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    1. Tomlinson, A; Struhl, G
      Delta/Notch and Boss/Sevenless signals act combinatorially to specify the Drosophila R7 photoreceptor

      MOLECULAR CELL
    2. Jeon, H; Meng, WY; Takagi, J; Eck, MJ; Springer, TA; Blacklow, SC
      Implications for familial hypercholesterolemia from the structure of the LDL receptor YWTD-EGF domain pair

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    3. Halfar, K; Rommel, C; Stocker, H; Hafen, E
      Ras controls growth, survival and differentiation in the Drosophila eye bydifferent thresholds of MAP kinase activity

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Frohlich, A
      A scanning electron-microscopic study of apical contacts in the eye duringpostembryonic development of Drosophila melanogaster

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    5. Williams, JA; Su, HS; Bernards, A; Field, J; Sehgal, A
      A circadian output in Drosophila mediated by neurofibromatosis-1 and Ras/MAPK

      SCIENCE
    6. Hudrisier, D; Riond, J; Mazarguil, H; Gairin, JE; Joly, E
      Cutting edge: CTLs rapidly capture membrane fragments from target cells ina TCR signaling-dependent manner

      JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Watanabe, T; Shinohara, N; Moriya, K; Sazawa, A; Kobayashi, Y; Ogiso, Y; Takiguchi, M; Yasuda, J; Koyanagi, T; Kuzumaki, N; Hashimoto, A
      Significance of the Grb2 and Son of sevenless (Sos) proteins in human bladder cancer cell lines

      IUBMB LIFE
    8. Gorski, SM; Brachmann, CB; Tanenbaum, SB; Cagan, RL
      Delta and Notch promote correct localization of IrreC-rst

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    9. Luschnig, S; Krauss, J; Bohmann, K; Desjeux, I; Nusslein-Volhard, C
      The Drosophila SHC adaptor protein is required for signaling by a subset of receptor tyrosine kinases

      MOLECULAR CELL
    10. Hibi, M; Hirano, T
      Cab-family adapter molecules in signal transduction of cytokine and growthfactor receptors, and T and B cell antigen receptors

      LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA
    11. Zhang, Q; Lu, XY
      semang affects the development of a subset of cells in the Drosophila compound eye

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    12. Bausenwein, BS; Schmidt, M; Mielke, B; Raabe, T
      In vivo functional analysis of the Daughter of Sevenless protein in receptor tyrosine kinase signaling

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    13. Clandinin, TR; Zipursky, SL
      Afferent growth cone interactions control synaptic specificity in the Drosophila visual system

      NEURON
    14. Liebl, EC; Forsthoefel, DJ; Franco, LS; Sample, SH; Hess, JE; Cowger, JA; Chandler, MP; Shupert, AM; Seeger, MA
      Dosage-sensitive, reciprocal genetic interactions between the Abl tyrosinekinase and the putative GEF trio reveal trio's role in axon pathfinding

      NEURON
    15. Wan, LL; Dockendorff, TC; Jongens, TA; Dreyfuss, G
      Characterization of dFMR1, a Drosophila melanogaster homolog of the fragile X mental retardation protein

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Esteban, LM; Fernandez-Medarde, A; Lopez, E; Yienger, K; Guerrero, C; Ward, JM; Tessarollo, L; Santos, E
      Ras-guanine nucleotide exchange factor Sos2 is dispensable for mouse growth and development

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    17. Rutherford, SL
      From genotype to phenotype: buffering mechanisms and the storage of genetic information

      BIOESSAYS
    18. Basler, K
      Waiting periods, instructive signals and positional information

      EMBO JOURNAL
    19. Lim, J; Wong, ESM; Ong, SH; Yusoff, P; Low, BC; Guy, GR
      Sprouty proteins are targeted to membrane ruffles upon growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase activation - Identification of a novel translocation domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Huang, AM; Rubin, GM
      A misexpression screen identifies genes that can modulate RAS1 pathway signaling in Drosophila melanogaster

      GENETICS
    21. Therrien, M; Morrison, DK; Wong, AM; Rubin, GM
      A genetic screen for modifiers of a kinase suppressor of ras-dependent rough eye phenotype in drosophila

      GENETICS
    22. 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
    23. Brightman, FA; Fell, DA
      Differential feedback regulation of the MAPK cascade underlies the quantitative differences in EGF and NGF signalling in PC12 cells

      FEBS LETTERS
    24. Kurada, P; White, K
      Epidermal growth factor receptor: its role in Drosophila eye differentiation and cell survival

      APOPTOSIS
    25. Baek, KH; Lee, KY
      Signal transduction pathway for anterior-posterior development in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
    26. Kobayashi, A; Brey, PT; Katsube, K; della Torre, A; Roth, CW; Natori, S; Ollo, R
      Identification and characterization of a putative sevenless homologue in the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae

      INSECT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Huyer, G; Alexander, DR
      Immune signalling: SHP-2 docks at multiple ports

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    28. Tari, AM; Hung, MC; Li, KY; Lopez-Berestein, G
      Growth inhibition of breast cancer cells by Grb2 downregulation is correlated with inactivation of mitogen-activated protein kinase in EGFR, but not in ErbB2, cells

      ONCOGENE
    29. Chou, WH; Huber, A; Bentrop, J; Schulz, S; Schwab, K; Chadwell, LV; Paulsen, R; Britt, SG
      Patterning of the R7 and R8 photoreceptor cells of Drosophila: evidence for induced and default cell-fate specification

      DEVELOPMENT
    30. Bottorff, D; Ebinu, J; Stone, JC
      RasGRP, a Ras activator: mouse and human cDNA sequences and chromosomal positions

      MAMMALIAN GENOME
    31. Powe, AC; Strathdee, D; Cutforth, T; D'Souza-Correia, T; Gaines, P; Thackeray, J; Carlson, J; Gaul, U
      In vivo functional analysis of Drosophila Gap1: involvement of Ca2+ and IP4 regulation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    32. Dong, XZ; Tsuda, L; Zavitz, KH; Lin, M; Li, SH; Carthew, RW; Zipursky, SL
      ebi regulates epidermal growth factor receptor signaling pathways in Drosophila

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    33. Galletta, BJ; Niu, XP; Erickson, MRS; Abmayr, SM
      Identification of a Drosophila homologue to vertebrate Crk by interaction with MBC

      GENE
    34. Anborgh, PH; Qian, XL; Papageorge, AG; Vass, WC; DeClue, JE; Lowy, DR
      Ras-specific exchange factor GRF: Oligomerization through its Dbl homologydomain and calcium-dependent activation of Raf

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    35. Herbst, R; Zhang, XL; Qin, J; Simon, MA
      Recruitment of the protein tyrosine phosphatase CSW by DOS is an essentialstep during signaling by the Sevenless receptor tyrosine kinase

      EMBO JOURNAL
    36. Ishimaru, S; Williams, R; Clark, E; Hanafusa, H; Gaul, U
      Activation of the Drosophila C3G leads to cell fate changes and overproliferation during development, mediated by the RAS-MAPK pathway and RAP1

      EMBO JOURNAL
    37. Casci, T; Freeman, M
      Control of EGF receptor signalling: Lessons from fruitflies

      CANCER AND METASTASIS REVIEWS
    38. Casci, T; Vinos, J; Freeman, M
      Sprouty, an intracellular inhibitor of Ras signaling

      CELL
    39. Gayko, U; Cleghon, V; Copeland, T; Morrison, DK; Perrimon, N
      Synergistic activities of multiple phosphotyrosine residues mediate full signaling from the Drosophila Torso receptor tyrosine kinase

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    40. Takahashi, Y; Akanuma, Y; Yazaki, Y; Kadowaki, T
      Formation of distinct signalling complexes involving phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase activity with stimulation of epidermal growth factor or insulin-like growth factor-I in human skin fibroblasts

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY
    41. Fucini, RV; Okada, S; Pessin, JE
      Insulin-induced desensitization of extracellular signal-regulated kinase activation results from all inhibition of Raf activity independent of Ras activation and dissociation of the Grb2-SOS complex

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    42. Kramer, H; Phistry, M
      Genetic analysis of hook, a gene required for endocytic trafficking in Drosophila

      GENETICS
    43. Brunner, E; Brunner, D; Fu, WM; Hafen, E; Basler, K
      The dominant mutation glazed is a gain-of-function allele of wingless that, similar to loss of APC, interferes with normal eye development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    44. Pickup, AT; Banerjee, U
      The role of Star in the production of an activated ligand for the EGF receptor signaling pathway

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    45. Nishida, K; Yoshida, Y; Itoh, M; Fukada, T; Ohtani, T; Shirogane, T; Atsumi, T; Takahashi-Tezuka, M; Ishihara, K; Hibi, M; Hirano, T
      Gab-family adapter proteins act downstream of cytokine and growth factor receptors and T- and B-cell antigen receptors

      BLOOD
    46. Gross, A; Winograd, S; Marbach, I; Levitzki, A
      The N-terminal half of Cdc25 is essential for processing glucose signalingin Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    47. STEINGERLACH M; WALLASCH C; ULLRICH A
      SHP-2, SH2-CONTAINING PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE-2

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    48. VINCENT S; WILSON R; COELHO C; AFFOLTER M; LEPTIN M
      THE DROSOPHILA PROTEIN DOF IS SPECIFICALLY REQUIRED FOR FGF SIGNALING

      MOLECULAR CELL
    49. Cleghon, V; Feldmann, P; Ghiglione, C; Copeland, TD; Perrimon, N; Hughes, DA; Morrison, DK
      Opposing actions of CSW and RasGAP modulate the strength of torso RTK signaling in the Drosophila terminal pathway

      MOLECULAR CELL
    50. PARK C; CHOI Y; YUN Y
      SON OF SEVENLESS BINDS TO THE SH3 DOMAIN OF SRC-TYPE TYROSINE KINASE

      Molecules and Cells
    51. ROMMEL C; HAFEN E
      RAS - A VERSATILE CELLULAR SWITCH

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    52. GUERRERO C; FERNANDEZMEDARDE A; ROJAS JM; DEMORA JF; ESTEBAN LM; SANTOS E
      TRANSFORMATION SUPPRESSOR ACTIVITY OF C3G IS INDEPENDENT OF ITS CDC25-HOMOLOGY DOMAIN

      Oncogene
    53. KIM JH; SHIROUZU M; KATAOKA T; BOWTELL D; YOKOYAMA S
      ACTIVATION OF RAS AND ITS DOWNSTREAM EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED PROTEIN-KINASES BY THE CDC25 HOMOLOGY DOMAIN OF MOUSE SON-OF-SEVENLESS-1 (MSOS1)

      Oncogene
    54. XU XX; YI TL; TANG B; LAMBETH JD
      DISABLED-2 (DAB2) IS AN SH3 DOMAIN-BINDING PARTNER OF GRB2

      Oncogene
    55. KUMAR JP; TIO M; HSIUNG F; AKOPYAN S; GABAY L; SEGER R; SHILO BZ; MOSES K
      DISSECTING THE ROLES OF THE DROSOPHILA EGF RECEPTOR IN EYE DEVELOPMENT AND MAP KINASE ACTIVATION

      Development
    56. Thackeray, JR; Gaines, PCW; Ebert, P; Carlson, JR
      small wing encodes a phospholipase C-gamma that acts as a negative regulator of R7 development in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    57. POLACZYK PJ; GASPERINI R; GIBSON G
      NATURALLY-OCCURRING GENETIC-VARIATION AFFECTS DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR DETERMINATION

      Development, genes and evolution
    58. SCHEVING LA; JIN WH; CHONG KM; GARDNER W; COPE FO
      DYING ENTEROCYTES DOWN-REGULATE SIGNALING PATHWAYS CONVERGING ON RAS - RESCUE BY PROTEASE INHIBITION

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    59. QIAN XL; VASS WC; PAPAGEORGE AG; ANBORGH PH; LOWY DR
      N-TERMINUS OF SOS1 RAS EXCHANGE FACTOR - CRITICAL ROLES FOR THE DBL AND PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAINS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    60. CORBALANGARCIA S; MARGARIT SM; GALRON D; YANG SS; BARSAGI D
      REGULATION OF SOS ACTIVITY BY INTRAMOLECULAR INTERACTIONS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    61. RAY P; LAKHOTIA SC
      INTERACTION OF THE NON-PROTEIN-CODING DEVELOPMENTAL AND STRESS-INDUCIBLE HSR-OMEGA GENE WITH RAS GENES OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Journal of Biosciences
    62. Tridandapani, S; Phee, H; Shivakumar, L; Kelley, TW; Coggeshall, KM
      Role of SHIP in Fc gamma RIIb-mediated inhibition of Ras activation in B cells

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    63. THERRIEN M; WONG AM; RUBIN GM
      CNK, A RAF-BINDING MULTIDOMAIN PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR RAS SIGNALING

      Cell (Cambridge)
    64. NIMNUAL AS; YATSULA BA; BARSAGI D
      COUPLING OF RAS AND RAC GUANOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASES THROUGH THE RAS EXCHANGER SOS

      Science
    65. GARCIACARDENA G; FAN R; SHAH V; SORRENTINO R; CIRINO G; PAPAPETROPOULOS A; SESSA WC
      DYNAMIC ACTIVATION OF ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE BY HSP90

      Nature
    66. SEVRIOUKOV EA; WALENTA JH; SUNIO A; PHISTRY M; KRAMER H
      OLIGOMERIZATION OF THE EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN OF BOSS ENHANCES ITS BINDING TO THE SEVENLESS RECEPTOR AND ITS ANTAGONISTIC EFFECT ON R7 INDUCTION

      Journal of Cell Science
    67. SHI ZQ; LU W; FENG GS
      THE SHP-2 TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE HAS OPPOSITE EFFECTS IN MEDIATING THE ACTIVATION OF EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED AND C-JUN NH2-TERMINAL MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    68. DEB TB; WONG L; SALOMON DS; ZHOU GC; DIXON JE; GUTKIND JS; THOMPSON SA; JOHNSON GR
      A COMMON REQUIREMENT FOR THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY AND BOTH SH2 DOMAINS OF SHP-2 IN MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN (MAP) KINASE ACTIVATION BY THE ERBB FAMILY OF RECEPTORS - A SPECIFIC ROLE FOR SHP-2 IN MAP, BUT NOT C-JUN AMINO-TERMINAL KINASE ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. ALLARD JD; HERBST R; CARROLL PM; SIMON MA
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE SRC HOMOLOGY-2 DOMAIN PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE CORKSCREW

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. NEUFELD TP; TANG AH; RUBIN GM
      A GENETIC SCREEN TO IDENTIFY COMPONENTS OF THE SINA SIGNALING PATHWAYIN DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT

      Genetics
    71. 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)
    72. BUTLER SJ; RAY S; HIROMI Y
      KLINGON, A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE DROSOPHILA IMMUNOGLOBULIN SUPERFAMILY,IS REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE R7 PHOTORECEPTOR NEURON

      Development
    73. BOHNER AP; AKERS RM; MCCONNELL SK
      INDUCTION OF DEEP LAYER CORTICAL-NEURONS IN-VITRO

      Development
    74. BEGEMANN G; PARICIO N; ARTERO R; KISS I; PEREZALONSO M; MLODZIK M
      MUSCLEBLIND, A GENE REQUIRED FOR PHOTORECEPTOR DIFFERENTIATION IN DROSOPHILA, ENCODES NOVEL NUCLEAR CYS(3)HIS-TYPE ZINC-FINGER-CONTAINING PROTEINS

      Development
    75. LI W; SKOULAKIS EMC; DAVIS RL; PERRIMON N
      THE DROSOPHILA-14-3-3 PROTEIN LEONARDO ENHANCES TORSO SIGNALING THROUGH D-RAF IN A RAS1-DEPENDENT MANNER

      Development
    76. FREEMAN M
      CELL DETERMINATION STRATEGIES IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE

      Development
    77. TIO M; MOSES K
      THE DROSOPHILA TGF-ALPHA HOMOLOG SPITZ ACTS IN PHOTORECEPTOR RECRUITMENT IN THE DEVELOPING RETINA

      Development
    78. MATSUO T; TAKAHASHI K; KONDO S; KAIBUCHI K; YAMAMOTO D
      REGULATION OF CONE CELL-FORMATION BY CANOE AND RAS IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE

      Development
    79. 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
    80. SCHOLZ H; SADLOWSKI E; KLAES A; KLAMBT C
      CONTROL OF MIDLINE GLIA DEVELOPMENT IN THE EMBRYONIC DROSOPHILA CNS

      Mechanisms of development
    81. KOCKEL L; VORBRUGGEN G; JACKLE H; MLODZIK M; BOHMANN D
      REQUIREMENT FOR DROSOPHILA 13-3-3-ZETA IN RAF-DEPENDENT PHOTORECEPTORDEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    82. WANG DZM; HAMMOND VE; ABUD HE; BERTONCELLO I; MCAVOY TW; BOWTELL DDL
      MUTATION IN SOS1 DOMINANTLY ENHANCES A WEAK ALLELE OF THE EGFR, DEMONSTRATING A REQUIREMENT FOR SOS1 IN EGFR SIGNALING AND DEVELOPMENT

      Genes & development
    83. FU WM; NOLL M
      THE PAX2 HOMOLOG SPARKLING IS REQUIRED FOR DEVELOPMENT CONE AND PIGMENT-CELLS IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE

      Genes & development
    84. KOCKEL L; ZEITLINGER J; STASZEWSKI LM; MLODZIK M; BOHMANN D
      JUN IN DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT - REDUNDANT AND NONREDUNDANT FUNCTIONS AND REGULATION BY 2 MAPK-SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS

      Genes & development
    85. ALBAGLI O; LAGET MP; CHANUT F
      PHOTORECEPTOR DIFFERENTIATION IN DROSOPHI LA - TRANSDUCTION AND INTERPRETATION OF THE RTK SIGNALING PATHWAY

      MS. Medecine sciences
    86. TUNG PS; FAM NP; CHEN LP; MORAN MF
      A 54-KDA PROTEIN RELATED TO RAS-GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE RELEASE FACTOR EXPRESSED IN THE RAT EXOCRINE PANCREAS

      Cell and tissue research
    87. NIELSEN KH; PAPAGEORGE AG; VASS WC; WILLUMSEN BM; LOWY DR
      THE RAS-SPECIFIC EXCHANGE FACTORS MOUSE SOS1 (MSOS1) AND MSOS2 ARE REGULATED DIFFERENTLY - MSOS2 CONTAINS UBIQUITINATION SIGNALS ABSENT IN MSOS1

      Molecular and cellular biology
    88. VANDERSTRATEN A; ROMMEL C; DICKSON B; HAFEN E
      THE HEAT-SHOCK-PROTEIN-83 (HSP83) IS REQUIRED FOR RAF-MEDIATED SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA

      EMBO journal
    89. MIGLIACCIO E; MELE S; SALCINI AE; PELICCI G; LAI KMV; SUPERTIFURGA G; PAWSON T; DIFIORE P; LANFRANCONE L; PELICCI PG
      OPPOSITE EFFECTS OF THE P52(SHC) P46(SHC) AND P66(SHC) SPLICING ISOFORMS ON THE EGF RECEPTOR-MAP KINASE-FOS SIGNALING PATHWAY/

      EMBO journal
    90. BRYANT PJ
      JUNCTION GENETICS

      Developmental genetics
    91. 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
    92. THE I; HANNIGAN GE; COWLEY GS; REGINALD S; ZHONG Y; GUSELLA JF; HARIHARAN IK; BERNARDS A
      RESCUE OF A DROSOPHILA NF1 MUTANT PHENOTYPE BY PROTEIN-KINASE-A

      Science
    93. PIGNONI F; HU BR; ZIPURSKY SL
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENES REQUIRED FOR DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT USINGA PHENOTYPIC ENHANCER-TYPE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    94. SHINOHARA N; OGISO Y; TANAKA M; SAZAWA A; HARABAYASHI T; KOYANAGI T
      THE SIGNIFICANCE OF RAS GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTOR, SON OF SEVENLESS PROTEIN, IN RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA CELL-LINES

      The Journal of urology
    95. ZHENG J; CHEN RH; CORBLANGARCIA S; CAHILL SM; BARSAGI D; COWBURN D
      THE SOLUTION STRUCTURE OF THE PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAIN OF HUMAN SOS1 - A POSSIBLE STRUCTURAL ROLE FOR THE SEQUENTIAL ASSOCIATION OF DIFFUSION AND PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    96. OKADA S; KAO AW; CERESA BP; BLAIKIE P; MARGOLIS B; PESSIN JE
      THE 66-KDA SHC ISOFORM IS A NEGATIVE REGULATOR OF THE EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-STIMULATED MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    97. KUBISESKI TJ; CHOOK YM; PARRIS WE; ROZAKISADCOCK M; PAWSON T
      HIGH-AFFINITY BINDING OF THE PLECKSTRIN HOMOLOGY DOMAIN OF MSOS1 TO PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL (4,5)-BISPHOSPHATE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    98. JONES DA; BENJAMIN CW
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF GROWTH-FACTOR RECEPTOR-BINDING PROTEIN-2 BY PP60(C-SRC) TYROSINE KINASE

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    99. DOMINGUEZ M; HAFEN E
      GENETIC DISSECTION OF CELL FATE SPECIFICATION IN THE DEVELOPING EYE OF DROSOPHILA

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    100. COOPER JA; SIMON MA; KUSSICK SJ
      SIGNALING BY ECTOPICALLY EXPRESSED DROSOPHILA SRC64 REQUIRES THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE CORKSCREW AND THE ADAPTER DOWNSTREAM OF RECEPTOR KINASES

      Cell growth & differentiation


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