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Hediger, M; Henggeler, C; Meier, N; Perez, R; Saccone, G; Bopp, D (2010). Molecular characterization of the key switch F provides a basis for understanding the rapid divergence of the sex-determining pathway in the housefly. Genetics, 184:155-170.

Siegenthaler, C; Maroy, P; Hediger, M; Dübendorfer, A; Bopp, D (2009). Hormones and sex-specific transcription factors jointly control yolk protein synthesis in Musca domestica. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2009:291236.

Burghardt, G; Hediger, M; Siegenthaler, C; Moser, M; Dübendorfer, A; Bopp, D (2005). The transformer2 gene in Musca domestica is required for selecting and maintaining the female pathway of development. Development Genes and Evolution, 215(4):165-176.

Hediger, M; Burghardt, G; Siegenthaler, C; Buser, N; Hilfiker-Kleiner, D; Dübendorfer, A; Bopp, D (2004). Sex determination in Drosophila melanogaster and Musca domestica converges at the level of the terminal regulator doublesex. Development Genes and Evolution, 214(1):29-42.

Dübendorfer, A; Hediger, M; Burghardt, G; Bopp, D (2002). Musca domestica, a window on the evolution of sex-determining mechanisms in insects. International Journal of Developmental Biology, 46(1):75-79.

McGregor, A P; Shaw, P J; Hancock, J M; Bopp, D; Hediger, M; Wratten, N S; Dover, G A (2001). Rapid restructuring of bicoid-dependent hunchback promoters within and between Dipteran species: implications for molecular coevolution. Evolution and Development, 3(6):397-407.

Hediger, M; Niessen, M; Wimmer, E A; Dübendorfer, A; Bopp, D (2001). Genetic transformation of the housefly Musca domestica with the lepidopteran derived transposon piggyBac. Insect Molecular Biology, 10(2):113-119.

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