Steve Beckendorf

"Steve Beckendorf"


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Deborah Hoshizaki grad student
Nick Jones grad student
Tom Jongens grad student
Thomas Malone grad student
Sue McNabb grad student
Erica Roulier grad student
Dan von Seggern grad student
Bing Zhou grad student
William James McGinnis grad student 1983 UC Berkeley
Lisa A. Komenda grad student 2000 UC Berkeley
Mark D. Stern grad student 2005 UC Berkeley
Tereza Kolesnikov grad student 2006 UC Berkeley
Katherine E. Harris grad student 2007 UC Berkeley
Vidya Chandrasekaran post-doc
Inna Djagaev post-doc
Sergey Doronkin post-doc
Timothy Fowler post-doc
Yien Ming Kuo post-doc
Laurie von Kalm post-doc
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Kolesnikov T, Beckendorf SK. (2007) 18 wheeler regulates apical constriction of salivary gland cells via the Rho-GTPase-signaling pathway. Developmental Biology. 307: 53-61
Harris KE, Beckendorf SK. (2007) Different Wnt signals act through the Frizzled and RYK receptors during Drosophila salivary gland migration. Development (Cambridge, England). 134: 2017-25
Harris KE, Schnittke N, Beckendorf SK. (2007) Two ligands signal through the Drosophila PDGF/VEGF receptor to ensure proper salivary gland positioning. Mechanisms of Development. 124: 441-8
Chandrasekaran V, Beckendorf SK. (2005) Tec29 controls actin remodeling and endoreplication during invagination of the Drosophila embryonic salivary glands. Development (Cambridge, England). 132: 3515-24
Djagaeva I, Doronkin S, Beckendorf SK. (2005) Src64 is involved in fusome development and karyosome formation during Drosophila oogenesis. Developmental Biology. 284: 143-56
Kolesnikov T, Beckendorf SK. (2005) NETRIN and SLIT guide salivary gland migration. Developmental Biology. 284: 102-11
Chandrasekaran V, Beckendorf SK. (2003) senseless is necessary for the survival of embryonic salivary glands in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 130: 4719-28
Jang CC, Chao JL, Jones N, et al. (2003) Two Pax genes, eye gone and eyeless, act cooperatively in promoting Drosophila eye development. Development (Cambridge, England). 130: 2939-51
Doronkin S, Djagaeva I, Beckendorf SK. (2003) The COP9 signalosome promotes degradation of Cyclin E during early Drosophila oogenesis. Developmental Cell. 4: 699-710
Doronkin S, Djagaeva I, Beckendorf SK. (2002) CSN5/Jab1 mutations affect axis formation in the Drosophila oocyte by activating a meiotic checkpoint. Development (Cambridge, England). 129: 5053-64
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