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Bopp, D; Saccone, G; Beye, M (2014). Sex determination in insects: variations on a common theme. Sexual Development, 8(1-3):20-28.

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.

Bopp, D (2010). About females and males: continuity and discontinuity in flies. Journal of Genetics, 89(3):315-323.

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.

Richards, S; Bopp, D; et al (2008). The genome of the model beetle and pest Tribolium castaneum. Nature, 452(7190):949-955.

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.

Bellotto, M; Bopp, D; Senti, K A; Burke, R; Deak, P; Maroy, P; Dickson, B J; Basler, K; Hafen, E (2002). Maternal-effect loci involved in Drosophila oogenesis and embryogenesis: P element-induced mutations on the third chromosome. International Journal of Developmental Biology, 41(1):149-157.

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.

Bopp, D (2001). Merging sex and position. BioEssays, 23(4):304-306.

Waterbury, J A; Horabin, J I; Bopp, D; Schedl, P (2000). Sex determination in the Drosophila germline is dictated by the sexual identity of the surrounding soma. Genetics, 155(4):1741-1756.

Bopp, D; Schütt, C; Puro, J; Huang, H; Nöthiger, R (1999). Recombination and disjunction in female germ cells of Drosophila depend on the germline activity of the gene sex-lethal. Development, 126(24):5785-5794.

Meise, M; Hilfiker-Kleiner, D; Dübendorfer, A; Brunner, C; Nöthiger, R; Bopp, D (1998). Sex-lethal, the master sex-determining gene in Drosophila, is not sex-specifically regulated in Musca domestica. Development, 125(8):1487-1494.

Saccone, G; Peluso, I; Artiaco, D; Giordano, E; Bopp, D; Polito, L C (1998). The Ceratitis capitata homologue of the Drosophila sex-determining gene sex-lethal is structurally conserved, but not sex-specifically regulated. Development, 125(8):1495-1500.

Bopp, D; Calhoun, G; Horabin, J I; Samuels, M; Schedl, P (1996). Sex-specific control of Sex-lethal is a conserved mechanism for sex determination in the genus Drosophila. Development, 122(3):971-982.

Horabin, J I; Bopp, D; Waterbury, J A; Schedl, P (1995). Selection and maintenance of sexual identity in the Drosophila germline. Genetics, 141(4):1521-1535.

Dambly-Chaudière, C; Jamet, E; Burri, M; Bopp, D; Basler, K; Hafen, E; Dumont, N; Spielmann, P; Ghysen, A; Noll, M (1992). The paired box gene pox neuro: a determinant of poly-innervated sense organs in Drosophila. Cell, 69(1):159-172.

Parkhurst, S M; Bopp, D; Ish-Horowicz, D (1990). X:A ratio, the primary sex-determining signal in Drosophila, is transduced by helix-loop-helix proteins. Cell, 63(6):1179-1191.

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