Bryan Andrews

Bryan_Andrews@bcit.ca

education


Master of Science (2006)
Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC

Bachelor of Science (1998)
Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Major: Biochemistry
Minor: Biological Sciences
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC

publications


Lee, W., Andrews, B.C., Faust, M. , Walldorf, U., and Verheyen, E.M. (2009) Hipk is an essential protein that promotes Notch signal transduction in the Drosophila eye by inhibition of the global co-repressor Groucho. Developmental Biology 325, 263-272.

Andrews, B.C. (2006) pinguid, the Drosophila homolog of Huntingtin Interacting Protein 14, encodes an essential protein involved in TGF[beta] signaling. M.Sc. Thesis.

MacLean, S.J., Andrews, B.C., and Verheyen, E.M. (2002) Characterization of Dir: a putative potassium inward rectifying channel in Drosophila. Mechanisms of Development 116, 193-197.

Verheyen, E.M., Mirkovic, I., MacLean, S.J., Langmann, C., Andrews, B.C., and MacKinnon, C. (2001) The tissue polarity gene nemo carries out multiple roles in patterning during Drosophila development. Mechanisms of Development 101, 119-132.

Verheyen, E.M., Mirkovic, I., MacLean, S.J., Andrews, B.C., Bessette, D.C., MacKinnon, C., and Ursuliak, Z. The tissue polarity gene nemo plays roles during development and participates in Wg and Fz signaling. Slide Session at the 41st Annual Drosophila Research Conference (Pittsburgh, PA; March 2000)