Alfred Tissières

University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland 
ribosomal proteins
"Alfred Tissières"
Mean distance: 7.81 (cluster 18)


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David Keilin grad student 1951 Cambridge
James D. Watson post-doc 1957-1962 Harvard
Jacques Lucien Monod post-doc 1962-1964 Institut Pasteur


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Agnes Ayme-Southgate grad student (FlyTree)
Pierre Spierer grad student (FlyTree)
Peter B. Moore post-doc University of Geneva
Bruce Alberts post-doc 1966 University of Geneva
Raymond F. Gesteland post-doc 1967 University of Geneva
Harry F. Noller post-doc 1968 University of Geneva
Jerry M. Adams post-doc 1969-1971 Université de Genève (Cell Biology Tree)
Laurence Moran post-doc 1974-1978 University of Geneva
Robert R. Traut research scientist (Microtree)
Larry Gold research scientist 1969-1970 University of Geneva (Cell Biology Tree)
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Vazquez J, Pauli D, Tissières A. (1993) Transcriptional regulation in Drosophila during heat shock: a nuclear run-on analysis. Chromosoma. 102: 233-48
Pauli D, Arrigo AP, Tissières A. (1992) Heat shock response in Drosophila. Experientia. 48: 623-9
Pauli D, Tonka CH, Tissieres A, et al. (1990) Tissue-specific expression of the heat shock protein HSP27 during Drosophila melanogaster development. The Journal of Cell Biology. 111: 817-28
Pauli D, Arrigo AP, Vazquez J, et al. (1989) Expression of the small heat shock genes during Drosophila development: comparison of the accumulation of hsp23 and hsp27 mRNAs and polypeptides. Genome / National Research Council Canada = GéNome / Conseil National De Recherches Canada. 31: 671-6
Pauli D, Spierer A, Tissières A. (1986) Several hundred base pairs upstream of Drosophila hsp23 and 26 genes are required for their heat induction in transformed flies. The Embo Journal. 5: 755-61
Ayme A, Tissières A. (1985) Locus 67B of Drosophila melanogaster contains seven, not four, closely related heat shock genes. The Embo Journal. 4: 2949-54
Ayme A, Southgate R, Tissières A. (1985) Nucleotide sequences responsible for the thermal inducibility of the Drosophila small heat-shock protein genes in monkey COS cells. Journal of Molecular Biology. 182: 469-75
Karch F, Török I, Tissières A. (1981) Extensive regions of homology in front of the two hsp70 heat shock variant genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Molecular Biology. 148: 219-30
Voellmy R, Goldschmidt-Clermont M, Southgate R, et al. (1981) A DNA segment isolated from chromosomal site 67B in D. melanogaster contains four closely linked heat-shock genes. Cell. 23: 261-70
Arrigo AP, Fakan S, Tissières A. (1980) Localization of the heat shock-induced proteins in Drosophila melanogaster tissue culture cells. Developmental Biology. 78: 86-103
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