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Donald Ready Publications

(Ten selected Drosophila eye publications.)

Ready, D.F. and Chang, H.C. (2021). Calcium waves facilitate and coordinate the contraction of endfeet actin stress fibers in Drosophila interommatidial cells. Development.

Chen, X.P., Hall, H., Simpson, J.P., Leon-Salas, W.D., Ready, D.F., and Weake, V.M. (2017). Cytochrome b5 protects photoreceptors from light stress-induced lipid peroxidation and retinal degeneration. Npj Aging and Mechanisms of Disease.

Satoh, A.K., Xia, H.A., Yan, L.M., Liu, C.H., Hardie, R.C., and Ready, D.F. (2010). Arrestin Translocation Is Stoichiometric to Rhodopsin Isomerization and Accelerated by Phototransduction in Drosophila Photoreceptors. Neuron.

Li, B.X., Satoh, A.K., and Ready, D.F. (2007). Myosin V, Rab11, and dRip11 direct apical secretion and cellular morphogenesis in developing Drosophila photoreceptors. Journal of Cell Biology.

Pellikka, M., Tanentzapf, G., Pinto, M., Smith, C., McGlade, C.J., Ready, D.F., and Tepass, U. (2002). Crumbs, the Drosophila homologue of human CRB1/RP12, is essential for photoreceptor morphogenesis. Nature.

Kumar, J.P., and Ready, D.F. (1995). Rhodopsin plays an essential structural role in Drosophila photoreceptor development. Development.

Wolff, T., and Ready, D.F. (1991). The beginning of pattern formation in the Drosophila compound eye – The morphogenetic furrow and the 2nd mitotic wave. Development.

Cagan, R.L., and Ready, D.F. (1989). Notch is required for successive cell decisions in the developing Drosophila retina. Genes & Development.

Tomlinson, A., and Ready, D.F. (1986). Sevenless - A cell-specific homeotic mutation of the Drosophila eye. Science.

Ready, D.F., Hanson, T.E., and Benzer, S. (1976). Development of the Drosophila retina, a neurocrystalline lattice. Developmental Biology.  


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