francois schweisguth
francois schweisguth
CNRS UMR3738 Institut Pasteur
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Regulation of notch signaling activity
F Schweisguth
Current biology 14 (3), R129-R138, 2004
The neurogenic suppressor of hairless DNA-binding protein mediates the transcriptional activation of the enhancer of split complex genes triggered by Notch signaling.
M Lecourtois, F Schweisguth
Genes & development 9 (21), 2598-2608, 1995
The roles of receptor and ligand endocytosis in regulating Notch signaling
R Le Borgne, A Bardin, F Schweisguth
Oxford University Press for The Company of Biologists Limited 132 (8), 1751-1762, 2005
Suppressor of Hairless, the Drosophila homolog of the mouse recombination signal-binding protein gene, controls sensory organ cell fates
F Schweisguth, JW Posakony
Cell 69 (7), 1199-1212, 1992
Revisiting the Drosophila microchaete lineage: a novel intrinsically asymmetric cell division generates a glial cell
M Gho, Y Bellaïche, F Schweisguth
Development 126 (16), 3573-3584, 1999
Transcription of bxd noncoding RNAs promoted by trithorax represses Ubx in cis by transcriptional interference
S Petruk, Y Sedkov, KM Riley, J Hodgson, F Schweisguth, S Hirose, ...
Cell 127 (6), 1209-1221, 2006
Unequal segregation of Neuralized biases Notch activation during asymmetric cell division
R Le Borgne, F Schweisguth
Developmental cell 5 (1), 139-148, 2003
Frizzled regulates localization of cell-fate determinants and mitotic spindle rotation during asymmetric cell division
Y Bellaïche, M Gho, JA Kaltschmidt, AH Brand, F Schweisguth
Nature cell biology 3 (1), 50-57, 2001
aPKC‐mediated phosphorylation regulates asymmetric membrane localization of the cell fate determinant Numb
CA Smith, KM Lau, Z Rahmani, SE Dho, G Brothers, YM She, DM Berry, ...
The EMBO journal 26 (2), 468-480, 2007
The Partner of Inscuteable/Discs-large complex is required to establish planar polarity during asymmetric cell division in Drosophila
Y Bellaı̈che, A Radovic, DF Woods, CD Hough, ML Parmentier, ...
Cell 106 (3), 355-366, 2001
Repression by suppressor of hairless and activation by Notch are required to define a single row of single-minded expressing cells in the Drosophila embryo
V Morel, F Schweisguth
Genes & development 14 (3), 377-388, 2000
Indirect evidence for Delta-dependent intracellular processing of Notch in Drosophila embryos
M Lecourtois, F Schweisguth
Current Biology 8 (13), 771-775, 1998
Frizzled signalling controls orientation of asymmetric sense organ precursor cell divisions in Drosophila
M Gho, F Schweisguth
Nature 393 (6681), 178-181, 1998
Mechanism and significance of cis-inhibition in Notch signalling
D del Álamo, H Rouault, F Schweisguth
Current Biology 21 (1), R40-R47, 2011
Inhibition of the DNA-binding activity of Drosophila suppressor of hairless and of its human homolog, KBF2/RBP-J kappa, by direct protein-protein interaction with Drosophila …
C Brou, F Logeat, M Lecourtois, J Vandekerckhove, P Kourilsky, ...
Genes & development 8 (20), 2491-2503, 1994
Two Distinct E3 Ubiquitin Ligases Have Complementary Functions in the Regulation of Delta and Serrate Signaling in Drosophila
R Le Borgne, S Remaud, S Hamel, F Schweisguth
PLoS biology 3 (4), e96, 2005
Transcriptional repression by Suppressor of Hairless involves the binding of a Hairless-dCtBP complex in Drosophila
V Morel, M Lecourtois, O Massiani, D Maier, A Preiss, F Schweisguth
Current Biology 11 (10), 789-792, 2001
Antagonistic activities of Suppressor of Hairless and Hairless control alternative cell fates in the Drosophila adult epidermis
F Schweisguth, JW Posakony
Development 120 (6), 1433-1441, 1994
Transcriptional control of stem cell maintenance in the Drosophila intestine
AJ Bardin, CN Perdigoto, TD Southall, AH Brand, F Schweisguth
Development 137 (5), 705-714, 2010
Subcellular localization of Suppressor of Hairless in Drosophila sense organ cells during Notch signalling
M Gho, M Lecourtois, G Géraud, JW Posakony, F Schweisguth
Development 122 (6), 1673-1682, 1996
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