HAFEN E
      GENETIC DISSECTION OF CELL FATE SPECIFICATION IN THE DEVELOPING EYE OF DROSOPHILA

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    34. BERNARD OA; ROMANA SP; POIREL H; BERGER R
      MOLECULAR CYTOGENETICS OF T(12-21)(P13-Q22)

      Leukemia & lymphoma
    35. BELL B; SADOWSKI I
      RAS-RESPONSIVENESS OF THE HIV-1 LTR REQUIRES RBF-1 AND RBF-2 BINDING-SITES

      Oncogene
    36. GABAY L; SCHOLZ H; GOLEMBO M; KLAES A; SHILO BZ; KLAMBT C
      EGF RECEPTOR SIGNALING INDUCES POINTED P1 TRANSCRIPTION AND INACTIVATES YAN PROTEIN IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYONIC VENTRAL ECTODERM

      Development
    37. HUANG YZ; FISCHERVIZE JA
      UNDIFFERENTIATED CELLS IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE INFLUENCE FACET ASSEMBLY AND REQUIRE THE FAT FACETS UBIQUITIN-SPECIFIC PROTEASE

      Development
    38. YAMAMOTO D; NIHONMATSU I; MATSUO T; MIYAMOTO H; KONDO S; HIRATA K; IKEGAMI Y
      GENETIC INTERACTIONS OF POKKURI WITH 7 IN-ABSENTIA, TRAMTRACK AND DOWNSTREAM COMPONENTS OF THE SEVENLESS PATHWAY IN R7 PHOTORECEPTOR INDUCTION IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    39. KAUFFMANN RC; LI SH; GALLAGHER PA; ZHANG JJ; CARTHEW RW
      RAS1 SIGNALING AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL COMPETENCE IN THE R7 CELL OF DROSOPHILA

      Genes & development
    40. LEE CHJ; DELLA NG; CHEW CE; ZACK DJ
      RIN, A NEURON-SPECIFIC AND CALMODULIN-BINDING SMALL G-PROTEIN, AND RIT DEFINE A NOVEL SUBFAMILY OF RAS PROTEINS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. BRADFORD AP; CONRAD KE; TRAN PH; OSTROWSKI MC; GUTIERREZHARTMANN A
      GHF-1 PIT-1 FUNCTIONS AS A CELL-SPECIFIC INTEGRATOR OF RAS SIGNALING BY TARGETING THE RAS PATHWAY TO A COMPOSITE ETS-1/GHF-1 RESPONSE ELEMENT/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    42. OELLERS N; HAFEN E
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION OF ROLLED(SEM), AN ACTIVATED FORM OF DROSOPHILA MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    43. DICKSON BJ; VANDERSTRATEN A; DOMINGUEZ M; HAFEN E
      MUTATIONS MODULATING RAF SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT

      Genetics
    44. QUANG CT; PIRONIN M; VONLINDERN M; BEUG H; GHYSDAEL J
      SPI-1 AND MUTANT P53 REGULATE DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF THE PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION CONTROL OF PRIMARY ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      Oncogene
    45. ROGGE R; GREEN PJ; URANO J; HORNSABAN S; MLODZIK M; SHILO BZ; HARTENSTEIN V; BANERJEE U
      THE ROLE OF YAN IN MEDIATING THE CHOICE BETWEEN CELL-DIVISION AND DIFFERENTIATION

      Development
    46. SATO Y; SUTO Y; PIETENPOL J; GOLUB TR; GILLILAND DG; DAVIS EM; LEBEAU MM; ROBERTS JM; VOGELSTEIN B; ROWLEY JD; BOHLANDER SK
      TEL AND KIP1 DEFINE THE SMALLEST REGION OF DELETIONS ON 12P13 IN HEMATOPOIETIC MALIGNANCIES

      Blood
    47. YAMAMOTO D
      SIGNALING MECHANISMS IN INDUCTION OF THE R7 PHOTORECEPTOR IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA RETINA

      BioEssays
    48. SIMON MA
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA R7 PHOTORECEPTOR

      Developmental biology
    49. YAMAMOTO D
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SIGNALING MECHANISMS IN THE REGULATION OF PHOTORECEPTOR INDUCTION IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA RETINA - REVIEW

      Genetica


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