||Johnson LA, Zhao Y, Golden K, Barolo S (2008). Reverse-engineering a transcriptional enhancer: a case study in Drosophila.
Tissue Engineering 14(9): 1549-1559.
Liu YI, Chang MV, Barolo S, Blauwkamp T, Cadigan KM (2008). The chromatin remodelers ISWI and ACF1 directly repress Wingless transcriptional targets.
Developmental Biology 323(1):41-52.
Chang JL, Chang MV, Barolo S, Cadigan KM (2008). Regulation of the feedback antagonist naked cuticle by Wingless signaling.
Developmental Biology 321(2): 446-454.
Swanson CI, Hinrichs T, Johnson LA, Zhao Y, Barolo S (2008). A directional recombination cloning system for restriction- and ligation-free construction of GFP, DsRed, and lacZ transgenic Drosophila reporters. Gene 408: 180-186.
Tsai Y, Yao J, Chen P, Posakony JW, Barolo S, Kim J, Sun YH. Upd/Jak/STAT signaling represses wg transcription to allow initiation of morphogenetic furrow in Drosophila eye development. Developmental Biology 2007; 306: 760-771.
Barolo S. Transgenic Wnt/TCF reporters: All you need is Lef?
Oncogene 2006; 25: 7505-7511.
Castro B, Barolo S, Bailey AM, Posakony JW (2005). Lateral inhibition in proneural clusters: Cis-regulatory logic and default repression by Suppressor of Hairless.
Development 132(15): 3333-3344.
Barolo S, Castro B, Posakony JW (2004). New Drosophila transgenic reporters: Insulated P element vectors expressing fast-maturing RFP.
BioTechniques 36: 436-449. [featured on cover]
Barolo S, Stone T, Bang AG, Posakony JW (2002). Default repression and Notch signaling: Hairless acts as an adaptor to recruit the corepressors Groucho and CtBP to Suppressor of Hairless.
Genes & Development 16: 1964–1976.
Barolo S, Posakony JW (2002). Three habits of highly effective signaling pathways: Principles of transcriptional control by developmental cell signaling.
Genes & Development 16: 1167-1181.
Barolo S, Walker RG, Polyanovsky A, Freschi G, Keil T, Posakony JW (2000). A Notch-independent activity of Suppressor of Hairless is required for normal mechanoreceptor physiology.
Cell 103: 957-969. [featured on cover]
||Gene regulation: When analog beats digital.
David S. Lorberbaum & Scott Barolo
Current Biology 23: R1054-1056 (2013).
Low-affinity transcription factor binding sites shape morphogen responses and enhancer evolution.
Andrea I. Ramos & Scott Barolo
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, theme issue on “Molecular and Functional Evolution of Transcriptional Enhancers,” 368: 20130018 (2013).
Evolution of gene regulation: Hybrid networks breed diversity.
Andrea I. Ramos & Scott Barolo
Current Biology 22(23): R1009–1011 (2012).
A thermodynamic model of spatially restricted gene expression in opposing gradients of activators and repressors.
Michael A. White, David S. Parker, Scott Barolo, & Barak A. Cohen
Molecular Systems Biology 8, 614 (2012).
-Recommended Article at F1000Prime.
Shadow enhancers: frequently asked questions about distributed cis-regulatory information and enhancer redundancy.
BioEssays 34(2), 135-141 (2012).
Sparkling insights into enhancer structure, function, and evolution.
Nicole C. Evans, Christina I. Swanson, & Scott Barolo
Current Topics in Developmental Biology 98, 97-120 (2012).
Rapid evolutionary rewiring of a structurally constrained eye enhancer.
Christina I. Swanson, David B. Schwimmer, & Scott Barolo
Current Biology 21(14), 1186-1196 (2011). [cover image]
-Featured in a Dispatch in Current Biology, 26 June 2011.
The cis-regulatory logic of Hedgehog gradient responses: Key roles for Gli binding affinity, competition, and cooperativity.
David S. Parker, Michael A. White, Andrea I. Ramos, Barak A. Cohen, & Scott Barolo
Science Signaling 4(176), ra38 (2011). [cover image]
-Featured in a "Perspective" in Science Signaling, 7 June 2011.
Using the game of Mastermind to teach, practice, and discuss scientific reasoning skills.
Amy R. Strom & Scott Barolo
PLoS Biology 9(1), e1000578 (2011).
-Selected as an "Editors' Pick" by PLoS Biology, 18 Jan 2011.
Structural rules and complex regulatory circuitry constrain expression of a Notch- and EGFR-regulated eye enhancer.
Christina I. Swanson, Nicole C. Evans, & Scott Barolo
Developmental Cell 18(3), 359-370 (2010).
-Selected as a "Must Read" by Faculty of 1000 Biology.
-Selected as a Science Editors' Choice, 16 April 2010.