Fisun Hamaratoglu
Fisun Hamaratoglu
Ser Cymru Rising Star Fellow, Cardiff University
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The tumour-suppressor genes NF2/Merlin and Expanded act through Hippo signalling to regulate cell proliferation and apoptosis
F Hamaratoglu, M Willecke, M Kango-Singh, R Nolo, E Hyun, C Tao, ...
Nature cell biology 8 (1), 27-36, 2006
The apical-basal cell polarity determinant Crumbs regulates Hippo signaling in Drosophila
CL Chen, KM Gajewski, F Hamaratoglu, W Bossuyt, L Sansores-Garcia, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (36), 15810-15815, 2010
The fat cadherin acts through the hippo tumor-suppressor pathway to regulate tissue size
M Willecke, F Hamaratoglu, M Kango-Singh, R Udan, C Chen, C Tao, ...
Current Biology 16 (21), 2090-2100, 2006
Boundaries of Dachsous Cadherin activity modulate the Hippo signaling pathway to induce cell proliferation
M Willecke, F Hamaratoglu, L Sansores-Garcia, C Tao, G Halder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (39), 14897-14902, 2008
Dpp/BMP signaling in flies: from molecules to biology
F Hamaratoglu, M Affolter, G Pyrowolakis
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 32, 128-136, 2014
Differential regulation of the Hippo pathway by adherens junctions and apical–basal cell polarity modules
CC Yang, HK Graves, IM Moya, C Tao, F Hamaratoglu, AB Gladden, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (6), 1785-1790, 2015
Dpp Signaling Activity Requires Pentagone to Scale with Tissue Size in the Growing Drosophila Wing Imaginal Disc
F Hamaratoglu, AM de Lachapelle, G Pyrowolakis, S Bergmann, ...
PLoS biology 9 (10), e1001182, 2011
Dpp spreading is required for medial but not for lateral wing disc growth
S Harmansa, F Hamaratoglu, M Affolter, E Caussinus
Nature 527 (7578), 317-322, 2015
The Hippo tumor-suppressor pathway regulates apical-domain size in parallel to tissue growth
F Hamaratoglu, K Gajewski, L Sansores-Garcia, C Morrison, C Tao, ...
Journal of cell science 122 (14), 2351-2359, 2009
An ectopic network of transcription factors regulated by hippo signaling drives growth and invasion of a malignant tumor model
M Atkins, D Potier, L Romanelli, J Jacobs, J Mach, F Hamaratoglu, S Aerts, ...
Current Biology 26 (16), 2101-2113, 2016
Ferritin heavy chain protects the developing wing from reactive oxygen species and ferroptosis
S Mumbauer, J Pascual, I Kolotuev, F Hamaratoglu
PLoS Genetics 15 (9), e1008396, 2019
Hippo reprograms the transcriptional response to Ras signaling
J Pascual, J Jacobs, L Sansores-Garcia, M Natarajan, J Zeitlinger, S Aerts, ...
Developmental cell 42 (6), 667-680. e4, 2017
Cryopreservation of starfish oocytes
F Hamaratogˇlu, A Erogˇlu, M Toner, KC Sadler
Cryobiology 50 (1), 38-47, 2005
MAP kinases regulate unfertilized egg apoptosis and fertilization suppresses death via Ca2+ signaling.
PA Sadler KC, Yuce O, Hamaratoglu F, Verge V, Peaucellier G
Molecular Reproduction and Development 67 (3), 366-383, 2004
Establishment of a Developmental Compartment Requires Interactions between Three Synergistic Cis-regulatory Modules
D Bieli, O Kanca, D Requena, F Hamaratoglu, D Gohl, P Schedl, ...
PLoS genetics 11 (10), e1005376, 2015
Rounding up the usual suspects: assessing yorkie, AP-1, and stat coactivation in tumorigenesis
F Hamaratoglu, M Atkins
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 21 (13), 4580, 2020
Cell elimination strategies upon identity switch via modulation of apterous in Drosophila wing disc
O Klipa, F Hamaratoglu
PLOS Genetics, 2019
Confronting morphogen gradients: how important are they for growth?
F Hamaratoglu, K Basler, M Affolter
Science signaling 2 (94), pe67-pe67, 2009
Elimination of aberrantly specified cell clones is independent of interfacial Myosin II accumulation
O Klipa, M El Gammal, F Hamaratoglu
Journal of Cell Science, jcs. 259935, 2023
Correction: Ferritin heavy chain protects the developing wing from reactive oxygen species and ferroptosis
S Mumbauer, J Pascual, I Kolotuev, F Hamaratoglu
PLoS Genetics 16 (10), e1009138, 2020
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