Regulation of cellular plasticity in Drosophila imaginal disc cells by the Polycomb group, trithorax group and lama genes
- A. Klebes, Anne Sustar, K. Kechris, Hao Li, G. Schubiger, T. Kornberg
- 15 August 2005
The results validate the methods for expression profiling as a way to analyze developmental programs, and show that modifications to chromatin structure are key to changes in cell fate.
Regeneration and transdetermination: the role of wingless and its regulation.
A Transient Cell Cycle Shift in Drosophila Imaginal Disc Cells Precedes Multipotency
Three genes control the timing, the site and the size of blastema formation in Drosophila.
The Twin Spot Generator for differential Drosophila lineage analysis
The twin spot generator (TSG) technique is developed, which through mitotic recombination generates green and red twin spots that are detectable after the first cell division as single cells.
The Function and Organization of the Motor System Controlling Flight Maneuvers in Flies
Central processing of leg proprioception in Drosophila
Investigating neural circuits in Drosophila that process proprioceptive information from the fly leg reveals that central circuits integrate information across proprioceptor subtypes to construct complex sensorimotor representations that mediate diverse behaviors, including reflexive control of limb posture and detection of leg vibration.
Drosophila twin spot clones reveal cell division dynamics in regenerating imaginal discs.
Functional architecture of neural circuits for leg proprioception in Drosophila