Manfred Frasch
Manfred Frasch
Professor of Developmental Biology, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU)
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TitleCited byYear
tinman and bagpipe: two homeo box genes that determine cell fates in the dorsal mesoderm of Drosophila.
N Azpiazu, M Frasch
Genes & Development 7 (7b), 1325-1340, 1993
7391993
Characterization and localization of the even‐skipped protein of Drosophila.
M Frasch, T Hoey, C Rushlow, H Doyle, M Levine
The EMBO journal 6 (3), 749-759, 1987
5001987
Induction of visceral and cardiac mesoderm by ectodermal Dpp in the early Drosophila embryo
M Frasch
Nature 374 (6521), 464, 1995
4401995
Early signals in cardiac development
S Zaffran, M Frasch
Circulation research 91 (6), 457-469, 2002
3462002
The Drosophila insulin receptor homolog: a gene essential for embryonic development encodes two receptor isoforms with different signaling potential.
R Fernandez, D Tabarini, N Azpiazu, M Frasch, J Schlessinger
The EMBO journal 14 (14), 3373-3384, 1995
3031995
Sequence similarity between the mammalian bmi-1 proto-oncogene and the Drosophila regulatory genes Psc and Su (z) 2
M Van Lohuizen, M Frasch, E Wientjens, A Berns
Nature 353 (6342), 353, 1991
2771991
Smad proteins act in combination with synergistic and antagonistic regulators to target Dpp responses to the Drosophila mesoderm
X Xu, Z Yin, JB Hudson, EL Ferguson, M Frasch
Genes & Development 12 (15), 2354-2370, 1998
2571998
Complementary patterns of even-skipped and fushi tarazu expression involve their differential regulation by a common set of segmentation genes in Drosophila.
M Frasch, M Levine
Genes & development 1 (9), 981-995, 1987
2501987
A new Drosophila homeo box gene is expressed in mesodermal precursor cells of distinct muscles during embryogenesis.
C Dohrmann, N Azpiazu, M Frasch
Genes & Development 4 (12a), 2098-2111, 1990
2361990
Segmentation and specification of the Drosophila mesoderm.
N Azpiazu, PA Lawrence, JP Vincent, M Frasch
Genes & Development 10 (24), 3183-3194, 1996
2151996
Evolutionary-conserved enhancers direct region-specific expression of the murine Hoxa-1 and Hoxa-2 loci in both mice and Drosophila
M Frasch, X Chen, T Lufkin
Development 121 (4), 957-974, 1995
2151995
Regulation of the twist target gene tinman by modular cis-regulatory elements during early mesoderm development
Z Yin, XL Xu, M Frasch
Development 124 (24), 4971-4982, 1997
1901997
Jelly belly protein activates the receptor tyrosine kinase Alk to specify visceral muscle pioneers
HH Lee, A Norris, JB Weiss, M Frasch
Nature 425 (6957), 507, 2003
1712003
pyramus and thisbe: FGF genes that pattern the mesoderm of Drosophila embryos
A Stathopoulos, B Tam, M Ronshaugen, M Frasch, M Levine
Genes & development 18 (6), 687-699, 2004
1662004
A role for the COUP-TF-related gene seven-up in the diversification of cardioblast identities in the dorsal vessel of Drosophila
PCH Lo, M Frasch
Mechanisms of Development 104 (1), 49-60, 2001
1622001
Maternal regulation of zerknüllt: a homoeobox gene controlling differentiation of dorsal tissues in Drosophila
C Rushlow, M Frasch, H Doyle, M Levine
Nature 330 (6148), 583, 1987
1551987
Cloning of a gene encoding an antigen associated with the centrosome in Drosophila
WG Whitfield, SE Millar, H Saumweber, M Frasch, DM Glover
Journal of Cell Science 89 (4), 467-480, 1988
1521988
The Drosophila homologue of vertebrate myogenic-determination genes encodes a transiently expressed nuclear protein marking primary myogenic cells.
BM Paterson, U Walldorf, J Eldridge, A Dübendorfer, M Frasch, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 88 (9), 3782-3786, 1991
1371991
The role of the NK-homeobox gene slouch (S59) in somatic muscle patterning
S Knirr, N Azpiazu, M Frasch
Development 126 (20), 4525-4535, 1999
1341999
biniou (FoxF), a central component in a regulatory network controlling visceral mesoderm development and midgut morphogenesis in Drosophila
S Zaffran, A Küchler, HH Lee, M Frasch
Genes & development 15 (21), 2900-2915, 2001
1312001
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