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  • 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.



  • 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.



  • 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.



  • 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.



  • 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.



  • 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.