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Concept Nerve Tissue Proteins
Academic Article CRM1-mediated nuclear export and regulated activity of the Receptor Tyrosine Kinase antagonist YAN require specific interactions with MAE.
Academic Article The spinocerebellar ataxia 8 noncoding RNA causes neurodegeneration and associates with staufen in Drosophila.
Academic Article MAE, a dual regulator of the EGFR signaling pathway, is a target of the Ets transcription factors PNT and YAN.
Academic Article Molecular genetics of spinocerebellar ataxia type 8 (SCA8).
Academic Article Signal integration during development: mechanisms of EGFR and Notch pathway function and cross-talk.
Academic Article The activities of two Ets-related transcription factors required for Drosophila eye development are modulated by the Ras/MAPK pathway.
Academic Article Signal integration during development: insights from the Drosophila eye.
Academic Article Onset of atonal expression in Drosophila retinal progenitors involves redundant and synergistic contributions of Ey/Pax6 and So binding sites within two distant enhancers.
Academic Article A comparative study of Pointed and Yan expression reveals new complexity to the transcriptional networks downstream of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling.
Academic Article Cooperative recruitment of Yan via a high-affinity ETS supersite organizes repression to confer specificity and robustness to cardiac cell fate specification.
Academic Article Collaborative repressive action of the antagonistic ETS transcription factors Pointed and Yan fine-tunes gene expression to confer robustness in Drosophila.
Academic Article A context-dependent bifurcation in the Pointed transcriptional effector network contributes specificity and robustness to retinal cell fate acquisition.

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