Tulle Hazelrigg

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Hines KA, Cryderman DE, Flannery KM, et al. (2009) Domains of heterochromatin protein 1 required for Drosophila melanogaster heterochromatin spreading. Genetics. 182: 967-77
Hazelrigg T, Liu N, Hong Y, et al. (1998) GFP expression in Drosophila tissues: time requirements for formation of a fluorescent product. Developmental Biology. 199: 245-9
Hazelrigg T, Petersen S. (1992) An unusual genomic position effect on Drosophila white gene expression: pairing dependence, interactions with zeste, and molecular analysis of revertants. Genetics. 130: 125-38
Baker BS, Hoff G, Kaufman TC, et al. (1991) The doublesex locus of Drosophila melanogaster and its flanking regions: a cytogenetic analysis. Genetics. 127: 125-38
Hazelrigg T, Watkins WS, Marcey D, et al. (1990) The exuperantia gene is required for Drosophila spermatogenesis as well as anteroposterior polarity of the developing oocyte, and encodes overlapping sex-specific transcripts. Genetics. 126: 607-17
Hazelrigg T. (1987) The Drosophila white gene: a molecular update Trends in Genetics. 3: 43-47
Rubin GM, Hazelrigg T, Karess RE, et al. (1985) Germ line specificity of P-element transposition and some novel patterns of expression of transduced copies of the white gene. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia On Quantitative Biology. 50: 329-35
Levis R, Hazelrigg T, Rubin GM. (1985) Separable cis-acting control elements for expression of the white gene of Drosophila. The Embo Journal. 4: 3489-99
Levis R, Hazelrigg T, Rubin GM. (1985) Effects of genomic position on the expression of transduced copies of the white gene of Drosophila. Science (New York, N.Y.). 229: 558-61
Hazelrigg T, Levis R, Rubin GM. (1984) Transformation of white locus DNA in drosophila: dosage compensation, zeste interaction, and position effects. Cell. 36: 469-81
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