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    1. Vilmos, P; Gaudenz, K; Hegedus, Z; Marsh, JL
      The Twisted gastrulation family of proteins, together with the IGFBP and CCN families, comprise the TIC superfamily of cysteine rich secreted factors

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY-MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY
    2. Elstob, PR; Brodu, V; Gould, AP
      spalt-dependent switching between two cell fates that are induced by the Drosophila EGF receptor

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Jenkins, ES; Gray, S; Combes, RD
      Mutagenesis screens: Can they be justified?

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    4. Hong, Y; Stronach, B; Perrimon, N; Jan, LY; Jan, YN
      Drosophila Stardust interacts with Crumbs to control polarity of epitheliabut not neuroblasts

      NATURE
    5. Justice, MJ
      Capitalizing on large-scale mouse mutagenesis screens

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    6. Chavez, VM; Marques, G; Delbecque, JP; Kobayashi, K; Hollingsworth, M; Burr, J; Natzle, JE; O'Connor, MB
      The Drosophila disembodied gene controls late embryonic morphogenesis and codes for a cytochrome P450 enzyme that regulates embryonic ecdysone levels

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Chen, X; Overstreet, E; Wood, SA; Fischer, JA
      On the conservation of function of the Drosophila Fat facets deubiquitinating enzyme and Fam, its mouse homolog

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    8. Lammel, U; Saumweber, H
      X-linked loci of Drosophila melanogaster causing defects in the morphologyof the embryonic salivary glands

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    9. Moline, MM; Southern, C; Bejsovec, A
      Directionality of Wingless protein transport influences epidermal patterning in the Drosophila embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    10. Li, QJ; Pazdera, TM; Minden, JS
      Drosophila embryonic pattern repair: how embryos respond to cyclin E-induced ectopic division

      DEVELOPMENT
    11. Jack, J; Myette, G
      Mutations that alter the morphology of the malpighian tubules in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT GENES AND EVOLUTION
    12. Mesilaty-Gross, S; Reich, A; Motro, B; Wides, R
      The Drosophila STAM gene homolog is in a tight gene cluster, and its expression correlates to that of the adjacent gene ial

      GENE
    13. van Eeden, FJM; Granato, M; Odenthal, J; Haffter, P
      Developmental mutant screens in the zebrafish

      METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 60
    14. Greaves, S; Sanson, B; White, P; Vincent, JP
      A screen for identifying genes interacting with Armadillo, the Drosophila homolog of beta-catenin

      GENETICS
    15. Lamka, ML; Lipshitz, HD
      Role of the amnioserosa in germ band retraction of the Drosophila melanogaster embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    16. WEHRLI M; TOMLINSON A
      INDEPENDENT REGULATION OF ANTERIOR POSTERIOR AND EQUATORIAL/POLAR POLARITY IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE - EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF WNT SIGNALING IN THE EQUATORIAL/POLAR AXIS/

      Development
    17. CASTELLIGAIR J
      THE LINES GENE OF DROSOPHILA IS REQUIRED FOR SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF THE ABDOMINAL-B HOX PROTEIN

      Development
    18. GONZALEZREYES A; STJOHNSTON D
      THE DROSOPHILA AP AXIS IS POLARIZED BY THE CADHERIN-MEDIATED POSITIONING OF THE OOCYTE

      Development
    19. PICK L
      SEGMENTATION - PAINTING STRIPES FROM FLIES TO VERTEBRATES

      Developmental genetics
    20. Kennerdell, JR; Carthew, RW
      Use of dsRNA-mediated genetic interference to demonstrate that frizzled and frizzled 2 act in the wingless pathway

      CELL
    21. SIMIN K; BATES EA; HORNER MA; LETSOU A
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF PUNT, A TYPE-II DPP RECEPTOR THAT FUNCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER LIFE-CYCLE

      Genetics
    22. JUSTICE MJ; ZHENG B; WOYCHIK RP; BRADLEY A
      USING TARGETED LARGE DELETIONS AND HIGH-EFFICIENCY N-ETHYL-N-NITROSOUREA MUTAGENESIS FOR FUNCTIONAL ANALYSES OF THE MAMMALIAN GENOME

      Methods
    23. INGHAM PW
      ZEBRAFISH GENETICS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Human molecular genetics
    24. RUSCH J; LEVINE M
      REGULATION OF A DPP TARGET GENE IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Development
    25. VINCENT S; RUBERTE E; GRIEDER NC; CHEN CK; HAERRY T; SCHUH R; AFFOLTER M
      DPP CONTROLS TRACHEAL CELL-MIGRATION ALONG THE DORSOVENTRAL BODY AXISOF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Development
    26. YIP MLR; LAMKA ML; LIPSHITZ HD
      CONTROL OF GERM-BAND RETRACTION IN DROSOPHILA BY THE ZINC-FINGER PROTEIN HINDSIGHT

      Development
    27. STOLLEWERK A; KLAMBT C
      THE MIDLINE GLIAL-CELLS ARE REQUIRED FOR REGIONALIZATION OF COMMISSURAL AXONS IN THE EMBRYONIC CNS OF DROSOPHILA

      Development, genes and evolution
    28. HUMMEL T; SCHIMMELPFENG K; KLAMBT C
      FAST AND EFFICIENT EGG COLLECTION AND ANTIBODY STAINING FROM LARGE NUMBERS OF DROSOPHILA STRAINS

      Development, genes and evolution
    29. CUNNIFF J; CHIU YH; MORRIS NR; WARRIOR R
      CHARACTERIZATION OF DNUDC, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF AN ASPERGILLUS GENE THAT FUNCTIONS IN NUCLEAR MOTILITY

      Mechanisms of development
    30. 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
    31. HOU XS; GOLDSTEIN ES; PERRIMON N
      DROSOPHILA JUN RELAYS THE JUN AMINO-TERMINAL KINASE SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY TO THE DECAPENTAPLEGIC SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY IN REGULATING EPITHELIAL-CELL SHEET MOVEMENT

      Genes & development
    32. GLISE B; NOSELLI S
      COUPLING OF JUN AMINO-TERMINAL KINASE AND DECAPENTAPLEGIC IN DROSOPHILA MORPHOGENESIS

      Genes & development
    33. BLADER P; RASTEGAR S; FISCHER N; STRAHLE U
      CLEAVAGE OF THE BMP-4 ANTAGONIST CHORDIN BY ZEBRAFISH TOLLOID

      Science
    34. JACK J; MYETTE G
      THE GENES RAW AND RIBBON ARE REQUIRED FOR PROPER SHAPE OF TUBULAR EPITHELIAL TISSUES IN DROSOPHILA

      Genetics
    35. EPPS JL; JONES JB; TANDA S
      OROSHIGANE, A NEW SEGMENT POLARITY GENE OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER, FUNCTIONS IN HEDGEHOG SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      Genetics
    36. BROWN SJ; DENELL RE
      SEGMENTATION AND DORSOVENTRAL PATTERNING IN TRIBOLIUM

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    37. FELSENFELD AL
      DEFINING THE BOUNDARIES OF ZEBRAFISH DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS

      Nature genetics
    38. GRANATO M; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      FISHING FOR GENES-CONTROLLING DEVELOPMENT

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    39. HAFFTER P; GRANATO M; BRAND M; MULLINS MC; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; KANE DA; ODENTHAL J; VANEEDEN FJM; JIANG YJ; HEISENBERG CP; KELSH RN; FURUTANISEIKI M; VOGELSANG E; BEUCHLE D; SCHACH U; FABIAN C; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      THE IDENTIFICATION OF GENES WITH UNIQUE AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ZEBRAFISH, DANIO-RERIO

      Development
    40. KANE DA; MAISCHEIN HM; BRAND M; VANEEDEN FJM; FURUTANISEIKI M; GRANATO M; HAFFTER P; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; HEISENBERG CP; JIANG YJ; KELSH RN; MULLINS MC; ODENTHAL J; WARGA RM; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      THE ZEBRAFISH EARLY ARREST MUTANTS

      Development
    41. VANEEDEN FJM; GRANATO M; SCHACH U; BRAND M; FURUTANISEIKI M; HAFFTER P; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; HEISENBERG CP; JIANG YJ; KANE DA; KELSH RN; MULLINS MC; ODENTHAL J; WARGA RM; ALLENDE ML; WEINBERG ES; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      MUTATIONS AFFECTING SOMITE FORMATION AND PATTERNING IN THE ZEBRAFISH,DANIO-RERIO

      Development
    42. FRANK LH; RUSHLOW C
      A GROUP OF GENES REQUIRED FOR MAINTENANCE OF THE AMNIOSEROSA TISSUE IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    43. SULSTON IA; ANDERSON KV
      EMBRYONIC PATTERNING MUTANTS IN TRIBOLIUM-CASTANEUM

      Development
    44. LAWRENCE PA; SANSON B; VINCENT JP
      COMPARTMENTS, WINGLESS AND ENGRAILED - PATTERNING THE VENTRAL EPIDERMIS OF DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Development
    45. 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
    46. KELLER EF
      DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS AS TRANSITIONAL OBJECTS - THE WORK OF POULSON,DONALD AND NUSSLEINVOLHARD,CHRISTIANE

      Historical studies in the physical and biological sciences
    47. SLUSS HK; HAN ZQ; BARRETT T; DAVIS RJ; IP YT
      A JNK SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY THAT MEDIATES MORPHOGENESIS AND AN IMMUNE-RESPONSE IN DROSOPHILA

      Genes & development
    48. RIESGOESCOVAR JR; JENNI M; FRITZ A; HAFEN E
      THE DROSOPHILA JUN-N-TERMINAL KINASE IS REQUIRED FOR CELL MORPHOGENESIS BUT NOT FOR DJUN-DEPENDENT CELL FATE SPECIFICATION IN THE EYE

      Genes & development
    49. NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      THE IDENTIFICATION OF GENES-CONTROLLING DEVELOPMENT IN FLIES AND FISHES (NOBEL LECTURE)

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    50. WIESCHAUS E
      FROM MOLECULAR-PATTERNS TO MORPHOGENESIS - THE LESSONS FROM STUDIES ON THE FRUIT-FLY DROSOPHILA (NOBEL LECTURE)

      Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
    51. BAI CY; TOLIAS PP
      CLEAVAGE OF RNA HAIRPINS MEDIATED BY A DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED CCCHZINC-FINGER PROTEIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    52. MACIAS A; MORATA G
      FUNCTIONAL HIERARCHY AND PHENOTYPIC SUPPRESSION AMONG DROSOPHILA HOMEOTIC GENES - THE LABIAL AND EMPTY SPIRACLES GENES

      EMBO journal
    53. GOLDMANLEVI R; MILLER C; GREENBERG G; GABAI E; ZAK NB
      CELLULAR PATHWAYS ACTING ALONG THE GERMBAND AND IN THE AMNIOSEROSA MAY PARTICIPATE IN GERMBAND RETRACTION OF THE DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER EMBRYO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    54. BRONNER G; JACKLE H
      REGULATION AND FUNCTION OF THE TERMINAL GAP GENE HUCKEBEIN IN THE DROSOPHILA BLASTODERM

      The International journal of developmental biology
    55. HAFFTER P; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      LARGE-SCALE GENETICS IN A SMALL VERTEBRATE, THE ZEBRAFISH

      The International journal of developmental biology
    56. ALCEDO J; AYZENZON M; VONOHLEN T; NOLL M; HOOPER JE
      THE DROSOPHILA SMOOTHENED GENE ENCODES A 7-PASS MEMBRANE-PROTEIN, A PUTATIVE RECEPTOR FOR THE HEDGEHOG SIGNAL

      Cell
    57. GRUNWALD DJ
      A FIN-DE-SIECLE ACHIEVEMENT - CHARTING NEW WATERS IN VERTEBRATE BIOLOGY

      Science
    58. STONE DM; HYNES M; ARMANINI M; SWANSON TA; GU QM; JOHNSON RL; SCOTT MP; PENNICA D; GODDARD A; PHILLIPS H; NOLL M; HOOPER JE; DESAUVAGE F; ROSENTHAL A
      THE TUMOR-SUPPRESSOR GENE PATCHED ENCODES A CANDIDATE RECEPTOR FOR SONIC HEDGEHOG

      Nature
    59. MULLER HAJ; WIESCHAUS E
      ARMADILLO, BAZOOKA, AND STARDUST ARE CRITICAL FOR EARLY STAGES IN FORMATION OF THE ZONULA ADHERENS AND MAINTENANCE OF THE POLARIZED BLASTODERM EPITHELIUM IN DROSOPHILA

      The Journal of cell biology
    60. WIESCHAUS E
      EMBRYONIC TRANSCRIPTION AND THE CONTROL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS

      Genetics
    61. HARBECKE R; LENGYEL JA
      GENES-CONTROLLING POSTERIOR GUT DEVELOPMENT IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    62. HIRTH F; THERIANOS S; LOOP T; GEHRING WJ; REICHERT H; FURUKUBOTOKUNAGA K
      DEVELOPMENTAL DEFECTS IN BRAIN SEGMENTATION CAUSED BY MUTATIONS OF THE HOMEOBOX GENES ORTHODENTICLE AND EMPTY SPIRACLES IN DROSOPHILA

      Neuron
    63. HACKER U; KAUFMANN E; HARTMANN C; JURGENS G; KNOCHEL W; JACKLE H
      THE DROSOPHILA FORK HEAD DOMAIN PROTEIN CROCODILE IS REQUIRED FOR THEESTABLISHMENT OF HEAD STRUCTURES

      EMBO journal
    64. RASMUSONLESTANDER A
      THE DROSOPHILA-STOCK-CENTERS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENTALBIOLOGY

      The International journal of developmental biology
    65. GLISE B; BOURBON H; NOSELLI S
      HEMIPTEROUS ENCODES A NOVEL DROSOPHILA MAP KINASE KINASE, REQUIRED FOR EPITHELIAL-CELL SHEET MOVEMENT

      Cell
    66. ARORA K; DAI H; KAZUKO SG; JAMAL J; OCONNOR MB; LETSOU A; WARRIOR R
      THE DROSOPHILA SCHNURRI GENE ACTS IN THE DPP TGF-BETA SIGNALING PATHWAY AND ENCODES A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR HOMOLOGOUS TO THE HUMAN MBP FAMILY/

      Cell
    67. GRIEDER NC; NELLEN D; BURKE R; BASLER K; AFFOLTER M
      SCHNURRI IS REQUIRED FOR DROSOPHILA DPP SIGNALING AND ENCODES A ZINC-FINGER PROTEIN SIMILAR TO THE MAMMALIAN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PRDII-BF1

      Cell
    68. HARTMANN C; JACKLE H
      SPATIOTEMPORAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN A NOVEL DROSOPHILA STRIPE EXPRESSING GENE AND KNOWN SEGMENTATION GENES BY SIMULTANEOUS VISUALIZATION OF TRANSCRIPT PATTERNS

      Chromosoma
    69. PIEDRAFITA AC; MARTINEZRAMIREZ AC; SILVA FJ
      A GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF AROMATIC AMINO-ACID HYDROXYLASES INVOLVEMENT INDOPA SYNTHESIS DURING DROSOPHILA ADULT DEVELOPMENT

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    70. MULLINS MC; HAMMERSCHMIDT M; HAFFTER P; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      LARGE-SCALE MUTAGENESIS IN THE ZEBRAFISH - IN SEARCH OF GENES-CONTROLLING DEVELOPMENT IN A VERTEBRATE

      Current biology
    71. TEPASS U; FESSLER LI; AZIZ A; HARTENSTEIN V
      EMBRYONIC ORIGIN OF HEMOCYTES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO CELL-DEATH INDROSOPHILA

      Development
    72. FINELLI AL; BOSSIE CA; XIE T; PADGETT RW
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE DROSOPHILA TOLLOID GENE, A HUMAN BMP-1 HOMOLOG

      Development
    73. TEPASS U; HARTENSTEIN V
      EPITHELIUM FORMATION IN THE DROSOPHILA MIDGUT DEPENDS ON THE INTERACTION OF ENDODERM AND MESODERM

      Development
    74. EDGAR BA; LEHMAN DA; OFARRELL PH
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF STRING (CDC25) - A LINK BETWEEN DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAMMING AND THE CELL-CYCLE

      Development
    75. LEAHY PS; CAMERON RA; KNOX MA; BRITTEN RJ; DAVIDSON EH
      DEVELOPMENT OF SIBLING INBRED SEA-URCHINS - NORMAL EMBRYOGENESIS, BUTFREQUENT POSTEMBRYONIC MALFORMATION, ARREST AND LETHALITY

      Mechanisms of development
    76. MASON ED; KONRAD KD; WEBB CD; MARSH JL
      DORSAL MIDLINE FATE IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS REQUIRES TWISTED GASTRULATION, A GENE ENCODING A SECRETED PROTEIN RELATED TO HUMAN CONNECTIVE-TISSUE GROWTH-FACTOR

      Genes & development
    77. COSTA M; WILSON ET; WIESCHAUS E
      A PUTATIVE CELL SIGNAL ENCODED BY THE FOLDED GASTRULATION GENE COORDINATES CELL-SHAPE CHANGES DURING DROSOPHILA GASTRULATION

      Cell
    78. NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      OF FLIES AND FISHES

      Science
    79. PATEL NH
      DEVELOPMENTAL EVOLUTION - INSIGHTS FROM STUDIES OF INSECT SEGMENTATION

      Science
    80. GONZALEZGAITAN M; ROTHE M; WIMMER EA; TAUBERT H; JACKLE H
      REDUNDANT FUNCTIONS OF THE GENES KNIRPS AND KNIRPS-RELATED FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ANTERIOR DROSOPHILA HEAD STRUCTURES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    81. CADIGAN KM; GROSSNIKLAUS U; GEHRING WJ
      FUNCTIONAL REDUNDANCY - THE RESPECTIVE ROLES OF THE 2 SLOPPY PAIRED GENES IN DROSOPHILA SEGMENTATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. TEARLE R; TOMLINSON A; SAINT R
      THE DOMINANT DROP EYE MUTATIONS OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER DEFINE 2 LOCI IMPLICATED IN NORMAL EYE DEVELOPMENT

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    83. SOLNICAKREZEL L; SCHIER AF; DRIEVER W
      EFFICIENT RECOVERY OF ENU-INDUCED MUTATIONS FROM THE ZEBRAFISH GERMLINE

      Genetics
    84. WARRIOR R
      PRIMORDIAL GERM-CELL MIGRATION AND THE ASSEMBLY OF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYONIC GONAD

      Developmental biology
    85. DANDREA RJ; STRATMANN R; LEHNER CF; JOHN UP; SAINT R
      THE 3 ROWS GENE OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER ENCODES A NOVEL PROTEIN THAT IS REQUIRED FOR CHROMOSOME DISJUNCTION DURING MITOSIS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    86. BEJSOVEC A; WIESCHAUS E
      SEGMENT POLARITY GENE INTERACTIONS MODULATE EPIDERMAL PATTERNING IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Development
    87. KIM SH; CREWS ST
      INFLUENCE OF DROSOPHILA VENTRAL EPIDERMAL DEVELOPMENT BY THE CNS MIDLINE CELLS AND SPITZ CLASS GENES

      Development
    88. XU T; RUBIN GM
      ANALYSIS OF GENETIC MOSAICS IN DEVELOPING AND ADULT DROSOPHILA TISSUES

      Development
    89. FORBES AJ; NAKANO Y; TAYLOR AM; INGHAM PW
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF HEDGEHOG SIGNALING IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Development
    90. KNUST E; TEPASS U; WODARZ A
      CRUMBS AND STARDUST, 2 GENES OF DROSOPHILA REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EPITHELIAL-CELL POLARITY

      Development
    91. DRYSDALE R; RUSHTON E; BATE M
      GENES REQUIRED FOR EMBRYONIC MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER - A SURVEY OF THE X-CHROMOSOME

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    92. THEROND P; BUSSON D; GUILLEMET E; LIMBOURGBOUCHON B; PREAT T; TERRACOL R; TRICOIRE H; LAMOURISNARD C
      MOLECULAR-ORGANIZATION AND EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE SEGMENT POLARITYGENE FUSED OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Mechanisms of development
    93. COCKERILL KA; BILLIN AN; POOLE SJ
      REGULATION OF EXPRESSION DOMAINS AND EFFECTS OF ECTOPIC EXPRESSION REVEAL GAP GENE-LIKE PROPERTIES OF THE LINKED PDM GENES OF DROSOPHILA

      Mechanisms of development
    94. HAN W; YU Y; ALTAN N; PICK L
      MULTIPLE PROTEINS INTERACT WITH THE FUSHI-TARAZU PROXIMAL ENHANCER

      Molecular and cellular biology
    95. KNIBB WR; TEARLE RG; ELIZUR A; SAINT R
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF CHROMOSOMAL REGION 97D2-9 OF DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    96. SMITH AV; KING JA; ORRWEAVER TL
      IDENTIFICATION OF GENOMIC REGIONS REQUIRED FOR DNA-REPLICATION DURINGDROSOPHILA EMBRYOGENESIS

      Genetics
    97. DICKINSON WJ; YANG YF; SCHUSKE K; AKAM M
      CONSERVATION OF MOLECULAR PREPATTERNS DURING THE EVOLUTION OF CUTICLEMORPHOLOGY IN DROSOPHILA LARVAE

      Evolution
    98. TEPASS U; KNUST E
      CRUMBS AND STARDUST ACT IN A GENETIC PATHWAY THAT CONTROLS THE ORGANIZATION OF EPITHELIA IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER

      Developmental biology
    99. FERGUSON EL; ANDERSON KV
      LOCALIZED ENHANCEMENT AND REPRESSION OF THE ACTIVITY OF THE TGF-BETA FAMILY MEMBER, DECAPENTAPLEGIC, IS NECESSARY FOR DORSAL-VENTRAL PATTERN-FORMATION IN THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Development


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