Posts Tagged ‘dynamics’

Enhancer additivity and non-additivity are determined by enhancer strength in the Drosophila embryo

Jacques Bothma, Hernan Garcia, Samuel Ng, Michael W. Perry, Thomas Gregor, and Michael S. Levine. eLife 2015; 4:e07956 (2015). (more…)

Dynamic Regulation of Eve Stripe 2 Expression Reveals Transcriptional Bursts in Living Drosophila Embryos

Jacques P. Bothma, Hernan G. Garcia, Emilia Esposito, Gavin Schlissel, Thomas Gregor, Michael S. Levine. PNAS 111 (29): 10598–10603 (2014).

Quantitative imaging of transcription in living Drosophila embryos links polymerase activity to patterning

Hernan G. Garcia, Mikhail Tikhonov, Albert Lin and Thomas Gregor. Current Biology 23, 2140–2145 (2013).

Dynamic interpretation of maternal inputs by the Drosophila segmentation gene network

Feng Liu, Alexander H. Morrison and Thomas Gregor, PNAS 110: 6724–6729 (2013).

Accurate measurements of dynamics and reproducibility in small genetic networks

Julien O. Dubuis, Reba Samanta and Thomas Gregor, Molecular Systems Biology 9: 639 (2013).

The formation of the Bicoid morphogen gradient requires protein movement from anteriorly localized mRNA.

Shawn Little, Gašper Tkačik, Thomas Kneeland, Eric Wieschaus and Thomas Gregor, PLoS Biology 9(3): e1000596 (2011).

Abstracts from contributions to recent international Dictyostelium meeting in Tsukuba/Japan

Currently, I am in the process of finishing up my work on amoeba signaling and aggregation in Tokyo. This work is in collaboration with and in the laboratory of Satoshi Sawai at the University of Tokyo. We also collaborate with Koichi Fujimoto, a theorist at the same institution. While no papers have been published yet, as a preview pasted below are three abstracts of contributions to a recent international Dictyostelium meeting held in Tsukuba/Japan. (more…)

Stability and nuclear dynamics of the Bicoid morphogen gradient.

T. Gregor, E. F. Wieschaus, A. P. McGregor, W. Bialek, D. W. Tank, Cell 130, 141-152 (2007).