Ilaria Rebay, Ph.D.


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Xiong, W. and Rebay, I. Abelson tyrosine kinase is required for Drosophila photoreceptor morphogenesis and retinal epithelial patterning. Dev. Dyn. 2011, 240:1745-1755.

Graham, T.G.W, Tabei, S.M.A., Dinner, S.R., and Rebay, I. Modeling bistable cell fate choices in the Drosophila eye:qualitative and quantitative perspectives. Development 2010, 137: 2265-2278.

Zhang, J., Graham, T.G., Vivekanand, P., Cote, L., Cetera, M. and Rebay, I. Sterile alpha motif domain-mediated self-association plays an essential role in modulating the activity of the Drosophila ETS family transcriptional repressor Yan. Mol. Cell. Biol., 30:1158-1170.

Xiong, E, Dabbouseh, NM, Rebay, I. Interactions with the abelson tyrosine kinase reveal compartmentalization of eyes absent function between nucleus and cytoplasm. Dev Cell. 2009, 16:271-9.

Jemc J, Rebay I. Identification of transcriptional targets of the dual-function transcription factor/phosphatase eyes absent. Dev Biol. 2007, 310:416-29.

Jemc J, Rebay I. The eyes absent family of phosphotyrosine phosphatases: properties and roles in developmental regulation of transcription. Annu Rev Biochem. 2007, 76:513-38.

Doroquez DB, Orr-Weaver TL, Rebay I. Split ends antagonizes the Notch and potentiates the EGFR signaling pathways during Drosophila eye development. Mech Dev. 2007, 124:792-806.

Vivekanand P, Rebay I. Intersection of signal transduction pathways and development. Annu Rev Genet. 2006, 40:139-57.

Mutsuddi M, Chaffee B, Cassidy J, Silver SJ, Tootle TL, Rebay I. Using Drosophila to decipher how mutations associated with human branchio-oto-renal syndrome and optical defects compromise the protein tyrosine phosphatase and transcriptional functions of eyes absent. Genetics. 2005,170:687-95.

Rebay I, Silver SJ, Tootle TL. New vision from Eyes absent: transcription factors as enzymes. Trends Genet. 2005, 21:163-71.

Tootle TL, Rebay I. Post-translational modifications influence transcription factor activity:a view from the ETS superfamily. Bioessays. 2005, 27:285-98.

Siver SJ, Rebay I. Signaling circuitries in development: insights from the retinal determination gene network. Development. 2005, 132:3-13.

Vivekanand P, Tootle TL, Rebay I. MAE, a dual regulator of the EGFR signaling pathway, is a target of the Ets transcription factors PNT and YAN. Mech. Dev. 2004, 121:1469-79.

Qiao F, Song H, Kim CA, Sawaya MR, Hunter JB, Gingery M, Rebay I, Courey AJ, Bowie JU. Derepression by depolymerization; structural insights into the regulation of YAN by MAE. Cell. 2004, 118:163-73.

Tootle TL, Siver SJ, Davies EL, Newman V, Latek RR, Mills IA, Selengut JD, Parlikar BE, Rebay I. The transcription factor Eyes absent is a protein tyrosine phosphatase. Nature. 2003, 426:299-302.

Silver SJ, Davies EL, Doyon L, Rebay I. Functional dissection of eyes absent reveals new modes of regulation within the retinal determination gene network. Mol. Cell Biol. 2003, 23:5989-99.

Tootle TL, Lee PS, Rebay I. CRM1-mediated nuclear export and regulated activity of the Receptor Tyrosine Kinase antagonist YAN require specific interactions with MAE. Development. 2003, 130:845-57.

Hsiao FC, Williams A, Davies EL, Rebay I. Related Articles, Links Eyes absent mediates cross-talk between retinal determination genes and the receptor tyrosine kinase signaling pathway. Dev Cell. 2001, 1:51-61.