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Sep-2013A Cullin1-Based SCF E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Targets the InR/PI3K/TOR Pathway to Regulate Neuronal PruningWong, J.J.L.; Li, S.; Lim, E.K.H.; Wang, Y.; Wang, C.; Zhang, H.; Kirilly, D.; Wu, C.; Liou, Y.-C. ; Wang, H. ; Yu, F. 
Dec-2009A genetic pathway composed of Sox14 and Mical governs severing of dendrites during pruningKirilly, D.; Gu, Y.; Huang, Y.; Wu, Z.; Bashirullah, A.; Low, B.C. ; Kolodkin, A.L.; Wang, H. ; Yu, F. 
May-2006A homologue of the vertebrate SET domain and zinc finger protein Blimp-1 regulates terminal differentiation of the tracheal system in the Drosophila embryoNg, T.; Yu, F. ; Roy, S.
13-Sep-2011An Ana2/Ctp/mud complex regulates spindle orientation in drosophila neuroblastsWang, C.; Li, S.; Januschke, J.; Rossi, F.; Izumi, Y.; Garcia-Alvarez, G.; Gwee, S.; Soon, S.; Sidhu, H.; Yu, F. ; Matsuzaki, F.; Gonzalez, C.; Wang, H. 
18-Feb-2000Analysis of partner of inscuteable, a novel player of Drosophila asymmetric divisions, reveals two distinct steps in inscuteable apical localizationYu, F. ; Morin, X.; Cai, Y. ; Yang, X. ; Chia, W. 
2004Analysis of the roles of pins and heterotrimeric G proteins in asymmetric division of Drosophila neuroblastsYu, F. 
14-Mar-2016Arl2-and Msps-dependent microtubule growth governs asymmetric divisionChen, Keng ; Koe, Chwee Tat ; Xing, Zhanyuan Benny; Tian, Xiaolin; Rossi, Fabrizio; Wang, Cheng ; Tang, Quan; Zong, Wenhui; Hong, Wan Jin ; Taneja, Reshma ; Yu, Fengwei ; Gonzalez, Cayetano; Wu, Chunlai; Endow, Sharyn ; Wang, Hongyan 
15-Dec-2006Aurora-A acts as a tumor suppressor and regulates self-renewal of Drosophila neuroblastsWang, H. ; Somers, G.W.; Bashirullah, A.; Heberlein, U.; Yu, F. ; Chia, W. 
2014Axon and dendrite pruning in DrosophilaYu, F. ; Schuldiner, O.
18-Aug-2003Distinct roles of Gαi and Gβ13F subunits of the heterotrimeric G protein complex in the mediation of Drosophila neuroblast asymmetric divisionsYu, F. ; Cai, Y.; Kaushik, R.; Yang, X.; Chia, W.
6-Jul-2006Drosophila Neuroblast Asymmetric Cell Division: Recent Advances and Implications for Stem Cell BiologyYu, F. ; Kuo, C.T.; Jan, Y.N.
8-Aug-2007Drosophila overexpressing parkin R275W mutant exhibits dopaminergic neuron degeneration and mitochondrial abnormalitiesWang, C.; Lu, R.; Ouyang, X.; Ho, M.W.L.; Chia, W. ; Yu, F. ; Lim, K.-L.
Apr-2005Echinoid is a component of adherens junctions that cooperates with DE-cadherin to mediate cell adhesionWei, S.-Y.; Escudero, L.M.; Yu, F. ; Chang, L.H.; Chen, L.-Y.; Ho, Y.-H.; Lin, C.-M.; Chou, C.-S.; Chia, W. ; Modolell, J.; Hsu, J.-C.
2014Endocytic Pathways Downregulate the L1-type Cell Adhesion Molecule Neuroglian to Promote Dendrite Pruning in DrosophilaZhang H.; Wang Y. ; Wong J.J.L.; Lim K.-L. ; Liou Y.-C.; Wang H. ; Yu F. 
15-Oct-2013Gprk2 adjusts Fog signaling to organize cell movements in Drosophila gastrulationFuse, N.; Yu, F. ; Hirose, S.
6-Oct-2011Intrinsic Epigenetic Factors Cooperate with the Steroid Hormone Ecdysone to Govern Dendrite Pruning in DrosophilaKirilly, D.; Wong, J.; Lim, E.; Wang, Y.; Zhang, H.; Wang, C.; Liao, Q.; Wang, H.; Liou, Y.-C. ; Wang, H. ; Yu, F. 
1-Jun-2005Locomotion defects, together with Pins, regulates heterotrimeric G-protein signaling during Drosophila neuroblast asymmetric divisionsYu, F. ; Wang, H. ; Qian, H.; Kaushik, R.; Bownes, M.; Yang, X.; Chia, W. 
9-Sep-2009Parkin protects against LRRK2 G2019S mutant-induced dopaminergic neurodegeneration in DrosophilaNg, C.-H.; Mok, S.Z.S.; Koh, C.; Ouyang, X.; Fivaz, M.L.; Tan, E.-K. ; Dawson, V.L.; Dawson, T.M.; Yu, F. ; Lim, K.-L. 
2018Prd1 associates with the clathrin adaptor ?-Adaptin and the kinesin-3 Imac/Unc-104 to govern dendrite pruning in DrosophilaZong W.; Wang Y. ; Tang Q.; Zhang H. ; Yu F. 
1-Jul-2009Protein phosphatase 2A regulates self-renewal of Drosophila neural stem cellsWang, C.; Chang, K.C.; Somers, G.; Virshup, D.; Ang, B.T. ; Tang, C. ; Yu, F. ; Wang, H.