1. Leifer, E., Roth, L.J., Hogness, D.S., and Corson, M.H. (1951). The metabolism of radioactive nicotine acid and nicotinamide. J. Biol. Chem. 190. 595.

2. Hogness, D.S. and Niemann, C. (1952). The determination of the relative affinities of a series of specific substrates from the respective Ks and K3 values. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 74, 3183.

3. Hogness, D.S. and Niemann, C. (1953). The kinetics of the α-chymotrypsin catalyzed hydrolysis
of acetyl-L-tyrosinhydroxamide in aqueous solution at 25• and pH 7.6. J. Am. chem.. Soc. 75, 884.

4. Hogness, D.S. and Mitchell, H.K. (1954). Genetic factors influencing the activity of tryptophan synthetase in Neurospora crassa. J. Gen. Microbiology 11, 401.

5. Hogness, D.S., Cohn, M., and Monod, J. (1955). Studies on the induced synthesis of β-galactosidase in Escheerichia coli: the kinetics and mechanism of sulfur incorporation. Biochim. et Biophys. Acta 16, 99-116.

6. Hogness, D.S. and Battley, E.H. (1957). The α-glactosidase of aerobacter aerogenesis: its characteristics and induced syntheses. Fed. Proc. 16, 849.

7. Hogness, D.S. (1959). Induced enzyme synthesis. Rev. Modern Physics 31, 256-268.

8. Kaiser, A.D. and Hogness, D.S. (1960). The transformation of Escherichia coli with deoxyribonucleic acid isolated from bacteriophage λdg. J. Mol. Boil. 2, 392-415.

9. Simmons, J.R. and Hogness D.S. (1961). Characterization of DNA from bacteriophage λdg active
in transforming E. coli. Fed. Proc. 20, No. 1.

10. Riley, M. and Hogness, D.S. (1962). The detection of RNA specifically related to the DNA of galactose genes in E. coli and phage λdg. Fed. Proc. 21, No. 2.

11. Hogness, D.S. (1962). The activity of isolated viral deoxyribonucleic acid in the genesis of
proteins within bacterial cells. In: The Molecular Control of Cellular Activity. (Ed. J. M. Allen),
McGraw-Hill, New York, Chapter 7, pp. 189-220.

12. Hogness, D.S. and Simmons, J.R. (1964). Breakage of λdg DNA: chemical and genetic characterization of each isolated half-molecule. J. Mol. Biol. 9, 411-438.

13. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1964). The enzymes of the galactose operson in Escherichia
coli. I. Purification and characterization of uridine diphosphogalactose 4-epimerase. J. Biol. Chem.
239, 2469-2481.

14. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1964). Comparison of rates of synthesis of enzymes
determined by the E. coli glactose operon. Fed. Proc. 23, No. 2.

15. Doerfler, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1965). Separation of the strands of poly dTC:AG in alkaline
CsCI. J. Mol. Biol. 14, 237-240.

16. Doerfler, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1965). The complementary strands of λ DNA: isolation, renaturation and formation of heteroduplex molecules. Fed. Proc. 24, 226.

17. Wang, J.C., Nandi, U.S., Hogness, D.S. and Davidson, N. (1965). Isolation of λdg
deoxyribonucleic acid halves by Hg(II) binding and Cs2SO4 density-gradient centrifugation. Biochemistry 4, 1697-1702.

18. Black, L.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1966). Studies on the lysozyme induced bacteriophage λ. Fed. Proc. 25, 751.

19. Hogness, D.S. (1966). the structure and function of DNA from bacteriophage lambda. J. Gen. Physiol. 49, 29-57.

20. Hogness, D.S., Doerfler, W.,, Egan, J.B., and Black, L. (1966). The position and orientation of
genes in λ and λdg DNA. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 31, 129-138.

21. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1967). Galactokinase and uridine diphosphoglactose
4-epimerase from Escherichia coli. In: Methods in Enzymology—Complex Carbohydrates,
Vol. III-C. Academic Press, New York, pp. 229-240.

22. Champoux, J.T., Egan, J.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1968). The location of polyr G binding sites
on the strands of λ DNA. Fed. Proc. 27, No. 2, 2422.

23. Doerfler, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1968). The strands of DNA from lambda and related bacteriophages: isolation and characterization. J. Mol. Biol. 33, 635-659.

24. Doerfler, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1968). Gene orientation in bacteriophage lambda as determined from the genetic activities of heteroduplex DNA formed in vitro. J. Mol. Biol. 33, 661-678.

25. Black, L.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The lysozyme of bacteriophage λ. I. Purification and molecular weight. J. Biol. Chem. 244, 1968-1975.

26. Black, L.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The lysozyme of bacteriophage λ. II. Amino acid and
end group analysis. J. Biol. Chem. 244, 1976-1981.

27. Black, L.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The lysozyme of bacteriophage λ. III. Ordering the cyanogens bromide peptides. J. Biol. Chem. 244, 1982-1987.

28. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The enzymes of the galactose operon in Escherichia
coli. II. The subunits of uridine diphosphogalactose 4-epimerase. J. Biol. Chem. 244, 2132-2136.

29. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The enzymes of the galactose operon in Escherichia
coli. III. The size and composition of galactokinase. J. Biol. Chem. 244, 2137-2142.

30. Wilson, D.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1969). The enzymes of the galactose operon in Escherichia
coli. IV. The frequencies of translation of the terminal cistrons in the operon. J. Biol. Chem. 244,
2143-2148.

31. Egan, J.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1972). The topography of lambda DNA: isolation of ordered fragments and the physical mapping of point mutations. J. Mol. Biol. 71. 363-381.

32. Champoux, J. and Hogness, D.S. (1972). The topography of lambda DNA: polyriboguanylic
acid binding sites and base composition. J. Mol. Biol. 71, 383-405.

33. Schachat, F.H. and Hogness, D.S. (1973). Repetitive sequences in isolated Thomas circles
from Drosophila melanogaster. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 38, 371-381.

34. Blumenthal, A.B., Kriegstein, H.J., and Hogness, D.S. (1973). The units of DNA replication in Drosophila melanogaster chromosomes. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 38, 205-223.

35. Hogness, D.S. (1974). Human use of genetics. In: The Greatest Adventure: Basic Research
that Shapes Our Lives. (Eds. E.H. Kone and H.J. Jordan), Rockefeller University Press, New York, Chapter 9, pp. 133-154.

36. Kriegstein, H.J. and Hogness, D.S. (1974). The mechanism of DNA replication in Drosophila chromosomes: structure of replication forks and evidence for bidirectionality. Proc. Natl. Acad.
Sci. USA 71, 135-139.

37. Hobom, G. and Hogness, D.S. (1974). The role of recombination in the formation of circular oligomers of the λdv1 plasmid. J. Mol. Biol. 88, 65-87.

38. Hogness, D.S., Wensink, P.C., Glover, D.M., White, R.L., and Finnegan, D.J. (1974). The arrangement of DNA sequences in Drosophila chromosomes. In: The Eukaryote Chromosomes.
(Eds. W.J. Peacock and R.D. Brock). Australian National University Press, Canberra, Australia.

39. Wensink, P.C., Finnegan, D.J., Donelson, J.E., and Hogness, D.S. (1974). A system for
mapping DNA sequences in the chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster. Cell 3, 315-325.

40. Glover, D.M., White, R.L., Finnegan, D.J. and Hogness, D.S. (1975). Characterization of six
cloned DNAs from Drosophila melanogaster, including one that contains the genes for rRNA.
Cell 5, 149-157.

41. Rubin, G.M. and Hogness, D.S. (1975). Effect of heat shock on the synthesis of low molecular weight RNAs in Drosophila: accumulation of a novel form of 5S RNA. Cell 6, 207-213.

42. Grunstein, M. and Hogness, D.S. (1975). Colony hybridization: a method for the isolation of
cloned DNAs that contain a specific gene. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 72, 3961-3956.

43. Rubin, G.M., Finnegan, D.J., and Hogness, D.S. (1976). The chromosomal arrangement of
coding sequences in a family of repeated genes. In: Progress in Nucleic Acid Research and
Molecular Biology. (Ed. W.E. Cohn), Academic Press, New York, Vol. 19, 221-226.

44. Karp, R.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1976). Isolation and mapping of histone genes contained in
cloned segments of Drosophila DNA. Fed. Proc. 35, 1623.

45. Glover, D.M. and Hogness, D.S. (1977). A novel arrangement of the 18S and 28S sequences
in a repeating unit of Drosophila melanogaster. Cell 10, 177-192.

46. White, R.L. and Hogness, D.S. (1977). R-loop mapping of the 18S and 28S sequences in
the long and short repeating units of Drosophila melanogaster rDNA. Cell 10, 177-192.

47. Rambach, A. and Hogness, D.S. (1977). Translation of Drosophila melanogaster sequences
in Escherichia coli. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 74, 5041-5045.

48. Young, M.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1977). A new approach for identifying and mapping structural genes in Drosophila melanogaster. In: Eucaryotic Genetics System: ICN-UCLA Symposia on
Molecular and Cellular Biology, Vol. 8, pp. 315-331, Academic Press, New York (eds. G. Wilcox,
J. Abelson and C.F. Fox).

49. Lifton, R.P., Goldberg, M.L., Karp, R.W., and Hogness, D.S. (1978). The organization of
histone genes in Drosophila melanogaster: Functional and evolutionary implications. Cold Spring
Harb. Symp. Quant. Biol. 42, 1047-1051.

50. Finnegan, D.J., Rubin, G.M., Young, M.W. and Hogness, D.S. (1978). Repeated gene families
in Drosophila melanogaster. Cold Spring Harb. Symp. Quant. Boil. 42, 1053-1063.

51. Lis, J.T., Prestidge, L., and Hogness, D.S. (1978). A novel arrangement of tandemly repeated genes at a major heat shock site in Drosophila melanogaster. Cell 14, 901-919.

52. Meyerowitz, E.M., Guild, G.M., Prestidge, L.S. and Hogness, D.S. (1980). A new cosmid vector and its use. Gene 11, 271-282.

53. Muskavitch, M.A.T. and Hogness, D.S. (1980). Molecular Analysis of a Gene in a
Developmentally Regulated Puff of Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 77,
7362-7366.

54. Meyerowitz, E.M. and Hogness, D.S. (1982). Molecular Organization of a Drosophila Puff Site
that Responds to Ecdysone. Cell 28, 165-176.

55. Muskavitch, M.A.T. and Hogness, D.S. (1982). An Expandable Gene that Codes for a Drosophila Glue Protein Is Not Expressed in Variants Lacking Remote Upstream Sequences. Cell 29, 1041-1051.

56. Bender, W., Spierer, P. and Hogness, D.S. (1983). Chromosomal walking and jumping to isolate DNA from the Ace and rosy Loci and the Bithorax Complex in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Mol. Biol., (1983) 168, 17-33.

57. Spierer, P., Spierer, A., Bender, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1983). Molecular mapping of genetic
and chromomeric units in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Mol. Biol., (1983) 168, 35-50.

58. Bender, W., Spierer, P. and Hogness, D.S. (1983). Chromosomal walking and jumping to isolate DNA from the Ace and rosy Loci and the Bithorax Complex in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Mol. Biol., (1983) 168, 17-33.

59. Spierer, P., Spierer, A., Bender, W. and Hogness, D.S. (1983). Molecular mapping of genetic and chromomeric units in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Mol. Biol., (1983) 168, 35-50.

60. Bender, W., Akam, M., Karch, F., Beachy, P.A., Peifer, M., Spierer, P., Lewis, E.B. and Hogness, D.S. Molecular Genetics of the Bithorax Complex in D. melanogaster (1983). Science, 221, 23-29.

61. Nathans, J. and Hogness, D.S. (1984). Isolation, sequence analysis and intron-exon arrangement of the gene encoding bovine rhodopsin. Cell, 34, 807-814.

62. Nathans, J. and Hogness, D.S. (1984). Isolation and nucleotide sequence of the gene encoding human rhodopsin. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 81, 4851-4855.

63. Carlson, J.R. and Hogness, D.S. (1985). The Jonah Genes: A new multigenefamily in Drosophila melanogaster. Developmental Biology 108, 341-354.

64. Carlson, J.R. and Hogness, D.S. (1985). Developmental and Functional Analysis of Jonah Gene Expression. Devellopmental Biology 108, 355-368

65. Beachy, P.A., Helfand, S.L. and Hogness, D.S. (1985). Segmental distribution of bithorax complex proteins during Drosophila development. Nature, 313, 545-551.

66. Hogness, D.S., Lipshitz, H., Beachy, P.A., Peattie, D., Saint, R.A., Goldschmidt-Clermont, M., Harte, P., Gavis, E. and Helfand, S.L. (1985). Regulation and products of the Ubx domain of the bithorax complex. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium. Quantitative Biol. 60, 181-194.

67. Cherbas, L., Benes, H., Bourouis, M., Burtis, K., Chao, A., Cherbas, P., Crosby, M., Garfinkel, M., Guild, G., Hogness, D.S., etc. (1986). Structural and functional analysis of some moulting hormone-responsive genes from Drosophila. Insect Biochem. 16, 241-248.

68. Nathans, J., Thomas, D. and Hogness, D.S. (1986). Molecular genetics of human color vision: the genes encoding blue, green, and red pigments. Science 232, 193-202

69. Nathans, J., Piantanida, T.P., Eddy, R.L., Shows, T.B. and Hogness, D.S. (1986). Molecular genetics of inherited variation in human color vision. Science 232, 203-210.

70. Lipshitz, H.D., Peattie, D.A. and hogness, D.S. (1987). Novel transcripts from the Ultrabithorax domain of the bithorax complex. Genes & Dev. 1, 307-322.

71. Beachy, P.A., Krasnow, M.A., Gavis, E.R. and Hogness, D.S. (1988). An Ultrabithorax protein binds sequences near its own and the Antennapedia P1 promoters. Cell 55, 1069-1081.

72. Kornfeld, K., Saint, R.B., Beachy, P.A., Harte, P.J., Peattie, D.A. and Hogness, D. (1989). Structure and expression of a family of Ultrabithorax mRNAs generated by alternative splicing and polyadenylation in Drosophila. Genes & Dev. 3, 243-258.

73. Winslow, G.M., Hayashi, S., Krasnow, M., Hogness, D.S. and Scott, M.P. (1989). Transcriptional activation by the Antennapedia and fushi tarazu proteins in cultured Drosophila cells. Cell 57, 1017-1030.

74. Krasnow, M.A., Saffman, E.E., Kornfeld, K. and Hogness, D.S. (1989). Transcriptional activationand repression by Ultrabithorax proteins in cultured Drosophila cells. Cell 57, 1031-1043.

75. Mann, R. and Hogness, D.S. (1990). Functional dissection of Ultrabithorax proteins in Drosophila melanogaster. Cell 60, 597-610.

76. Seagraves, W.A. and Hogness, D.S. (1990). The E75 ecdysone-inducible gene responsible for the 75B early puff in Drosophila encodes two new members of the steroid receptor superfamily. Genes & Develop. 4, 204-219.

77. Burtis, K.C., Thummel, C.S., Jones, C.W., Karim, F.D. and Hogness, D.S. (1990). The Drosophila 74EF Early Puff Contains E74, a Complex Ecdysone-Inducible Gene That Encodes Two ets- related Proteins. Cell, 61, 85-99.

78. Paro, Renato and Hogness, David S. (1991). The Polycomb protein shares a homologous domain with a heterochromatin-associated protein of Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 88, 263-267.

79. Gavis, E.R. and Hogness, David S. (1991). Phosphorylation, expression, and function of the Ultrabithorax protein family in Drosophila Melanogaster. Development 112/4, 1077-1093.

80. Koelle, M.R., Talbot, W.S., Segraves, W.A., Bender, M.T., Cherbas, P. and Hogness, D.S.
(1991). A Drosophila Ecdysone Receptor, EcR, is a New Member of the Steroid Receptor
Superfamily. Cell 67, 59-77.

81. Lopez, J. and Hogness, D.S. (1991). Immunochemical dissection of the Ultrabithorax
homeoprotein family in Drosophila melanogaster. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 88, 9924-9928.

82. Koelle, M.R., Segraves, W.A. and Hogness, D.S. (1992). DHR3: A new Drosophila steroid
receptor homolog. Proc Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 89, 6167-71.

83. Irvine, K.D., Botas, J., Jha, S., Mann, R.S., and Hogness, D.S. (1993). Negative Autoregulation
by Ultrabithorax Controls the Level and Pattern of Its Expression. Development, 117, 387-99.

84. Talbot, W.S., Swyryd, E.A. and Hogness, D.S. (1993). Drosophila tissues with different metamorphic responses to ecdysone express different ecdysone receptor isoforms. Cell 73, 1323-1337.

85. Robinow, S. Talbot, W.S., Hogness, D.S., Turman, J.W. (1993). Programmed cell death in the Drosophila CNS is ecdysone-regulated and coupled with a specific ecdysone receptor isoform. Development, 119, 1251-1259.

86. Truman, W.J., Talbot, W.S., Fahrbach, S.E., Hogness, D.S. (1994). Ecdysone receptor
expression in the CNS correlates with stage-specific responses to ecdysteroids during Drosophila
and Manduca development. Development, 120, 219-234.

87. Fletcher, J.C., Burtis, K.C., Hogness, D.S. and Thummel, C.S. (1995). The Drosophila E74
gene is required for metamorphosis and plays a role in the polytene chromosome puffing response
to ecdysone. Development, 121, 1455-1465.

88. Feinstein, P.G., Kornfeld, K., Hogness, D.S. and Mann, R.S. (1995). Identification of homeotic target genes in Drosophila melanogaster including nervy, a proto-oncogene homologue. Genetics
140, 573-586.

89. Gibson, G. and Hogness, D.S. (1996). Effect of polymorphism in the Drosophila regulatory
gene Ultrabithorax on homeotic stability. Science, 271, 200-203.

90. White, K.P., Hurban, P., Watanabe, T., and Hogness, D.S. (1997). Coordination of Drosophila Metamorphosis by Two Ecdysone-induced Nuclear Receptors. Science, 276, 114-117.

91. Bender, M. Imam, F.B., Talbot, W.S., Ganetzky, B. and Hogness, D.S. (1997). Drosophila ecdysone receptor mutations reveal functional differences among receptor isoforms. Cell 91, 777-788.

92. White, K.P., Rifkin, S.A., Hurban, P. and Hogness, D.S. (1999). Microarray Analysis of Drosophila Development During Metamorphosis. Science 286, 2179-2184.

93. Arbeitman, M., Hogness, D.S. (2000). Molecular Chaperones, Activate the Drosophila Ecdysone Receptor, and RXR Heterodimer. Cell 101, 67-77.

94. Stowers, S.R., Garza, D., Rascle, A., Hogness, D.S. (2000). The L63 Gene is Necessary for the Ecdysone-Induced 63E Late Puff and Encodes CDK Proetiens Required for Drosophila Development. Developmental Biology 221, 23-40.