Ken Burtis

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    1. Green MM. 2010: A century of Drosophila genetics through the prism of the white gene. Genetics. 2010 Jan; 184(1):3-7. PMID: 20061564; PMCID: PMC2815926.
    2. Wilson M, Widdicombe JH, Gohil K, Burtis KC, Reznick AZ, Cross CE, Eiserich JP. Are Drosophila a useful model for understanding the toxicity of inhaled oxidative pollutants: a review. Inhal Toxicol. 2005 Dec 01; 17(13):765-74. PMID: 16195212.
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    3. Laurencon A, Orme CM, Peters HK, Boulton CL, Vladar EK, Langley SA, Bakis EP, Harris DT, Harris NJ, Wayson SM, Hawley RS, Burtis KC. A large-scale screen for mutagen-sensitive loci in Drosophila. Genetics. 2004 May; 167(1):217-31. PMID: 15166149; PMCID: PMC1470880.
    4. Burtis KC, Hawley RS, Lipshitz HD. The 2003 Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal; David S. Hogness. Genetics. 2003 Aug; 164(4):1243-45. PMID: 15106660; PMCID: PMC1462660.
    5. Burtis KC. Development. Doublesex in the middle. Science. 2002 Aug 16; 297(5584):1135-6. PMID: 12183618.
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    6. Sekelsky JJ, Hollis KJ, Eimerl AI, Burtis KC, Hawley RS. Nucleotide excision repair endonuclease genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Mutat Res. 2000 Apr 28; 459(3):219-28. PMID: 10812334.
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    7. Burtis KC, Hawley RS. Genomics. The millennium flies in. Nature. 1999 Sep 09; 401(6749):125, 127. PMID: 10490017.
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    8. Sekelsky JJ, Burtis KC, Hawley RS. Damage control: the pleiotropy of DNA repair genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics. 1998 Apr; 148(4):1587-98. PMID: 9560378; PMCID: PMC1460071.
    9. Erdman SE, Chen HJ, Burtis KC. Functional and genetic characterization of the oligomerization and DNA binding properties of the Drosophila doublesex proteins. Genetics. 1996 Dec; 144(4):1639-52. PMID: 8978051; PMCID: PMC1207715.
    10. Harris PV, Mazina OM, Leonhardt EA, Case RB, Boyd JB, Burtis KC. Molecular cloning of Drosophila mus308, a gene involved in DNA cross-link repair with homology to prokaryotic DNA polymerase I genes. Mol Cell Biol. 1996 Oct; 16(10):5764-71. PMID: 8816490; PMCID: PMC231577.
    11. Settle SH, Green MM, Burtis KC. The silver gene of Drosophila melanogaster encodes multiple carboxypeptidases similar to mammalian prohormone-processing enzymes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1995 Oct 10; 92(21):9470-4. PMID: 7568156; PMCID: PMC40823.
    12. Burtis KC. The regulation of sex determination and sexually dimorphic differentiation in Drosophila. Curr Opin Cell Biol. 1993 Dec; 5(6):1006-14. PMID: 8129938.
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    13. Erdman SE, Burtis KC. The Drosophila doublesex proteins share a novel zinc finger related DNA binding domain. EMBO J. 1993 Feb; 12(2):527-35. PMID: 8440242; PMCID: PMC413235.
    14. Jursnich VA, Burtis KC. A positive role in differentiation for the male doublesex protein of Drosophila. Dev Biol. 1993 Jan; 155(1):235-49. PMID: 8416836.
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    15. Burtis KC, Coschigano KT, Baker BS, Wensink PC. The doublesex proteins of Drosophila melanogaster bind directly to a sex-specific yolk protein gene enhancer. EMBO J. 1991 Sep; 10(9):2577-82. PMID: 1907913; PMCID: PMC452955.
    16. Burtis KC, Thummel CS, Jones CW, Karim FD, Hogness DS. The Drosophila 74EF early puff contains E74, a complex ecdysone-inducible gene that encodes two ets-related proteins. Cell. 1990 Apr 06; 61(1):85-99. PMID: 2107982.
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    17. Burtis KC, Baker BS. Drosophila doublesex gene controls somatic sexual differentiation by producing alternatively spliced mRNAs encoding related sex-specific polypeptides. Cell. 1989 Mar 24; 56(6):997-1010. PMID: 2493994.
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