Michael McKeown

Brown University, Providence, RI 
"Michael McKeown"

gs with Ricky Firtel [Dicty]

Mean distance: 16.24 (cluster 6)
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Lynn Ditch grad student (FlyTree)
Andy Zelhof grad student (FlyTree)
Nora Ghbeish grad student 2001 UCSD (FlyTree)
Troy R. Shirangi grad student 2007 Brown
Kim Finley post-doc (FlyTree)
Jeff Pitman post-doc (FlyTree)


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Margrit Schubiger collaborator (FlyTree)
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Shirangi TR, McKeown M. (2007) Sex in flies: what 'body--mind' dichotomy? Developmental Biology. 306: 10-9
Shirangi TR, Taylor BJ, McKeown M. (2006) A double-switch system regulates male courtship behavior in male and female Drosophila melanogaster. Nature Genetics. 38: 1435-9
Wang L, Rajan H, Pitman JL, et al. (2006) Histone deacetylase-associating Atrophin proteins are nuclear receptor corepressors. Genes & Development. 20: 525-30
Ditch LM, Shirangi T, Pitman JL, et al. (2005) Drosophila retained/dead ringer is necessary for neuronal pathfinding, female receptivity and repression of fruitless independent male courtship behaviors. Development (Cambridge, England). 132: 155-64
Finley KD, Edeen PT, Cumming RC, et al. (2003) blue cheese mutations define a novel, conserved gene involved in progressive neural degeneration. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 23: 1254-64
Pitman JL, Tsai CC, Edeen PT, et al. (2002) DSF nuclear receptor acts as a repressor in culture and in vivo. Developmental Biology. 245: 315-28
Ghbeish N, McKeown M. (2002) Analyzing the repressive function of ultraspiracle, the Drosophila RXR, in Drosophila eye development. Mechanisms of Development. 111: 89-98
Ghbeish N, Tsai CC, Schubiger M, et al. (2001) The dual role of ultraspiracle, the Drosophila retinoid X receptor, in the ecdysone response. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 98: 3867-72
Finley KD, Edeen PT, Foss M, et al. (1998) Dissatisfaction encodes a tailless-like nuclear receptor expressed in a subset of CNS neurons controlling Drosophila sexual behavior. Neuron. 21: 1363-74
Brunel CA, Madigan SJ, Cassill JA, et al. (1998) pcdr, a novel gene with sexually dimorphic expression in the pigment cells of the Drosophila eye. Development Genes and Evolution. 208: 327-35
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