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    1. Chen, GQ; Courey, AJ
      Groucho/TLE family proteins and transcriptional repression

      GENE
    2. Baonza, A; Garcia-Bellido, A
      Notch signaling directly controls cell proliferation in the Drosophila wing disc

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    3. Takke, C; Dornseifer, P; Von Weizsacker, E; Campos-Ortega, JA
      her4, a zebrafish homologue of the Drosophila neurogenic gene E(spl), is atarget of NOTCH signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Jimenez, G; Verrijzer, CP; Ish-Horowicz, D
      A conserved motif in goosecoid mediates Groucho-dependent repression in Drosophila embryos

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. LIGOXYGAKIS P; YU SY; DELIDAKIS C; BAKER NE
      A SUBSET OF NOTCH FUNCTIONS DURING DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT REQUIRESU(H) AND THE E(SPL) GENE-COMPLEX

      Development
    6. ROOKE JE; XU T
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE SIGNALS BETWEEN INTERACTING CELLS FOR ESTABLISHING NEURAL FATE

      BioEssays
    7. PARKHURST SM
      GROUCHO - MAKING ITS MARX AS A TRANSCRIPTIONAL CO-REPRESSOR

      Trends in genetics
    8. 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
    9. SIMPSON P
      NOTCH SIGNALING IN DEVELOPMENT

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    10. LECOURTOIS M; SCHWEISGUTH F
      ROLE OF SUPPRESSOR OF HAIRLESS IN THE DELTA-ACTIVATED NOTCH SIGNALINGPATHWAY

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    11. HUMMEL T; MENNE T; SCHOLZ H; GRANDERATH S; GIESEN K; KLAMBT C
      CNS MIDLINE DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    12. GALLAHAN D; CALLAHAN R
      THE MOUSE MAMMARY-TUMOR ASSOCIATED GENE INT3 IS A UNIQUE MEMBER OF THE NOTCH GENE FAMILY (NOTCH4)

      Oncogene
    13. LEVITEN MW; LAI EC; POSAKONY JW
      THE DROSOPHILA GENE BEARDED ENCODES A NOVEL SMALL PROTEIN AND SHARES 3'-UTR SEQUENCE MOTIFS WITH MULTIPLE ENHANCER OF SPLIT COMPLEX GENES

      Development
    14. PAROUSH Z; WAINWRIGHT SM; ISHHOROWICZ D
      TORSO SIGNALING REGULATES TERMINAL PATTERNING IN DROSOPHILA BY ANTAGONIZING GROUCHO-MEDIATED REPRESSION

      Development
    15. DECELIS JF; BRAY S; GARCIABELLIDO A
      NOTCH SIGNALING REGULATES VEINLET EXPRESSION AND ESTABLISHES BOUNDARIES BETWEEN VEINS AND INTERVEINS IN THE DROSOPHILA WING

      Development
    16. WULBECK C; CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      2 ZEBRAFISH HOMOLOGS OF THE DROSOPHILA NEUROGENIC GENE GROUCHO AND THEIR PATTERN OF TRANSCRIPTION DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development, genes and evolution
    17. JIMENEZ G; PAROUSH Z; ISHHOROWICZ D
      GROUCHO ACTS AS A COREPRESSOR FOR A SUBSET OF NEGATIVE REGULATORS, INCLUDING HAIRY AND ENGRAILED

      Genes & development
    18. 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
    19. 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
    20. DECELIS JF; GARCIABELLIDO A; BRAY SJ
      ACTIVATION AND FUNCTION OF NOTCH AT THE DORSAL-VENTRAL BOUNDARY OF THE WING IMAGINAL DISC

      Development
    21. 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
    22. JIMENEZ G; PINCHIN SM; ISHHOROWICZ D
      IN-VIVO INTERACTIONS OF THE DROSOPHILA HAIRY AND RUNT TRANSCRIPTIONALREPRESSORS WITH TARGET PROMOTERS

      EMBO journal
    23. SCHMID AT; TINLEY TL; YEDVOBNICK B
      TRANSCRIPTION OF THE NEUROGENIC GENE MASTERMIND DURING DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    24. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      GENETIC MECHANISMS OF EARLY NEUROGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Molecular neurobiology
    25. ARTAVANISTSAKONAS S; MATSUNO K; FORTINI ME
      NOTCH SIGNALING

      Science
    26. FURUKAWA T; KOBAYAKAWA Y; TAMURA K; KIMURA KI; KAWAICHI M; TANIMURA T; HONJO T
      SUPPRESSOR OF HAIRLESS, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF RBP-J-KAPPA, TRANSACTIVATES THE NEUROGENIC GENE E(SPL)M8

      Idengaku Zasshi
    27. STATHAKIS DG; PENTZ ES; FREEMAN ME; KULLMAN J; HANKINS GR; PEARLSON NJ; WRIGHT TRF
      THE GENETIC AND MOLECULAR-ORGANIZATION OF THE DOPA DECARBOXYLASE GENE-CLUSTER OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Genetics
    28. WEMMER T; KLAMBT C
      A GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE DROSOPHILA CLOSELY LINKED INTERACTING GENESBULGE, ARGOS AND SOBA

      Genetics
    29. BANG AG; BAILEY AM; POSAKONY JW
      HAIRLESS PROMOTES STABLE COMMITMENT TO THE SENSORY ORGAN PRECURSOR CELL FATE BY NEGATIVELY REGULATING THE ACTIVITY OF THE NOTCH SIGNALING PATHWAY

      Developmental biology
    30. TANNAHILL D; BRAY S; HARRIS WA
      A DROSOPHILA E(SPL) GENE IS NEUROGENIC IN XENOPUS - A GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN STUDY

      Developmental biology
    31. KNUST E
      CELL FATE CHOICE DURING EARLY NEUROGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    32. KRAMATSCHEK B; CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      NEUROECTODERMAL TRANSCRIPTION OF THE DROSOPHILA NEUROGENIC GENES E(SPL) AND HLH-M5 IS REGULATED BY PRONEURAL GENES

      Development
    33. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      GENETIC MECHANISMS OF EARLY NEUROGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    34. SINGSON A; LEVITEN MW; BANG AG; HUA XH; POSAKONY JW
      DIRECT DOWNSTREAM TARGETS OF PRONEURAL ACTIVATORS IN THE IMAGINAL DISC INCLUDE GENES INVOLVED IN LATERAL INHIBITORY SIGNALING

      Genes & development
    35. PAROUSH Z; FINLEY RL; KIDD T; WAINWRIGHT SM; INGHAM PW; BRENT R; ISHHOROWICZ D
      GROUCHO IS REQUIRED FOR DROSOPHILA NEUROGENESIS, SEGMENTATION, AND SEX DETERMINATION AND INTERACTS DIRECTLY WITH HAIRY-RELATED BHLH PROTEINS

      Cell
    36. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      CELLULAR INTERACTIONS IN THE DEVELOPING NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF DROSOPHILA

      Cell
    37. COYLETHOMPSON CA; BANERJEE U
      THE STRAWBERRY-NOTCH GENE FUNCTIONS WITH NOTCH IN COMMON DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS

      Development
    38. SIMPSON P; RUEL L; HEITZLER P; BOUROUIS M
      A DUAL ROLE FOR THE PROTEIN-KINASE SHAGGY IN THE REPRESSION OF ACHAETE-SCUTE

      Development
    39. LIEBER T; KIDD S; ALCAMO E; CORBIN V; YOUNG MW
      ANTINEUROGENIC PHENOTYPES INDUCED BY TRUNCATED NOTCH PROTEINS INDICATE A ROLE IN SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND MAY POINT TO A NOVEL FUNCTION FOR NOTCH IN NUCLEI

      Genes & development
    40. CAMPOSORTEGA JA
      MECHANISMS OF EARLY NEUROGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Journal of neurobiology


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