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    1. Kumar, JP
      Signalling pathways in Drosophila and vertebrate retinal development

      NATURE REVIEWS GENETICS
    2. Baonza, A; Casci, T; Freeman, M
      A primary role for the epidermal growth factor receptor in ommatidial spacing in the Drosophila eye

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    3. Lee, JD; Treisman, JE
      Sightless has homology to transmembrane acyltransferases and is required to generate active Hedgehog protein

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    4. Traiffort, E; Moya, KL; Faure, H; Hassig, R; Ruat, M
      High expression and anterograde axonal transport of aminoterminal sonic hedgehog in the adult hamster brain

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Bhandari, P; Shashidhara, LS
      Studies on human colon cancer gene APC by targeted expression in Drosophila

      ONCOGENE
    6. Lee, JD; Treisman, JE
      The role of Wingless signaling in establishing the anteroposterior and dorsoventral axes of the eye disc

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Yang, LH; Baker, NE
      Role of the EGFR/Ras/Raf pathway in specification of photoreceptor cells in the Drosophila retina

      DEVELOPMENT
    8. Zhang, XM; Yang, XJ
      Regulation of retinal ganglion cell production by Sonic hedgehog

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Treisman, JE
      Drosophila homologues of the transcriptional coactivation complex subunitsTRAP240 and TRAP230 are required for identical processes in eye-antennal disc development

      DEVELOPMENT
    10. Baonza, A; Freeman, M
      Notch signalling and the initiation of neural development in the Drosophila eye

      DEVELOPMENT
    11. Kumar, JP; Moses, K
      The EGF receptor and notch signaling pathways control the initiation of the morphogenetic furrow during Drosophila eye development

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Brennan, CA; Li, TR; Bender, M; Hsiung, F; Moses, K
      Broad-complex, but not Ecdysone receptor, is required for progression of the morphogenetic furrow in the Drosophila eye

      DEVELOPMENT
    13. Hayashi, T; Saigo, K
      Diversification of cell types in the Drosophila eye by differential expression of prepattern genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    14. Rangarajan, R; Courvoisier, H; Gaul, U
      Dpp and Hedgehog mediate neuron-glia interactions in Drosophila eye development by promoting the proliferation and motility of subretinal glia

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    15. Mozer, BA
      Dominant Drop mutants are gain-of-function alleles of the muscle segment homeobox gene (msh) whose overexpression leads to the arrest of eye development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    16. Brennan, CA; Moses, K
      Determination of Drosophila photoreceptors: timing is everything

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    17. White, NM; Jarman, AP
      Drosophila Atonal controls photoreceptor R8-specific properties and modulates both Receptor Tyrosine Kinase and Hedgehog signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    18. Maurel-Zaffran, C; Treisman, JE
      pannier acts upstream of wingless to direct dorsal eye disc development inDrosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    19. Pichaud, F; Casares, F
      homothorax and iroquois-C genes are required for the establishment of territories within the developing eye disc

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    20. Cho, KO; Chern, J; Izaddoost, S; Choi, KW
      Novel signaling from the peripodial membrane is essential for eye disc patterning in Drosophila

      CELL
    21. Benlali, A; Draskovic, I; Hazelett, DJ; Treisman, JE
      Act up controls actin polymerization to alter cell shape and restrict hedgehog signaling in the Drosophila eye disc

      CELL
    22. Friedrich, M; Benzer, S
      Divergent decapentaplegic expression patterns in compound eye development and the evolution of insect metamorphosis

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    23. Liu, XJ; Lengyel, JA
      Drosophila arc encodes a novel adherens junction-associated PDZ domain protein required for wing and eye development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    24. Mukherjee, A; Shan, XL; Mutsuddi, M; Ma, Y; Nambu, JR
      The Drosophila Sox gene, fish-hook, is required for postembryonic development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    25. Abrell, S; Carrera, P; Jackle, H
      A modifier screen of ectopic Kruppel activity identifies autosomal Drosophila chromosomal sites and genes required for normal eye development

      CHROMOSOMA
    26. Chen, R; Halder, G; Zhang, ZH; Mardon, G
      Signaling by the TGF-beta homolog decapentaplegic functions reiteratively within the network of genes controlling retinal cell fate determination in Drosophila

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. McCabe, KL; Gunther, EC; Reh, TA
      The development of the pattern of retinal ganglion cells in the chick retina: mechanisms that control differentiation

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Greenwood, S; Struhl, G
      Progression of the morphogenetic furrow in the Drosophila eye: the roles of Hedgehog, Decapentaplegic and the Raf pathway

      DEVELOPMENT
    29. Cavodeassi, F; del Corral, RD; Campuzano, S; Dominguez, M
      Compartments and organising boundaries in the Drosophila eye: the role of the homeodomain Iroquois proteins

      DEVELOPMENT
    30. Amin, A; Li, YB; Finkelstein, R
      Hedgehog activates the EGF receptor pathway during Drosophila head development

      DEVELOPMENT
    31. Dominguez, M
      Dual role for Hedgehog in the regulation of the proneural gene atonal during ommatidia development

      DEVELOPMENT
    32. Boutros, M; Mlodzik, M
      Dishevelled: at the crossroads of divergent intracellular signaling pathways

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    33. Zeidler, MP; Perrimon, N; Strutt, DI
      Polarity determination in the Drosophila eye: a novel role for Unpaired and JAK STAT signaling

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    34. Jaffe, LF
      Organization of early development by calcium patterns

      BIOESSAYS
    35. Reifegerste, R; Moses, K
      Genetics of epithelial polarity and pattern in the Drosophila retina

      BIOESSAYS
    36. Bonini, NM; Fortini, ME
      Surviving Drosophila eye development: integrating cell death with differentiation during formation of a neural structure

      BIOESSAYS
    37. Treisman, JE
      A conserved blueprint for the eye?

      BIOESSAYS
    38. Haug-Collet, K; Pearson, B; Webel, R; Szerencsei, RT; Winkfein, RJ; Schnetkamp, PPM; Colley, NJ
      Cloning and characterization of a potassium-dependent sodium/calcium exchanger in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    39. Mozer, BA; Easwarachandran, K
      Pattern formation in the absence of cell proliferation: Tissue-specific regulation of cell cycle progression by string (stg) during Drosophila eye development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    40. 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
    41. 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
    42. KURANT E; PAI CY; SHARF R; HALACHMI N; SUN YH; SALZBERG A
      DORSOFONALS HOMOTHORAX, THE DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF MEIS1, INTERACTS WITH EXTRADENTICLE IN PATTERNING OF THE EMBRYONIC PNS/

      Development
    43. HEBERLEIN U; BOROD ER; CHANUT FA
      DORSOVENTRAL PATTERNING IN THE DROSOPHILA RETINA BY WINGLESS

      Development
    44. 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
    45. HAZELETT DJ; BOUROUIS M; WALLDORF U; TREISMAN JE
      DECAPENTAPLEGIC AND WINGLESS ARE REGULATED BY EYES ABSENT AND EYEGONEAND INTERACT TO DIRECT THE PATTERN OF RETINAL DIFFERENTIATION IN THE EYE DISC

      Development
    46. ZHANG J; CARTHEW RW
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN WINGLESS AND DFZ2 DURING DROSOPHILA WING DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    47. BRENNAN CA; ASHBURNER M; MOSES K
      ECDYSONE PATHWAY IS REQUIRED FOR FURROW PROGRESSION IN THE DEVELOPINGDROSOPHILA EYE

      Development
    48. HALDER G; CALLAERTS P; FLISTER S; WALLDORF U; KLOTER U; GEHRING WJ
      EYELESS INITIATES THE EXPRESSION OF BOTH SINE OCULIS AND EYES ABSENT DURING DROSOPHILA COMPOUND EYE DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    49. CHAMPLIN DT; TRUMAN JW
      ECDYSTEROIDS GOVERN 2 PHASES OF EYE DEVELOPMENT DURING METAMORPHOSIS OF THE MOTH, MANDUCA-SEXTA

      Development
    50. Spencer, SA; Powell, PA; Miller, DT; Cagan, RL
      Regulation of EGF receptor signaling establishes pattern across the developing Drosophila retina

      DEVELOPMENT
    51. BAKER NE; YU SY
      THE R8-PHOTORECEPTOR EQUIVALENCE GROUP IN DROSOPHILA - FATE CHOICE PRECEDES REGULATED DELTA-TRANSCRIPTION AND IS INDEPENDENT OF NOTCH GENE DOSE

      Mechanisms of development
    52. PAI CY; KUO TS; JAW TJ; KURANT E; CHEN CT; BESSARAB DA; SALZBERG A; SUN YH
      THE HOMOTHORAX HOMEOPROTEIN ACTIVATES THE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF ANOTHER HOMEOPROTEIN, EXTRADENTICLE, AND SUPPRESSES EYE DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Genes & development
    53. GUBB D
      CELLULAR POLARITY, MITOTIC SYNCHRONY AND AXES OF SYMMETRY DURING GROWTH - WHERE DOES THE INFORMATION COME FROM

      The International journal of developmental biology
    54. SHULMAN JM; PERRIMON N; AXELROD JD
      FRIZZLED SIGNALING AND THE DEVELOPMENTAL CONTROL OF CELL POLARITY

      Trends in genetics
    55. NETTER S; FAUVARQUE MO; DELCORRAL RD; DURA JM; COEN D
      WHITE(+) TRANSGENE INSERTIONS PRESENTING A DORSAL VENTRAL PATTERN DEFINE A SINGLE CLUSTER OF HOMEOBOX GENES THAT IS SILENCED BY THE POLYCOMB-GROUP PROTEINS IN DROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER/

      Genetics
    56. BOROD ER; HEBERLEIN U
      MUTUAL REGULATION OF DECAPENTAPLEGIC AND HEDGEHOG DURING THE INITIATION OF DIFFERENTIATION IN THE DROSOPHILA RETINA

      Developmental biology
    57. LEVINE A; WEISS C; WIDES R
      EXPRESSION OF THE PAIR-RULE GENE ODD OZ (ODZ) IN IMAGINAL TISSUES

      Developmental dynamics
    58. ADLER PN; KRASNOW RE; LIU JC
      TISSUE POLARITY POINTS FROM CELLS THAT HAVE HIGHER FRIZZLED LEVELS TOWARDS CELLS THAT HAVE LOWER FRIZZLED LEVELS

      Current biology
    59. ROYET J; FINKELSTEIN R
      ESTABLISHING PRIMORDIA IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE-ANTENNAL IMAGINAL DISC -THE ROLES OF DECAPENTAPLEGIC, WINGLESS AND HEDGEHOG

      Development
    60. TOMLINSON A; STRAPPS WR; HEEMSKERK J
      LINKING FRIZZLED AND WNT SIGNALING IN DROSOPHILA DEVELOPMENT

      Development
    61. PIGNONI F; ZIPURSKY SL
      INDUCTION OF DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT BY DECAPENTAPLEGIC

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

      Development
    63. CHANUT F; HEBERLEIN U
      ROLE OF DECAPENTAPLEGIC IN INITIATION AND PROGRESSION OF THE MORPHOGENETIC FURROW IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA RETINA

      Development
    64. STRUTT DI; MLODZIK M
      HEDGEHOG IS AN INDIRECT REGULATOR OF MORPHOGENETIC FURROW PROGRESSIONIN THE DROSOPHILA EYE DISC

      Development
    65. ZELHOF AC; GHBEISH N; TSAI CC; EVANS RM; MCKEOWN M
      A ROLE FOR ULTRASPIRACLE, THE DROSOPHILA RXR, IN MORPHOGENETIC FURROWMOVEMENT AND PHOTORECEPTOR CLUSTER FORMATION

      Development
    66. CREW JR; BATTERHAM P; POLLOCK JA
      DEVELOPING COMPOUND EYE IN LOZENGE MUTANTS OF DROSOPHILA - LOZENGE EXPRESSION IN THE R7 EQUIVALENCE GROUP

      Development, genes and evolution
    67. REIFEGERSTE R; MA CY; MOSES K
      A POLARITY FIELD IS ESTABLISHED EARLY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA COMPOUND EYE

      Mechanisms of development
    68. DOMINGUEZ M; HAFEN E
      HEDGEHOG DIRECTLY CONTROLS INITIATION AND PROPAGATION OF RETINAL DIFFERENTIATION IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE

      Genes & development
    69. CHANUT F; HEBERLEIN U
      RETINAL MORPHOGENESIS IN DROSOPHILA - HINTS FROM AN EYE-SPECIFIC DECAPENTAPLEGIC ALLELE

      Developmental genetics
    70. BAKER NE; YU S; HAN D
      EVOLUTION OF PRONEURAL ATONAL EXPRESSION DURING DISTINCT REGULATORY PHASES IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE

      Current biology
    71. CADIGAN KM; NUSSE R
      WINGLESS SIGNALING IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE AND EMBRYONIC EPIDERMIS

      Development
    72. DOKUCU ME; ZIPURSKY SL; CAGAN RL
      ATONAL, ROUGH AND THE RESOLUTION OF PRONEURAL CLUSTERS IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA RETINA

      Development
    73. HUANG YZ; FISCHERVIZE JA
      UNDIFFERENTIATED CELLS IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA EYE INFLUENCE FACET ASSEMBLY AND REQUIRE THE FAT FACETS UBIQUITIN-SPECIFIC PROTEASE

      Development
    74. KARPILOW JM; PIMENTEL AC; SHAMLOULA HK; VENKATESH TR
      NEURONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE DROSOPHILA COMPOUND EYE - PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS R1, R6, AND R7 FAIL TO DIFFERENTIATE IN THE RETINA ABERRANT IN PATTERN (RAP) MUTANT

      Journal of neurobiology
    75. BURKE R; BASLER K
      HEDGEHOG-DEPENDENT PATTERNING IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE CAN OCCUR IN THE ABSENCE OF DPP SIGNALING

      Developmental biology
    76. MORIMURA S; MAVES L; CHEN YJ; HOFFMANN FM
      DECAPENTAPLEGIC OVEREXPRESSION AFFECTS DROSOPHILA WING AND LEG IMAGINAL DISC DEVELOPMENT AND WINGLESS EXPRESSION

      Developmental biology
    77. TREISMAN JE; LAI ZC; RUBIN GM
      SHORTSIGHTED ACTS IN THE DECAPENTAPLEGIC PATHWAY IN DROSOPHILA EYE DEVELOPMENT AND HAS HOMOLOGY TO A MOUSE TGF-BETA-RESPONSIVE GENE

      Development
    78. MA CY; MOSES K
      WINGLESS AND PATCHED ARE NEGATIVE REGULATORS OF THE MORPHOGENETIC FURROW AND CAN AFFECT TISSUE POLARITY IN THE DEVELOPING DROSOPHILA COMPOUND EYE

      Development
    79. JARMAN AP; SUN Y; JAN LY; JAN YN
      ROLE OF THE PRONEURAL GENE, ATONAL, IN FORMATION OF DROSOPHILA CHORDOTONAL ORGANS AND PHOTORECEPTORS

      Development
    80. CHANUT F; HEBERLEIN U
      ROLE OF THE MORPHOGENETIC FURROW IN ESTABLISHING POLARITY IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE

      Development
    81. STRUTT DI; MLODZIK M
      OMMATIDIAL POLARITY IN THE DROSOPHILA EYE IS DETERMINED BY THE DIRECTION OF FURROW PROGRESSION AND LOCAL INTERACTIONS

      Development
    82. TREISMAN JE; RUBIN GM
      WINGLESS INHIBITS MORPHOGENETIC FURROW MOVEMENT IN THE DROSOPHILA EYEDISC

      Development
    83. MARDON G; SOLOMON NM; RUBIN GM
      DACHSHUND ENCODES A NUCLEAR-PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR NORMAL EYE AND LEG DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Development
    84. TIO M; MA CY; MOSES K
      SPITZ, A DROSOPHILA HOMOLOG OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH-FACTOR-ALPHA, IS REQUIRED IN THE FOUNDING PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS OF THE COMPOUND EYE FACETS

      Mechanisms of development
    85. CHEYETTE BNR; GREEN PJ; MARTIN K; GARREN H; HARTENSTEIN V; ZIPURSKY SL
      THE DROSOPHILA SINE OCULIS LOCUS ENCODES A HOMEODOMAIN-CONTAINING PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENTIRE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Neuron


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