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Clonal analysis by tunable CRISPR-mediated excision

Author(s) : Gilles A, Schinko J, Schacht M, Enjolras C, Averof M,
Journal : bioRxiv
2018

Is it possible to reconstruct an accurate cell lineage using CRISPR recorders?

Author(s) : Salvador-Martínez I, Grillo M, Averof M, Telford M,
Journal : bioRxiv
2018

Repeated co-option of a conserved gene regulatory module underpins the evolution of the crustacean carapace, insect wings and other flat outgrowths

Author(s) : Shiga Y, Kato Y, Aragane-Nomura Y, Haraguchi T, Saridaki T, Watanabe H, Iguchi T, Yamagata H, Averof M,
Journal : bioRxiv
2017

Old questions, new models: unraveling complex organ regeneration with new experimental approaches.

Author(s) : Grillo M, Konstantinides N, Averof M,
Journal : Curr Opin Genet Dev
2016

Live imaging reveals the progenitors and cell dynamics of limb regeneration.

Author(s) : Alwes F, Enjolras C, Averof M,
Journal : Elife
2016

The genome of the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis, a model for animal development, regeneration, immunity and lignocellulose digestion.

Author(s) : Kao D, Lai A, Stamataki E, Rosic S, Konstantinides N, Jarvis E, Di Donfrancesco A, Pouchkina-Stancheva N, Semon M, Grillo M, Bruce H, Kumar S, Siwanowicz I, Le A, Lemire A, Eisen M, Extavour C, Browne W, Wolff C, Averof M, Patel N, Sarkies P, Pavlopoulos A, Aboobaker A,
Journal : Elife
2016

Efficient CRISPR-mediated gene targeting and transgene replacement in the beetle Tribolium castaneum.

Author(s) : Gilles A, Schinko J, Averof M,
Journal : Development
2015

A common cellular basis for muscle regeneration in arthropods and vertebrates.

Author(s) : Konstantinides N, Averof M,
Journal : Science
2014

Development: a deep breath for endocrine organ evolution.

Author(s) : Grillo M, Casanova J, Averof M,
Journal : Curr Biol
2014

Functional genetics for all: engineered nucleases, CRISPR and the gene editing revolution.

Author(s) : Gilles A, Averof M,
Journal : Evodevo
2014

MicroRNAs act as cofactors in bicoid-mediated translational repression.

Author(s) : Rodel C, Gilles A, Averof M,
Journal : Curr Biol
2013