Pieter Croissant Wensink

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Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
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http://blogs.brandeis.edu/science/2012/11/30/pieter-wensink-1941-2012/
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(1941 - 2012)

Parents

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Donald D. Brown grad student 1971 Johns Hopkins (DevTree)
 (The structure of ribosomal DNA in Xenopus laevis and Xenopus mulleri.)
David S. Hogness post-doc Stanford

Children

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William Theurkauf grad student Brandeis
Mien-Chie Hung grad student 1983 Brandeis (E-Tree)
Michael J. Garabedian grad student 1987 Brandeis (Microtree)
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Dai Y, Wensink PC, Abeles RH. (1999) One protein, two enzymes. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 274: 1193-5
Cho S, Wensink PC. (1998) Linkage between oligomerization and DNA binding in Drosophila doublesex proteins. Biochemistry. 37: 11301-8
Cho S, Wensink PC. (1997) DNA binding by the male and female doublesex proteins of Drosophila melanogaster. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 272: 3185-9
Cho S, Wensink PC. (1996) Purification and physical properties of the male and female double sex proteins of Drosophila. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93: 2043-7
Jacoby DB, Wensink PC. (1996) DNA binding specificities of YPF1, a Drosophila homolog to the DNA binding subunit of human DNA-dependent protein kinase, Ku. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 271: 16827-32
An W, Cho S, Ishii H, et al. (1996) Sex-specific and non-sex-specific oligomerization domains in both of the doublesex transcription factors from Drosophila melanogaster. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 16: 3106-11
Lossky M, Wensink PC. (1995) Regulation of Drosophila yolk protein genes by an ovary-specific GATA factor. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 15: 6943-52
An W, Wensink PC. (1995) Integrating sex- and tissue-specific regulation within a single Drosophila enhancer. Genes & Development. 9: 256-66
An W, Wensink PC. (1995) Three protein binding sites form an enhancer that regulates sex- and fat body-specific transcription of Drosophila yolk protein genes. The Embo Journal. 14: 1221-30
Jacoby DB, Wensink PC. (1994) Yolk protein factor 1 is a Drosophila homolog of Ku, the DNA-binding subunit of a DNA-dependent protein kinase from humans. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 269: 11484-91
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