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2017

  • Enriquez, J., L. Quintana Rio, R. Blazeski, C. Mason, and R. S. Mann. 2017. Differing strategies used by motor neurons and glia to achieve robust development of an adult neuropil in Drosophila. bioRxiv.

 

2015

  • Enriquez, J., L. Venkatasubramanian, M. Baek, M. Peterson, U. Aghayeva, and R. S. Mann. 2015. Specification of individual adult motor neuron morphologies by combinatorial transcription factor codes. Neuron 86:955-970.

 

2013

  • Baek, M., J. Enriquez, and R. S. Mann. 2013. Dual role for Hox genes and Hox co-factors in conferring leg motoneuron survival and identity in Drosophila. Development 140:2027-2038.

 

2012

  • Boukhatmi, H., J. L. Frendo, J. Enriquez, M. Crozatier, L. Dubois, and A. Vincent. 2012. Tup/Islet1 integrates time and position to specify muscle identity in Drosophila. Development 139:3572-3582.
  • Enriquez, J., M. de Taffin, M. Crozatier, A. Vincent, and L. Dubois. 2012. Combinatorial coding of Drosophila muscle shape by Collier and Nautilus. Dev Biol 363:27-39.

 

2010

  • Enriquez, J., H. Boukhatmi, L. Dubois, A. A. Philippakis, M. L. Bulyk, A. M. Michelson, M. Crozatier, and A. Vincent. 2010. Multi-step control of muscle diversity by Hox proteins in the Drosophila embryo. Development 137:457-466.
  • Enriquez, J., and A. Vincent. 2010. Segmental variations in the patterns of somatic muscles: what roles for Hox? Fly (Austin) 4:249-252.

 

2007

  • Dubois, L., J. Enriquez, V. Daburon, F. Crozet, G. Lebreton, M. Crozatier, and A. Vincent. 2007. Collier transcription in a single Drosophila muscle lineage: the combinatorial control of muscle identity.  134:4347-4355.