PUBLICATIONS

Peterson and Fox
2021 
(review)

Communal living: the role of polyploidy and syncytia in tissue biology.

Accelerated cell cycles enable organ regeneration under developmental time constraints in the Drosophila hindgut.

Exploiting codon usage identifies intensity-specific modifiers of Ras/MAPK signaling in vivo.

Cytoplasmic sharing through apical junction remodeling.

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Toxicological study and genetic basis of BTEX susceptibility in Drosophila melanogaster. 

Fox et al
2020
(opinion)

Polyploidy: a biological force from cells to ecosystems. 

Fox et al
2020
(review)

Model systems for regeneration: Drosophila.

Cohen et al
2020
(review)

Physiology, development, and disease modeling in the Drosophila excretory system.

Interphase cohesin regulation ensures mitotic fidelity after genome reduplication.

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Fizzy-related dictates a cell cycle switch during organ repair and tissue growth responses in the Drosophila hindgut.

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Polyploidy and mitotic cell death are two distinct HIV-1 VPR-driven outcomes in renal tubule epithelial cells. 

Stormo and Fox 2017 
(review)

Polyteny: still a giant player in chromosome research.

Interorgan regulation of Drosophila intestinal stem cell proliferation by a hybrid organ boundary zone.

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Distinct responses to reduplicated chromosomes require distinct Mad2 responses.

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Proliferation of double-strand break-resistant polyploid cells requires Drosophila Fancd2.

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Schoenfelder and Fox
2015
(review)

The expanding implications of polyploidy.

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Indispensable pre-mitotic endocycles promote aneuploidy in the Drosophila rectum.

Polyploidization and cell fusion contribute to wound healing in the adult Drosophila epithelium.  

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Fox and Duronio   2013
(review)

Endoreplication and polyploidy: insights into development and disease.

Error-prone polyploid mitosis during normal Drosophila development.

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The Drosophila hindgut lacks constitutively active adult stem cells but proliferates in response to tissue damage.

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