Claire Cronmiller

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"Claire Cronmiller"

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Tom Cline grad student
Tom Cline post-doc

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Stacey S. Willard grad student 2005 UVA
Emily F. Ozdowski grad student 1999-2006 UVA
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Ozdowski EF, Mowery YM, Cronmiller C. (2009) Stall encodes an ADAMTS metalloprotease and interacts genetically with Delta in Drosophila ovarian follicle formation. Genetics. 183: 1027-40
Wang W, Cronmiller C, Brautigan DL. (2008) Maternal phosphatase inhibitor-2 is required for proper chromosome segregation and mitotic synchrony during Drosophila embryogenesis. Genetics. 179: 1823-33
Willard SS, Koss CM, Cronmiller C. (2006) Chronic cocaine exposure in Drosophila: life, cell death and oogenesis. Developmental Biology. 296: 150-63
Willard SS, Ozdowski EF, Jones NA, et al. (2004) stall-mediated extrinsic control of ovarian follicle formation in Drosophila. Genetics. 168: 191-8
Smith JE, Cummings CA, Cronmiller C. (2002) Daughterless coordinates somatic cell proliferation, differentiation and germline cyst survival during follicle formation in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 129: 3255-67
Smith JE, Cronmiller C. (2001) The Drosophila daughterless gene autoregulates and is controlled by both positive and negative cis regulation. Development (Cambridge, England). 128: 4705-14
Park SK, Sedore SA, Cronmiller C, et al. (2000) Type II cAMP-dependent protein kinase-deficient Drosophila are viable but show developmental, circadian, and drug response phenotypes. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 275: 20588-96
Brown NL, Paddock SW, Sattler CA, et al. (1996) daughterless is required for Drosophila photoreceptor cell determination, eye morphogenesis, and cell cycle progression. Developmental Biology. 179: 65-78
Cummings CA, Cronmiller C. (1994) The daughterless gene functions together with Notch and Delta in the control of ovarian follicle development in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 120: 381-94
Cronmiller C, Cummings CA. (1993) The daughterless gene product in Drosophila is a nuclear protein that is broadly expressed throughout the organism during development. Mechanisms of Development. 42: 159-69
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