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Eric F. Wieschaus American geneticist Wikidata ISNI

Wieschaus, Eric, 1947- National Library of the Czech Republic German National Library

Wieschaus, Eric F. Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 84793611 (Personal)

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Apical constriction drives tissue-scale hydrodynamic flow to mediate cell elongation. Wikidata
The Bicoid gradient is shaped independently of nuclei. Wikidata
Conserved domains of the Nullo protein required for cell-surface localization and formation of adherens junctions Wikidata
Control of cleavage cycles in Drosophila embryos by frühstart. Wikidata
Coordinated regulation of Myc trans-activation targets by Polycomb and the Trithorax group protein Ash1 Wikidata
Correction: Unmasking Activation of the Zygotic Genome Using Chromosomal Deletions in the Drosophila Embryo. Wikidata
Dorsal-ventral pattern of Delta trafficking is established by a Snail-Tom-Neuralized pathway. Wikidata
Drosophila Apc1 and Apc2 regulate Wingless transduction throughout development. Wikidata
Flow-dependent myosin recruitment during Drosophila cellularization requires zygotic dunk activity. Wikidata
From long-term gradients to local cell shape changes, 2003: Library of Congress/NACO
The Heidelberg Screen for Pattern Mutants of Drosophila: A Personal Account. Wikidata
Independent active and thermodynamic processes govern the nucleolus assembly in vivo. Wikidata
Junctions as organizing centers in epithelial cells? A fly perspective. Wikidata
Mapping the pericentric heterochromatin by comparative genomic hybridization analysis and chromosome deletions in Drosophila melanogaster. Wikidata
Maternal-effect mutations altering the anterior-posterior pattern of the Drosophila embryo. Wikidata
Measurement and perturbation of morphogen lifetime: effects on gradient shape Wikidata
Modelling the Bicoid gradient Wikidata
Myosin-dependent remodeling of adherens junctions protects junctions from Snail-dependent disassembly. Wikidata
A nuclear function for armadillo/beta-catenin Wikidata
Nucleation by rRNA Dictates the Precision of Nucleolus Assembly. Wikidata
Passive mechanical forces control cell-shape change during Drosophila ventral furrow formation. Wikidata
Pattern formation: Segmentation genes and the distributions of transcripts Wikidata
Patterned gene expression directs bipolar planar polarity in Drosophila. Wikidata
Polarity protein Par3/Bazooka follows myosin-dependent junction repositioning. Wikidata
Polycomb mediates Myc autorepression and its transcriptional control of many loci in Drosophila. Wikidata
Positional Information and Cell Fate Determination in the Early Drosophila Embryo. Wikidata
Rethinking WNT signaling. Wikidata
SCAR is a primary regulator of Arp2/3-dependent morphological events in Drosophila. Wikidata
slam encodes a developmental regulator of polarized membrane growth during cleavage of the Drosophila embryo. Wikidata
Somatic stem cell niche tropism in Wolbachia. Wikidata
Specificity of embryonic lethal mutations in Drosophila analyzed in germ line clones. Wikidata
src64 and tec29 are required for microfilament contraction during Drosophila cellularization. Wikidata
Three-dimensional epithelial morphogenesis in the developing Drosophila egg Wikidata
Torso RTK controls Capicua degradation by changing its subcellular localization Wikidata
Transcriptional Timers Regulating Mitosis in Early Drosophila Embryos Wikidata
Walter Gehring (1939–2014). Wikidata
Wg/Wnt signal can be transmitted through arrow/LRP5,6 and Axin independently of Zw3/Gsk3beta activity. Wikidata
Wolbachia utilizes host microtubules and Dynein for anterior localization in the Drosophila oocyte Wikidata
Zygotically controlled F-actin establishes cortical compartments to stabilize furrows during Drosophila cellularization. Wikidata

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