Urs Kloter, Technician

Biologie Gymnasium Bäumlihof, Basel, Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland 
"Urs Kloter"

Had worked with Drosophila in the Biozentrum, University of Basel for 27 years. As a technician and assistant of Walter J. Gehring.

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Roth J, Guhl B, Kloter U, et al. (2011) The ommatidia of Arca noae: a three-tier structure with a central light-guiding element for the receptor cell. Histochemistry and Cell Biology. 136: 11-23
Gehring WJ, Kloter U, Suga H. (2009) Evolution of the Hox gene complex from an evolutionary ground state. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 88: 35-61
Grieder NC, Charlafti I, Kloter U, et al. (2007) Misexpression screen in Drosophila melanogaster aiming to reveal novel factors involved in formation of body parts. Genetics. 175: 1707-18
Grieder NC, Kloter U, Gehring WJ. (2005) Expression of COPI components during development of Drosophila melanogaster. Gene Expression Patterns : Gep. 6: 11-21
Plaza S, Prince F, Jaeger J, et al. (2001) Molecular basis for the inhibition of Drosophila eye development by Antennapedia. The Embo Journal. 20: 802-11
Niimi T, Seimiya M, Kloter U, et al. (1999) Direct regulatory interaction of the eyeless protein with an eye-specific enhancer in the sine oculis gene during eye induction in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 126: 2253-60
Czerny T, Halder G, Kloter U, et al. (1999) twin of eyeless, a second Pax-6 gene of Drosophila, acts upstream of eyeless in the control of eye development. Molecular Cell. 3: 297-307
Halder G, Callaerts P, Flister S, et al. (1998) Eyeless initiates the expression of both sine oculis and eyes absent during Drosophila compound eye development. Development (Cambridge, England). 125: 2181-91
Quiring R, Walldorf U, Kloter U, et al. (1994) Homology of the eyeless gene of Drosophila to the Small eye gene in mice and Aniridia in humans. Science (New York, N.Y.). 265: 785-9
Affolter M, Montagne J, Walldorf U, et al. (1994) The Drosophila SRF homolog is expressed in a subset of tracheal cells and maps within a genomic region required for tracheal development. Development (Cambridge, England). 120: 743-53
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