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L. Wang, T.R. Sexton, C. Venard, M. Giedt, Q. Guo, Q. Chen, and D.A. Harrison (2014).  Pleiotropy of the Drosophila JAK pathway cytokine Unpaired 3 in development and aging. Dev Biol., 395:218-231.

Q. Chen, M. Giedt, L. Tang, and D.A. Harrison (2014). Tools and methods for studying the Drosophila JAK/STAT pathway. Methods 68:160-72.

Y. Hayashi, T.R. Sexton, K. Dejima, D.W. Perry, M. Takemura, S. Kobayashi, H. Nakato, and D.A. Harrison (2012). Glypicans regulate JAK/STAT signaling and distribution of the Unpaired morphogen. Development, 139:4162-71.

D.A. Harrison (2012). The JAK/STAT pathway. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Biol 3:a011205.

W. Cai, J.L. Rudolph, S.M.W. Harrison, L. Jin, A.L. Frantz, D.A. Harrison, and D.A. Andres (2011). An evolutionarily conserved Rit GTPase-p38 MAPK signaling pathway mediates oxidative stress resistance. Mol Biol Cell, 22:3231-41.

F. Zhu, R. Parthasarathy, H. Bai, K. Woithe, R. Nauen, D.A. Harrison, and S.R. Palli (2010). A brain-specific cytochrome P450 responsible for the majority of deltamethrin resistance in the QTC279 strain of Tribolium castaneumProc. Natl. Acad. Sci, USA 107:8557-8562.

S. Dasari, L. Wang, D.A. Harrison, and R.L. Cooper (2009). Reduced and misexpression of 5-HT2 receptors alters development, behavior and CNS activity in Drosophila melanogasterInt J Zool Res  5:101-114.

D.A. Harrison (2007).  Sex determination: Controlling the master. Curr Biol 17:R328-330.

S.M.W. Harrison and D.A. Harrison (2006).  Contrasting mechanisms of stem cell maintenance in Drosophila.  Sem Cell Dev Biol 17:518-533.

B. Xing, A.A. Long, D.A. Harrison, R.L. Cooper (2005).  Developmental consequences of neuromuscular junctions with reduced presynaptic calcium channel function.  Synapse 57:132-147.

S.M.W. Harrison, J.L. Rudolph, M. Spencer, P.D. Wes, C. Montell, D.A. Andres, and D.A. Harrison (2005).  Activated RIC, a small GTPase, genetically interacts with the Ras pathway and calmodulin during Drosophila development.  Dev. Dyn. 232:817-826.

J.S. Rawlings, G. Rennebeck, S.M.W. Harrison, R. Xi, and D.A. Harrison (2004).  Two Drosophila suppressors of cytokine signaling (SOCS) differentially regulate JAK and EGFR pathway activities.  BMC Cell. Biol., 5:38.

J.S. Rawlings, K.M. Rosler, and D.A. Harrison (2004).  The JAK/STAT signaling pathway.  J. Cell Science, 117:1281-1283.

D.A. Harrison and R.L. Cooper (2003).  Characterization of development, behavior, and neuromuscular physiology in the phorid fly, Megaselia scalaris.  Comp Biochem Phys. 136:427-439.

R. Xi, J.R. McGregor, and D.A. Harrison (2003).  A gradient of JAK pathway activity patterns the anterior-posterior axis of the follicular epithelium.  Dev. Cell 4:167-177.

J.R.McGregor, R. Xi, and D.A. Harrison (2002). The Drosophila JAK pathway is required for proper differentiation of follicle cell fates. Development, 129:705-717.

S. Chung, Z. Zhou, K.A. Huddleston, D.A. Harrison, R. Reed, T.A. Coleman,and B.C. Rymond (2002). Crooked neck is a component of the human spliceosome and implicated in the splicing process.  Bioch. Biophys. Acta, 1576:287-297.

H. Li, D. Harrison, G. Jones, D. Jones, and R.L. Cooper (2000).  Alterations in development, behavior, and physiology in Drosophila larva that have reduced ecdysone production.  J. Neurophysiol., 85:98-104.

D.A. Harrison, P. McCoon, R. Binari, M. Gilman, and N. Perrimon (1998).  Drosophila unpaired encodes a secreted protein that activates the JAK signaling pathway.  Genes Dev, 12:3252-3263.

J.B. Duffy, D.A. Harrison, and N. Perrimon (1998).  Identifying loci involved in follicular patterning using directed mosaics.  Development, 125:2263-2271.

D.A. Harrison, R. Binari, T.S. Nahreini, M. Gilman, and N. Perrimon (1995).  Activation of a Drosophila Janus kinase (JAK) causes hematopoietic neoplasia and developmental defects.  EMBO J. 14:2857-2865.

D.A. Harrison and N. Perrimon (1993).  Simple and efficient generation of marked clones in Drosophila.  Curr Biol 3:424-433.



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