David S. Hogness

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
genetic regulation
Website:
http://hogness.stanford.edu/index.html
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http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechETD:etd-04232003-104814

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Parents

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Herschel K. Mitchell grad student 1952 Caltech
 (The kinetics of the alpha-chymotrypsin catalysed hydrolysis of acetyl-L-tyrosinehydroxamide. Genetic factors influencing the activity of tryptophane desmolase in Neurospora crassa)
Jacques Lucien Monod post-doc 1952-1954 Institut Pasteur (Neurotree)

Children

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Kenneth C. Burtis grad student
Liz Gavis grad student
Michael L. Goldberg grad student
Bob Karp grad student
Marc Muskavitch grad student
Jeremy Nathans grad student
Bill Segraves grad student
Mariana Wolfner grad student
George W. Ordal grad student 1970 Stanford (Microtree)
John Carlson grad student 1982
Philip A. Beachy grad student 1986 Stanford
Richard P. Lifton grad student 1986 Stanford
Kenneth D. Irvine grad student 1991 Stanford
Michael R. Koelle grad student 1992 Stanford Medical School (Neurotree)
Kevin P. White grad student 1993-1998 Stanford
Michael Akam post-doc
Spyros Artavanis-Tsakonas post-doc Stanford
Welcome Bender post-doc
Juan Botas post-doc
Jon Donelson post-doc
David Finnegan post-doc
Dan Garza post-doc
David M. Glover post-doc
Greg Guild post-doc
Peter Harte post-doc
Steve Helfand post-doc
David Kemp post-doc
John T. Lis post-doc Stanford
Javier Lopez post-doc
Elliot Meyerowitz post-doc (Plant Biology Tree)
Carl S. Parker post-doc
Renato Paro post-doc
Gerald M. Rubin post-doc Stanford Medical School
Robert Saint post-doc
Pierre Spierer post-doc
Pieter Croissant Wensink post-doc Stanford
Ray White post-doc
Walter Doerfler post-doc 1963-1966 Stanford (Cell Biology Tree)
Steve F. Heinemann post-doc 1967-1970 Stanford (Neurotree)
Michael Grunstein post-doc 1975 Stanford
Michael W. Young post-doc 1975-1978 Stanford
Howard Lipshitz post-doc 1982-1986 Stanford
Carl Sennrich Thummel post-doc 1983-1986 Stanford
Mark Krasnow post-doc 1988 Stanford
Richard S. Mann post-doc 1986-1990 Stanford School of Medicine
Greg Gibson post-doc 1994 Stanford

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Rascle A, Stowers RS, Garza D, et al. (2003) L63, the Drosophila PFTAIRE, interacts with two novel proteins unrelated to cyclins. Mechanisms of Development. 120: 617-28
Arbeitman MN, Hogness DS. (2000) Molecular chaperones activate the Drosophila ecdysone receptor, an RXR heterodimer. Cell. 101: 67-77
Stowers RS, Garza D, Rascle A, et al. (2000) The L63 gene is necessary for the ecdysone-induced 63E late puff and encodes CDK proteins required for Drosophila development. Developmental Biology. 221: 23-40
White KP, Rifkin SA, Hurban P, et al. (1999) Microarray analysis of Drosophila development during metamorphosis. Science (New York, N.Y.). 286: 2179-84
Bender M, Imam FB, Talbot WS, et al. (1997) Drosophila ecdysone receptor mutations reveal functional differences among receptor isoforms. Cell. 91: 777-88
White KP, Hurban P, Watanabe T, et al. (1997) Coordination of Drosophila metamorphosis by two ecdysone-induced nuclear receptors. Science (New York, N.Y.). 276: 114-7
Gibson G, Hogness DS. (1996) Effect of polymorphism in the Drosophila regulatory gene Ultrabithorax on homeotic stability. Science (New York, N.Y.). 271: 200-3
Gibson G, Hogness DS. (1996) Effect of polymorphism in the Drosophila regulatory gene ultrabithorax on hameotic stability Science. 271: 360-362
Fletcher JC, Burtis KC, Hogness DS, et al. (1995) The Drosophila E74 gene is required for metamorphosis and plays a role in the polytene chromosome puffing response to ecdysone. Development (Cambridge, England). 121: 1455-65
Feinstein PG, Kornfeld K, Hogness DS, et al. (1995) Identification of homeotic target genes in Drosophila melanogaster including nervy, a proto-oncogene homologue. Genetics. 140: 573-86
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