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    1. Budd, GE
      Why are arthropods segmented?

      EVOLUTION & DEVELOPMENT
    2. Niculita, H; Julien, JF; Petrochilo, E
      A molecular study of Abdominal-A in the ant Myrmica rubra reveals lineage dependant evolutionary rates for a developmental gene

      INSECT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. Brock, HW; van Lohuizen, M
      The Polycomb group - no longer an exclusive club?

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    4. Capovilla, M; Kambris, Z; Botas, J
      Direct regulation of the muscle-identity gene apterous by a Hox protein inthe somatic mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Beuchle, D; Struhl, G; Muller, J
      Polycomb Group proteins and heritable silencing of Drosophila Hox genes

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Birve, A; Sengupta, AK; Beuchle, D; Larsson, J; Kennison, JA; Rasmuson-Lestander, A; Muller, J
      Su(z)12, a novel Drosophila Polycomb group gene that is conserved in vertebrates and plants

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Rivlin, PK; Gong, A; Schneiderman, AM; Booker, R
      The role of Ultrabithorax in the patterning of adult thoracic muscles in Drosophila melanogaster

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    8. Miller, DFB; Holtzman, SL; Kalkbrenner, A; Kaufman, TC
      Homeotic Complex (Hox) gene regulation and homeosis in the mesoderm of theDrosophila melanogaster embryo: the roles of signal transduction and cell autonomous regulation

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    9. Zaffran, S; Kuchler, A; Lee, HH; Frasch, M
      biniou (FoxF), a central component in a regulatory network controlling visceral mesoderm development and midgut morphogenesis in Drosophila

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    10. Merabet, S; Grienenberger, A; Pradel, J; Graba, Y
      Mechanisms involved in Hox function: new perspectives

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    11. Mattick, JS; Gagen, MJ
      The evolution of controlled multitasked gene networks: The role of intronsand other noncoding RNAs in the development of complex organisms

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    12. Hirose, F; Ohshima, N; Shiraki, M; Inoue, YH; Taguchi, O; Nishi, Y; Matsukage, A; Yamaguchi, M
      Ectopic expression of DREF induces DNA synthesis, apoptosis, and unusual morphogenesis in the Drosophila eye imaginal disc: Possible interaction withpolycomb and trithorax group proteins

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Waltzer, L; Vandel, L; Bienz, M
      Teashirt is required for transcriptional repression mediated by high Wingless levels

      EMBO JOURNAL
    14. Devenport, MP; Blass, C; Eggleston, P
      Characterization of the Hox gene cluster in the malaria vector mosquito, Anopheles gambiae

      EVOLUTION & DEVELOPMENT
    15. Gilchrist, AS; Azevedo, RBR; Partridge, L; O'Higgins, P
      Adaptation and constraint in the evolution of Drosophila melanogaster wingshape

      EVOLUTION & DEVELOPMENT
    16. Panganiban, G
      Distal-less function during Drosophila appendage and sense organ development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    17. Chauvet, S; Maurel-Zaffran, C; Miassod, R; Jullien, N; Pradel, J; Aragnol, D
      dlarp, a new candidate Hox target in Drosophila whose orthologue in mouse is expressed at sites of epithelium/mesenchymal interactions

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    18. Choi, SH; Oh, CT; Kim, SH; Kim, YT; Jeon, SH
      Effects of Polycomb group mutations on the expression of Ultrabithorax in the Drosophila visceral mesoderm

      MOLECULES AND CELLS
    19. Hughes, CL; Kaufman, TC
      RNAi analysis of Deformed, proboscipedia and Sex combs reduced in the milkweed bug Oncopeltus fasciatus: novel roles for Hox genes in the Hemipteran head

      DEVELOPMENT
    20. Abzhanov, A; Kaufman, TC
      Crustacean (malacostracan) Hox genes and the evolution of the arthropod trunk

      DEVELOPMENT
    21. Marie, B; Bacon, JP
      Two engrailed-related genes in the cockroach: cloning, phylogenetic analysis, expression and isolation of splice variants

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    22. Horard, B; Tatout, C; Poux, S; Pirrotta, V
      Structure of a Polycomb response element and in vitro binding of Polycomb group complexes containing GAGA factor

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Carroll, SB
      Endless forms: the evolution of gene regulation and morphological diversity

      CELL
    24. Stern, DL
      Evolutionary biology - The problem of variation

      NATURE
    25. Peterson, KJ; Davidson, EH
      Regulatory evolution and the origin of the bilaterians

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    26. Lewis, DL; DeCamillis, M; Bennett, RL
      Distinct roles of the homeotic genes Ubx and abd-A in beetle embryonic abdominal appendage development

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    27. Chauvet, S; Merabet, S; Bilder, D; Scott, MP; Pradel, J; Graba, Y
      Distinct Hox protein sequences determine specificity in different tissues

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    28. Emerald, BS; Shashidhara, LS
      Negative regulation of Ultrabithorax expression by engrailed is required for proper specification of wing development in Drosophila melanogaster

      JOURNAL OF GENETICS
    29. Gildea, JJ; Lopez, R; Shearn, A
      A screen for new trithorax group genes identified little imaginal discs, the Drosophila melanogaster homologue of human retinoblastoma binding protein 2

      GENETICS
    30. Pederson, JA; LaFollette, JW; Gross, C; Veraksa, A; McGinnis, W; Mahaffey, JW
      Regulation by homeoproteins: A comparison of deformed-responsive elements

      GENETICS
    31. Dai, H; Hogan, C; Gopalakrishnan, B; Torres-Vazquez, J; Nguyen, M; Park, SB; Raftery, LA; Warrior, R; Arora, K
      The zinc finger protein schnurri nets as a smad partner in mediating the transcriptional response to decapentaplegic

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    32. Shimell, MJ; Peterson, AJ; Burr, J; Simon, JA; O'Connor, MB
      Functional analysis of repressor binding sites in the iab-2 regulatory region of the abdominal-A homeotic gene

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    33. Lewis, DL; DeCamillis, MA; Brunetti, CR; Halder, G; Kassner, VA; Selegue, JE; Higgs, S; Carroll, SB
      Ectopic gene expression and homeotic transformations in arthropods using recombinant Sindbis viruses

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    34. Abzhanov, A; Kaufman, TC
      Novel regulation of the homeotic gene Scr associated with a crustacean leg-to-maxilliped appendage transformation

      DEVELOPMENT
    35. Pultz, MA; Pitt, JN; Alto, NM
      Extensive zygotic control of the anteroposterior axis in the wasp Nasonia vitripennis

      DEVELOPMENT
    36. Li, XL; Veraksa, A; McGinnis, W
      A sequence motif distinct from Hox binding sites controls the specificity of a Hox response element

      DEVELOPMENT
    37. Fritsch, C; Brown, JL; Kassis, JA; Muller, J
      The DNA-binding Polycomb group protein Pleiohomeotic mediates silencing ofa Drosophila homeotic gene

      DEVELOPMENT
    38. Peterson, MD; Rogers, BT; Popadic, A; Kaufman, TC
      The embryonic expression pattern of labial, posterior homeotic complex genes and the teashirt homologue in an apterygote insect

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    39. Bennett, RL; Brown, SJ; Denell, RE
      Molecular and genetic analysis of the Tribolium Ultrabithorax ortholog, Ultrathorax

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    40. Ryoo, HD; Mann, RS
      The control of trunk Hox specificity and activity by Extradenticle

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    41. Pirrotta, V
      Transvection and chromosomal trans-interaction effects

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-REVIEWS ON CANCER
    42. Docquier, F; Randsholt, NB; Deutsch, J; Santamaria, P
      The 35UZ transposon of Drosophila melanogaster reveals differences in maintenance of transcriptional control between embryonic and larval stages

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    43. Holland, PWH
      The future of evolutionary developmental biology

      NATURE
    44. Li, XL; McGinnis, W
      Activity regulation of Hox proteins, a mechanism for altering functional specificity in development and evolution

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    45. Kremser, T; Hasenpusch-Theil, K; Wagner, E; Buttgereit, D; Renkawitz-Pohl, R
      Expression of the beta 3 tubulin gene (beta Tub60D) in the visceral mesoderm of Drosophila is dependent on a complex enhancer that binds Tinman and UBX

      MOLECULAR AND GENERAL GENETICS
    46. Gibson, G; Wemple, M; van Helden, S
      Potential variance affecting homeotic Ultrabithorax and Antennapedia phenotypes in Drosophila melanogaster

      GENETICS
    47. Lukens, LN; Doebley, J
      Epistatic and environmental interactions for quantitative trait loci involved in maize evolution

      GENETICAL RESEARCH
    48. Shashidhara, LS; Agrawal, N; Bajpai, R; Bharathi, V; Sinha, P
      Negative regulation of dorsoventral signaling by the homeotic gene Ultrabithorax during haltere development in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. TAYLOR HS
      A REGULATORY ELEMENT OF THE EMPTY SPIRACLES HOMEOBOX GENE IS COMPOSEDOF 3 DISTINCT CONSERVED REGIONS THAT BIND REGULATORY PROTEINS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    50. HIRTH F; HARTMANN B; REICHERT H
      HOMEOTIC GENE-ACTION IN EMBRYONIC BRAIN-DEVELOPMENT OF DROSOPHILA

      Development
    51. BILDER D; GRABA Y; SCOTT MP
      WNT AND TGF-BETA SIGNALS SUBDIVIDE THE ABDA HOX DOMAIN DURING DROSOPHILA MESODERM PATTERNING

      Development
    52. Capovilla, M; Botas, J
      Functional dominance among Hox genes: repression dominates activation in the regulation of dpp

      DEVELOPMENT
    53. Liang, ZC; Biggin, MD
      Eve and ftz regulate a wide array of genes in blastoderm embryos: the selector homeoproteins directly or indirectly regulate most genes in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    54. Gemkow, MJ; Verveer, PJ; Arndt-Jovin, DJ
      Homologous association of the Bithorax-Complex during embryogenesis: consequences for transvection in Drosophila melanogaster

      DEVELOPMENT
    55. PROKOP A; BRAY S; HARRISON E; TECHNAU GM
      HOMEOTIC REGULATION OF SEGMENT-SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN NEUROBLAST NUMBERS AND PROLIFERATION IN THE DROSOPHILA CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    56. AZPIAZU N; MORATA G
      FUNCTIONAL AND REGULATORY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HOX AND EXTRADENTICLE GENES

      Genes & development
    57. WEATHERBEE SD; HALDER G; KIM J; HUDSON A; CARROLL S
      ULTRABITHORAX REGULATES GENES AT SEVERAL LEVELS OF THE WING-PATTERNING HIERARCHY TO SHAPE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA HALTERE

      Genes & development
    58. DONG JL; HUNG LH; STROME R; KRAUSE HM
      A PHOSPHORYLATION SITE IN THE FTZ HOMEODOMAIN IS REQUIRED FOR ACTIVITY

      EMBO journal
    59. SERRANO N; MASCHAT F
      MOLECULAR MECHANISM OF POLYHOMEOTIC ACTIVATION BY ENGRAILED

      EMBO journal (Print)
    60. KROON E; KROSL J; THORSTEINSDOTTIR U; BABAN S; BUCHBERG AM; SAUVAGEAU G
      HOXA9 TRANSFORMS PRIMARY BONE-MARROW CELLS THROUGH SPECIFIC COLLABORATION WITH MEIS1A BUT NOT PBX1B

      EMBO journal (Print)
    61. LEWIS EB
      THE BITHORAX COMPLEX - THE FIRST 50 YEARS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    62. PRADEL J; WHITE RAH
      FROM SELECTORS TO REALIZATORS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    63. INGHAM PW
      TRITHORAX AND THE REGULATION OF HOMEOTIC GENE-EXPRESSION IN DROSOPHILA - A HISTORICAL-PERSPECTIVE

      The International journal of developmental biology
    64. BOUBE M; SEROUDE L; CRIBBS DL
      HOMEOTIC PROBOSCIPEDIA CELL IDENTITY FUNCTIONS RESPOND TO CELL SIGNALING PATHWAYS ALONG THE PROXIMO-DISTAL AXIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    65. CASTELLIGAIR J
      IMPLICATIONS OF THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL REGULATION OF HOX GENES ON DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    66. AKAM M
      HOX GENES, HOMEOSIS AND THE EVOLUTION OF SEGMENT IDENTITY - NO NEED FOR HOPELESS MONSTERS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    67. SULSTON IA; ANDERSON KV
      ALTERED PATTERNS OF GENE-EXPRESSION IN TRIBOLIUM SEGMENTATION MUTANTS

      Developmental genetics
    68. Kehle, J; Beuchle, D; Treuheit, S; Christen, B; Kennison, JA; Bienz, M; Muller, J
      dMi-2, a hunchback-interacting protein that functions in Polycomb repression

      SCIENCE
    69. Stern, DL
      A role of Ultrabithorax in morphological differences between Drosophila species

      NATURE
    70. DAMEN WGM; HAUSDORF M; SEYFARTH EA; TAUTZ D
      A CONSERVED MODE OF HEAD SEGMENTATION IN ARTHROPODS REVEALED BY THE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF HOX GENES IN A SPIDER

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    71. MORRIS JR; CHEN JL; GEYER PK; WU CT
      2 MODES OF TRANSVECTION - ENHANCER ACTION IN TRANS AND BYPASS OF A CHROMATIN INSULATOR IN CIS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    72. DRAGANESCU A; TULLIUS TD
      THE DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY OF ENGRAILED HOMEODOMAIN

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    73. AMENDT BA; SUTHERLAND LB; SEMINA EV; RUSSO AF
      THE MOLECULAR-BASIS OF RIEGER-SYNDROME - ANALYSIS OF PITX2 HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN ACTIVITIES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. PERCIVALSMITH A; HAYDEN DJ
      ANALYSIS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SEX COMBS REDUCED AND EXTRADENTICLE ACTIVITY IN THE DETERMINATION OF TARSUS AND ARISTA IDENTITY

      Genetics
    75. Akam, M
      Hox genes in arthropod development and evolution

      BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    76. GRENIER JK; GARBER TL; WARREN R; WHITINGTON PM; CARROLL S
      EVOLUTION OF THE ENTIRE ARTHROPOD HOX GENE SET PREDATED THE ORIGIN AND RADIATION OF THE ONYCHOPHORAN ARTHROPOD CLADE/

      Current biology
    77. MIHALY J; HOGGA I; GAUSZ J; GYURKOVICS H; KARCH F
      IN-SITU DISSECTION OF THE FAB-7 REGION OF THE BITHORAX COMPLEX INTO ACHROMATIN DOMAIN BOUNDARY AND A POLYCOMB-RESPONSE ELEMENT

      Development
    78. ASPLAND SE; WHITE RAH
      NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC LOCALIZATION OF EXTRADENTICLE PROTEIN IS SPATIALLY REGULATED THROUGHOUT DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    79. PERCIVALSMITH A; WEBER J; GILFOYLE E; WILSON P
      GENETIC-CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ROLE OF THE 2 HOX PROTEINS, PROBOSCIPEDIA AND SEX COMBS REDUCED, IN DETERMINATION OF ADULT ANTENNAL, TARSAL, MAXILLARY PALP AND PROBOSCIS IDENTITIES IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Development
    80. BIGGIN MD; MCGINNIS W
      REGULATION OF SEGMENTATION AND SEGMENTAL IDENTITY BY DROSOPHILA HOMEOPROTEINS - THE ROLE OF DNA-BINDING IN FUNCTIONAL-ACTIVITY AND SPECIFICITY

      Development
    81. BUSTURIA A; WIGHTMAN CD; SAKONJU S
      A SILENCER IS REQUIRED FOR MAINTENANCE OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION THROUGHOUT DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    82. ROY S; VIJAYRAGHAVAN K
      HOMEOTIC GENES AND THE REGULATION OF MYOBLAST MIGRATION, FUSION, AND FIBER-SPECIFIC GENE-EXPRESSION DURING ADULT MYOGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    83. APLIN AC; KAUFMAN TC
      HOMEOTIC TRANSFORMATION OF LEGS TO MOUTHPARTS BY PROBOSCIPEDIA EXPRESSION IN DROSOPHILA IMAGINAL DISCS

      Mechanisms of development
    84. MANN RS
      WHY ARE HOX GENES CLUSTERED

      BioEssays
    85. GRABA Y; ARAGNOL D; PRADEL J
      DROSOPHILA HOX COMPLEX DOWNSTREAM TARGETS AND THE FUNCTION OF HOMEOTIC GENES

      BioEssays
    86. ERESH S; RIESE J; JACKSON DB; BOHMANN D; BIENZ M
      A CREB-BINDING SITE AS A TARGET FOR DECAPENTAPLEGIC SIGNALING DURING DROSOPHILA ENDODERM INDUCTION

      EMBO journal
    87. PINSONNEAULT J; FLORENCE B; VAESSIN H; MCGINNIS W
      A MODEL FOR EXTRADENTICLE FUNCTION AS A SWITCH THAT CHANGES HOX PROTEINS FROM REPRESSORS TO ACTIVATORS

      EMBO journal
    88. STRUTT H; CAVALLI G; PARO R
      COLOCALIZATION OF POLYCOMB-PROTEIN AND GAGA-FACTOR ON REGULATORY ELEMENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF HOMEOTIC GENE-EXPRESSION

      EMBO journal
    89. KUZIN B; DOSZHANOV K; MAZO A
      INTERACTION BETWEEN SPINELESS-ARISTAPEDIA GENE AND GENES FROM ANTENNAPEDIA AND BITHORAX COMPLEXES OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      The International journal of developmental biology
    90. BROWN KE; GUEST SS; SMALE ST; HAHM K; MERKENSCHLAGER M; FISHER AG
      ASSOCIATION OF TRANSCRIPTIONALLY SILENT GENES WITH IKAROS COMPLEXES AT CENTROMERIC HETEROCHROMATIN

      Cell
    91. RIECKHOF GE; CASARES F; RYOO HD; ABUSHAAR M; MANN RS
      NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION OF EXTRADENTICLE REQUIRES HOMOTHORAX, WHICH ENCODES AN EXTRADENTICLE-RELATED HOMEODOMAIN PROTEIN

      Cell
    92. AVEROF M; PATEL NH
      CRUSTACEAN APPENDAGE EVOLUTION ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN HOX GENE-EXPRESSION

      Nature
    93. LANEY JD; BIGGIN MD
      ZESTE-MEDIATED ACTIVATION BY AN ENHANCER IS INDEPENDENT OF COOPERATIVE DNA-BINDING IN-VIVO

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    94. MACK JA; SMITH RD; KUHN DT
      MOBILE ELEMENT-297 IN THE ABD-B GENE OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER NOT DELTA-88 IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TUH-3 MUTATION

      Genetics
    95. BENASSAYAG C; BOUBE M; SEROUDE L; CRIBBS DL
      POINT MUTATIONS WITHIN AND OUTSIDE THE HOMEODOMAIN IDENTIFY SEQUENCESREQUIRED FOR PROBOSCIPEDIA HOMEOTIC FUNCTION IN DROSOPHILA

      Genetics
    96. DONALDSON KM; KARPEN GH
      TRANS-SUPPRESSION OF TERMINAL DEFICIENCY-ASSOCIATED POSITION EFFECT VARIEGATION IN A DROSOPHILA MINICHROMOSOME

      Genetics
    97. BIENZ M
      INDUCTION OF THE ENDODERM IN DROSOPHILA

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    98. BERTUCCIOLI C; FASANO L; JUN S; WANG S; SHENG GJ; DESPLAN C
      IN-VIVO REQUIREMENT FOR THE PAIRED DOMAIN AND HOMEODOMAIN OF THE PAIRED SEGMENTATION GENE-PRODUCT

      Development
    99. LANEY JD; BIGGIN MD
      REDUNDANT CONTROL OF ULTRABITHORAX BY ZESTE INVOLVES FUNCTIONAL LEVELS OF ZESTE PROTEIN-BINDING AT THE ULTRABITHORAX PROMOTER

      Development
    100. ZHU AH; KUZIORA MA
      FUNCTIONAL DOMAINS IN THE DEFORMED PROTEIN

      Development


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