Michael E. Samuels

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In D. melanogaster the binary switch gene Sex-lethal (Sxl) plays a pivotal role in somatic sex determination -- when the Sxl gene is on the female pathway is followed, while the male pathway is followed when the gene is off. In the present study we have asked whether the Sxl gene is present in other species of the genus Drosophila and whether it is subject(More)
The Drosophila sex determination gene Sex-lethal (Sxl) controls its own expression, and the expression of downstream target genes such as transformer , by regulating pre-mRNA splicing and mRNA translation. Sxl codes an RNA-binding protein that consists of an N-terminus of approximately 100 amino acids, two 90 amino acid RRM domains, R1 and R2, and an 80(More)
The Drosophila sex determination gene Sex-lethal controls its own expression and the expression of downstream target genes such as transformer by regulating RNA splicing. Genetic and molecular studies have established that Sxl requires the product of another gene, snf, to autoregulate the splicing of its own transcripts. snf has recently been shown to(More)
The authors study the association between physician leadership styles and leadership effectiveness. Executive directors of community health centers were surveyed (269 respondents; response rate = 40.9 percent) for their perceptions of the medical director's leadership behaviors and effectiveness, using an adapted Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (43(More)
Introduction As the first offering in a series of reports addressing minority health issues, the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center presents an overview of demographic and economic statistics pertaining to rural minority populations. We attempt to answer the following questions: • Where do rural minorities live? • How is the rural minority(More)
Hereditary Sensory and Autonomic Neuropathies comprise a set of 5 rare neurologic conditions, little known to radiologists as the neurologic and skin abnormalities precede the radiographic changes by months or even years. We report a Caucasian patient with a clinical history of HSAN, most consistent with subtype 1, whose progressive, destructive bone(More)
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