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    1. Stocker, RF
      Drosophila as a focus in olfactory research: Mapping of olfactory sensillaby fine structure, odor specificity, odorant receptor expression, and central connectivity

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    2. Lee, MY; Kim, J
      A rapid screen for putative mislocalization mutations by using a GAL4-hybrid protein

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    3. Chan, CK; Jans, DA
      Enhancement of MSH receptor- and GAL4-mediated gene transfer by switching the nuclear import pathway

      GENE THERAPY
    4. Bhat, PJ; Murthy, TVS
      Transcriptional control of the GAL/MEL regulon of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae: mechanism of galactose-mediated signal transduction

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    5. des Etages, SAG; Saxena, D; Huang, HL; Falvey, DA; Barber, D; Brandriss, MC
      Conformational changes play a role in regulating the activity of the proline utilization pathway-specific regulator in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Klapper, R; Heuser, S; Strasser, T; Janning, W
      A new approach reveals syncytia within the Visceral musculature of Drosophila melanogaster

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Hidalgo, P; Ansari, AZ; Schmidt, P; Hare, B; Simkovich, N; Farrell, S; Shin, EJ; Ptashne, M; Wagner, G
      Recruitment of the transcriptional machinery through GAL11P: structure andinteractions of the GAL4 dimerization domain

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    8. Larschan, E; Winston, F
      The S-cerevisiae SAGA complex functions in vivo as a coactivator for transcriptional activation by Gal4

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    9. Li, QM; Johnston, SA
      Are all DNA binding and transcription regulation by an activator physiologically relevant?

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    10. Hon, T; Lee, HC; Hach, A; Johnson, JL; Craig, EA; Erdjument-Bromage, H; Tempst, P; Zhang, L
      The Hsp70-Ydj1 molecular chaperone represses the activity of the heme activator protein Hap1 in the absence of heme

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Taghert, PH; Hewes, RS; Park, JH; O'Brien, MA; Han, M; Peck, ME
      Multiple amidated neuropeptides are required for normal circadian locomotor rhythms in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Melcher, K; Xu, HE
      Gal80-Gal80 interaction on adjacent Gal4p binding sites is required for complete GAL gene repression

      EMBO JOURNAL
    13. Schoch, S; Cibelli, G; Magin, A; Steinmuller, L; Thiel, G
      Modular structure of cAMP response element binding protein 2 (CREB2)

      NEUROCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    14. Bash, R; Lohr, D
      Yeast chromatin structure and regulation of GAL gene expression

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 65
    15. Iyer, M; Wu, L; Carey, M; Wang, Y; Smallwood, A; Gambhir, SS
      Two-step transcriptional amplification as a method for imaging reporter gene expression using weak promoters

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    16. Hirst, M; Ho, C; Sabourin, L; Rudnicki, M; Penn, L; Sadowski, I
      A two-hybrid system for transactivator bait proteins

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    17. Kitamoto, T
      Conditional modification of behavior in drosophila by targeted expression of a temperature-sensitive shibire allele in defined neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    18. Koster, RW; Fraser, SE
      Tracing transgene expression in living zebrafish embryos

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    19. Fortier, E; Belote, JM
      Temperature-dependent gene silencing by an expressed inverted repeat in Drosophila

      GENESIS
    20. Reece, RJ
      Molecular basis of nutrient-controlled gene expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    21. Pina, B
      Many ways of transcriptional regulation in yeast

      FOOD TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    22. Fancy, DA; Denison, C; Kim, K; Xie, YQ; Holdeman, T; Amini, F; Kodadek, T
      Scope, limitations and mechanistic aspects of the photo-induced cross-linking of proteins by water-soluble metal complexes

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    23. Sil, AK; Xin, P; Hopper, JE
      Vectors allowing amplified expression of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ga13p-Ga180p-Ga14p transcription switch: Applications to galactose-regulated high-level production of proteins

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    24. Kiegle, E; Moore, CA; Haseloff, J; Tester, MA; Knight, MR
      Cell-type-specific calcium responses to drought, salt and cold in the Arabidopsis root

      PLANT JOURNAL
    25. Galweiler, L; Conlan, RS; Mader, P; Palme, K; Moore, I
      The DNA-binding activity of Gal4 is inhibited by methylation of the Gal4 binding site in plant chromatin

      PLANT JOURNAL
    26. Klapper, R
      The longitudinal visceral musculature of Drosophila melanogaster persists through metamorphosis

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    27. Mollereau, B; Wernet, MF; Beaufils, P; Killiana, D; Pichaud, F; Kuhnlein, R; Desplan, C
      A green fluorescent protein enhancer trap screen in Drosophila photoreceptor cells

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    28. Melcher, K; Sharma, B; Ding, WV; Nolden, M
      Zero Background Yeast Reporter Plasmids

      GENE
    29. Huang, HL; Brandriss, MC
      The regulator of the yeast proline utilization pathway is differentially phosphorylated in response to the quality of the nitrogen source

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    30. Peng, G; Hopper, JE
      Evidence for Ga13p's cytoplasmic location and Ga180p's dual cytoplasmic-nuclear location implicates new mechanisms for controlling Ga14p activity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Olson, KA; Nelson, C; Tai, G; Hung, W; Yong, C; Astell, C; Sadowski, I
      Two regulators of Ste12p inhibit pheromone-responsive transcription by separate mechanisms

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    32. Levett, LJ; Si-Hoe, SM; Liddle, S; Wheeler, K; Smith, D; Lamb, HK; Newton, GH; Coggins, JR; Hawkins, AR
      Identification of domains responsible for signal recognition and transduction within the QUTR transcription repressor protein

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    33. Uherek, C; Wels, W
      DNA-carrier proteins for targeted gene delivery

      ADVANCED DRUG DELIVERY REVIEWS
    34. Thiel, G; Kaufmann, K; Magin, A; Lietz, M; Bach, K; Cramer, M
      The human transcriptional repressor protein NAB1: expression and biological activity

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    35. Platt, A; Ross, HC; Hankin, S; Reece, RJ
      The insertion of two amino acids into a transcriptional inducer converts it into a galactokinase

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    36. Georis, I; Krijger, JJ; Breunig, KD; Vandenhaute, J
      Differences in regulation of yeast gluconeogenesis revealed by Cat8p-independent activation of PCK1 and FBP1 genes in Kluyveromyces lactis

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    37. Melcher, K
      The strength of acidic activation domains correlates with their affinity for both transcriptional and non-transcriptional proteins

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    38. Ross, ED; Keating, AM; Maher, LJ
      DNA constraints on transcription activation in vitro

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    39. Cerdan, R; Cahuzac, B; Felenbok, B; Guittet, E
      NMR solution structure of AlcR (1-60) provides insight in the unusual DNA binding properties of this zinc binuclear cluster protein

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    40. Williams, DW; Tyrer, M; Shepherd, D
      Tau and tan reporters disrupt central projections of sensory neurons in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    41. Kaneko, M; Hall, JC
      Neuroanatomy of cells expressing clock genes in Drosophila: Transgenic manipulation of the period and timeless genes to mark the perikarya of circadian pacemaker neurons and their projections

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    42. Han, Y; Kodadek, T
      Peptides selected to bind the Ga180 repressor are potent transcriptional activation domains in yeast

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    43. Zhang, Y; Pak, JW; Maruyama, IN; Machida, M
      Affinity selection of DNA-binding proteins displayed on bacteriophage lambda

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    44. Blasie, CA; Berg, JM
      Toward ligand identification within a CCHHC zinc-binding domain from the NZF/MyT1 family

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    45. Kirchhoff, S; Oumard, A; Nourbakhsh, M; Levi, BZ; Hauser, H
      Interplay between repressing and activating domains defines the transcriptional activity of IRF-1

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    46. Melcher, K
      A modular set of prokaryotic and eukaryotic expression vectors

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. King, DA; Zhang, L; Guarente, L; Marmorstein, R
      Structure of a HAP1-DNA complex reveals dramatically asymmetric DNA binding by a homodimeric protein

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    48. Sharif, TR; Sharif, M
      A high throughput system for the evaluation of protein kinase C inhibitorsbased on Elk1 transcriptional activation in human astrocytoma cells

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    49. Giebel, B
      The Notch signaling pathway is required to specify muscle progenitor cellsin Drosophila

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    50. Scheer, N; Campos-Ortega, JA
      Use of the Gal4-UAS technique for targeted gene expression in the zebrafish

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    51. Lee, T; Luo, LQ
      Mosaic analysis with a repressible cell marker for studies of gene function in neuronal morphogenesis

      NEURON
    52. Chen, GQ; Courey, AJ
      Baculovirus-transfer vector for eukaryotic expression and immuno-affinity purification of Gal4-fusion proteins

      BIOTECHNIQUES
    53. Ehrlich, KC; Montalbano, BG; Cary, JW
      Binding of the C6-zinc cluster protein, AFLR, to the promoters of aflatoxin pathway biosynthesis genes in Aspergillus parasiticus

      GENE
    54. McKay, LM; Carpenter, B; Roberts, SGE
      Evolutionary conserved mechanism of transcriptional repression by even-skipped

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    55. Hach, A; Hon, T; Zhang, L
      A new class of repression modules is critical for heme regulation of the yeast transcriptional activator Hap1

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    56. Flynn, PJ; Reece, RJ
      Activation of transcription by metabolic intermediates of the pyrimidine biosynthetic pathway

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    57. Allen, MJ; Shan, XL; Caruccio, P; Froggett, SJ; Moffat, KG; Murphey, RK
      Targeted expression of truncated Glued disrupts giant fiber synapse formation in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    58. Rowitch, DH; St-Jacques, B; Lee, SMK; Flax, JD; Snyder, EY; McMahon, AP
      Sonic hedgehog regulates proliferation and inhibits differentiation of CNSprecursor cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    59. Torroja, L; Packard, M; Gorczyca, M; White, K; Budnik, V
      The Drosophila beta-amyloid precursor protein homolog promotes synapse differentiation at the neuromuscular junction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    60. Heimbeck, G; Bugnon, V; Gendre, N; Haberlin, C; Stocker, RF
      Smell and taste perception in Drosophila melanogaster larva: Toxin expression studies in chemosensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    61. Ma, XG; Yuan, D; Scarborough, T; Ma, J
      Contributions to gene activation by multiple functions of Bicoid

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    62. Bannasch, D; Schwab, M
      A versatile bait vector allowing rapid isolation of prey vectors in Gal4-dependent yeast two-hybrid screens

      PLASMID
    63. Gaudreau, L; Keaveney, M; Nevado, J; Zaman, Z; Bryant, GO; Struhl, K; Ptashne, M
      Transcriptional activation by artificial recruitment in yeast is influenced by promoter architecture and downstream sequences

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    64. Fancy, DA; Kodadek, T
      Chemistry for the analysis of protein-protein interactions: Rapid and efficient cross-linking triggered by long wavelength light

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    65. Vollenbroich, V; Meyer, J; Engels, R; Cardinali, G; Menezes, RA; Hollenberg, CP
      Galactose induction in yeast involves association of Gal80p with Gal1p or Gal3p

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    66. Shyamala, BV; Chopra, A
      Drosophila melanogaster chemosensory and muscle development: identification and properties of a novel allele of scalloped and of a new locus, SG18.1,in a Gal4 enhancer trap screen

      JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    67. Chan, CK; Jans, DA
      Synergy of importin alpha recognition and DNA binding by the yeast transcriptional activator GAL4

      FEBS LETTERS
    68. Beretta, GL; Binaschi, M; Zagni, E; Capuani, L; Capranico, G
      Tethering a type IB topoisomerase to a DNA site by enzyme fusion to a heterologous site-selective DNA-binding protein domain

      CANCER RESEARCH
    69. Berkovits, HJ; Berg, JM
      Metal and DNA binding properties of a two-domain fragment of neural zinc finger factor 1, a CCHC-type zinc binding protein

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    70. Huh, JR; Park, JM; Kim, M; Carlson, BA; Hatfield, DL; Lee, BJ
      Recruitment of TBP or TFIIB to a promoter proximal position leads to stimulation of RNA polymerase II transcription without activator proteins both in vivo and in vitro

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    71. Lawler, JF; Snyder, SH
      Viral protease assay based on GAL4 inactivation is applicable to high-throughput screening in mammalian cells

      ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
    72. Cahuzac, B; Felenbok, B; Guittet, E
      NMR solution structure of a AlcR(1-60)-DNA complex: Minor groove recognition by the N-terminus

      JOURNAL DE CHIMIE PHYSIQUE ET DE PHYSICO-CHIMIE BIOLOGIQUE
    73. WING JP; ZHOU L; SCHWARTZ LM; NAMBU JR
      DISTINCT CELL-KILLING PROPERTIES OF THE DROSOPHILA REAPER, HEAD INVOLUTION DEFECTIVE, AND GRIM GENES

      Cell death and differentiation
    74. Ehrlich, KC; Montalbano, BG; Bhatnagar, D; Cleveland, TE
      Alteration of different domains in AFLR affects aflatoxin pathway metabolism in Aspergillus parasiticus transformants

      FUNGAL GENETICS AND BIOLOGY
    75. CUI JQ; WANG HC; REDDY ESP; RAO VN
      DIFFERENTIAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY THE N-TERMINAL REGION OF BRCA1 SPLICE VARIANTS BRCA1A AND BRCA1B

      Oncology Reports
    76. SHARIF TR; SHARIF M
      A NOVEL-APPROACH FOR EXAMINING THE ANTIPROLIFERATIVE EFFECT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C INHIBITORS AGAINST HUMAN ASTROCYTOMA-CELLS

      International journal of oncology
    77. FOMINAYA J; UHEREK C; WELS W
      A CHIMERIC FUSION PROTEIN CONTAINING TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-ALPHAMEDIATES GENE-TRANSFER VIA BINDING TO THE EGF RECEPTOR

      Gene therapy
    78. VASHEE S; MELCHER K; DING WV; JOHNSTON SA; KODADEK T
      EVIDENCE FOR 2 MODES OF COOPERATIVE DNA-BINDING IN-VIVO THAT DO NOT INVOLVE DIRECT PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS

      Current biology
    79. COHEN SB; NICOL R; STAVNEZER E
      A DOMAIN NECESSARY FOR THE TRANSFORMING ACTIVITY OF SNON IS REQUIRED FOR SPECIFIC DNA-BINDING, TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION AND INTERACTION WITH TAF(II)110

      Oncogene
    80. BECKER B; FELLER A; ELALAMI M; DUBOIS E; PIERARD A
      A NONAMERIC CORE SEQUENCE IS REQUIRED UPSTREAM OF THE LYS GENES OF SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE FOR LYS14P-MEDIATED ACTIVATION AND APPARENT REPRESSION BY LYSINE

      Molecular microbiology
    81. RORTH P; SZABO K; BAILEY A; LAVERTY T; REHM J; RUBIN GM; WEIGMANN K; MILAN M; BENES V; ANSORGE W; COHEN SM
      SYSTEMATIC GAIN-OF-FUNCTION GENETICS IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    82. GO MJ; EASTMAN DS; ARTAVANISTSAKONAS S
      CELL-PROLIFERATION CONTROL BY NOTCH SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    83. Akiyama-Oda, Y; Hosoya, T; Hotta, Y
      Alteration of cell fate by ectopic expression of Drosophila glial cells missing in non-neural cells

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    84. GADHAVI PL
      STRUCTURAL DISSECTION OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE YEAST TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR GAL4 REVEALS AN ALPHA-HELICAL REGION RESPONSIBLE FORDIMERIZATION

      Journal of protein chemistry
    85. GUERMAH M; MALIK S; ROEDER RG
      INVOLVEMENT OF TFIID AND USA COMPONENTS IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATIONOF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS PROMOTER BY NF-KAPPA-B AND SP1

      Molecular and cellular biology
    86. JIN R; GRIFFITH LC; MURPHEY RK
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE-II REGULATES HABITUATION OF A SIMPLE REFLEX IN ADULT DROSOPHILA/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    87. TODD RB; ANDRIANOPOULOS A; DAVIS MA; HYNES MJ
      FACB, THE ASPERGILLUS-NIDULANS ACTIVATOR OF ACETATE UTILIZATION GENES, BINDS DISSIMILAR DNA-SEQUENCES

      EMBO journal
    88. PLATT A; REECE RJ
      THE YEAST GALACTOSE GENETIC SWITCH IS MEDIATED BY THE FORMATION OF A GAL4P-GAL80P-GAL3P COMPLEX

      EMBO journal (Print)
    89. SCHWECHHEIMER C; SMITH C; BEVAN MW
      THE ACTIVITIES OF ACIDIC AND GLUTAMINE-RICH TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION DOMAINS IN PLANT-CELLS - DESIGN OF MODULAR TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS FORHIGH-LEVEL EXPRESSION

      Plant molecular biology
    90. Ellwood, K; Chi, T; Huang, W; Mitsouras, K; Carey, M
      Cooperative assembly of RNA polymerase II transcription complexes

      COLD SPRING HARBOR SYMPOSIA ON QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGY
    91. EMILI A; KOBAYASHI R; INGLES CJ
      A NOVEL YEAST PROTEIN INFLUENCING THE RESPONSE OF RNA-POLYMERASE-II TO TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    92. ROTTGEN G; WAGNER T; HINZ U
      A GENETIC SCREEN FOR ELEMENTS OF THE NETWORK THAT REGULATES NEUROGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    93. ALLEN MJ; DRUMMOND JA; MOFFAT KG
      DEVELOPMENT OF THE GIANT FIBER NEURON OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Journal of comparative neurology
    94. FANG BL; JI L; BOUVET M; ROTH JA
      EVALUATION OF GAL4 TATA IN-VIVO - INDUCTION OF TRANSGENE EXPRESSION BY ADENOVIRALLY MEDIATED GENE CODELIVERY/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. MATSUMOTO N; LAUB F; ALDABE R; ZHANG W; RAMIREZ F; YOSHIDA T; TERADA M
      CLONING THE CDNA FOR A NEW HUMAN ZINC-FINGER PROTEIN DEFINES A GROUP OF CLOSELY-RELATED KRUPPEL-LIKE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. JENSEN LT; POSEWITZ MC; SRINIVASAN C; WINGE DR
      MAPPING OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE COPPER-RESPONSIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MAC1 FROM SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. MAMANE Y; HELLAUER K; ROCHON MH; TURCOTTE B
      A LINKER REGION OF THE YEAST ZINC CLUSTER PROTEIN LEU3P SPECIFIES BINDING TO EVERTED REPEAT DNA

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    98. NOEL J; TURCOTTE B
      ZINC CLUSTER PROTEINS LEU3P AND UGA3P RECOGNIZE HIGHLY RELATED BUT DISTINCT DNA TARGETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. Pazin, MJ; Hermann, JW; Kadonaga, JT
      Promoter structure and transcriptional activation with chromatin templatesassembled in vitro - A single Gal4-VP16 dimer binds to chromatin or to DNAwith comparable affinity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    100. JUNKER M; RODGERS KK; COLEMAN JE
      ZINC AS A STRUCTURAL AND FOLDING ELEMENT OF PROTEINS WHICH INTERACT WITH DNA

      Inorganica Chimica Acta


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