Válogatott publikációk

1. Ish-Horowicz,D., Pinchin,S., Gausz,J., Gyurkovics,H., Bencze,G., Goldschmidt-Clermont, M. and Holden,J.J. (1979) Deletion mapping of two D.melanogaster loci that code for the 70 000 dalton heat induced protein. Cell 17, 565-571

2. Gausz,J., Bencze,G., Gyurkovics,H., Ish-Horowicz,D., Ashburner,M. and Holden,J.J. (1979) Genetic analysis of the 87C region of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 93, 9l4-934

3. Gausz,J, Gyurkovics,H, Bencze,G,Awad,A.A.M., Holden,J. and IshHorowicz, D, (1981) : Genetic characterization of the region between 86F1,2 and 87B15 on chromosome

3 of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 98, 775-789

4. Mason,P.J.,Hall,L.M.C. and Gausz,J. (1984): The expression of heat shock genes during normal development in Drosophila melanogaster. Mol.Gen.Genet. 194, 73-78

5. Gausz,J., Hall,L.M.C.,Spierer,A. and Spierer,P. (1986): Molecular genetics of the rosy-ace region of Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 112, 65-78

6. Reuter,G., Gausz,J., Gyurkovics,H., Friede,B., Bang,R., Spierer,A., Hall, L.M.C. and Spierer,P. (1987): Modifiers of position effect variegation in the region from 86C to 88B of the Drosophila melanogaster third chromosome. Mol.Gen.Genet. 210, 429-436

7. Gyurkovics,H., Gausz,J., Kummer,J.and Karch,F. (1990): A new homeotic mutation in the Drosophila bithorax complex removes a boundary separating two domains of regulation. The EMBO Journal 9, 2579-2585

8. Reuter,G., Giarre,M., Farah,J., Gausz J., Spierer,A. and Spierer,P. (1990): Dependence of position-effect variegation in Drosophila on dose of a gene encoding an unusual zinc-finger protein. Nature 344,219-223

9 . Asztalos,Z.,von Wegerer,J., Wustmann,G., Dombrádi,V., Gausz,J., Spatz,H.C. and Friedrich,P.(1993): Protein phoshatase 1-deficient mutant Drosophila is affected in habituation and associative learning. The Journal of Neuroscience 13, 924-930

10. Baksa,K., Morawietz,H., Dombrádi,V., Axton,M., Taubert,H., Szabó,G., Török,I., Udvardy,A., Gyurkovics,H., Szöőr,B., Glover,D., Reuter,G. and Gausz,J.(1993): Mutations in the protein phoshatase 1 gene at 87B can differentially affect suppression of position-effect variegation and mitosis in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 135, 117-125

11. Farkas,G., Gausz,J., Galloni,M., Reuter,G., Gyurkovics,H. and Karch,F.(1994) The Trithorax-like gene encodes the Drosophila GAGA factor. Nature, 371: 806 – 808

12. Bhat,K.M., Farkas,G., Karch,F., Gyurkovics,H., Gausz,J. and Schedl,P.((1996)The GAGA factor is required in the early Drosophila embryo not only for transcriptional regulation but also for nuclear division. Development, 122, 1113 – 1124

13. Mihaly,J., Hogga,I., Gausz,J., Gyurkovics,H. and Karch,F. (1997) In situ dissection of the Fab-7 region of the bithorax complex into a chromatin domain boundary and a Polycomb-response element. Development, 124, 1809 – 1820

14. Adam G, Gausz J, Noselli S, Kurucz E, Ando I, Udvardy A.(2004)

Tissue- and developmental stage-specific changes in the subcellular localization of the 26S proteasome in the ovary of Drosophila melanogaster. Mechanism of Development Gene Expr Patterns. 4, 329-33.

15. Kókai E, Tantos Á, Vissi E, Szöőr B, Tompa P, Gausz J, Alphey L, Friedrich P, Dombrádi V (2006) CG15031/PPYR1 is an intrinsically unstructured protein that interacts

with protein phosphatase Y. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 451, 59-67