K. Legent, H.H. Liu and J.E. Treisman. 2015. Drosophila Vps4 promotes Epidermal growth factor receptor signaling independently of its role in receptor degradation. Development 142, 1480-1491.

C. Malone, C. Mestdagh, J. Akhtar, N. Kreim, P. Deinhard, R. Sachidanandam, J. Treisman and J.-Y. Roignant. 2014. The exon junction complex controls transposable element activity by ensuring faithful splicing of the piwi transcript. Genes Dev. 28, 1786-1799.

S. Marr, J. Lis, J.E. Treisman, and M. Marr. 2014. The metazoan-specific mediator subunit 26 (MED26) is essential for viability and is found at both active genes and pericentric heterochromatin in Drosophila. Mol. Cell. Biol 34, 2710-2720.

J. Steinhauer, H.H. Liu, E. Miller, and J.E. Treisman. 2013. Trafficking of the EGFR ligand Spitz regulates signaling activity in polarized tissues. J. Cell Sci. 126, 4469-4478.

J.E. Treisman. 2012. Retinal differentiation in Drosophila. WIRES Dev. Biol. doi: 10.1002/wdev.100.

K. Legent, J. Steinhauer, M. Richard, and J.E. Treisman. 2012. A screen for X-linked mutations affecting Drosophila photoreceptor differentiation identifies Casein kinase 1 alpha as an essential negative regulator of Wingless signaling. Genetics 190, 601-616.

F. Janody and J.E. Treisman. 2011. Requirements for mediator complex subunits distinguish three classes of Notch target genes at the Drosophila wing margin. Dev. Dyn. 240, 2051-2059.

J.D. Richter and J.E. Treisman. 2011. Not just the messenger: RNA takes control. Curr. Top. Genet. Dev. 21, 363-365.

S. Astigarraga, K. Hofmeyer, R. Farajian, and J.E. Treisman. 2010. Three Drosophila Liprins interact to control synapse formation. J. Neurosci. 30,15358-15368.

J.-Y. Roignant and J.E. Treisman. 2010. Exon junction complex subunits are required to splice Drosophila MAP kinase, a large heterochromatic gene. Cell 143, 238-250.

X.S. Li, P. Trojer, T. Matsumara, J.E. Treisman, and N. Tanese. 2010. Mammalian SWI/SNF-A subunit BAF250/ARID1 is an E3 ubiquitin ligase that targets histone H2B. Mol. Cell. Biol. 30, 1673-1688.

J.-Y. Roignant, K. Legent, F. Janody, and J.E. Treisman. 2010. The transcriptional cofactor Chip acts with LIM-homeodomain proteins to set the boundary of the eye field in Drosophila. Development 137, 273-281.

S. Astigarraga, K. Hofmeyer and J.E. Treisman. 2010. Missed connections: photoreceptor seeks target neuron for synaptogenesis. Curr. Op. Genet. Dev. 20, 400-407.

K. Hofmeyer and J.E. Treisman. 2009. The receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase LAR promotes photorecep tor axon targeting by a phosphatase-independent signaling mechanism. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 19399-19404.

J. Steinhauer, M.A. GijÛn, W.R. Riekhof, D.R. Voelker, R.C. Murphy, and J.E. Treisman. 2009. Drosophila lysophospholipid acyltransferases are specifically required for germ cell development. Mol. Biol. Cell 20, 5224-5235.

J. Steinhauer and J.E. Treisman. 2009. Lipid-modified morphogens: functions of fats. Curr. Op. Genet. Dev. 19, 308-314.

J.-Y. Roignant and J.E. Treisman. 2009. Pattern formation in the Drosophila eye disc. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 53, 795-804.

I. Carrera, J. Zavadil and J.E. Treisman. 2008. Two subunits specific to the PBAP chromatin remodeling complex have distinct and redundant functions during Drosophila development. Mol. Cell. Biol. 28, 5238-5250.

G.I. Miura, J.-Y. Roignant, M. Wassef and J.E. Treisman. 2008. Myopic acts in the endocytic pathway to enhance signaling by the Drosophila EGF receptor. Development 135, 1913-1922.

I. Carrera, F. Janody, N. Leeds, F. Duveau and J.E. Treisman. 2008. Pygopus activates Wingless target gene transcription through the mediator complex subunits Med12 and Med13. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105, 6644-6649.

I. Carrera and J.E. Treisman. 2008. Message in a nucleus: signaling to the transcriptional machinery. Curr. Op. Genet. Dev. 18, 397-403.

K. Legent and J.E. Treisman. 2008. Wingless signaling in Drosophila eye development. In Wnt signaling: methods and model systems, ed. E. Vincan, Methods in Molecular Biology, Humana Press, USA, 469, 141-161.

K. Hofmeyer and J.E. Treisman, 2008. Sensory systems: seeing the world in a new light. Curr. Biol. 18, r919-921.

J.S. Karres, V. Hilgers, I. Carrera, J.E. Treisman and S.M. Cohen. 2007. The conserved microRNA miR-8 tunes Atrophin levels to prevent neurodegeneration in Drosophila. Cell 131, 136-145.

F. Janody and J.E. Treisman. 2006. Actin capping protein alpha maintains vestigial-expressing cells within the Drosophila wing disc epithelium. Development 133, 3349-3357.

J.-Y. Roignant, S. Hamel, F. Janody, and J.E. Treisman. 2006. The novel SAM domain protein Aveugle is required for Raf activation in the Drosophila EGF receptor signaling pathway. Genes Dev. 20, 795-806.

G.I. Miura, J. Buglino, D.Alvarado, M.A. Lemmon, M. D. Resh, and J.E. Treisman. 2006. Palmitoylation of the EGFR ligand Spitz by Rasp increases Spitz activity by restricting its diffusion. Dev. Cell 10, 167-176.

G.I. Miura and J.E.Treisman. 2006. Lipid modification of secreted signaling proteins. Cell Cycle 5, 1184-1188.

K. Hofmeyer, C. Maurel-Zaffran, H. Sink, and J.E. Treisman. 2006. Liprin-alpha has LAR-independent functions in R7 photoreceptor axon targeting. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 103, 11595-11600.

J. Ma, H. Plesken, J.E. Treisman, I. Edelman-Novemsky, and M. Ren. 2004. Lightoid and Claret: a rab GTPase and its putative guanine nucleotide exchange factor in biogenesis of Drosophila eye pigment granules. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 101, 11652-11657.

A. Lee and J.E. Treisman. 2004. Excessive myosin activity in Mbs mutants causes photoreceptor movement out of the Drosophila eye disc epithelium. Mol. Biol. Cell 15, 3285-3295.

F. Janody, J.D. Lee, N. Jahren, D.J. Hazelett, A. Benlali, G.I.Miura, I.Draskovic, and J.E. Treisman. 2004. A mosaic genetic screen reveals distinct roles for trithorax and Polycomb group genes in Drosophila eye development. Genetics 166, 187-200.

J.E. Treisman. 2004. How to make an eye. Development 131, 3823-3827.

J.E. Treisman. 2004. Coming to our senses. BioEssays 26, 825-828.

F. Janody, Z. Martirosyan, A. Benlali, and J.E. Treisman. 2003. Two subunits of the Drosophila mediator complex act together to control cell affinity. Development 130, 3691-3701.

J.D. Lee, K. Amanai, A. Shearn, and J.E. Treisman. 2002. The ubiquitin ligase Hyperplastic discs negatively regulates hedgehog and decapentaplegic expression by independent mechanisms. Development 129, 5697-5706.

J.E. Treisman and R. Lang. 2002. Meeting Report: Development and evolution of the eye. M.O.D. 112, 3-8.

J.D. Lee and J.E. Treisman. 2002. Regulators of the morphogenetic furrow. In Drosophila eye development, ed. K. Moses, p. 21-33. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

C. Maurel-Zaffran, T. Suzuki, G. Gahmon, J.E. Treisman, and B.J. Dickson. 2001. Cell autonomous and non-autonomous functions of LAR in R7 photoreceptor axon targeting. Neuron 32, 225-235.

J.D. Lee and J.E. Treisman. 2001. Sightless has homology to transmembrane acyltransferases and is required to generate active Hedgehog protein. Curr. Biol. 11, 1147-1152.

N. Tapon, N. Ito, B.J. Dickson, J.E. Treisman and I.K. Hariharan. 2001. The Drosophila tuberous sclerosis complex gene homologues restrict cell growth and cell proliferation. Cell 105, 345-355.

J.D. Lee, P. Kraus, N. Gaiano, S. Nery, J. Kohtz, G. Fishell, C.A. Loomis and J.E. Treisman. 2001. An acylatable residue of Hedgehog is differentially required in Drosophila and mouse limb development. Dev. Biol. 233, 122-136.

J.E. Treisman. 2001. Drosophila homologues of the transcriptional coactivation complex subunits TRAP240 and TRAP230 are required for identical processes in eye-antennal disc development. Development 128, 603-615.

F. Pichaud, J.E. Treisman and C. Desplan. 2001. Reinventing a common strategy for patterning the eye. Cell 105, 9-12.

J.D. Lee and J.E. Treisman. 2001. The role of Wingless signaling in establishing the anterior-posterior and dorsal-ventral axes of the eye disc. Development 128, 1519-1529.

R.T. Collins and J.E. Treisman. 2000. Osa-containing Brahma chromatin remodeling complexes are required for the repression of Wingless target genes. Genes Dev. 14, 3140-3152.

Y.-C. Su, C. Maurel-Zaffran, J.E. Treisman and E.Y. Skolnik. 2000. The Ste20 kinase Misshapen regulates both photoreceptor axon targeting and dorsal closure, acting downstream of distinct signals. Mol. Cell. Biol. 20, 4736-4744.

A. Benlali, I. Draskovic, D.J. Hazelett and J.E. Treisman. 2000. act up controls actin polymerization to alter cell shape and restrict Hedgehog signaling in the Drosophila eye disc. Cell 101, 271-281.

C. Maurel-Zaffran and J.E. Treisman. 2000. pannier acts upstream of wingless to direct dorsal eye disc development in Drosophila. Development 127, 1007-1016.

L.L. Dobens, J. Petersen, J.E. Treisman and L.A. Raftery. 2000. Drosophila bunched integrates opposing Dpp and EGF signals to set the operculum boundary. Development 127, 745-754.

U. Heberlein and J.E. Treisman. 2000. Early retinal development in Drosophila. In Vertebrate eye development, ed. E. Fini., p. 37-50. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

R.T. Collins, T. Furukawa, N. Tanese and J.E. Treisman. 1999. Osa associates with the Brahma chromatin remodeling complex and promotes the activation of some target genes. EMBO J. 18, 7029-7040.

H. Liu, Y.-C. Su, E. Becker, J.E. Treisman, and E.Y. Skolnik. 1999. A Drosophila TNF-receptor-associated-factor (TRAF) binds the Ste20 kinase Misshapen and activates Jun kinase. Curr. Biol. 9, 101-104.

J.E. Treisman. 1999. A conserved blueprint for the eye? BioEssays 21, 843-850.

D.J. Hazelett, M. Bourouis, U. Walldorf and J.E. Treisman. 1998. decapentaplegic and wingless are regulated by eyes absent and eyegone and interact to direct the pattern of retinal differentiation in the eye disc. Development 125, 3741-3751.

Y.-C. Su, J.E. Treisman and E.Y. Skolnik. 1998. The Drosophila Ste20 related kinase Misshapen is required for embryonic dorsal closure and acts via a JNK MAPK module on an evolutionarily conserved signaling pathway. Genes Dev. 12, 2371-2380.

J.E. Treisman and U. Heberlein. 1998. Eye development in Drosophila: formation of the eye field and control of differentiation. Curr. Top. Dev. Biol. 39, 119-158.