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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 11 references in this bibliography folder.

Bischof, J, Duffraisse, M, Furger, E, Ajuria, L, Giraud, G, Vanderperre, S, Paul, R, Björklund, M, Ahr, D, Ahmed, AW, Spinelli, L, Brun, C, Basler, K, and Merabet, S (2018).
Generation of a versatile BiFC ORFeome library for analyzing protein-protein interactions in live Drosophila
eLife, 7:e38853.

Dard, A, Reboulet, J, Jia, Y, Bleicher, F, Duffraisse, M, Vanaker, JM, Forcet, C, and Merabet, S (2018).
Human HOX Proteins Use Diverse and Context-Dependent Motifs to Interact with TALE Class Cofactors
Cell Rep, 22(11):3058-3071.

Bobola, N and Merabet, S (2017).
Homeodomain proteins in action: similar DNA binding preferences, highly variable connectivity
Curr Opin Genet Dev, 43:1-8.

Merabet, S and Mann, RS (2016).
To Be Specific or Not: The Critical Relationship Between Hox And TALE Proteins
Trends Genet, 32(6):334-47.

Baeza, M, Viala, S, Heim, M, Dard, A, Hudry, B, Duffraisse, M, Rogulja-Ortmann, A, Brun, C, and Merabet, S (2015).
Inhibitory activities of short linear motifs underlie Hox interactome specificity in vivo
Elife, 4.

Merabet, S and Galliot, B (2015).
The TALE face of Hox proteins in animal evolution
Front Genet, 6:267.

Merabet, S and Lohmann, I (2015).
Toward a new twist in Hox and TALE DNA-binding specificity
Dev Cell, 32(3):259-61.

Duffraisse, M, Hudry, B, and Merabet, S (2014).
Bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC) in live Drosophila embryos
Methods Mol Biol, 1196:307-18.

Hudry, B, Thomas-Chollier, M, Volovik, Y, Duffraisse, M, Dard, A, Frank, D, Technau, U, and Merabet, S (2014).
Molecular insights into the origin of the Hox-TALE patterning system
Elife, 3:e01939.

Merabet, S and Dard, A (2014).
Tracking context-specific transcription factors regulating hox activity
Dev Dyn, 243(1):16-23.

Merabet, S and Hudry, B (2013).
Hox transcriptional specificity despite a single class of cofactors: are flexible interaction modes the key? Plasticity in Hox/PBC interaction modes as a common molecular strategy for shaping Hox transcriptional activities
Bioessays, 35(2):88-92.

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