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Dr. Bradley W. Jones

Associate Professor Dr. Bradley Jones
Department of Biology
The University of Mississippi

Office: 122 Shoemaker Hall
Telephone: (662) 915-1700

Johnson, R.W., Wood, J.L. and Jones, B.W.  (2012). 
Characterization of cis-regulatory elements controlling repo transcription in Drosophila melanogaster. Gene. 492, 167-176. [abstract]

Lee, B.P. and Jones, B.W.2005.
Transcriptional regulation of the Drosophila glial gene repo.
Mechanisms of Development, 122, 849-862.[abstract]

Jones, B.W.2005.
Transcriptional control of glial cell development in Drosophila.
Developmental Biology 278, 265-273.[abstract]

Jones, B.W., Abeysekera, M., Galinska, J., and Jolicoeur, E.M.2004.
Transcriptional control of glial and blood cell development in Drosophila: cis-regulatory elements of glial cells missing.
Developmental Biology 266, 374-387.[abstract]

Alfonso, T.B. and Jones, B.W.2002.
gcm2 promotes glial cell differentiation and is required with glial cells missing for macrophage development in Drosophila.
Developmental Biology 248, 369-383.[abstract]

Jones, B.W.2001.
Glial cell development in the Drosophila embryo.
BioEssays 23 (10), 877-887.[abstract]

Kim,J. *, Jones, B.W. *, Zock, C., Chen, Z., Wang, H., Goodman, C.S., and Anderson, D.J.1998.
Isolation and characterization of mammalian homologs of the Drosophila gene, glial cells missing.
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 95, 12364-12369.[abstract]
*These authors contributed equally to this work.

Jones, B.W., Fetter, R., Tear, G., and Goodman, C.S.1995.
glial cells missing: a genetic switch that controls glial versus neuronal fate.
Cell 82: 1013-1023.[abstract]

Jones, B. and McGinnis, W.1993
A new Drosophila homeobox gene, bsh, is expressed in a subset of brain cells during embryogenesis.
Development 117: 793-806.[abstract]

Jones, B. and McGinnis, W.1993
The regulation of empty spiracles by Abdominal-B mediates an abdominal segment identity function.
Genes and Development 7: 229-240.[abstract]

Chadwick, R., Jones, B., Jack, T., and McGinnis W.1990
Ectopic expression from the Deformed gene triggers a dominant defect in Drosophila adult head development.
Developmental Biology 141, 130-140.[abstract]