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Gene expression: long-term gene silencing by RNAi.

Vastenhouw NL, Brunschwig K, Okihara KL, Müller F, Tijsterman M, Plasterk RH.

Nature. 2006 Aug 24;442(7105):882.

PMID:
16929289
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Specific amino-acid residues in the N-terminus and TM3 implicated in channel function and oligomerization compatibility of connexin43.

Lagree V, Brunschwig K, Lopez P, Gilula NB, Richard G, Falk MM.

J Cell Sci. 2003 Aug 1;116(Pt 15):3189-201.

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The C. elegans Mi-2 chromatin-remodelling proteins function in vulval cell fate determination.

von Zelewsky T, Palladino F, Brunschwig K, Tobler H, Hajnal A, Müller F.

Development. 2000 Dec;127(24):5277-84.

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C21orf5, a novel human chromosome 21 gene, has a Caenorhabditis elegans ortholog (pad-1) required for embryonic patterning.

Guipponi M, Brunschwig K, Chamoun Z, Scott HS, Shibuya K, Kudoh J, Delezoide AL, El Samadi S, Chettouh Z, Rossier C, Shimizu N, Mueller F, Delabar JM, Antonarakis SE.

Genomics. 2000 Aug 15;68(1):30-40.

PMID:
10950924
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Anterior organization of the Caenorhabditis elegans embryo by the labial-like Hox gene ceh-13.

Brunschwig K, Wittmann C, Schnabel R, Bürglin TR, Tobler H, Müller F.

Development. 1999 Apr;126(7):1537-46.

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The expression of the C. elegans labial-like Hox gene ceh-13 during early embryogenesis relies on cell fate and on anteroposterior cell polarity.

Wittmann C, Bossinger O, Goldstein B, Fleischmann M, Kohler R, Brunschwig K, Tobler H, Müller F.

Development. 1997 Nov;124(21):4193-200.

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