Prof. Dr. Manfred Frasch

Thomson Researcher ID: H-7002-2013
Scopus Author ID: 7005825401


Lehrstuhl für Entwicklungsbiologie

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Hollfelder, D., Frasch, M., & Reim, I. (2014). Distinct functions of the laminin beta LN domain and collagen IV during cardiac extracellular matrix formation and stabilization of alary muscle attachments revealed by EMS mutagenesis in Drosophila. Bmc Developmental Biology, 14.
Jin, H., Stojnic, R., Adryan, B., Ozdemir, A., Stathopoulos, A., & Frasch, M. (2013). Genome-Wide Screens for In Vivo Tinman Binding Sites Identify Cardiac Enhancers with Diverse Functional Architectures. PLoS Genetics, 9(1).
Schaub, C., & Frasch, M. (2013). Org-1 is required for the diversification of circular visceral muscle founder cells and normal midgut morphogenesis. Developmental Biology, 376(2), 245-259.
Schaub, C., Nagaso, H., Jin, H., & Frasch, M. (2012). Org-1, the Drosophila ortholog of Tbx1, is a direct activator of known identity genes during muscle specification. Development, 139(5), 1001-1012.
Reim, I., Hollfelder, D., Ismat, A., & Frasch, M. (2012). The FGF8-related signals Pyramus and Thisbe promote pathfinding, substrate adhesion, and survival of migrating longitudinal gut muscle founder cells. Developmental Biology, 368(1), 28-43.
Schönbauer, C., Distler, J., Jährling, N., Radolf, M., Dodt, H., Frasch, M., & Schnorrer, F. (2011). Spalt mediates an evolutionarily conserved switch to fibrillar muscle fate in insects. Nature, 479(7373), 406-U160.
Bodmer, R., & Frasch, M. (2010). Development and aging of the Drosophila heart. In Harvey RP, Rosenthal N (Eds.), Heart Development and Regeneration (pp. 47-86). Oxford: Academic Press.
Inaki, M., Shinza-Kameda, M., Ismat, A., Frasch, M., & Nose, A. (2010). Drosophila Tey represses transcription of the repulsive cue Toll and generates neuromuscular target specificity. Development, 137(13), 2139-2146.
Reim, I., & Frasch, M. (2010). Genetic and Genomic Dissection of Cardiogenesis in the Drosophila Model. Pediatric Cardiology, 31(3), 325-334.
Ismat, A., Schaub, C., Reim, I., Kirchner, K., Schultheis, D., & Frasch, M. (2010). HLH54F is required for the specification and migration of longitudinal gut muscle founders from the caudal mesoderm of Drosophila. Development, 137(18), 3107-3117.

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