Hazel L. Sive, Bruce W. Draper, Richard M. Harland and Harold Weintraub. (1990). Identification of a retinoic acid sensitive period during primary axis formation in Xenopus laevis. Genes and Development 4, 932-942.
Brad Windel, Bruce W. Draper, Yuxin Yin, Stephen O'Gorman and Geoffrey M. Wahl. (1991). A central role for chromosome breakage in gene amplification, deletion and amplicon integration. Genes and Development 5, 160-174.
Lihsia Chen, Michael Krause, Bruce Draper, Harold Weintraub and Andrew Fire. (1992). Body-wall muscle formation in Caenorhabditis elegans embryos that lack the MyoD homolog hlh-1. Science 256, 240-243.
Craig C. Mello, Bruce W. Draper, Michael Krause, Harold Weintraub and James R. Priess. (1992). The pie-1 and mex-1 genes and the maternal control of blastomere identity in early C. elegans embryos. Cell 70 163-176.
Bruce A. Bowerman, Bruce W. Draper, Craig C. Mello, James R. Priess. (1993). The maternal gene skn-1 encodes a protein that is distributed unequally in early C. elegans embryos. Cell 74, 443-452.
Craig C. Mello, Bruce W. Draper, James R.Priess. (1994). The maternal genes apx-1 and glp-1 and establishment of dorsal-ventral polarity in the early C. elegans embryo. Cell 77, 95-106.
Ruth E. Kelly, Margaret L. DeRose, Bruce W. Draper and Geoffrey M. Wahl. (1995). Identification of an origin of bi-directional DNA replication in the ubiquitously expressed mammalian CAD gene. Mol. Cell. Biol. 15, 4136-4148.
Craig C. Mello, Charlotte Schubert, Bruce Draper, Wei Zhang, Robert Lobel, and James R. Priess (1996). A maternally encoded protein required for germ-cell fate in C. elegans. Nature 382, 710-712.
Jennifer L. Watts, Bijan Etemad-Moghadam, Bruce W. Draper, Craig C. Mello, James R. Priess, and Kenneth J. Kemphues (1996). par-6, a new gene involved in the establishment of asymmetry in early C. elegans embryos, acts by mediating the asymmetric localization of PAR-3. Development 122, 3133-3140.
Bruce W. Draper, Craig C. Mello, Bruce Bowerman, Jeff Hardin, and James R. Priess (1996). MEX-3 is a KH domain protein that regulates blastomere identity in the early C. elegans embryos. Cell 87, 205-216.
Michael Costa, Bruce W. Draper, and James R. Priess (1997). The role of actin microfilaments in patterning the C. elegans cuticle. Devel. Biol. 184, 373-384.