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Lipshitz, Howard D.

Genes, Development, and Cancer

Genes, Development, and Cancer

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Table of contents

1. Genes

1. Star-Recessive, a Spontaneous Mutation in Drosophila Melanogaster
Edward B. Lewis

2. Another Case of Unequal Crossing Over in Drosophila Melanogaster
E. B. Lewis

3. The Relation of Repeats to Position Effect in Drosophila Melanogaster
E. B. Lewis

4. The pseudoallelism of white and apricot in Drosophila melanogaster
E. B. Lewis

5. Pseudoallelism and Gene Evolution
E. B. Lewis

6. The Theory and Application of a New Method of Detecting Chromosomal Rearrangements in Drosophila Melanogaster
E. B. Lewis

7. Some Aspects of Position Pseudoallelism
E. B. Lewis1

8. Genes and Gene Complexes
E. B. Lewis

2. Genes and Development

9. Genes and Developmental Pathways
E. B. Lewis

10. A Gene Complex Controlling Segmentation in Drosophila
E. B. Lewis

11. Genetic Control of Body Segment Differentiation in Drosophila
Ian Duncan, E. B. Lewis

12. Control of Body Segment Differentiation in Drosophila by the Bithorax Gene Complex
E. B. Lewis

13. Regulation of the Genes of the Bithorax Complex in Drosophila
E. B. Lewis

3. Molecules and Development

14. Molecular Genetics of the Bithorax Complex in Drosophila Melanogaster
Welcome Bender, Michael Akam, François Karch, Philip A. Beachy, Mark Peifer, Pierre Spierer, E. B. Lewis, David S. Hogness

15. The Abdominal Region of the Bithorax Complex
François Karch, Barbara Weiffenbach, Mark Peifer, Welcome Bender, Ian Duncan, Susan Celniker, Madeline Crosby, E. B. Lewis

16. Transabdominal, A Dominant Mutant of the Bithorax Complex, Produces a Sexually Dimorphic Segmental Transformation in Drosophila
Susan E. Celniker, E. B. Lewis

17. Molecular Basis of Transabdominal—A Sexually Dimorphic Mutant of the Bithorax Complex of Drosophila
Susan E. Celniker, E. B. Lewis

18. Sequence Analysis of the Cis-Regulatory Regions of the Bithorax Complex of Drosophila
Edward B. Lewis, John D. Knafels, David R. Mathog, Susan E. Celniker

19. Splits in Fruitfly Hox Gene Complexes
Gretchen Von Allmen, Iiham Hogga, Anne Spierer, François Karch, Welcome Bender, Henrik Gyurkovics, E. B. Lewis

20. Evolution of the Homeobox Complex in the Diptera
Edward B. Lewis, Barret D. Pfeiffer, David R. Mathog, Susan E. Celniker

4. Radiation and Cancer

21. Leukemia and Ionizing Radiation
E. B. Lewis

22. Thyroid radiation doses from fallout
E. B. Lewis

23. Leukemia, multiple myeloma, and aplastic anemia in american radiologists
E. B. Lewis

24. Ionizing Radiation and Tumor Production
E. B. Lewis

25. Leukemia, Radiation, and Hyperthyroidism
E. B. Lewis

26. Analysis of Lung Tumor Mortality in the Battelle Beagle Lifespan Experiment

27. Ionizing Radiation, Cancer Induction, and Radioactive Fallout
Edward B. Lewis

5. Historical perspectives

28. Homeosis: the first 100 years
Edward B. Lewis

29. Remembering Sturtevant
E. B. Lewis

30. C. B. Bridges' Repeat Hypothesis and the Nature of the Gene
E. B. Lewis

31. Did Demerec Discover Intragenic Recombination in 1928?
Edward B. Lewis1

32. The Bithorax Complex: The First Fifty Years
Edward B. Lewis

Keywords: Biomedicine, Cancer Research, Human Genetics, Oncology, Life Sciences, general

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
643 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402063459

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