Publications of E. A. Wimmer

Journal Article (9)

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Schoeck, F.; Reischl, J.; Wimmer, E. A.; Taubert, H.; Purnell, B. A.; Jaeckle, H.: Phenotypic suppression of empty spiracles is prevented by buttonhead. Nature 405, pp. 351 - 354 (2000)
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Schoeck, F.; Purnell, B. A.; Wimmer, E. A.; Jaeckle, H.: Common and diverged functions of the Drosophila gene pair D-Sp1 and buttonhead. Mechanisms of Development 89, pp. 125 - 132 (1999)
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Vorbrüggen, G.; Constien, R.; Zilian, O.; Wimmer, E. A.; Dowe, G.; Taubert, H.; Noll, M.; Jäckle, H.: Embryonic expression and characterization of a PTx1 homolog in Drosophila. Mechanisms of Development 68 (1-2), pp. 139 - 147 (1997)
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Wimmer, E. A.; Cohen, S. M.; Jaeckle, H.; Desplan, C.: buttonhead does not contribute to a combinatorial code proposed for Drosophila head development. Development 124 (8), pp. 1509 - 1517 (1997)
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Wimmer, E. A.; Frommer, G.; Purnell, B. A.; Jaeckle, H.: buttonhead and D-Sp1: A novel Drosophila gene pair. Mechanisms of Development 59 (1), pp. 53 - 62 (1996)
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Wimmer, E. A.; Simpsonbrose, M.; Cohen, S. M.; Desplan, C.; Jaeckle, H.: Trans- and cis-acting requirements for blastodermal expression of the head gap gene buttonhead. Mechanisms of Development 53 (2), pp. 235 - 245 (1995)
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Gonzalez-Gaitan, M.; Rothe, M.; Wimmer, E. A.; Taubert, H.; Jaeckle, 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 States of America 91 (18), pp. 8567 - 8571 (1994)
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Rothe, M.; Wimmer, E. A.; Pankratz, M. J.; Gonzalez-Gaitan, M.; Jaeckle, H.: Identical transacting factor requirement for knirps and knirps-related Gene expression in the anterior but not in the posterior region of the Drosophila embryo. Mechanisms of Development 46 (3), pp. 169 - 181 (1994)
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Wimmer, E. A.; Jaeckle, H.; Pfeile, C.; Cohen, S. M.: A Drosophila homologue of human Sp1 is a head-specific segmentation gene. Nature 366 (6456), pp. 690 - 694 (1993)
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