Selected Publications

Test alt

Amanda A. Amodeo

Wilky H, Syed S, Raimundo J, Lim B*, and Amodeo AA. 2020. The nuclear to  cytoplasmic ratio directly regulates zygotic transcription in DrosophilaBioRxiv (doi: 10.1101/766881).

Chari S, Wilky H, Govindan J, and Amodeo AA. 2019. Histone concentration regulates the cell cycle and transcription at the mid-blastula transition. Development.

Shindo Y and Amodeo AA. 2019. Dynamics of free and chromatin-bound Histone H3 during early embryogenesis. Current Biology.

Amodeo AA & Skotheim JS. 2015. Cell size control. In: Heald R, Wake D, and Hariharan I, editors. Size Control in Biology, from Organelles to Organisms. New York: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.

Amodeo AA, Jukam D, Straight AF, and Skotheim JM. 2015. Histone titration by DNA sets the threshold for the mid-blastula transition in Xenopus. PNAS.

+ View more

Matthew P. Ayres

Ayres, M. P., M. J. Lombardero. 2018. Forest pests and their management in the Anthropocene. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48:292-301.

Valtonen, A., A. Hirka, L. Szocs, M. P. Ayres, H. Roininen, and G. Csoka. 2017. Long-term species loss and homogenization of moth communities in Central Europe. Journal of Animal Ecology 86:730-738. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12687

Lovett, Gary M., Marissa Weiss, Andrew M. Liebhold, Thomas P. Holmes, Brian Leung, Kathy-Fallon Lambert, David A. Orwig, Faith T. Campbell, Jonathan Rosenthal,Deborah G. McCullough, Radka Wildova, Matthew P. Ayres, Charles D. Canham, David R. Foster, Shannon L. LaDeau, Troy Weldy. 2016. Nonnative forest insects and pathogens in the United States: impacts and policy options. Ecological Applications 26: 1437-1455, doi: 10.1890/15-1176.1

Valtonen, Anu, Reima Leinonen, Juha Pöyry, Heikki Roininen, Jukka Tuomela, and Matthew P. Ayres. 2014. Is climate warming more consequential towards poles? The phenology of Lepidoptera in Finland. Global Change Biology 20:16-27

Lombardero, Maria J., Matthew P. Ayres, Flora E. Krivak-Tetley, and Katrin N.E. Fitza. 2016. Population biology of the European woodwasp, Sirex noctilio, in Galicia, Spain. Bulletin of Entomological Research 106: 569-580.

Culler, Lauren E., Matthew P. Ayres, and Ross A. Virginia. 2015. In a warmer Arctic, mosquitoes avoid increased mortality from predators by growing faster. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20151549.

Symes, Laurel. B. , Nancy Serrell, and M. P. Ayres. 2015. A practical guide for mentoring scientific inquiry. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 96(2): 352-367.

Weed, Aaron S., M.P. Ayres, and Jeffrey A. Hicke. 2013. Consequences of climate change for biotic disturbances in North American forests. Ecological Monographs 83:441–470.

Martinson, S. J., T. Ylioja, B. T. Sullivan, R. F. Billings, and M. P. Ayres. 2013. Alternate attractors in the population dynamics of a tree-killing bark beetle. Population Ecology 55:95-106.

Valtonen, A., F. Molleman, C.A. Chapman, J.R. Carey, M.P. Ayres, and H. Roininen. 2013. Tropical phenology: bi-annual rhythms and interannual variation in an Afrotropical butterfly assemblage. Ecography, in press.

Marini, L., M. P. Ayres, A. Battisti, and M. Faccoli. 2012. Climate affects severity and altitudinal distribution of outbreaks in an eruptive bark beetle. Climatic Change 115:327-341.

Shi, Peijan, Bo Wang, MP Ayres, Feng Gea, Ling Zhong, and Bai-Lian Li. 2012. Influence of temperature on the northern distribution limits of Scirpophaga incertulas Walker (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in China. Journal of Thermal Biology 37:130-137.

Garnas, JR., DR Houston, MP Ayres, and C. Evans. 2011. Disease ontogeny overshadows effects of climate and species interactions on population dynamics in a nonnative forest disease complex. Ecography 34: 1-10.

Stange, E. E., M. P. Ayres, and J. A. Bess. 2011. Concordant population dynamics of Lepidoptera herbivores in a forest ecosystem. Ecography 34: 772-779

Garnas, JR., MP Ayres, AM Liebhold, and C Evans. 2011. Subcontinental impacts of an invasive tree disease on forest structure and dynamics. Journal of Ecology 99: 532-541.

Stange, E. E., M. P. Ayres, and J. A. Bess. 2011. Concordant population dynamics of Lepidoptera herbivores in a forest ecosystem. Ecography 34: 772-779

Valtonen, A, MP Ayres, H Roininen, J Pöyry and R Leinonen. 2011. Environmental controls on the phenology of moths - predicting plasticity and constraint under climate change. Oecologia 165: 237-248.

Seppälä, R., A. Buck, and P. Katila. (eds.). 2009. Adaptation of Forests and People to Climate Change: A Global Assessment Report. International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Helsinki. IUFRO World Series Volume 22. 224 p.

Lombardero, M.J., P. Vázquez-Mejuto, and M.P. Ayres. 2008. Role of plant enemies in the forestry of indigenous versus nonindigenous pines. Ecological Applications 18: 1171-1181.

Martinson, S.J., R.W. Hofstetter, and M.P.Ayres. 2007. Why does longleaf pine have low susceptibility to southern pine beetle? Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 1966–1977.

Friedenberg, N.A., J.A. Powell and M.P. Ayres. 2007 Synchrony's double edge: transient dynamics and the Allee effect in stage-structured populations. Ecology Letters 10: 564–573.

Tran , J.K., T. Ylioja, R. Billings, J. Régnière, and M.P. Ayres. 2007. Impact of minimum winter temperatures on the population dynamics of Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera: Scolytinae)  Ecological Applications 17: 882-899.

Reynolds, L.V., M.P. Ayres, T.G. Siccama, and R.T. Holmes. 2007. Climatic effects on caterpillar fluctuations in northern hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 481-491

Hofstetter, R.W., J.T. Cronin, K.D. Klepzig, J.C. Moser, and M.P. Ayres. 2006. Antagonisms, mutualisms and commensalisms affect outbreak dynamics of the southern pine beetle. Oecologia 147: 679-691.

Lombardero, M.J., M. P. Ayres, R. W. Hofstetter, J.C. Moser, and K.D. Klepzig. 2003. Strong indirect interactions of Tarsonemus mites (Acarina, Tarsonemidae) and Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera:Scolytidae).Oikos 102: 243-252.

Lombardero, M.J., M.P. Ayres, P.L. Lorio, Jr., and J.J. Ruel. 2000. Environmental effects on constitutive and inducible resin defenses of loblolly pine.Ecology Letters 3:329-339.

Ayres, M.P., Wilkens, R.T., Ruel, J.J., M.J. Lombardero, and E. Vallery. 2000. Nitrogen budgets of phloem-feeding bark beetles with and without symbiotic fungi (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).Ecology 81:2198-2210.

Ruel, J. J., and M.P. Ayres. 1999. Jensen's inequality predicts effects of environmental variation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14:361-366.

Ayres, M. P., T. P. Clausen, S. F. MacLean, Jr., A. M. Redman, and P. B. Reichardt. 1997. Diversity of structure and anti-herbivore activity in condensed tannins.Ecology 78: 1696-1712.

Ayres, M.P., and J.M. Scriber. 1994. Local adaptation to regional climates in Papilio canadensis (Lepidoptera:Papilionidae).Ecological Monographs 64: 465-482.

Schamel, D., and M. P. Ayres. 1992. The "minds-on" approach: student creativity and personal involvement in the undergraduate science laboratory. Journal of College Science Teaching 21:226-229.

Ayres, M.P. and S.F. MacLean, Jr. 1987. Development of birch leaves and the growth energetics of Epirrita autumnata (Geometridae).Ecology 68:558-568.

+ View more
magdalena bezanilla

Magdalena Bezanilla

Please visit the following PubMed link for a list of publication: 


Sharon E. Bickel

Perkins, A.T. and Bickel, S.E.. (2017) Using Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) to Monitor the State of Arm Cohesion in Prometaphase and Metaphase I Drosophila Oocytes .J Vis Exp. Dec 6;(130). doi:10.3791/56802. PMID:29286418         Link to Video

Perkins, A.T., Das, T.M., Panzera, L.C. and Bickel, S.E.  (2016) Oxidative stress in oocytes during midprophase induces premature loss of cohesion and chromosome segregation errors.  PNAS: doi: 10.1073/pnas.1612047113.

Giauque, C.C. and Bickel, SE. (2016)  Heterochromatin-Associated Proteins HP1a and Piwi Collaborate to Maintain the Association of Achiasmate Homologs in Drosophila Oocytes. Genetics.: May;203(1):173-89. doi: 10.1534/genetics.115.186460.

Weng, K.A., Jeffreys, C.A. and Bickel, S.E. (2014).  Rejuvenation of meiotic cohesion in oocytes during prophase I is required for chiasma maintenance and accurate chromosome segregationPLoS Genet.: Sep 11;10(9):

Subramanian, V.V. and Bickel, S.E. (2009) Heterochromatin-mediated association of achiasmate homologues declines with age when cohesion is compromised. Genetics.: 181:1207-1218.

Subramanian, V.V. and Bickel, S.E. (2008) Aging predisposes oocytes to meiotic nondisjunction when the cohesin subunit Smc1 is reduced. PLoS Genet.: Nov;4(11):e1000263. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1000263.

Page, S.L., Khetani, R.S.,Lake, C.M., Nielsen, R.J., Jeffress J.K., Bickel, S.E., and Hawley, R.S. (2008) corona is required for higher-order assembly of transverse filaments into full-length synaptonemal complex in Drosophila oocytes . PLoS Genet.: 4(9): e1000194. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1000194.

Gause, M., Webber, H., Misulovin, Z., Haller, G., Rollins, R.A., Eissenberg, J.C., Bickel, S.E. and Dorsett, D. (2008) Functional links between Drosophila Nipped-B and cohesin in somatic and meiotic cells. Chromosoma: 17:51-66

Khetani, R. and Bickel, S.E. (2007) Regulation of cohesion and chromosome core morphogenesis during pachytene in Drosophila oocytes. Journal of Cell Science: 120: 3123-3137.

Bickel, S E, “Aging (Not So) Gracefully,” Nature Genetics: 37 (2005) 1303-1304.

Webber, H., Howard, L. and Bickel S.E. (2004) The cohesion protein ORD is required for homolog bias during meiotic recombination. Journal of Cell Biology: 164:819-829.

Balicky, E.M., Young, L., Orr-Weaver, T.L. and Bickel, S.E. (2004) A proposed role for the Polycomb Group protein dRING in meiotic sister-chromatid cohesion. Chromosoma: 112:231-239.

Jeffreys, C.A, Burrage, P.S, and Bickel, S.E. (2003) A model system for increased meiotic nondisjunction in older oocytes. Current Biology 13:498-503.

Balicky, E.M., Endres, M.W. Lai, C, and Bickel, S.E. (2002) Meiotic cohesion requires accumulation of ORD on chromosomes prior to condensation. Mol. Biol. Cell: 21:3890-3900.

Bickel, S.E., Orr-Weaver, T.L. and Balicky, E.M. (2002) The sister-chromatid cohesion protein ORD is required for chiasma maintenance in Drosophila oocytes. Current Biology: 12:925-929.

+ View more
Douglas T. Bolger

Douglas Thomas Bolger

Morrison, T.A., and D.T. Bolger. 2014. Connectivity and bottlenecks in a migratory wildebeest population. Oryx.

Morrison, T.A., and D.T. Bolger. 2012. Seasonal range fidelity in a tropical migratory ungulate. Journal of Animal Ecology. 81: 543-552.

Bolger, D.T., T.A. Morrison, B. Vance, D. Lee, & H. Farid. 2012. A computer-assisted system for photographic mark–recapture analysis. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 3:813-822.

Morrison, T.A., J. Yoshizaki, J.D. Nichols, D.T. Bolger. 2011. Estimating survival in photographic capture-recapture studies: overcoming misidentification error. In press, Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Wolkovich, E.M., D. Lipson, R.A. Virginia, K. Cottingham, and D.T. Bolger. 2009. Grass invasion causes rapid increases in ecosystem carbon and nitrogen storage in a semi-arid shrubland. Global Change Biology. 16: 1351–1365.

Bolger, D.T., W.D. Newmark, T.A. Morrison and D.F. Doak. 2008. The need for integrative approaches to understand and conserve migratory ungulates. Ecology Letters, 11: 63-77.

Bolger, D.T. 2007. Spatial and temporal variation in the Argentine ant edge effect: Implications for the mechanism of edge limitation. Biological Conservation, 136:295-305.

Bolger, D T, M A Patten, and D C Bostock, “Avian Reproductive Failure in Response to an Extreme Climatic Event,” Oecologia 142:3 (January 2005) 398-406.

Lowe W.H., K.H. Nislow, and D.T. Bolger, 2004. Stage-specific and interactive effects of sedimentation and trout on a headwater stream salamander. Ecological Applications 14: 164-172.

Crooks, K., A. Suarez, and D.T. Bolger, 2004. Avian assemblages along a gradient of urbanization in a highly fragmented landscape. Biological Conservation 115: 451-462.

Patten, M.A. and D.T. Bolger. 2003. Variation in Top-down Control of Avian Reproductive Success Across a Fragmentation Gradient. Oikos 101:479-488.

Bolger, D.T. 2002. Fragmentation effects on birds in southern California: Contrast to the top-down paradigm. Studies in Avian Biology 25:141-157.

+ View more
Ryan Calsbeek

Ryan Calsbeek

Calsbeek, R. and Careau V. 2019 Survival of the fastest: tradeoffs structure the multivariate optimization of performance phenotypes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise

Logan, M.L., Duryea, M.C., Molnar, O.R.,  Kessler, B., and Calsbeek, R. Spatial variation in climate mediates gene flow across an island archipelago. Evolution  10: 2395-2403

Calsbeek, R., Duryea, M.C., Goedert, D., Bergeron, P., and Cox, R.M. 2015 Intralocus sexual conflict, adaptive sex allocation, and the heritability of fitness. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 1975-1985.

Calsbeek, R., and Kuchta S.R. 2011 Predator mediated selection and impact of developmental stage on viability in wood frog tadpoles (Rana sylvatica). BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 353-364.

Calsbeek, R., and Cox, R.M. 2010 Experimentally assessing the relative importance of predation and competition as agents of natural selection. Nature 465: 613-616.

+ View more
celia chen

Celia Y. Chen

Please visit the following PubMed link for a list of publications:

Dijkstra, J.A., K.L. Buckman, D. Ward, D.W. Evans, M. Dionne, C.Y. Chen. 2013. Experimental and natural warming elevates mercury concentrations in estuarine fish. PLOS ONE  8(3)e58401.

Schartup, A.T., R.P. Mason, P.H. Balcolm, T.A. Hollweg, C.Y. Chen. 2013. Methylmercury production in pristine and anthropogenically impacted sediments. Environmental Science and Technology  2013; 47:695-700. (PMCID in process)

Chen, C.Y., Driscoll, C.T., Lambert, K.F., Mason, R.P., Rardin, L.R., Schmitt, C.V., Serrell, N.S., and Sunderland, E.M. Sources to Seafood: Mercury Pollution in the Marine Environment. Hanover, NH: Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program, Dartmouth College 2012.

Driscoll, C.T., Chen, C.Y., Hammerschmidt, C.R., Mason, R.P., Gilmour, C.C., Sunderland, E.M., Greenfield, B.K., Buckman, K.L., Lamborg, C. H. 2012. Nutrient supply and mercury dynamics in marine ecosystems: A conceptual model. Environmental Research 119: 118-131.

Chen, C.Y., Driscoll, C.T., Lambert, K.F., Mason, R.P., Rardin, L.R., Serrell, N.S., and Sunderland, E.M.  2012. Marine mercury fate: From sources to seafood consumers. Environmental Research 119:1-2.

Glaholt, S.T., Chen, C.Y., Demidenko, E., Bugge, D.M., Folt, C. L., Shaw, J.R. 2012. Adaptive iterative design (AID): A novel approach for evaluating the effects of multiple stressor on aquatic organisms. Science of the Total Environment 432: 57-64. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.05.074

Jackson, B.P., Bugge, D., Ranville, J.F., Chen, C.Y. 2012. Bioavailability toxicity, and Bioaccumulation of quantum dot nanoparticles to the amphipod Leptocheirus plumulosus. Environmental Science and Technology 46: 5550-5556.

Sunderland, E., Amirbahman, A., Burgess, N.M., Dalziel, J., Harding, G., Jones, S.H., Kamai, E., Karagas, M.R., Shi, X., Chen, C.Y. 2012. Mercury sources and fate in the Gulf of Maine. Environmental Research 119:27-41.

Brooks, R.T., Eggert, S.L., Nislow, K.H., Kolka, R.K., Chen, C.Y., Ward, D.M. 2012. Preliminary assessment of mercury accumulation in Massachusetts and Minnesota seasonal forest pools. Wetlands 32: 653-663. DOI 10.1007/s13157-012-0298-4.

Ward, D.M., Mayes, B, Sturup, S. Folt, C.L., Chen, C.Y. 2012. Assessing element-specific patterns of bioaccumulation across New England lakes. Science of the Total Environment 421-422: 230-237.

Chen, C.Y., Driscoll, C.T., Kamman, N.C. Mercury Hotspots in Freshwater Ecosystems: Drivers, Processes, and Patterns. 2012. In: Mercury in the Environment: Pattern and Process, (ed.) M. Bank, University of California Press, pp. 143-166.

Chen, C., Kamman, N., Williams, J., Bugge, D., Taylor, V., Jackson, B., Miller, E. 2012. Spatial and temporal variation in mercury bioaccumulation by zooplankton in Lake Champlain. Environmental Pollution 161: 343-349.

Miller, E.K., Chen, C., Kamman, N., Shanley, J., Chalmers, A., Jackson, B., Taylor, V., Smeltzer, E., Stangel, P., Shambaugh, A. 2011. Mercury in the pelagic food web of Lake Champlain. Ecotoxicology (in press) DOI 10.1007/s10646-011-0829-4.

Fisher, N.S. and Chen, C.Y. 2011. Interdisciplinary approaches for addressing marine contamination issues. Environmental Conservation 38: 187-198.

Williams, J.J., J. Dutton, C.Y. Chen, N.S. Fisher. 2010. Metal (As, Cd, Hg, and CH3Hg) bioaccumulation from water and food by the benthic amphipod Leptocheirus plumulosus. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 29: 1755-1761.

Ward, D.M., K.H. Nislow, C.Y. Chen, and C.L. Folt. 2010. Reduced trace element concentrations in fast-growing juvenile Atlantic salmon in natural streams. Environ. Sci. Techol. 44: 3245-3251.

Ward, D.M., K.H. Nislow, C.Y. Chen, and C.L. Folt. 2009. Rapid, efficient growth reduces mercury concentrations in stream-dwelling Atlantic salmon. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 139:1-10. DOI: 10.1577/T09-032.1.

Chen, C.Y. 2009. China’s mercury problem: A sleeping giant? Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. China Environment Series 2008/9 10:57-62.

Chen, C., Dionne, M., Mayes, B., Ward, D., Sturup, S., Jackson, B. 2009. Mercury bioavailability and bioaccumulation in estuarine food webs in the Gulf of Maine. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43: 1804-1810. DOI: 10.1021/es8017122.

Evers, D.C., Mason, R.P., Kamman, N.C., Chen, C.Y., Bogomolni, A.L., Taylor, D.L., Hammerschmidt, C.R., Jones, S.H., Burgess, N.M., Munney, K. Parson, K.C. 2008. An integrated mercury monitoring program for temperate estuarine and marine ecosystems on the North American Atlantic Coast. Ecohealth 5: 426-441. DOI: 10.1007/s10393-008-0205-x

Chen, C., Amirbahman, A., Fisher, N., Harding, G., Lamborg, C., Nacci, D., Taylor, D. 2008. Methylmercury in marine ecosystems: spatial patterns and processes of production, bioaccumulation, and biomagnification. Ecohealth 5: 399-408. DOI: 10.1007/s10393-008-0201-1.

Chen, C.Y., Serrell, N., Evers, D.C., Fleishman, B.J., Lambert, K.F., Weiss, J., Mason, R.P., Bank, M.S.  2008. Methylmercury in marine ecosystems: From sources to seafood consumers – A workshop report.  Environ. Health Perspectives 116: 1706-1712. DOI:10.1289/ehp.1121.

Chen, C.Y., Hathaway, K.M., Thompson, D.G., Folt, C.L. 2008. Multiple stressor effects of Release, pH, and food on the zooplankton, Simocephalus vetulus and larval amphibian, Rana pipiens. Ecotoxicol. and Environ. Safety 71: 209-218.

Chen, C.Y., Pickhardt, P.C., Xu, M.Q., Folt, C.L. 2008.  Mercury and arsenic bioaccumulation and eutrophication in Baiyandian Lake, China. Water, Air, Soil Poll. DOI 10.1007/s11270-007-9585-8.

Karimi, R., Chen C.Y., Fisher N.S., Pickhardt P.C., Folt C.L. 2007. Stoichiometric controls of mercury dilution by growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:7477-7482.

Evers, D.C., Han, Y.J., Driscoll, C.T., Kamman, N.C., Goodale, M.W., Lambert, K.F., Holsen, T.M., Chen, C.Y., Clair, T.A., Butler, T. 2007. Identification and evaluation of biological hotspots of mercury in the Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada. Bioscience 57:29-43.

Driscoll, C.T., Han, Y.J., Chen, C.Y., Evers, D.C., Lambert, K.F., Holsen, T., Kamman, N.C., Munson, R. 2007. Mercury contamination in remote forest and aquatic ecosystems in the Northeastern U.S.: sources, transformations and management options. Bioscience 57:17-28.

Chen, C.Y., Stemberger, R.S., Kamman, N.C., Mayes, B.,M.,  Folt, C.L. 2005. Patterns of Hg bioaccumulation and transfer in aquatic food webs across multi-lake studies in the Northeast US. Ecotoxicology 14:135-147.

Chen, C.Y., Folt, C.L. 2005. High plankton biomass reduces mercury biomagnification. Environ. Sci. Technol. 39: 115-121.

Pickhardt, P.C., Folt, C.L., Chen, C.Y., Klaue, B. and Blum, J.D.  2002.  Algal blooms reduce the uptake of methylmercury in freshwater food webs.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99: 4419-4423.

+ View more
Photograph of Kathy Cottingham by Eli Burakian, 19 November 2019

Kathryn L. Cottingham

Broadley, H.J., K.L. Cottingham, N.A. Baer, K.C. Weathers, H.A. Ewing, R. Chaves-Ulloa, A.M. Wilson, J. Chickering, J. Shrestha, and C.Y. Chen. 2019. Factors affecting MeHg bioaccumulation in stream biota: the role of dissolved organic carbon and diet. Ecotoxicology 28(8):949-963. DOI 10.1007/s10646-019-02086-2

Vacca, A.J. and K.L. Cottingham. 2019. No detectable changes in crayfish behavior due to sublethal dietary methylmercury exposure. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 182:109440.

Nachman, K.E., T Punshon, L. Rardin, A.J. Signes-Pastor, C.J. Murray, B.P. Jackson, M.L. Guerinot, T.A. Burke, C.Y. Chen, H. Ahsan, M. Argos, K.L. Cottingham, F. Cubadda, G.L. Ginsberg, B.C. Goodale, M. Kurzius-Spencer, A.A. Meharg, M.D. Miller, A.E. Nigra, C.B. Pendergrast, A. Raab, K. Reimer, T. Schwerdtle, V.F. Taylor, E.J. Tokar, T.M. Warczak, and M.R. Karagas. 2018. Opportunities and challenges for dietary arsenic intervention. Environmental Health Perspectives 126(8):084503. DOI 10.1289/EHP3997

Signes-Pastor, A.J., K.L. Cottingham, M. Carey, V. Sayarath, T. Palys, A.A. Meharg, C.L. Folt, and M.R. Karagas. 2018. Infants’ dietary arsenic exposure during transition to solid food. Scientific Reports 8(1):7114. DOI 10.1038/s41598-018-25372-1

Cottingham, K.L., S.B. Fey, K.J. Fritschie, and J.V. Trout-Haney. 2017. Advancing ecosystem science by promoting greater use of theory and multiple research approaches in graduate education. Ecosystems 20:267-273. DOI 10.1007/s10021-016-0070-3

Cubadda, F., B.P. Jackson, K.L. Cottingham, Y. Ornelas van Horne, and M. Kurzius-Spencer. 2017. Human exposure to dietary inorganic arsenic and other arsenic species: state of knowledge, gaps and uncertainties. Science of the Total Environment 579:1228-1239. DOI 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.11.108

Wilson, R.S.,  D.J. Hardisty, R.S. Epanchin-Niell, M.C. Runge, K.L. Cottingham, D.L. Urban, L.A. Maguire, A. Hastings, P.J. Mumby, and D.P.C. Peters. 2016. A typology of timescale mismatches and behavioral interventions to diagnose and solve conservation problems. Conservation Biology 30(1):42-49. DOI 10.1111/cobi.12632

Cottingham, K.L., H.A. Ewing, M.L. Greer, C.C. Carey, and K.C. Weathers. 2015. Cyanobacteria as drivers of lake nitrogen and phosphorus cycling. Ecosphere 6(1):1. Available at

+ View more
Patrick Dolph

Patrick Dolph

Roles of the Drosophila SK channel (dSK) in courtship memory. Abou Tayoun AN, Pikielny C, Dolph PJ. PLoS One. 2012;7(4):e34665. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0034665. Epub 2012 Apr 11. PMID: 22509342 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Cathepsin proteases mediate photoreceptor cell degeneration in Drosophila. Kinser RD, Dolph PJ. Neurobiol Dis. 2012 Jun;46(3):655-62. doi: 10.1016/j.nbd.2012.03.004. Epub 2012 Mar 9. PMID: 22426392[Pu bMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Gavin, B A, M J Dolph, N R Deleault, J C Geoghegan, V Khurana, M B Feany, P J Dolph, and S Supattapone, “Accelerated Accumulation of Misfolded Prion Protein and Spongiform Degeneration in a Drosophila Model of Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker Syndrome,” The Journal of Neuroscience , 26:48 (November 2006) 12408-12414.

Alternative pathway of cell death in Drosophila mediated by NF-κB transcription factor Relish. Chinchore Y, Gerber GF, Dolph PJ. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Mar 6;109(10):E605-12. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1110666109. Epub 2012 Feb 10. PMID: 22328149 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Characterization of two dominant alleles of the major rhodopsin-encoding gene ninaE in Drosophila. Mitra A, Chinchore Y, Kinser R, Dolph PJ. Mol Vis. 2011;17:3224-33. Epub 2011 Dec 14. PMID: 22194648 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

The Drosophila SK channel (dSK) contributes to photoreceptor performance by mediating sensitivity control at the first visual network. Abou Tayoun AN, Li X, Chu B, Hardie RC, Juusola M, Dolph PJ. J Neurosci. 2011 Sep 28;31(39):13897-910. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3134-11.2011. PMID: 21957252 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Cell-autonomous requirement for DNaseII in nonapoptotic cell death. Bass BP, Tanner EA, Mateos San Martín D, Blute T, Kinser RD, Dolph PJ, McCall K. Cell Death Differ. 2009 Oct;16(10):1362-71. doi: 10.1038/cdd.2009.79. Epub 2009 Jun 26. PMID: 19557011 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Accumulation of rhodopsin in late endosomes triggers photoreceptor cell degeneration. Chinchore Y, Mitra A, Dolph PJ. PLoS Genet. 2009 Feb;5(2):e1000377. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1000377. Epub 2009 Feb 13. PMID: 19214218 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


The role of carcinine in signaling at the Drosophila photoreceptor synapse. Gavin BA, Arruda SE, Dolph PJ. PLoS Genet. 2007 Dec;3(12):e206. PMID: 18069895 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


Accelerated accumulation of misfolded prion protein and spongiform degeneration in a Drosophila model of Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome. Gavin BA, Dolph MJ, Deleault NR, Geoghegan JC, Khurana V, Feany MB, Dolph PJ, Supattapone S. J Neurosci. 2006 Nov 29;26(48):12408-14. PMID: 17135402 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

An essential role for endocytosis of rhodopsin through interaction of visual arrestin with the AP-2 adaptor. Orem NR, Xia L, Dolph PJ. J Cell Sci. 2006 Aug 1;119(Pt 15):3141-8. Epub 2006 Jul 11. PMID: 16835270 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Molecular cloning of the pawn locus from Drosophila melanogaster. Arruda SE, Dolph PJ. Gene. 2003 May 22;310:169-73. PMID: 12801644 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


Post-transcriptional suppression of pathogenic prion protein expression in Drosophila neurons. Deleault NR, Dolph PJ, Feany MB, Cook ME, Nishina K, Harris DA, Supattapone S. J Neurochem. 2003 Jun;85(6):1614-23. PMID: 12787080

Epitope masking of rhabdomeric rhodopsin during endocytosis-induced retinal degeneration. Orem NR, Dolph PJ. Mol Vis. 2002 Dec 2;8:455-61. PMID: 12486400

Arrestin: roles in the life and death of retinal neurons. Dolph PJ. Neuroscientist. 2002 Aug;8(4):347-55. Review. PMID: 12194503

Orem, N R, and P J Dolph, “Loss of the Phospholipase C Gene Product Induces Massive Endocytosis of Rhodopsin and Arrestin in Drosophila Photoreceptors,” Vision Research , 42:4 (February 2002) 497-505.

The formation of stable rhodopsin-arrestin complexes induces apoptosis and photoreceptor cell degeneration. Alloway PG, Howard L, Dolph PJ. Neuron. 2000 Oct;28(1):129-38. PMID: 11086989

A role for the light-dependent phosphorylation of visual arrestin. Alloway PG, Dolph PJ. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 May 25;96(11):6072-7. PMID: 10339543

An eye-specific G beta subunit essential for termination of the phototransduction cascade. Dolph PJ, Man-Son-Hing H, Yarfitz S, Colley NJ, Deer JR, Spencer M, Hurley JB, Zuker CS. Nature. 1994 Jul 7;370(6484):59-61. PMID: 8015606

Arrestin function in inactivation of G protein-coupled receptor rhodopsin in vivo. Dolph PJ, Ranganathan R, Colley NJ, Hardy RW, Socolich M, Zuker CS. Science. 1993 Jun 25;260(5116):1910-6. PMID: 8316831

olation of a novel visual-system-specific arrestin: an in vivo substrate for light-dependent phosphorylation. LeVine H 3rd, Smith DP, Whitney M, Malicki DM, Dolph PJ, Smith GF, Burkhart W, Zuker CS. Mech Dev. 1990 Dec;33(1):19-25. PMID: 2129011

Translation by the adenovirus tripartite leader: elements which determine independence from cap-binding protein complex. Dolph PJ, Huang JT, Schneider RJ. J Virol. 1990 Jun;64(6):2669-77. Erratum in: J Virol 1990 Aug;64(8):4042. PMID: 1692346


Secondary structure analysis of adenovirus tripartite leader. Zhang Y, Dolph PJ, Schneider RJ. J Biol Chem. 1989 Jun 25;264(18):10679-84. PMID: 2732243

The adenovirus tripartite leader may eliminate the requirement for cap-binding protein complex during translation initiation. Dolph PJ, Racaniello V, Villamarin A, Palladino F, Schneider RJ. J Virol. 1988 Jun;62(6):2059-66. PMID: 2835510

Characterization of a gene cluster for exopolysaccharide biosynthesis and virulence in Erwinia stewartii. Dolph PJ, Majerczak DR, Coplin DL. J Bacteriol. 1988 Feb;170(2):865-71. PMID: 2828330

+ View more
Nathaniel J. Dominy

Nathaniel J. Dominy


Butler EE, Dominy NJ (2020). Peer review at the Ministry of Silly Walks. Gait & Posture (doi: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2020.02.019)

Mann AE, Mazel F, Lemay MA, Morien E, Billy V, Kowalewski M, Di Fiore A, Link A, Goldberg TL, Tecot S, Baden AL, Gomez A, Sauther ML, Cuozzo FP, Rice GAO, Dominy NJ, Stumpf R, Lewis RJ, Swedell L, Amato K, Parfrey LW (2020). Biodiversity of protists and nematodes in the wild nonhuman primate gut. The ISME Journal 14:609-622. (doi: 10.1038/s41396-019-0551-4)

Dominy NJ, Calsbeek R (2019). A movie monster evolves, fed by fear. Science 364:840-841 (doi: 10.1126/science.aax5394)

Ramsier MA, Cunningham AJ, Patiño MR, Glander KE, Dominy NJ (2019). Audiograms of howling monkeys: are extreme loud calls the result of runaway selection? bioRxiv 539023 (doi: 10.1101/539023)

Dominy NJ, Symes LB (2019). Close encounters of the bird kind. Anthropology News 60(3):3-6. (doi: 10.1111/AN.1166)

Gochman SR, Morano Lord M, Goyal N, Chow K, Cooper BK, Gray LK, Guo SX, Hill KA, Liao SK, Peng S, Seong HJ, Wang A, Yoon EK, Zhang S, Lobel E, Tregubov T, Dominy NJ (2019) Tarsier Goggles: a virtual reality tool for experiencing the optics of a dark-adapted primate visual system. Evolution: Education and Outreach 12:9 (doi: 10.1186/s12052-019-0101-6)

Kraft TS, Venkataraman VV, Tacey I, Dominy NJ, Endicott KM (2019). Foraging performance, prosociality, and kin presence do not predict lifetime reproductive success in Batek hunter-gatherers. Human Nature 30:71-91. (doi: 10.1007/s12110-018-9334-2)

Edwards R, and 115 others (2019). Global phylogeography and ancient evolution of the widespread human gut virus crAssphage. Nature Microbiology (doi: 10.1038/s41564-019-0494-6)

Duytschaever G, Janiak MC, Ong PS, Wells K, Dominy NJ, Melin AD (2019). Opsin genes of select treeshrews resolve ancestral character states within Scandentia. Royal Society Open Science 6:182037 (doi: 10.1098/rsos.182037)

Amato KR, Sanders JG, Song SJ, Nute M, Metcalf JL, Thompson LR, Morton JT, Amir A, McKenzie VJ, Humphrey G, Gogul G, Gaffney J, Baden AL, Britton GAO, Cuozzo FP, Di Fiore A, Dominy NJ, Goldberg TL, Gomez A, Kowalewski MM, Lewis RJ, Link A, Sauther ML, Tecot S, White BA, Nelson KE, Stumpf RM, Knight R, Leigh SR (2019). Evolutionary trends in host physiology outweigh dietary niche in structuring primate gut microbiomes. The ISME Journal 13:576-587. (doi: 10.1038/s41396-018-0175-0)

Amato KR, Mallott EK, McDonald D, Dominy NJ, Goldberg TL, Lamber JE, Swedell L, Metcalf JL, Gomez A, Britton GAO, Stumpf RM, Leigh SR, Knight R (2019). Convergence of human and Old World monkey gut microbiomes demonstrates the importance of human ecology over phylogeny. Genome Biology 20:201. (doi: 10.1186/s13059-019-1807-z)

Gomez A, and 26 others (2019). Plasticity in the human gut microbiome defies evolutionary constraints. mSphere 4:e00271-19 (doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00271-19)

Dominy NJ, Winters S, Pease DE, Higham JP (2018). Dr Seuss and the real Lorax. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2:1196-1198. (doi: 10.1038/s41559-018-0628-x)

Dominy NJ, Mills ST, Yakacki CM, Roscoe PB, Carpenter RD (2018). New Guinea bone daggers were engineered to preserve social prestige. Royal Society Open Science 5:172067. (doi: 10.1098/rsos.172067).

Higham JP, Dominy NJ (2018). The promise of primatology fulfilled? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 166:783-790. (doi: 10.1002/ajpa.23620)

Tan AWY, Dominy NJ (2018). Validation of a noninvasive hair trapping method for extractive-foraging primates. Folia Primatologica 89:415-422. (doi: 10.1159/000492328)

Dominy NJ, Yeakel JD (2017). Frankenstein and the horrors of competitive exclusion. BioScience 67:107-110. (doi: 10.1093/biosci/biw133)

Ramsier MA, Vinyard CJ, Dominy NJ (2017). Auditory sensitivity of the tufted capuchin (Sapajus apella), a test of allometric predictions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141:4822-4831. (doi:

Venkataraman VV, Kraft TS, Dominy NJ, Endicott KM (2017). Hunter-gatherer residential mobility and the marginal value of rainforest patches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 114:3097-3102. (doi: 10.1073/pnas.1617542114)

Moritz GL, Ong PS, Perry GH, Dominy NJ (2017). Functional preservation and variation in the cone opsin genes of nocturnal tarsiers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372:20160075. (doi: 10.1098/rstb.2016.0075)    

+ View more
Test alt

Carol L. Folt

Ward, D M, K H Nislow, and C L Folt, Increased Population Density and Suppressed Prey Biomass: Relative Impacts on Juvenile Atlantic Salmon Growth, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society , 138:1 (2009) 135-143.

Chen, C Y, P C Pickhardt, M Q Xum, and C L Folt, “Mercury and Arsenic Bioaccumulation and Eutrophication in Baiyangdian Lake,” Water, AirandSoil Pollution , 190:1-4 (2008) 115-127.

Kennedy B P, K H Nislow, and C L Folt, “Linking Consumption Rates to Habitat, Growth and Survival of Juvenile Atlantic Salmon,” Ecology , 89:9 (2008) 2529-2541.

Ward, D M, K H Nislow, and C L Folt, “Do Native Species Limit Survival of Reintroduced Altantic Salmon in Historic Rearing Streams?” Biological Conservation , 141:1 (2008) 146-152.

Karimi, R, C Y Chen, N S Fisher, P C Pickhardt, and C L Folt, “Stoichiometric Controls of Mercury Dilution by Growth,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:18 (2007) 7477-7482.

Shaw, J R, J K Colbourne, J C Davey, S P Glaholt, T H Hampton, C Y Chen, C L Folt, and J W Hamilton, “Gene Response Profiles for Daphnia pulex Exposed to the Environmental Stressor Cadmium Reveals Novel Crustacean Metallothioneins,” BMC Genomics , 8:477 (2007).

+ View more

Andrew J. Friedland

Peach, M.E., L.A. Ogden, E.A. Mora and A.J. Friedland. 2019. Building houses and managing lawns could limit yard soil carbon for centuries. Carbon Balance and Management. (2019) 14:9

Friedland, A. and R. Relyea. Environmental Science for the AP Course, Third Edition (2019). Macmillan/W.H. Freeman. 753 pgs.

Friedland, A.J., C.L. Folt and J.L. Mercer. Writing Successful Science Proposals , Third Edition (2018). Yale University Press. 261 pages.

Dean, C., J. Kirkpatrick and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Conventional intensive logging does not maintain soil organic carbon. Global Change Biology 23:1-11.

Richardson, J.B., C.L. Petrenko and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Base cations and micronutrients in forest soils along three clear-cut chronosequences in the northeastern United States. Nutrient Cycling in Ag. Ecosystems 109:161-179.

Richardson, J.B., J.H. Görres and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Exotic earthworms decrease Cd, Hg, and Pb pools in upland forest soils of Vermont and New Hampshire USA. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 99:428-432.

Richardson, J.B. and A.J. Friedland. 2016. Effect of coniferous and deciduous vegetation on major and trace metals in forests of northern New England, USA. Plant and Soil 402:363-378.

Petrenko, C.L., J. Bradley-Cook, E. Lacroix, A.J. Friedland and R.A. Virginia. 2016. Mineral soil carbon and nitrogen storage in graminoid- versus shrub-dominated soils of Western Greenland. Arctic Science 2:165-182. doi: 10.1139/AS-2015-0023.

Petrenko, C.L. and A.J. Friedland. 2015.  Mineral soil carbon pool responses to forest clearing in Northeastern hardwood forests. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 7:1283-1293. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12221

Richardson, J.B., J.H. Görres, B.P. Jackson and A.J. Friedland. 2015. Trace metals and metalloids in forest soils and exotic earthworms in northern New England, USA. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85:190-198.

Richardson, J.B. and A.J. Friedland. 2015. Mercury in coniferous and deciduous upland forests in northern New England, USA: implications of climate change. Biogeosciences 12:6737-6749.

Friedland, A.J. and R. Relyea. Friedland and Relyea Environmental Science for AP*, Second Edition. New York: W.H. Freeman. 2015. 762 pages.

Vario, C.L., Neurath, R. and A.J. Friedland.  2014.  Response of mineral soil carbon to clear-cutting in a northern hardwood forest. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:309-318.

Richardson, J.B., A.J. Friedland, J.M. Kaste, and B.P. Jackson.  2014.  Forest floor lead changes from 1980-2011 and accumulation in the mineral soil across the northeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Quality 43:926-935.

Buchholz, T., A. J. Friedland, C.E. Hornig, W.S. Keeton, G. Zanchi and J. Nunery. 2014.  Mineral soil carbon fluxes in forests and implications for carbon balance assessment. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 6:305-311. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12044

Richardson, J.B., A.J. Friedland, J.M. Kaste, T.R. Engerbretson, and B.P. Jackson. 2013.  Spatial and vertical distribution of mercury in upland forest soils across the northeastern United States. Environmental Pollution 182:127-134. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2013.07.011

Friedland, A.J., R. Relyea, and D. Courard-Hauri. Essentials of Environmental Science . New York: W.H. Freeman. 2012. 403 pages.

Zummo, L.M. and A.J. Friedland.  2011.  Soil carbon release along a gradient of physical disturbance in a harvested northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 261:1016-1026.

Friedland, A.J. and K.T. Gillingham. 2010. Carbon accounting a tricky business (letter). Science 327:410-411.

+ View more
Test alt

John J. Gilbert

Gilbert, J. J.  2018.  Morphological variation and its significance in a polymorphic rotifer: environmental, endogenous, and genetic controls. BioScience 68: 169-181.

Gilbert, J.J.  2017.  Non-genetic polymorphisms in rotifers: environmental and endogenous controls, development, and features for predictable or unpredictable environments. Biological Reviews 92: 964-992.

Gilbert, J.J.  2017.  Resting-egg hatching and early population development in rotifers: a review and a hypothesis for differences between shallow and deep waters. Hydrobiologia 796: 235-243.

Gilbert, J.J. 2017.  Spine development in two taxa of Brachionus calyciflorus from Lake Littra, Australia: constitutive and induced defenses against Asplanchna. J. Plankton Res. 39: 962-971.

Gilbert, J.J.  2014.  Morphological and behavioral responses of a rotifer to the predator Asplanchna. J. Plankton Res. 36: 1576-1584.

Gilbert, J.J. and M.A. McPeek.  2013.  Maternal age and spine development in a rotifer: ecological implications and evolution. Ecology 94: 2166-2172

Gilbert, J.J.  2013.  The cost of predator-induced morphological defense in rotifers: experimental studies and synthesis. J. Plankton Res. 35: 461-472.

Gilbert, J.J.  2012.  Predator-induced defense in rotifers: developmental lags for morph transformations, and effect on population growth. Aquatic Ecol. 46: 475-486.

Gilbert, J.J.  2012.  Effects of an ostracod (Cypris pubera) on the rotifer Keratella tropica:  predation and reduced spine development. Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol. 97: 445-453.

Gilbert, J.J.  2011. Temperature, kairomones, and phenotypic plasticity in the rotifer Keratella tropica (Apstein, 1907). Hydrobiologia 678: 179-190.

Gilbert, J.J.  2011.  Induction of different defenses by two enemies in the rotifer Keratella tropvica: response priority and sensitivity to enemy density. Freshwat. Biol. 56: 926-938.

Gilbert, J.J.  2010.  Effect of food concentration on the production and viability of resting eggs of the rotifer Brachionus: implications for the timing of sexual reproduction.  Freshwat. Biol. 55: 2437-2446

Gilbert, J.J. and M.C. Diéguez.  2010.  Low crowding threshold for induction of sexual reproduction and diapause in a Patagonian rotifer. Freshwat. Biol. 55: 1705-1718.

Gilbert, J.J.  2009.  Predator-specific inducible defenses in the rotifer Keratella tropica.  Freshwat. Biol. 54: 1933-1946.

Schröder, T and J.J. Gilbert.  2009.  Maternal age and spine development in the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus: increase of spine length with birth order. Freshwat. Biol.  54: 1054-1065.

Gilbert, J.J.  2007.  Timing of diapause in monogonont rotifers. In: Diapause in aquatic invertebrates: theory and human use (V. Alekseev, J. J. Gilbert and B. De Stasio, eds.). Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp.  11-27.

Gilbert, J.J.  2007.  Induction of mictic females in the rotifer Brachionus: oocytes of amictic females respond individually to population-density signal only during oogenesis shortly before oviposition. Freshwat. Biol. 52: 1417-1426.

Gilbert, J.J. and E.J. Walsh.  2005.  Brachionus calyciflorus is a species complex: mating behavior and genetic differentiation among four geographically isolated strains. Hydrobiologia 546: 257-265

GGilbert, J. J. and T. Schröder.  2004.  Rotifers from diapausing, fertilized eggs: unique features and emergence. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49: 1341-1354.

Gilbert, J.J.  2004.  Females from resting eggs and parthenogenetic eggs in the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus: lipid droplets, starvation resistance and reproduction. Freshwat. Biol. 49: 1505-1515.

Schröder, T. and J.J. Gilbert.  2004.  Transgenerational plasticity for sexual reproduction and diapause in the life cycle of monogonont rotifers: intraclonal, intraspecific and interspecific variation in the response to crowding. Functional Ecology 18: 458-466.

Gilbert, J.J.  2003.  Environmental and endogenous control of sexuality in a rotifer life cycle: developmental and population biology. Evolution & Development 5: 19-24.

Diéguez, M.C. and J.J. Gilbert.  2003.  Predation by Buenoa macrotibialis (Insecta, Hemiptera) on zooplankton: effect of light on selection and consumption of prey. J. Plankton Res. 25: 759-769.

Gilbert, J.J. and T. Schröder.  2003.  The ciliate epibiont Epistylis pygmaeum: selection for zooplankton hosts, reproduction and effect on two rotifer hosts. Freshwat. Biol. 48: 878-893.

+ View more
Test alt

William R. Green

Green KA, Cook WJ, Green WR Myeloid-derived suppressor cells in murine retrovirus-induced AIDS inhibit T- and B-cell responses in vitro that are used to define the immunodeficiency. J Virol 2013 Feb; 87(4):2058-71 PMID: 23221564

Li W, Green WR Immunotherapy of murine retrovirus-induced acquired immunodeficiency by CD4 T regulatory cell depletion and PD-1 blockade. J Virol 2011 Dec; 85(24):13342-53 PMID: 21917983

Li W, Carlson TL, Green WR Stimulation-dependent induction of CD154 on a subset of CD4+ FoxP3+ T-regulatory cells. Int Immunopharmacol 2011 Sep; 11(9):1205-10 PMID: 21496498

Rutkowski MR, Stevens CA, Green WR Impaired memory CD8 T cell responses against an immunodominant retroviral cryptic epitope. Virology 2011 Apr 10; 412(2):256-68 PMID: 21295815

Carlson TL, Green KA, Green WR Alternative translational reading frames as a novel source of epitopes for an expanded CD8 T-cell repertoire: use of a retroviral system to assess the translational requirements for CTL recognition and lysis. Viral Immunol 2010 Dec; 23(6):577-83 PMID: 21142443

Rutkowski MR, Ho O, Green WR Defining the mechanism(s) of protection by cytolytic CD8 T cells against a cryptic epitope derived from a retroviral alternative reading frame. Virology 2009 Aug 1; 390(2):228-38 PMID: 19539970

Green KA, Okazaki T, Honjo T, Cook WJ, Green WR The programmed death-1 and interleukin-10 pathways play a down-modulatory role in LP-BM5 retrovirus-induced murine immunodeficiency syndrome. J Virol 2008 Mar; 82(5):2456-69 PMID: 18094175

Ho O, Green WR Alternative translational products and cryptic T cell epitopes: expecting the unexpected. J Immunol 2006 Dec 15; 177(12):8283-9 PMID: 17142722

Li W, Green WR Murine AIDS requires CD154/CD40L expression by the CD4 T cells that mediate retrovirus-induced disease: Is CD4 T cell receptor ligation needed? Virology 2007 Mar 30; 360(1):58-71 PMID: 17113120

Rich RF, Green WR Apoptosis of epitope-specific antiretroviral cytotoxic T lymphocytes via Fas ligand-Fas interactions. Viral Immunol 2006 Summer; 19(3):424-33 PMID: 16987061

+ View more
Erik Griffin

Erik Griffin

Fan X, De Henau S, Feinstein J, Miller SI, Han B, Frokjaer-Jensen C, Griffin EE (2019) SapTrap Assembly of Caenorhabditis elegans MosSCI transgene vectors. G3. 10(2): 635 - 644.

Wu Y, Han B, Smith J, Singh A, Griffin EE (2019) Single molecule dynamics of the P granule scaffold MEG-3 in the C. elegans zygote. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 30:333-345. 

Gauvin TJ, Han B, Sun MJ, Griffin EE (2018) PIE-1 translation in the germline lineage contributes to PIE-1 asymmetry in the early C. elegans embryo. G3, 8:3791-3801.

Wu Y, Han B, Li Y, Munro E, Odde DJ, Griffin EE (2018) Rapid diffusion-state switching underlies stable cytoplasmic gradients in the Caenorhabditis elegans zygote. PNAS, 115:E8440-E8449.

Han B, Antokowiak KR, Fan X, Rutigliano M, Ryder SP, Griffin EE (2018) Polo-like Kinase couples cytoplasmic protein gradeints in the C. elegans zygote. Current Biology. 28: 60-69.

Wu Y, Griffin EE (2016) Regulation of Cell Polarity by PAR-1/MARK Kinase. Current Topics in Developmental Biology, 123:365-397.

Wu Y, Zhang H, Griffin EE (2015) Coupling between cytoplasmic concentration gradients through local control of protein mobility in the Caenorhabditis elegans zygote. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 26:2963-2970. 

Griffin EE (2015) Cytoplasmic localization and asymmetric division in the early embryo of Caenorhabditis elegans.Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology, 4: 267-282.

Griffin EE, Odde DJ, Seydoux G (2011) Regulation of the MEX-5 gradient by a spatially separated kinase/phosphatase cycle. Cell , Vol 146: 955-968.

Motegi F, Zonies S, Hao Y, Cuenca AA, Griffin EE, Seydoux G (2011)  Microtubules induce self-organization of polarized PAR domains in Caenorhabditis elegans zygotes. Nature Cell Biology, Published online October 9, 2011.

Griffin EE, Chan DC (2006) Domain interactions within Fzo1 oligomers are essential for mitochondrial fusion.  Journal of Biological Chemistry, 281: 16599-16606.

Griffin EE, Detmer SA, Chan DC (2006) Molecular mechanism of mitochondrial fusion.  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta - Molecular Cell Reviews, 1763:482-489.

Griffin EE, Graumann J, Chan DC (2005) The WD40 protein Caf4p is a component of the mitochondrial fission machinery and recruits Dnm1p to mitochondria.  Journal of Cell Biology, 170: 237-248.

+ View more

Gevorg Grigoryan

"Single methyl groups can act as toggle switches to specify transmembrane protein-protein interactions", L. He, H. Steinocher, A. Shelar, E. B. Cohen, E. N. Heim, B. B. Kragelund, G. Grigoryan, D. DiMaio, eLife6: e27701, 2017 [DOI].

"Sequence statistics of tertiary structural motifs reflect protein stability", F. Zheng, G. Grigoryan*, PLoS ONE12(5): e0178272, 2017 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Protein Structural Motifs in Prediction and Design", C. O. Mackenzie, G. GrigoryanCurrent Opinion in Structural Biology44: 161-167, 2017 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Design of self-assembling transmembrane helical bundles to elucidate principles required for membrane protein folding and ion transport", N. H. Joh, G. Grigoryan, Y. Wu, W. F. DeGrado, Philosophical Transactions B372(1726): 20160214, 2017 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Tertiary Alphabet for the Observable Protein Structural Universe", C. O. Mackenzie, J. Zhou, G. GrigoryanProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences113(47): E7438-E7447, 2016 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Graphene Symmetry Amplified by Designed Peptide Self-Assembly", G.-M. Mustata, Y. H. Kim*, J. Zhang, W. F. DeGrado, G. Grigoryan, M. Wanunu, Biophysical Journal110(11): 2507-2516, 2016 [DOI].

"Protein-Directed Self-Assembly of a Fullerene Crystal", K-H. Kim, D-K. Ko, Y-T. Kim, N. H. Kim, J. Paul, S-Q. Zhang, C. B. Murray, R. Acharya, W. F. DeGrado, Y. H. Kim, G. GrigoryanNature Communications7: 11429, 2016 [DOI].

"Tertiary Structural Propensities Reveal Fundamental Sequence/Structure Relationships", F. Zheng, J. Zhang, G. GrigoryanStructure23(5): 961-971, 2015 [DOI].

"Structure-based design of combinatorial mutagenesis libraries", D. Verma, G. Grigoryan, C. Bailey-Kellogg, Protein Science24(5): 895-908, 2015 [DOI].

"Computational Design and Experimental Characterization of Peptides Intended for pH-Dependent Membrane Insertion and Pore Formation", Y. Zhang, R. Bartz, G. Grigoryan, M. Bryant, J. Aaronson, S. Beck, N. Innocent, L. Klein, W. Procopio, T. Tucker, V. Jadhav, D. M. Tellers, William F. DeGrado, ACS Chemical Biology10(4): 1082-1093, 2015 [DOI].

"Computational Design of Selective Peptides to Discriminate Between Similar PDZ Domains in an Oncogenic Pathway", F. Zheng, H. Jewell, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Zhang, D. F. Mierke, G. GrigoryanJournal of Molecular Biology427: 491-510, 2015 [DOI].

"De novo design of a transmembrane Zn2+ transporting four-helix bundle", N. H. Joh, T. Wang, M. P. Bhate, R. Acharya, Y. Wu, M. Grabe, M. Hong, G. Grigoryan, W. F. DeGrado, Science, 346(6216): 1520-1524, 2014 [DOI].

"Rapid Search for Tertiary Fragments Reveals Protein Sequence-Structure Relationships", J. Zhou, G. Grigoryan, Protein Science, [DOI] in press.

"Computational Design of Selective Peptides to Discriminate Between Similar PDZ Domains in an Oncogenic Pathway", F. Zheng, H. Jewell, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Zhang, D. F. Mierke, G. Grigoryan*, Journal of Molecular Biology, 2014 [DOI].

"Design and Designability of Protein-based Assemblies", J. Zhang, F. Zheng, G. Grigoryan*, Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 27: 79-86, 2014 [DOI].

"Absolute Free Energies of Biomolecules from Unperturbed Ensembles", G. Grigoryan,Journal of Computational Chemistry34: 2726–2741, 2013 [DOI].

"Mining Tertiary Structural Motifs for Assessment of Designability", J. Zhang, G. Grigoryan, Methods in Enzymology, 523: 21-40, 2013 [DOI].

"Structural Informatics, Modeling and Design with an Open Source Molecular Software Library (MSL)", D. W. Kulp, S. Subramaniam, J. E. Donald, B. T. Hannigan, B. K. Mueller, G. Grigoryan, A. Senes, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 33(20): 1645-1661, 2012 [DOI].

"Capture and Imaging of a Prehairpin Fusion Intermediate of the Paramyxovirus PIV5", Y. H. Kim, J. E. Donald, G. Grigoryan, G. P. Leser, A. Y. Fadeev , R. A. Lamb, W. F. DeGrado, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 108(52): 20992-20997, 2011 [DOI].

"Computational Design of Virus-like Protein Assemblies on Carbon Nanotube Surfaces", G. Grigoryan, Y. H. Kim, R. Acharya, K. Axelrod, R. M. Jain, L. Willis, M. Drndic, J. M. Kikkawa, and W. F. DeGrado, Science, 332(6033): 1071-1076, 2011 [DOI].

"Transmembrane Communication: General Principles and Lessons from the Structure and Function of the M2 Proton Channel, K+ Channels, and Integrin Receptors", G. Grigoryan, D. T. Moore, and W. F. DeGrado, Annual Review of Biochemistry, 80: 211-237, 2011 [DOI].

"Probing Designability via a Generalized Model of Helical Bundle Geometry", G. Grigoryan and W. F. DeGrado, Journal of Molecular Biology, 405(4): 1079-1100, 2011 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Identifying and Reducing Error in Cluster Expansion Approximations of Protein Energies", S. Hahn, O. Ashenberg, G. Grigoryan, and A. E. Keating, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 31(16): 2900-2914, 2010 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Identification of bZIP Interaction Partners of Viral Proteins HBZ, MEQ, BZLF1, and K-bZIP Using Coiled-Coil Arrays", A. W. Reinke, G. Grigoryan, and A. E. Keating, Biochemistry, 49(9): 1985-1997, 2010 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Design of Protein-interaction Specificity Gives Selective bZIP-binding Peptides", G. Grigoryan, A. W. Reinke, and A. E. Keating, Nature, 458: 859-864, 2009 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Cluster-Expansion Models for Flexible-Backbone Protein Energetics", J. R. Apgar, S. Hahn, G. Grigoryan, and A. E. Keating, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 30(15): 2402-2413, 2009 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Structural Specificity in Coiled-coil Interactions", G. Grigoryan and A. E. Keating, Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 18(4): 477-483, 2008 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Modest Membrane Hydrogen Bonds Deliver Rich Results", G. Grigoryan and W. F. DeGrado, Nature Chemical Biology, 4: 393-394, 2008 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Computing van der Waals Energies in the Context of the Rotamer Approximation", G. Grigoryan, A. Ochoa, and A. E. Keating, Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics, 68(4): 863-878, 2007 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Ultra-fast Evaluation of Protein Conformational Energies Directly from Sequence", G. Grigoryan, F. Zhou, S. R. Lustig, G. Ceder, D. Morgan and A. E. Keating, PLoS Computational Biology, 2(6): e63, 2006 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Structure-based Prediction of bZIP Partnering Specificity", G. Grigoryan and A. E. Keating, Journal of Molecular Biology, 355(5): 1125-1142, 2006 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Coarse-Graining Protein Energetics in Sequence Variables", F. Zhou, G. Grigoryan, S. R. Lustig, A. E. Keating, G. Ceder, and D. Morgan, Physical Review Letters, 95(14): 148103, 2005 [PubMED] [DOI].

"Design of a Heterospecific, Tetrameric, 21-Residue Miniprotein with Mixed alpha/beta Structure", M. H. Ali, C. M. Taylor, G. Grigoryan, K. N. Allen, B. Imperiali, and A. E. Keating, Structure, 13(2): 225-234, 2005 [PubMED] [DOI].

+ View more
mary lou guerinot

Mary Lou Guerinot

Huang, X.Y., Liu, H., Zhu, Y.F., Pinson, S.R.M., Lin, H.X., Guerinot, M.L., Zhao, F.J., Salt, D.E. (2018) Natural variation in a molybdate transporter controls grain molybdenum concentration in rice. New Phytol. Oct 19. doi: 10.1111/nph.15546. PMID: 30339276

Nachman, K.E., Punshon, T., Rardin, L., Signes-Pastor, A.J., Murray, C.J., Jackson, B.P., Guerinot, M.L., Burke, T.A., Chen, C.Y., Ahsan, H., Argos, M., Cottingham, K.L., Cubadda, F., Ginsberg, G.L., Goodale, B.C., Kurzius-Spencer, M., Meharg, A.A., Miller M.D., Nigra, A.E., Pendergrast, C.B., Raab, A., Reimer, K., Scheckel, K.G., Schwerdtle, T., Taylor, V.F., Tokar, E.J., Warczak, T.M. and Karagas, M.R. (2018) Opportunities and Challenges for Dietary Arsenic Intervention. Environ Health Perspect. Aug;126(8):84503. doi: 10.1289/EHP3997. PMID: 30235424

Ricachenevsky, F.K., Punshon, T., Lee, S., Oliveira, B.H.N., Trenz, T.S., Maraschin, F.D.S., Hindt, M.N., Danku, J., Salt, D.E., Fett, J.P. and Guerinot, M.L. (2018) Elemental Profiling of Rice FOX Lines Leads to Characterization of a New Zn Plasma Membrane Transporter, OsZIP7. Front Plant Sci. Jul 3;9:865. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2018.00865. eCollection 2018. PMID: 30018622

Chu, H.H., Car, S., Socha, A.L., Hindt, M.N., Punshon, T. and Guerinot, M.L. (2017) The Arabidopsis MTP8 transporter determines the localization of manganese and iron in seeds. Sci Rep. Sep 8;7(1):11024. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-11250-9. PMID: 28887568

Hindt, M.N., Akmakjian, G.Z., Pivarski, K.L., Punshon, T., Baxter, I., Salt, D.E. and Guerinot, M.L. (2017) BRUTUS and its paralogs, BTS LIKE1 and BTS LIKE2, encode important negative regulators of the iron deficiency response in Arabidopsis thaliana. Metallomics. 2017 Jul 19;9(7):876-890. doi: 10.1039/c7mt00152e. PMID: 28620661

Punshon, T., Jackson, B.P., Meharg, A.A., Warczak, T., Scheckel, K. and Guerinot, M.L. (2017) Understanding arsenic dynamics in agronomic systems to predict and prevent uptake by crop plants. Sci. Total Environ.  Mar 1;581-582:209-220. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.12.111. Epub 2016 Dec 30. Review. PMID: 28043702

Huang, X.Y., Deng, F., Yamaji, N., Pinson, S.R., Fujii-Kashino, M., Danku, J., Douglas, A., Guerinot, M.L., Salt, D.E., Ma, J.F. (2016) A heavy metal P-type ATPase OsHMA4 prevents copper accumulation in rice grain. Nat. Commun. 2016 Jul 8;7:12138. doi: 10.1038/ncomms12138. PMID:27387148

Mary, V., Schnell Ramos, M., Gillet, C., Socha, A.L., Giraudat, J., Agorio, A., Merlot, S., Clairet, C., Kim, S.A., Punshon, T,., Guerinot, M.L., Thomine, S.  (2015) Bypassing Iron Storage in Endodermal Vacuoles Rescues the Iron Mobilization Defect in the natural resistance associated-macrophage protein3natural resistance associated-macrophage protein4 Double Mutant. Plant Physiol. 2015 Sep;169(1):748-59. doi: 10.1104/pp.15.00380. Epub Jul 31. PMID: 26232490

Stanton, B.A., Caldwell, K., Congdon, C.B., Disney, J., Donahue, M., Ferguson, E., Flemings, E., Golden, M., Guerinot, M.L., Highman, J., James, K., Kim, C., Lantz, R.C., Marvinney, R.G., Mayer, G., Miller, D., Navas-Acien, A., Nordstrom, D.K., Postema, S., Rardin, L., Rosen, B., SenGupta, A., Shaw, J., Stanton, E., Susca, P. (2015) MDI Biological Laboratory Arsenic Summit: Approaches to Limiting Human Exposure to Arsenic. Curr Environ. Health Rep. Sep;2(3):329-37. doi: 10.1007/s40572-015-0057-9. PMID: 26231509

Zhai, Z., Gayomba, S.R., Jung, H.I., Vimalakumari, N.K., Piñeros, M., Craft, E., Rutzke, M.A., Danku, J., Lahner, B., Punshon, T., Guerinot, M.L., Salt, D.E., Kochian, L.V., Vatamaniuk, O.K. (2014) OPT3 Is a Phloem-Specific Iron Transporter That Is Essential for Systemic Iron Signaling and Redistribution of Iron and Cadmium in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell. May 27;26(5):2249-2264. PMID: 24867923

Socha, A. and M.L. Guerinot. (2014)  Mn-euvering manganese: the role of transporter gene family members in manganese uptake and mobilization in plants.  Front. Plant Sci. 5:106. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00106

Norton, G.J., Douglas, A., Lahner, B., Yakubova, E., Guerinot, M.L., Pinson, S.R., Tarpley, L., Eizenga, G.C., McGrath, S.P., Zhao, F.J., Islam, M.R., Islam, S., Duan, G., Zhu, Y., Salt, D.E., Meharg, A.A., Price, A.H. (2014) Genome wide association mapping of grain arsenic, copper, molybdenum and zinc in rice (Oryza sativa L.) grown at four international field sites. PLoS One. Feb 25;9(2):e89685. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089685. eCollection. PMID: 24586963

Hong, S., S.A. Kim, M.L. Guerinot and C.R. McClung.  2013.  Reciprocal interaction of the circadian clock with the Fe homeostasis network in Arabidopsis thaliana.  Plant Physiol. 163: 893-903. PMCID: PMC3561027

Schroeder, J.I., E. Delhaize, W.B. Frommer, M.L. Guerinot, M.J. Harrison, L. Herrera-Estrella, T. Horie, L.V. Kochian, R. Munns, N.K. Nishizawa, Y.-F. Tsay and D. Sanders.  2013.  Using membrane transporters to improve crops for sustainable food production.  Nature 497: 60-66.

Hosmani, P.S., T. Kamiya, J. Danku S. Naseer, N. Geldner, M.L. Guerinot and D.E. Salt.  2013.   A dirigent-domain containing protein is part of the machinery required for formation of the lignin-based Casparian strip in the root.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.  110:14498-503

Zhang, M, S.R.M. Pinson, L. Tarpley, X. Huang, B. Lahner, E. Yakubova, M.L. Guerinot, and D.E. Salt.  2013.  Mapping and validation of quantitative trait loci associated with concentrations of 16 elements in unmilled rice grain.  Theor. Appl. Genet.  10.1007/s00122-013-2207-5

Palmer, C., M.N. Hindt, H. Schmidt, S. Clemens and M.L. Guerinot.  2013.  MYB10 and MYB72 Are required for growth under iron-limiting conditions.  PLoS Genet.  9(11):e1003953

+ View more

Bing He

Bing He*, Adam Martin, Eric Wieschaus. (2016) Flow-dependent myosin recruitment during Drosophila cellularization requires zygotic dunk activity. Development 143(13):2417-30. * Corresponding author.

Bing He, Konstantin Doubrovinski, Oleg Polyakov, Eric Wieschaus (2014) Apical constriction drives tissue-scale hydrodynamic flow to mediate cell elongation. Nature 508(7496):392-6.

Oleg Polyakov, Bing He, Michael Swan, Joshua Shaevitz, Matthias Kaschube, Eric Wieschaus (2014). Passive mechanical forces control cell shape change during Drosophila ventral furrow formation. Biophysical Journal 107(4):998-1010.

Bing He, Amy Caudy, Lance Parsons, Adam Rosebrock, Attilio Pane, Sandeep
Raj, Eric Wieschaus (2012) Mapping the pericentric heterochromatin by comparative genomic hybridization analysis and chromosome deletions in Drosophila melanogaster. Genome Research 22(12):2507-19.

Michael Gelbart, Bing He, Adam Martin, Stephan Thiberge, Eric Wieschaus, Matthias Kaschube (2012) Volume conservation principle involved in cell lengthening and nucleus movement during tissue morphogenesis. PNAS 109 (47):19298-303.

Jianglan Liu, Yuting Zhao, Yujie Sun, Bing He, Changsong Yang, Tatyana Svitkina, Yale Goldman, Wei Guo (2012) Exo70 stimulates the Arp2/3 complex for lamellipodia formation and directional cell migration. Curr Biol  22 (16):1510-5.

Bing He and Wei Guo (2009) The exocyst complex in polarized exocytosis. Review. Current Opinion in Cell Biology 21(4):537-42.

Xiaoyu Zhang, Kelly Orlando, Bing He, Fengong Xi, Jian Zhang, Allison Zajac, Wei Guo (2008) Membrane association and functional regulation of Sec3 by phospholipids and Cdc42. Journal of Cell Biology 180(1):145-58.

Bing He, Fengong Xi, Xiaoyu Zhang, Jian Zhang, Wei Guo (2007) Exo70 interacts with phospholipids and mediates the targeting of the exocyst to the plasma membrane. The EMBO Journal 26(24):5167.

Bing He, Fengong Xi, Jian Zhang, Daniel TerBush, Xiaoyu Zhang, Wei Guo (2007) Exo70p mediates the secretion of specific exocytic vesicles at early stages of the cell cycle for polarized cell growth. Journal of Cell Biology 176(6):771-7.

+ View more
Caitlin Hicks Pries

Caitlin E. Hicks Pries

Hicks Pries, C.E., A. Angert, C. Castanha, B. Hilman, and M.S. Torn. 2020. Using Respiration Quotients to Track Changing Sources of Soil Respiration Seasonally and with Experimental Warming. Biogeosciences.

Bailey V.L., C.E. Hicks Pries, K. Lajtha. 2019. What do we know about soil carbon destabilization? Environmental Research Letters.

Hicks Pries C.E., B.N. Sulman, C. West, C. O’Neill, E. Poppleton, R.C. Porras, C. Castanha, B. Zhu, D.B. Wiedemeir, M.S. Torn. 2018. Root litter decomposition slows with soil depth. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 125: 105-114.

Hicks Pries C.E., Castanha C., Porras R.C., Phillips C., Torn M.S. 2018. The whole-soil carbon flux in response to warming: Technical comment response. Science 359 (6378). DOI: 10.1126/science.aao0457.

Rasmussen C., Heckman K., Wieder W., Keiluweit M., Lawrence C., Asefaw-Berhe A., Blankinship J., Crow S., Druhan J., Hicks Pries C., Marin-Spiotta E., Plante A., Schaedel C., Schimel J., Sierra J., Thompson A., Wagai R. 2018. Beyond clay: towards an improved set of variables for predicting soil organic matter content. Biogeochemistry 137 (3): 297-306.

Castanha, C., Zhu B., Hicks Pries C.E., Georgiou K., Torn M.S. 2018. Compensatory effects of heating, rhizosphere, and depth on soil moisture mediate decomposition of root litter in a Mediterranean grassland ecosystem. Biogeochemistry 137:267–279.

Porras R.C., Hicks Pries C.E., Torn M.S., Nico P.S. 2018. Synthetic iron (hydr)oxide-glucose associations in subsurface soil: Effects on decomposability of mineral associated carbon. Science of the Total Environment 613-614C, 342-351. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.08.290.

Hicks Pries C.E., Castanha C., Porras R.C., Torn M.S. 2017. The whole-soil carbon flux in response to warming. Science 355 (6332), 1420-1423. DOI: 10.1126/science.aal1319

Hicks Pries C.E., Bird J.A., Castanha C., Hatton P.J., Torn M.S. 2017. Long term decomposition: The influence of litter type and soil horizon on retention of plant carbon and nitrogen in soils. Biogeochemistry 134 (1-2), 5-16.

Porras R.C., Hicks Pries C.E., McFarlane K.J., Torn M.S. 2017. Association with pedogenic iron and aluminum: Effects on soil organic matter storage and stability in temperate forest soils. Biogeochemistry 133 (3), 333-345.

Hicks Pries, C.E., E.A.G. Schuur, S.M. Natali, K.G. Crummer. 2016. Old soil carbon losses increase with ecosystem respiration in experimentally thawed tundra. Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate2830

Hicks Pries, C.E., R.S.P. Logtestijn, E.A.G. Schuur, S.M. Natali, J.H.C. Cornelissen, R. Aerts, E. Dorrepaal. 2015. Decadal warming causes a consistent and persistent shift from heterotrophic to autotrophic respiration in contrasting permafrost ecosystems. Global Change Biology 21 (12), 4508-4519 doi: 10.1111/gcb.13032

Torn, M.S., A. Chabbi, P. Crill, P.J. Hanson, I.A. Janssens, Y. Luo, C.H. Pries, C. Rumpel, M.W.I. Schmidt , J. Six, M. Schrumpf, and B. Zhu. 2015. A call for international soil experiment networks for studying, predicting, and managing global change impacts. SOIL 1, 575-582 doi:10.5194/soil-1-575-2015

Natali, S.M., E.A.G. Schuur, E. E. Webb, C.E. Hicks Pries, K.G. Crummer. 2014. Permafrost degradation stimulates carbon loss from experimentally warmed tundra. Ecology 95 (3)

Hicks Pries, C.E., E.A.G. Schuur, J.G. Vogel, S.M. Natali. 2013. Moisture drives surface decomposition in thawing tundra. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, doi: 10.1002/jgrg.20089.

Hicks Pries, C.E., Schuur E.A.G., Crummer K.G. 2013. Thawing permafrost increases old soil and autotrophic respiration in tundra: Partitioning ecosystem respiration using δ13C and ∆14C. Global Change Biology 19 (2) doi: 10.1111/gcb.12058.

Hicks Pries, C.E., E.A.G. Schuur, and K.G. Crummer. 2012. Holocene Carbon Stocks and Carbon Accumulation Rates Altered in Soils Undergoing Permafrost Thaw. Ecosystems 12 (1): 162-173.

Hicks Pries, C.E. and J. Hughes. 2012. Inquiring into familiar objects: An inquiry-based approach to introduce scientific vocabulary. Science Activities 49 (2): 64-69.

Hicks Pries, C.E. and J. Hughes. 2011. Powering the Future: A wind turbine design competition. Science Scope 35 (4): 24-30.

Natali, S. M., E.A.G. Schuur, C. Trucco, C.E. Hicks Pries, K. G. Crummer, and A.F. Baron Lopez. 2011. Effects of experimental warming of air, soil and permafrost on carbon balance in Alaskan tundra. Global Change Biology 17 (3): 1394-1407.

+ View more
robert hill

Robert A. Hill

Chapman TW and Hill RA. Myelin plasticity in adulthood and aging. Neuroscience Letters. (2020) 134645. PMID: 31765728

Hill RA#, Li AM, and Grutzendler J# Lifelong cortical myelin plasticity and age-related degeneration in the live mammalian brain. Nature Neuroscience. (2018) 21 (5), 683-695 PMID: 29556031, highlighted by NeuronNature Reviews Neuroscience and Yale News. #co-corresponding author

Hill RA, Damisah EC, Chen F, Kwan AC, and Grutzendler J. Targeted two-photon chemical apoptotic ablation of defined cell types in vivo. Nature Communications. (2017) 8,15837 PMID: 28621306.

Damisah EC*, Hill RA*, Tong L, Murray KN, and Grutzendler J. A fluoro-Nissl dye identifies pericytes as distinct vascular mural cells during in vivo brain imaging. Nature Neuroscience. (2017)  20(7), 1023-1032. PMID: 28504673, highlighted by Alzforum *co-first author

Hill RA*, Tong L*, Yuan P*, Murikinati S, Gupta S, and Grutzendler J. Regional blood flow in the normal and ischemic brain is controlled by arteriolar smooth muscle cell contractility and not by capillary pericytes. Neuron.  (2015) 87(1), 95-110. PMID: 26119027,  highlighted by Neuron, Alzforum, and ScienceNews. *co-first author

Hill RA and Grutzendler J. In vivo imaging of oligodendrocytes with sulforhodamine 101. Nature Methods.  (2014) 11(11), 1082-1083. PMID: 25357236

Hill RA#, Patel KD, Goncalves CM, Grutzendler J, and Nishiyama A# Modulation of oligodendrocyte generation during a critical temporal window after NG2 cell division. Nature Neuroscience. (2014) 17(11), 1518-1527. PMID: 25262495, Faculty of 1000 recommended, #co-corresponding author

Schain AJ, Hill RA, and Grutzendler J. Label-free in vivo imaging of myelinated axons in health and disease with spectral confocal reflectance microscopy. Nature Medicine. (2014) 20(4), 443-449. PMID: 24681598 , Faculty of 1000 recommended, highlighted by Nature Methods and Yale News

+ View more
Richard T. Holmes

Richard Holmes

Holmes, R.T., and G. E. Likens. 2016. Hubbard Brook: The Story of a Forest Ecosystem. Yale University Press, New Haven. pp 1-270.

Townsend, A. K., E. G. Cooch, T. S. Sillett, N. L. Rodenhouse, R. T. Holmes, and M. S. Webster. 2016. Contrasting effects of warm springs and global climate cycles on population dynamics of a migratory songbird. Global Change Biology 22: 544-555 (doi: 10.1111/gcb.13053).

Marra, P. P., C. E. Studds, S. Wilson, T. S. Sillett, T. W. Sherry, and R. T. Holmes. 2015. Non-breeding season habitat quality mediates the strength of density-dependence for a migratory bird. 2015. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B 282,

Sherry, T.W., S. Wilson, S. Hunter, and R.T. Holmes. 2015. Impacts of nest predators and weather on reproductive success and population limitation in a long-distance migratory songbird. Journal of Avian Biology 46: 559- 569.

Lany, N.K., M. P. Ayres, E.E. Stange, T.S. Sillett, N.L. Rodenhouse, and R.T. Holmes. 2015. Breeding timed to maximize reproductive success for a migratory songbird: the importance of phenological asynchrony. Oikos, doi: 10.1111/oik.02412.

Townsend, A. K., T. S. Sillett, N. K. Lany, S. A. Kaiser, N. L. Rodenhouse, M.S. Webster, and R. T. Holmes. 2013.  Warm springs, early lay dates, and double-brooding in a North American migratory songbird, the Black-throated Blue Warbler.  PLoS One 8(4): e59467. doi:10.1371/ 

Swatantran, A., R. Dubayah, S. Goetz, M. Hofton, M. G. Betts, M. Sun, M. Simard, and R. T. Holmes.  2012. Mapping migratory bird prevalence using     remote sensing data fusion.  PLoS One 7(1): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028922

Holmes, R. T.  2011. Birds in forest ecosystems: long-term research on populations and community processes in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest.  Forest Ecology and Management 262: 20-32

Goetz, S. J., S. Steinberg, M. Betts, R. T. Holmes, P. Doran, R. Dubayah, and M. Hofton. 2010. Lidar remote sensing variables predict breeding habitat of a Neotropical migrant bird. Ecology 91: 1569-1576

Faaborg, J., R.T. Holmes, et al. 2010. Recent advances in understanding migration systems of New World landbirds. Ecological Monographs, 80:3-48

Rodenhouse N.L., S.N. Matthews, K.P. McFarland, J.D. Lambert, L.R. Iverson, A. Prasad, T.S. Sillett, and R.T. Holmes. 2008. Potential effects of climate change on birds of the Northeast. Mitig. Adapt. Strat. Global Change 13: 517-540

Betts, M.G., N.L. Rodenhouse, T.S. Sillett, P.J. Doran, and R.T. Holmes. 2008. Dynamic occiupancy models reveal within-breeding season movement up a habitat quality gradient by a migrant songbird. Ecography 31: 592-600

Holmes, R.T. 2007. Understanding population change in migratory songbirds: long-term and experimental studies of Neotropical migrants in breeding and wintering areas. Ibis 149 (S2): 2-13

Johnson, M.D., T.W. Sherry, R.T. Holmes, and P.P. Marra. 2006. Assessing habitat quality for a migratory songbird wintering in natural and agricultural habitats. Conservation Biology 20: 1433-1444

Nagy, L.R., and R.T. Holmes. 2005. Food limits annual fecundity of a migratory songbird: an experimental study. Ecology 86: 675-681

Sillett, T.S., N.L. Rodenhouse, and R.T. Holmes. 2004. Experimentally reducing neighbor density affects reproduction and behavior of a migratory songbird. Ecology 85: 2467-2477

Rodenhouse, N.L., T.S. Sillett, P.J. Doran, and R.T. Holmes. 2003. Multiple density-dependent mechanisms regulate a migratory bird population during the breeding season. Proc. Royal Society London B 270:2105-2110

Jones, J., P. J. Doran and R.T. Holmes. 2003. Climate and food synchronize regional forest bird abundances. Ecology 84: 3024-3032

Rubenstein, D.R., C. P. Chamberlain, R.T. Holmes, et al. 2002. Linking breeding and wintering ranges of a Neotropical migrant songbird using stable isotopes. Science 295:591-593

Sillett, T.S., and R.T. Holmes. 2002. Variation in survivorship of a migratory songbird throughout its annual cycle. Journal of Animal Ecology 71:296-308

McPeek, M.A., N.L. Rodenhouse, T.W. Sherry, and R.T. Holmes. 2001. Site dependent population regulation: population-level regulation without individual-level interactions. Oikos 94:417-424

Holmes, R.T., and T.W. Sherry. 2001. Thirty-year bird population trends in an unfragmented temperate deciduous forest: importance of habitat change. Auk 118:589-610

Sillett, T.S., R.T. Holmes, and T.W. Sherry. 2000. Impacts of a global climate cycle on population dynamics of a migratory songbird. Science 288: 2040-2042

+ View more
mike hoppa

Michael B. Hoppa

Perez-Alvarez, A., Fearey, B., Schulze,C.,  O'Toole, R.J.,  Moeyaert, B.,  Mohr, M.A., Arganda-Carreras, I., Yang, W.,  Wiegert, J.S., Schreiter, E.R., Gee, C.E., Hoppa, M.B.,  Oertner, T.G. Freeze-frame imaging of synaptic activity using SynTagMA

Panzera, L.C., Hoppa, M.B. Genetically Encoded Voltage Indicators Are Illuminating Subcellular Physiology of the Axon.  Front. Cell. Neurosci., 2019 Mar 1;13:52. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2019.00052

Alpizar, S.A., Cho, I.H., Hoppa, M.B. Subcellular control of membrane excitability in the axon. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol., 2019 Aug;57:117-125. doi: 10.1016/j.conb.2019.01.020.

Alpizar, S.A., Baker, A.L., Gulledge, A.T., Hoppa, M.B.  Loss of Neurofascin-186 Disrupts Alignment of AnkyrinG Relative to Its Binding Partners in the Axon Initial Segment. Front. Cell. Neurosci., 2019 January 22.

Cho, I.H., Panzera, L.C, Chin. M., Hoppa, M.B.  Sodium Channel β2 Subunits Prevent Action Potential Propagation Failures at Axonal Branch Points. J Neurosci. 2017 Sep 27;37(39):9519-9533. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.0891-17.2017.

Kyung, J.W., Cho, I.H., Lee, S., Song, W.K., Ryan, T.A., Hoppa, M.B., Kim, S.H.  Adaptor Protein 2(AP-2) complex is essential for functional axogenesis in hippocampal neurons. SciRep. 2017 Jan 31;7:41620. doi: 10.1038/srep41620.

Baumgart, J.P., Zhou, Z.Y., Hara, M., Cook, D.C., Hoppa, M.B., Ryan, T.A., Hemmings, H.C. Jr.  Isoflurane inhibits synaptic vesicle exocytosis through reduced Ca2+ influx, not Ca2+-exocytosis coupling. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Sep 22;112(38):11959-64.doi: 10.1073/pnas.1500525112.

Hoppa, M.B., Gouzer, G,. Armbruster, M., Ryan, T.A.  Control and plasticity of the presynaptic action potential waveform at small CNS nerve terminals. Neuron. 2014 Nov 19;84(4):778-89. doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2014.09.038

Hoppa, M.B., Lana, B., Margas, W., Dolphin, A.C., Ryan, T.A. α2δ expression setsmpresynaptic calcium channel abundance and release probability. Nature. 2012 May13;486(7401):122-5. doi: 10.1038/nature11033. PubMed PMID: 22678293; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3376018.

Ariel, P., Hoppa, M.B., Ryan, T.A. (2012)  Intrinsic variability in Pv, RRP size, Ca(2+) channel repertoire, and presynaptic potentiation in individual synaptic boutons. Front Synaptic Neurosci. 2012;4:9.

Hoppa, M.B., Lana, B., Margas, W., Dolphin, A.C., Ryan, T.A. (2012) α2δ expression sets presynaptic calcium channel abundance and release probability. Nature. May 13;486(7401):122-5.

Hoppa, M.B., Jones, E., Karanauskaite, J., Ramracheya, R., Braun, M., Collins, S.C., Zhang, Q., Clark, A., Eliasson, L., Genoud, C., Macdonald, P.E., Monteith, A.G., Barg, S., Galvanovskis, J., Rorsman, P. (2012) Multivesicular exocytosis in rat pancreatic beta cells. Diabetologia. Apr;55(4):1001-12. doi: 10.1007/s00125-011-2400-5

Collins, S.C., Hoppa, M.B., Walker, J.N., Amisten, S., Abdulkhader, F., Bengtsson, M., Fearnside, J., Ramracheya, R., Toye, A.A., Zhang, Q., Clark, A., Gauguier, D., Rorsman, P. (2010) Progression of diet-induced diabetes in C57Bl6J mice involves functional dissociation of Ca2+ channels from secretory vesicles. Diabetes. May;59(5):1192-201.

Hoppa, M.B., Collins, S., Ramracheya, R., Hodson, L., Amisten, S., Zhang, Q., Johnson, P., Ashcroft, F.M., Rorsman, P. (2009) Chronic palmitate exposure inhibits insulin secretion by dissociation of Ca(2+) channels from secretory granules. Cell Metabolism. Dec;10(6):455-65.

+ View more
Tom Jack

Thomas P. Jack

 Xu, Y., Prunet, N., Gan, E.-S., Wang, Y., Stewart, D., Wellmer, F., Huang, J., Yamaguchi, N., Tatsumi, Y., Kojima, M., Kiba, T., Sakakibara, H., Jack, T. P., Meyerowitz, E. M., Ito, T. (2018).  SUPERMAN regulates floral whorl boundaries through control of auxin biosynthesisEMBO J. 37: e97499. doi: 10.15252/embj.201797499.

Prunet, N., Yang, W., Das, P., Meyerowit, E.M., Jack, T.P. (2017) SUPERMAN prevents class B gene expression and promotes stem cell termination in the fourth whorl of Arabidopsis thaliana flowers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 Jul 3;114(27):7166-7171. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1705977114. Epub 2017 Jun 20.

Brancaccio-Taras, L., Pape-Lindstrom, P. A., Peteroy-Kelly, M., Aguirre, K. M., Awong-Taylor, J., Balser, T. C., Cahill, M., Frey, G., Jack, T., Kelrick, M., Marley, K. E., Miller, K. G., Osgood, M. P., Romano, S. L. Uzman, J. A., Zhao. J. (2016).  The PULSE Vision & Change Rubrics: A valid and equitable tool to measure life sciences department transformation at all institution types. CBE Life Sci Educ. 2016 Winter; 15(4): ar60. doi: 10.1187/cbe.15-12-0260 PMCID: PMC5132357 PMID: 27856548.

 Prunet, N., Jack, T. P., and Meyerowitz, E. M. (2016) Live confocal imaging of Arabidopsis flower buds. Dev Biol. 2016 Mar 15. pii: S0012-1606(16)30066-5. doi: 10.1016/j.ydbio.2016.03.018. [Epub ahead of print]

Prunet, N., Morel, P., Champelovier, P., Thierry, A.-M., Negrutiu, I., Jack, T., and Trehin, C.  (2015).  SQUINT promotes stem cell homeostasis and floral meristem termination in Arabidopsis through APETALA2 and CLAVATA signaling. J. Ex. Bot. 66, 6905-6916.

Pape-Lindstrom, P. A., Jack, T., Miller, K. G., Aguirre, K. M., Awong-Taylor, J., Balser, T. C., Awong-Taylor, J., Brancaccio-Taras, L., Marley, K. E., Osgood, M. P., Peteroy-Kelly, M.,  Romano, S. L. (2015). PULSE pilot certification results.  J. Microbiol. Ed. 16, 127-129.

Wellmer, F., Bowman, J. L., Davies, B., Ferrandiz, C., Fletcher J. C., Franks, R. G., Graciet, E., Gregis, V., Ito, T., Jack, T. P., Jiao, Y., Kater, M. M., Ma, H., Meyerowitz, E. M., Prunet, N., and Riechmann, J. L. (2014).  Flower Development: Open Questions and Future Directions.  In Methods in Molecular Biology - Flower Development:  Methods and Protocols (F. Wellmer and J.-L. Riechmann editors), 103-124.

Prunet, N. and Jack, T. (2014). Flower development in Arabidopsis – there’s more to it than learning your ABCs.  In Methods in Molecular Biology - Flower Development:  Methods and Protocols (F. Wellmer and J.-L. Riechmann editors), 3-33.

Gauthier, A., and Jack, T.  (2014).  The Professor and the instructional designer: a course design journey.  Transformations: Liberal Arts in the Digital Age.

Aguirre, K. M., Balser, T. C., Jack, T., Marley, K. E., Miller, K. G., Osgood, M. P., Pape-Lindstrom, P. A., and Romano, S. L.  (2013).  PULSE Vision & Change Rubrics.  CBE-Life Sciences Education 12, 579-581. (corresponding author).

Jacob, N., Lee-Brown, M., Allen, T., Gusky, S., and Jack, T.  (2013).  Catalysing educational transformation:  The PULSE Project.  GARNish Newsletter 20, 18-21.

Nag, A., and Jack, T. (2010).  Sculpting the flower: the role of miRNAs in flower development.  Current Topics Dev. Biol. 91, 349-378.

Nag, A., King. S., and Jack, T. (2009).  miR319a targeting of TCP4 is critical for petal growth and development in Arabidopsis.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 22534-22539.

Swaminathan, K., Peterson, K., and Jack, T. (2008).  The plant B3 superfamily. Trends in Plant Science 13, 647-655. 

Piwarzyk, E., Yang, Y., and Jack, T. (2007).  The conserved C-terminal motifs of the Arabidopsis proteins AP3 and PI are dispensable for function. Plant Phys. 145, 1495-1505. (This work received a Faculty of 1000 citation)

Nag, A., Yang, Y., and Jack, T.  (2007).  DORNRÖSCHEN-LIKE, an AP2 gene, is necessary for stamen emergence in Arabidopsis. Plant Mol. Biol. 65, 219-232. (Work featured in cover photograph.)

Yang, Y and T Jack, Defining Subdomains of the K Domain Important for Protein-Protein Interactions of Plant MADS Proteins, Plant Molecular Biology , 55:1 (2004) 45-59.

Jack, T (2004) Molecular and Genetic Mechanisms of Floral Control, The Plant Cell , 16 S1-S17.

Yang, Y, H Xiang, and T Jack, pistillata-5 , an Arabidopsis B class mutant with strong defects in petal but not in stamen development, Plant Journal , (2003) 33 177-188.

Yang, Y, L Fanning, and T Jack, The K domain mediates heterodimerization of the Arabidopsis floral organ identity proteins, APETALA3 and PISTILLATA,  Plant Journal , 33 (2003) 47-60.

Jack, T, Flower Development,” Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science , R Goodman (ed.) (2003) 464-467.

Prunet, N., Yang, W., Das, P., Meyerowitz, E.M., and T.P. Jack. (2017) SUPERMAN prevents class b gene expression and promotes stem cell termination in the fourth whorl of Arabidopsis thaliana flowers. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  doi: 10.1073/pnas.1705977114 (

+ View more
wei-lih lee

Wei-Lih Lee

Zhu Y, Tan W., W.-L. Lee (2018). An in vitro Microscopy-based Assay for Microtubule-binding and Microtubule-crosslinking by Budding Yeast Microtubule-associated Protein. Bio-protocol 8(23): e3110. doi: 10.21769/BioProtoc.3110.

Greenberg S.R., Tan W., W.-L. Lee (2018). Num1 versus NuMA: insights from two functionally homologous proteins. Biophysical Reviews, 10(6):1631-1636. doi: 10.1007/s12551-018-0472-x.

Omer S., Greenberg S.R., W.-L. Lee (2018). Cortical dynein pulling mechanism is regulated by differentially targeted attachment molecule Num1. Elife, 7:e36745. doi: 10.7554/eLife.36745.

Zhu Y., An X., Tomaszewski A., Hepler P.K., W.-L. Lee (2017). Microtubule-crosslinking activity of She1 ensures metaphase spindle stability for spindle positioning. Journal of Cell Biology, 216(9):2759-2775.

Bezanilla M., Gladfelter A.S., Kovar D.R., W.-L. Lee (2015). Cytoskeletal dynamics: a view from the membrane. Journal of Cell Biology, 209(3):329-37.

Markus S.M., Omer S., Baranowski K., W.-L. Lee (2015). Improved plasmids for fluorescent protein tagging of microtubules in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Traffic, 16(7):773-86.

Markus S.M., Kalutkiewicz K.A., W.-L. Lee (2012). She1-mediated inhibition of dynein motility along astral microtubules promotes polarized spindle movements. Current Biology, 22(23):2221-30.

Collins E.S., Balchand S.K., Faraci J.L., Wadsworth P., W.-L. Lee (2012). Cell cycle-regulated cortical dynein/dynactin promotes symmetric cell division by differential pole motion in anaphase. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 23(17):3380-90.

Tang X.Y., Germain B.J., W.-L. Lee (2012). A novel patch assembly domain in Num1 mediates dynein anchoring at the cortex during spindle positioning. Journal of Cell Biology, 196(6):743-56.

Markus S.M., W.-L. Lee (2011). Regulated offloading of cytoplasmic dynein from microtubule plus ends to the cortex. Developmental Cell, 20:639-651.

Tang X.Y., J.J. Punch, W.-L. Lee (2009). A CAAX motif can compensate for the PH domain of Num1 for cortical dynein attachment. Cell Cycle, 8(19):3182-3190.

+ View more
Robert A. Maue

Robert A. Maue

Maue RA, Burgess RW, Wang B, Wooley CM, Seburn KL, Vanier MT, Rogers MA, Chang CC, Chang TY, Harris BT, Graber DJ, Penatti CA, Porter DM, Szwergold BS, Henderson LP, Totenhagen JW, Trouard TP, Borbon IA, Erickson RP. A novel mouse model of Niemann-Pick type C disease carrying a D1005G-Npc1 mutation comparable to commonly observed human mutations. Hum Mol Genet. 2012 Feb 15;21(4):730-50. (view details on MedLine)

Claudepierre T, Paques M, Simonutti M, Buard I, Sahel J, Maue RA, Picaud S, Pfrieger FW. Lack of Niemann-Pick type C1 induces age-related degeneration in the mouse retina. Mol Cell Neurosci. 2010 Jan;43(1):164-76. (view details on MedLine)

Fry M, Boegle AK, Maue RA. Differentiated pattern of sodium channel expression in dissociated Purkinje neurons maintained in long-term culture. J Neurochem. 2007 May;101(3):737-48. (view details on MedLine)

Maue RA. Understanding ion channel biology using epitope tags: progress, pitfalls, and promise. J Cell Physiol. 2007 Dec;213(3):618-25. Review. (view details on MedLine)

Paul CA, Reid PC, Boegle AK, Karten B, Zhang M, Jiang ZG, Franz D, Lin L, Chang TY, Vance JE, Blanchette-Mackie J, Maue RA. Adenovirus expressing an NPC1-GFP fusion gene corrects neuronal and nonneuronal defects associated with Niemann pick type C disease. J Neurosci Res. 2005 Sep 1;81(5):706-19. (view details on MedLine)

Paul CA, Boegle AK, Maue RA. Before the loss: neuronal dysfunction in Niemann-Pick Type C disease. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2004 Oct 11;1685(1-3):63-76. Review. (view details on MedLine)

+ View more
C. Robertson McClung

C. Robertson McClung

Lee, B.-D., M.R. Kim, M.-Y. Kang, J.-Y. Cha, S.-H. Han, G.M. Nawkar, Y. Sakuraba, S.Y. Lee, T. Imaizumi, C.R. McClung, W.-Y. Kim & N.-C. Paek. 2017. The F-box protein FKF1 inhibits dimerization of COP1 in the control of photoperiodic flowering. Nature Commun. 8:2259. doi 10.1038/s41467-017-02476-2.

Kim, H., H.J. Kim, Q.T. Vu, S. Jung, C.R. McClung, S. Hong & H.G. Nam. 2018. Circadian control of ORE1 by PRR9 positively regulates leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 115: 8448-8453. doi 10.1073/pnas.1722407115.

Greenham, K., P. Lou, J.R. Puzey, G. Kumar, C. Arnevik, H. Farid, J.H. Willis & C.R. McClung. 2017. Geographic variation of plant circadian clock function in natural and agricultural settings.  J. Biol. Rhythms. 32: 26-34

Greenham, K., C.R. Guadagno, M.A. Gehan, T.C. Mockler, C. Weinig, B.E. Ewers & C.R. McClung. 2017. Temporal network analysis identifies early physiological and transcriptomic indicators of mild drought in Brassica rapa. eLIFE 6: e29655

Yarkhunova,, Y., C.E. Edwards, B.E. Ewers, R.L. Baker, T.L. Aston, C.R. McClung, P. Lou & C. Weinig. 2016. Selection during crop diversification involves correlated evolution of the circadian clock and ecophysiological traits in Brassica rapa. New. Phytol. 210:133-144.

Salmela, M.J., K. Greenham, P. Lou, C.R. McClung, B.E. Ewers & C. Weinig. 2016. Variation in circadian rhythms is maintained among and within populations in Boechera stricta in Wyoming. Plant Cell Environ. 39: 1293-1303.

Greenham, K. & C.R. McClung. 2015. Integrating circadian dynamics with physiological processes in plants. Nature Rev. Genet. 16: 598-610.

Greenham, K., P. Lou, H. Farid, S.E. Remsen & C.R. McClung. 2015.  TRiP: Tracking Rhythms in Plants, an automated leaf movement analysis program for circadian period estimation.  Plant Methods 11:33.

Xie, Q., P. Lou, V. Hermand, R. Aman, H.J. Park, D.-J Yun, W.Y. Kim, M.J. Salmela, B.E. Ewers, C. Weinig, S.L. Khan*, D.L.P. Schaible*, & C.R. McClung. 2015. Allelic polymorphism of GIGANTEA is responsible for naturally occurring variation in circadian period in Brassica rapa. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 112:3829-3834.

Gehan, M.A., K. Greenham, T.C. Mockler & C.R. McClung. 2015. Transcriptional networks – crops, clocks, and abiotic stress. Curr. Op. Plant Biol. 24: 39-46.

Xie, Q., P. Wang, X. Liu, L. Yuan, L. Wang, Y. Li, H. Xing, L. Zhi, Z. Yue, C. Zhao, C.R. McClung & X. Xu. 2014. LNK1 and LNK2 are transcriptional coactivators in the Arabidopsis circadian oscillator. Plant Cell 26:2843-2857.

Ng, D.W.-K., M. Miller, H.H. Yu, T.-Y. Huang, E.-D. Kim, J. Lu, Q. Xie, C.R. McClung & Z.J. Chen. 2014. A role for CHH methylation in the parent-of-origin effect on altered circadian rhythms and biomass heterosis in Arabidopsis intraspecific hybrids. Plant Cell 26:2430-2440.

Rosas, U., Mei, Y., Xie, Q., Banta, J., Zhou, R.W., Seufferheld, G., Gerard-Martinez, S., Chou, L., Bhambhra, N., Flowers, J., McClung, C.R., Hanzawa, Y., Purugganan, M.D. 2014. Variation in Arabidopsis flowering time associated with cis-regulatory variation in CONSTANS. Nature Communications: 5:3561.

Zhang, C., Q. Xie, R.G. Anderson, G. Ng, N.C. Seitz, T. Peterson, C.R. McClung, J.M. McDowell, D. Kong, J.M. Kwak, & H. Lu. 2013. Crosstalk between the circadian clock and innate immunity in Arabidopsis. PLoS Pathogens 9: e1003370.

McClung, C.R. 2014. Wheels within wheels: new transcriptional feedback loops in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. F1000Prime Reports 6:2

Hong, S., S.A Kim, M.L. Guerinot, & C.R. McClung. 2013. Reciprocal interaction of the circadian clock with the Fe homeostasis network in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology 161:893-903.

McClung, C.R. 2013. Beyond Arabidopsis: The circadian clock in non-model plant species. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 24:430-436.

Lou, P., J. Wu, F. Cheng, L.G. Cressman, X. Wang & C.R. McClung.  2012.  Preferential retention of circadian clock genes during diploidization following whole genome triplication in Brassica rapa.  Plant Cell 24:2415-2426.

Wang, X., F. Wu, Q. Xie, H. Wang, Y. Wang, Y. Yue, O. Gahura, S. Ma, L. Liu, Y. Cao, Y. Jiao, F. Puta, C.R. McClung, X. Xu & L. Ma.  2012. SKIP is a component of the spliceosome linking alternative splicing and the circadian clock in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 24:3278-3295.

Lou, P., Q. Xie, X. Xu, C.E. Edwards, M.T. Brock, C. Weinig & C.R. McClung.  2011. Genetic architecture of the circadian clock and flowering time in Brassica rapa. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 123: 397-409.

Hong, S., H.-R. Song, K. Lutz, R.A. Kerstetter, T.P. Michael & C.R. McClung.  2010. Type II Protein Arginine Methyltransferase PRMT5 is required for circadian period determination in Arabidopsis thaliana. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107: 21211-21216.

Salomé, P.A., D. Weigel & C.R. McClung.  2010. The role of the Arabidopsis morning loop components CCA1, LHY, PRR7, and PRR9 in temperature compensation. Plant Cell 22: 3650-3661.

+ View more

Mark Alan McPeek

Selected Works can be found at:

carey nadell

Carey Davis Nadell

Wucher BW, Bartlett TM, Persat A, Nadell CD† (2018). Vibrio cholerae filamentation promotes chitin surface attachment at the expense of competition in biofilms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 116(28): 14216-14221

Simmons M*, Bond MC*, Drescher K, Bucci V, Nadell CD† (2019). Evolutionary dynamics of phage resistance in bacterial biofilms. bioRxiv 552265 (in review)

Kowalski CH, Kerkaert JD, Nadell CD, Stajich J, Cramer RA (2019). Architecture of in vitro fungal morphotypes distates lesion morphology and disease progression through a novel collagen-like protein. (In press, Nature Microbiology)

Diaz-Pascual F, Hartmann R, Lempp M, Vidakovic L, Song B, Yildiz F, Dunkel J, Link H, Nadell CD, Drescher K (2019). Breakdown of biofilm architecture in response to antibiotics facilitates community invasion. (In revision, Nature Microbiology)

Rossy T, Nadell CD†, Persat A† (2018). Cellular advection-diffusion drives emergence of bacterial surface colonization patterns and heterogeneity. Nature Communications 10(1): 2471

Martinez-Garcia R, Nadell CD†, Hartmann R, Drescher K, Bonachela J† (2018). Cell adhesion and fluid flow jointly initiate genotype spatial distribution in biofilms. PLoS Computational Biology 14(4): e1006094

Simmons M, Drescher K, Nadell CD†, Bucci V† (2018). Phage mobility is a core determinant of phage-bacteria coexistence in biofilms. ISME Journal 12: 531-543

Vidakovic L, Singh PK, Hartmann R, Nadell CD†, Drescher K† (2018). Dynamic biofilm architecture confers individual and collective mechanisms of viral protection. Nature Microbiology 3: 26-31

Singh PK, Hartmann R, Bartolomej S, Nadell CD, Drescher K (2017). Vibrio cholerae combines individual and collective sensing to trigger biofilm dispersal. Current Biology 27: 1-8

Yan J, Nadell CD, Stone HA, Wingreen NS, Bassler BL (2017). Extracellular-matrix-mediated osmotic pressure drives Vibrio cholerae biofilm expansion and cheater exclusion. Nature Communications 8: 327

Nadell CD*, Ricaurte D*, Yan J, Drescher K, Bassler B (2017). Flow environment and matrix structure interact to shape spatial competition in P. aeruginosa biofilms. eLife 6: e21855

Phage mobility is a core determinant of phage-bacteria coexistence in biofilms.  Simmons M, Drescher K, Nadell CD†, Bucci V† (2017). ISME Journal :12(2): 531–543.

Dynamic biofilm architecture confers individual and collective mechanisms of viral protection. Vidakovic L, Singh PK, Hartmann R, Nadell CD†, Drescher K† (2017). Nature Microbiology (2017) doi: 10.1038/s41564-017-0050-1   (†corresponding)

Vibrio cholerae combines individual and collective sensing to trigger biofilm dispersal. Singh PK, Hartmann R, Bartolomej S, Nadell CD, Drescher K. (2017). Current Biology 27:1-8

Extracellular-matrix-mediated osmotic pressure drives Vibrio cholerae biofilm expansion and cheater exclusion. Yan J, Nadell CD, Stone HA, Wingreen NS, Bassler BL. (2017). Nature Communications 8:327

Flow environment and matrix structure interact to shape spatial competition in P. aeruginosa biofilms. Nadell CD*, Ricaurte D*, Yan J, Drescher K, Bassler B (2017).  eLife 6: e21855    (*co-first authors)

An emerging grip on the growth of grounded bacteria. Nadell CD, Hartmann R, Drescher K (2016). ACS Nano 10:9109-9110   (commentary)

Spatial structure, cooperation, and competition in biofilms. Nadell CD†, Drescher K, Foster KR†. (2016). Nature Reviews Microbiology 14: 589-600   (†corresponding)

Architectural transitions in Vibrio cholerae biofilm development at single-cell resolution. Drescher K, Dunkel J, Nadell CD, van Teeffelen S, Grnja I, Wingreen NS, Stone HA, Bassler BL. (2016). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 113(4): E2066-2072

+ View more

David Ross Peart

Landis, R M, and D R Peart, “Early Performance Predicts Canopy Attainment across Life Histories in Subalpine Forest Trees,” Ecology , 86 (2005) 63-72.

Fagan, M E, and D R Peart, “Impact of the Invasive Shrub Glossy Buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula L.) on Juvenile Recruitment by Canopy Trees,” Forest Ecology and Management , 194 (2004) 95-107.

Blundell, A G, and D R Peart, “Density Dependent Population Dynamics of a Dominant Rain Forest Canopy Tree,” Ecology , 85 (2004) 704-715.

Blundell, A G, and D R Peart, “Recruitment Failure Following Mast Fruiting in a Southeast Asian Dipterocarp Forest,” Journal of Tropical Ecology , 20 (2004) 229-231.

Zens, M S, and D R Peart, “Dealing with Death Data: Individual Hazards, Mortality and Bias,” Trends in Ecology and Evolution , 18 (2003) 366-373.

+ View more
kevin peterson

Kevin J. Peterson

Fromm. B., Domanska, D., Hackenberg, M., Mathelier, A., Hoye, E., Johansen, M., Hovig, E., Flatmark, K., and Peterson, K.J.  MirGeneDB2.0: the curated microRNA Gene Database (submitted)

Ramaiah, M., Tan. K., Plank, T.-D. M., Song, H.-W., Dumdie, J. N., Jones, S., Shum, E. Y., Sheridan, S. D., Peterson, K. J., Gromoll, J., Haggerty, S. J., and Wilkinson, M. F.  FX-MIR: a microRNA cluster in the fragile X region that targets FMR1 (submitted)

Robinson, J. M., Sperling, E. A., Bergum, B., Adamski, M., Nichols, S. A., Adamska, M., and Peterson, K. J. (2013). The identification of microRNAs in calcisponges: independent evolution of microRNAs in basal metazoans. Journal of Experimental Zoology (Molecular and Developmental Evolution) 320B 84-93.

Tarver, J. E., Donoghue, P. C. J., and Peterson, K. J. (2012). Do miRNAs have a deep evolutionary history? Bioessays 34, 857-866.

Erwin, D. H. Laflamme, M., Tweedt, S. M., Pisani, D., and Peterson, K. J. (2011). The Cambrian conundrum: Early divergence and later ecological success in the early history of animals. Science, 334, 1091-1097.

Campbell, L. I., Rota-Stabellli, O., Marchioro, T., Longhorn, S. J., Edgecombe, G. D., Telford, M. J., Philippe, H., Rebecchi, L., Peterson, K. J., and Pisani, D. (2011). MicroRNAs and phylogenomics resolve the relationships of Tardigrada and suggest the velvet worms are the sister group of Arthropoda. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 108, 15920-15924.

Anderson, B. M., Pisani, D., Miller, A. I., and Peterson, K. J. (2011). The environmental affinities of marine higher taxa and possible biases in their first appearances in the fossil record. Geology 2011, 971-974.

Campo-Paysaa, F., Sémon, M., Cameron, R. A., Peterson, K. J., and Schubert, M. (2011). miRNA complements in deuterostomes: origin and evolution of miRNAs. Evolution & Development 13, 15-27.

Philippe, H., Brinkmann, H., Copley, R. R., Moroz, L. L., Nakano, H., Poustka, A. J., Wallberg, A., Peterson, K. J., and Telford, M. J. (2011). Acoelomorph flatworms are deuterostomes related to Xenoturbella. Nature 470, 255-258.

Sperling, E. A., Peterson, K. J., and LaFlamme, M. (2010). Rangeomorphs, Thectardis (Porifera?) and dissolved organic carbon in the Ediacaran ocean Geobiology 9, 24-33.

Hydra Genome Consortium (2010). The dynamic genome of Hydra. Nature 464, 592-596.

Rota-Stabellli, O., Campbell, L., Brinkmann, H., Edgecombe, G. D., Longhorn, S. J., Peterson, K. J., Pisani, D., Philippe, H., and Telford, M. (2010). A congruent solution to arthropod phylogeny: phylogenomics, microRNAs and morphology support monophyletic Mandibulata. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 278, 298-306.

Heimberg, A. M., Cowper-Sal lari, R., Sémon, M., Donoghue, P. C. J., and Peterson, K. J. (2010). microRNAs reveal the interrelationships of hagfish, lampreys, and gnathostomes and the nature of the ancestral vertebrate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 107, 19379-19383.

Sperling, E. A., Robinson, J. M., Pisani, D., and Peterson, K. J. (2010). Where's the glass? Biomarkers, molecular clocks, and microRNAs suggest a 200-Mry missing Precambrian fossil record of siliceous-sponge spicules. Geobiology 8, 24-36.

Sperling, E. A., Vinther, J., Moy, V. N., Wheeler, B. M., Sémon, M., Briggs, D. E. G., and Peterson, K. J. (2009). MicroRNAs resolve an apparent conflict between annelid systematics and their fossil record. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 276, 4315-4322.

Sperling, E. A., Peterson, K. J., and Pisani, D. (2009). Phylogenetic-signal dissection of nuclear housekeeping genes supports the paraphyly of sponges and the monophyly of Eumetazoa. Molecular Biology and Evolution 26, 2261-2274.

Peterson, K. J., Dietrich, M. R., and McPeek, M. A. (2009). MicroRNAs and metazoan macroevolution: insights into canalization, complexity, and the Cambrian explosion. Bioessays 31, 736-747.

Wheeler, B. M., Heimberg, A. M., Moy, V. N., Sperling, E. A., Holstein, T. W., Heber, S., and Peterson, K. J. (2009). The deep evolution of metazoan microRNAs. Evolution & Development 11, 50-68.

+ View more

Nicholas James Reo

Reo, N.J., S.M. Topkok, N. Kanayurak, J.N. Stanford, D.A. Peterson, and L.J. Whaley (2019) Environmental Change and Sustainability of Indigenous Languages in Northern Alaska. Arctic 72(3): 215–228. DOI:

Schuster, R., R.R. Germain, J.R. Bennett, N.J. Reo, and P. Arcese (2019) Vertebrate biodiversity on indigenous-managed lands in Australia, Brazil, and Canada equals that in protected areas. Environmental Science & Policy 101. pp 1-6.

Reo, N.J. (2019) Inawendiwin and Relational Accountability in Anishnaabeg Studies: The Crux of the Biscuit. Journal of Ethnobiology, 39(1):65-75.

Reo, N.J. and L.A. Ogden (2018) From invasive species to migrating nations: broad perspectives of invasive species plants in Anishnaabe aki. Sustainability Science: 1-10.

Waller, D.M. and N.J. Reo (2018) First Stewards: Ecological outcomes of forest and wildlife stewardship by Native peoples in Wisconsin, USA. Ecology and Society 23(1):45. 

Whyte, K.P., N.J. Reo, D. McGregor, M.A. Smith and J Jenkins (2017) Seven Indigenous Principles for Successful Cooperation in Great Lakes Conservation Initiatives. In Biodiversity, Conservation and Environmental Management in the Great Lakes Basin. Freedman E and MR Neuzil (eds.) Routledge.

Reo, N.J., K.P. Whyte, D. Ranco, J. Brandt, B. Elliott, E.D. Blackmer (2017) Invasive species, Indigenous stewards and vulnerability discourse. American Indian Quarterly. 41(3): 201-223.

Lishawa S.C., B.D. Carson, J.S. Brandt, J.M. Tallant, N.J. Reo, D.A. Albert, A.M. Monks, J.M. Lautenbach, and E. Clark (2017) Mechanical Harvesting Effectively Controls Young Typha spp. Invasion and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data Enhances Post-treatment Monitoring. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 619. DOI=10.3389/fpls.2017.00619   

Reo, N.J, K.P. Whyte, D. McGregor, M.A. Smith and J. Jenkins (2017) Factors that support Indigenous involvement in multi-actor environmental stewardship. AlterNative. doi: 10.1177/1177180117701028.

Janowiak, M.K., A.W. D'Amato, C.W. Swanston, L. Iverson, et al. (IN PRESS) New England and New York Forest Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report.

Fox, C.A., N.J. Reo, D.A. Turner, et al. (2017) “The river is us; the river is in our veins”: re-defining river restoration in three Indigenous communities. Sustainability Science. doi:10.1007/s11625-016-0421-1.

Deyo, N., M. Bohdan, R. Burke, A. Kelley, B. van der Werff, E.D. Blackmer, R.E. Grese and N.J. Reo (2014) Trails on tribal lands in the United States. Landscape and Urban Planning 125: 130–139.

Fletcher, M.L.M, K.E. Fort and N.J. Reo (2014) Tribal disruption and Indian claims. Michigan Law Review First Impressions 112(65): 65-72.

Silver, E. J., J. H. Speer, M. Kaye, N. J. Reo, L. F. Howard, et. al.  (2013)  Fire History and Age Structure of an Oakpine Forest on Price Mountain, Virginia, USA.  Natural Areas Journal 33 (4): 440-446. doi:

Fragoso, J. and N. J. Reo. (2013) Complex Interactions Between Biota, Landscapes and Native Peoples Ecological Processes 2 (28).

Reo, N. J. and A. Parker. (2013) Re-thinking colonialism to prepare for the impacts of rapid environmental change Climatic Change 120 (3): 671-682

Reo, N. J. and K. P. Whyte. (2012) Morality and Hunting as Elements of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Human Ecology 40(1).

Reo, N. J. (2011) The Importance of Belief Systems in Traditional Ecological Knowledge Initiatives. International Indigenous Policy Journal 2(4).

McConnell, W. J., J. D. A. Millington, N. J. Reo, et al. (2011) Research on Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS): Approach, Challenges and Strategies. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92: 218–228.

Reo, N. J. and J. W. Karl (2010) Tribal and state ecosystem management regimes influence forest regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5).

Reo, N. J. (2009) Ash trees, Indian communities and the emerald ash borer. Unpublished article available online at

Kazmierski, J., M. Kram, E. Mills, D. Phemister, N. J. Reo, et al. (2004) Conservation planning at the landscape scale: a landscape ecology method for regional land trusts. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 47 (5).

+ View more
Eric G. Schaller

G. Eric Schaller

Zubo, Y.O., Blakley, I.C., Franco-Zorrilla, J.M., Yamburenko, M.V., Solano, R., Kieber, J.J., Loraine, A.E., and Schaller, G.E. (2018) Coordination of chloroplast development through the action of the GNC and GLK transcription factor families. Plant Physiol. 178:130-147. 

Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2018) Cytokinin signaling in plant development. Development. 145:dev149344  

Binder, B.M., Kim, H.J., Mathews, D.E., Hutchison, C.E., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2018) A role for two-component signaling elements in the Arabidopsis growth-recovery response to ethylene. Plant Direct. 2018:1-9  

Zubo, Y.O., Blakley, I.C., Yamburenko, M.V., Worthen, J.M., Street, I.H., Franco-Zorrilla, J.M., Zhang, W., Hill, K., Raines, T., Solano, R., Kieber, J.J., Loraine, A.E., and Schaller, G.E. (2017) Cytokinin induces genome-wide binding of the type-B response regulator ARR10 to regulate growth and development in Arabidopsis. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 114:E5995-E6004.

Yamburenko, M.V., Kieber, J.J., Schaller, G.E. (2017) Dynamic patterns of expression for genes regulating cytokinin metabolism and signaling during rice inflorescence development. PLoS ONE. 12: e0176060.

Binder, B.M. and Schaller, G.E., co-editors. (2017) Ethylene Signaling: Methods and Protocols Methods Mol. Biol. Vol. 1573. Humana Press, Springer Science+Business Media LLC, New York.

Street, I.H., Mathews, D.E., Yamburenko, M.V., Sorooshzadeh, A., John, R.T., Swarup, R., Bennett, M.J., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2016) Cytokinin acts through the auxin influx carrier AUX1 to regulate cell elongation in the root. Development 143:3982-3993.

Street, I.H., Aman, S., Zubo, Y., Ramzan, A., Wang, X., Shakeel, S.N., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2015) Ethylene inhibits cell proliferation of the Arabidopsis root meristem. Plant Physiol. 169:338-350.

Rai, M.I., Wang, X., Thibault, D.M., Kim, H.J., Bombyk, M.M., Binder, B.M., Shakeel, S., and Schaller, G.E. (2015) The ARGOS gene family functions in a negative feedback loop to desensitize plants to ethylene. BMC Plant Biol. 15:157.

Shakeel, S.N., Gao, Z., Amir, M., Chen Y.-F., Rai, M.I., Haq, N.U., and Schaller, G.E. (2015) Ethylene regulates levels of the ethylene receptor/CTR1 signaling complex in Arabidopsis thaliana. J. Biol. Chem. 290:12415-12424

Schaller, G.E., Bishopp, A., and Kieber, J.J. (2015) The yin-yang of hormones: Cytokinin and auxin interactions in plant development. Plant Cell. 27: 44-63

Kieber, J.J. and Schaller, G.E. (2014) Cytokinins. Arabidopsis Book. 12:e0168 doi: 10.1199/tab.0168

Kim, H.J., Chiang, Y.-H., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2013) SCFKMD controls cytokinin signaling by regulating the degradation of type-B response regulators. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 110:10028-10033.

Hill, K., Mathews, D.E., Kim, H.J., Street, I.H., Wildes, S.L., Chiang, Y.H., Mason, M.G., Alonso, J.M., Ecker, J.R., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2013) Functional characterization of type-B response regulators in the Arabidopsis cytokinin response. Plant Physiol. 162:212-224.

Shakeel, S.N., Wang, X., Binder, B.M., and Schaller, G.E. (2013) Mechanisms of signal transduction by ethylene: Overlapping and non-overlapping signaling roles in a receptor family. AoB PLANTS. doi: 10.1093/aobpla/plt010

Chiang, Y.-H., Zubo, Y.O., Tapken, W., Kim, H.J., Lavanway, A.M., Howard, L., Pilon, M., Kieber, J.J., Schaller, G.E. (2012) The GATA transcription factors GNC and CGA1 positively regulate chloroplast development, growth, and division in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 160: 332-348.

Hall, B.P., Shakeel, S.N., Amir, M., Haq, N.U., Qu, X. and Schaller, G.E. (2012) Histidine-kinase activity of the ethylene receptor ETR1 facilitates the ethylene response in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 159:682-95

Tsai, Y.-C., Weir, N.R., Hill, K., Zhang, W., Kim, H.J., Shiu, S.-H., Schaller, G. E., Kieber, J.J. (2012) Characterization of genes involved in cytokinin signaling and metabolism from rice. Plant Physiol. 158:1666-84

Schaller, G.E., Shiu, S.H., and Armitage, J.P. (2011) Two-component systems and their co-option for eukaryotic signal transduction. Current Biology. 21:R320-R330

Mason M.G., Jha D., Salt D.E., Tester M., Hill K., Kieber J.J., Schaller G.E. (2010) Type-B response regulators ARR1 and ARR12 regulate expression of AtHKT1;1 and accumulation of sodium in Arabidopsis shoots. Plant J. 64:753-763

Chen, Y.-F., Gao, Z., Kerris III, R.J., Wang, W., Binder, B.M., Schaller, G.E. (2010) Ethylene receptors function as components of high-molecular-mass protein complexes in Arabidopsis. PLoS ONE, 5:e8640. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008640.

Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2010) The perception of cytokinin: A story 50 years in the making. Plant Physiology.154: 487-492.

Argyros, R.D., Mathews, D.E., Chiang, Y.-H., Palmer, C.M., Thibault, D.M., Etheridge, N., Argyros, D.A., Mason, M.G., Kieber, J.J., and Schaller, G.E. (2008) Type-B response regulators of Arabidopsis play key roles in cytokinin signaling and plant development. Plant Cell 20:2102-2116

Gao, Z., Wen, C.-K., Binder, B.M.,, Chen, Y.-F., Chang, J., Chiang, Y.-H., Kerris III, R.J., Chang, C., Schaller, G.E. (2008) Heteromeric interactions among ethylene receptors mediate signaling in Arabidopsis. J. Biol. Chem. 283:23081-23810

Chen, Y.-F., Shakeel, S.N., Bowers, J., Zhao-X.-C., Etheridge, N., and Schaller, G.E. (2007) Ligand-induced degradation of the ethylene receptor ETR2 through a proteasome-dependent pathway in Arabidopsis. J. Biol. Chem. 282: 24752 – 24758

+ View more
Roger D. Sloboda

Roger D. Sloboda

Bloodgood, Robert A., Joseph Tetreault, and Roger D Sloboda. (2019). The Chlamydomonas flagellar membrane glycoprotein FMG-1B is necessary for expression of force at the flagellar surface. Journal of Cell Science, 132, jcs233429. doi:10.1242/jcs.233429

First Person – Robert Bloodgood and Roger Sloboda. (2019). Journal of Cell Science 132, jcs237461. doi:10.1242/jcs.23746

Mizuno, Katsutoshi and Sloboda, Roger D. (2017).  Protein arginine methyltransferases interact with intraflagellar transport particles and change location during flagellar growth and resorption. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 28(9):1208-1222. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E16-11-0774. PMID: 28298486

Sloboda, Roger D. (2016).  Purification and Localization of Intraflagellar Transport Particles and Polypeptides, in: Cytoskeleton; Methods and Protocols, 3rd ed., pp. 119-137.  doi 10.1007/978-1-4939-3124-8_6

Sloboda, Roger D. (2015).  Isolation and Analysis of Microtubules and Associated Proteins, In: Subcellular Fractionation: A Laboratory Manual, edited by Paul R. Pryor, Cold Spring Harbor Press, New York, pp: 115-140.  doi: 10.1101/pdb.top074526

Kull, F. Jon and Roger D. Sloboda (2014).  A Slow Dance for Microtubule AcetylationCell, 157:1255-1256.  doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2014.05.021

Werner-Petersen, Rita and Sloboda, Roger D.  (2013).  Methylation of Structural Components of the Axoneme Occurs During Flagellar DisassemblyBiochemistry, 52:8501-09.  doi 10.1021/bi4011623

Sloboda, Roger D.  (2009). Flagella and Cilia: The Long and the Short of ItCurrent Biology, 19:R1084-1087.  doi 10.1016/j.cell.2014.05.021

Sloboda, Roger D.  (2009).  Post-Translational Protein Modifications in Cilia and FlagellaMethods in Cell Biology, 94:347-363.  doi:10.1016/S0091-679X(08)94018-8

Sloboda, Roger D.  (2009). Purification and Localization of Intraflagellar Transport Particles and Polypeptides, in Methods in Molecular Biology: Cytoskeleton Methods and Protocols, ed. by Ray Gavin, Humana Press, 586:207-225.  doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3124-8_6

Sloboda, Roger D. and Louisa Howard (2009). Protein Methylation in Full Length Chlamydomonas FlagellaCell Motility and the Cytoskeleton, 66:650-660.  doi: 10.1002/cm.20387

Schneider, Mark J., Megan Ulland, and Roger D. Sloboda (2008). A Protein Methylation Pathway in Chlamydomonas Flagella Is Active During Flagellar Resorption, Molecular Biology of the Cell, 19:4319-4327. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E08-05-0470

+ View more
Elizabeth F. Smith

Elizabeth F. Smith

Lin, J., Le, V., Augsperger, K., Tritschler, D., Bower, R., Fu, G., Perrone, C., O’Toole, E.T., VanderWaal Mills, K., Dymek, E.E., Smith, E.F., Nicastro, D. and M.E. Porter (2019) FAP57/WDR65 targets assembly of a subset of inner arm dyneins and connects to regulatory hubs in cilia. Molecular Biology of Cell, 2019 Oct 1;30(21):2659-2680. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E19-07-0367. Epub 2019 Sep 4. PMID: 31483737

Dymek, E.E., Lin, J., Fu, G., Porter, M.E., Nicastro, D. and E.F. Smith (2019)  PACRG and FAP20 form the inner junction of axonemal doublet microtubules and regulate ciliary motility. Molecular Biology of the Cell, 2019 Jul 15;30(15):1805-1816. doi: 10.1091/mbc.E19-01-0063. Epub 2019 May 22. PMID: 31116684

Fu, G., Zhao, L., Dymek, E.E., Hou, Y., Song, K, Phan, N., Shang, Z., Smith, E.F., Witman, G., Nicastro, D. Structural organization of the C1a-e-c supercomplex within the ciliary central apparatus. (submitted)

Loreng, T.D. and E.F. Smith. (2017) The central apparatus of cilia and eukaryotic flagella. In Cilia and Flagella. Wallace Marshall ed. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. 9(2)

Mizuno, K., E.E. Dymek and E.F. Smith. (2016) Microtubule binding protein PACRG plays a role in regulating specific ciliary dyneins during microtubule sliding. Cytoskeleton.Dec;73(12):703-711. doi: 10.1002/cm.21340.

Vasudevan, K.K., Song, K.,  Alford, L.M., Sale, W.S.,  Dymek, E.E., Smith, E.F., Hennessey, T.,  Joachimiak, E.,  Urbanska, P., Wloga, D., Dentler, W., Nicastro, D. and J. Gaertig. (2015) FAP206 is a microtubule-docking adapter for ciliary radial spoke 2 and dynein cMolecular Biology of the Cell. Feb 15;26(4):696-710.

Wren, K.N., Craft, J.M., Tritschler, D., Schauer, A., Patel, D.K., Smith, E.F., Porter, M.E., Kner, P., and K.F. Lechtreck. (2013) A differential cargo-loading model of ciliary length regulation by IFTCurrent Biology. Dec 16;23(24):2463-71.

DiPetrillo, C. and E.F. Smith. (2013) Methods for analysis of calcium / calmodulin signaling in cilia and flagellaMethods in Enzymology, 524: 37-57.

Dymek, E.E., Heuser, T.,  Lin, J.,  Smith,  E.F. and D. Nicastro. (2012) The CSC connects three major axonemal complexes involved in dynein regulation. Molecular Biology of the Cell 23(16):3143-55

DiPetrillo, C. and E.F. Smith. (2011) The Pcdp1 complex coordinates the activity of dynein isoforms to produce wild-type ciliary motility. Molecular Biology of the Cell 22(23):4527-38 .

Brown J.M., DiPetrillo, C. , Smith, E.F. and G.B. Witman. (2012) A FAP46 mutant provides new insights into the function and assembly of the C1d complex of the ciliary central apparatusJournal of Cell Science 125(16):3904-13

Dymek, E.E. and E.F. Smith. (2012) PF19 encodes the p60 catalytic subunit of katanin and is required for assembly of the flagellar central apparatus in Chlamydomonas. J. Cell Science 125(Pt 14):3357-66

Goduti, D., and E.F. Smith. (2012) Analyses of functional domains within the PF6 protein of the central apparatus reveal a role for PF6 sub-complex members in regulating flagellar beat frequency. Cytoskeleton 69(3):179-94


DiPetrillo, C. and E.F. Smith. (2011) The Pcdp1 complex coordinates the activity of dynein isoforms to produce wild-type ciliary motility. Molecular Biology of the Cell 22(23):4527-38

Dymek, E.E.,  Heuser, T., Nicastro, D. and E.F. Smith. (2011) The CSC is required for complete radial spoke assembly and wild-type ciliary motility. Molecular Biology of the Cell 22(14):2520-31

Smith, E.F. and R. Rohatgi. (2011) Cilia 2010: The surprise organelle of the decade. Science Signaling. 4:55 mr1. 

Straschil, U., Talman, A., Ferguson, D., Bunting, K., Xu, Z., Bailes, L., Coates, J., Holder, T., Smith, E.F. and R. Tewari. (2010) The Armadillo repeat protein PF16 is essential for flagellar structure and function in Plasmodium male gametes. PLoS ONE . Vol. 5:10 e12901

DiPetrillo, C., and E.F. Smith. (2010) Pcdp1 is a central apparatus protein that binds Ca 2+ -calmodulin and regulates ciliary motility. Journal of Cell Biology 189(3):601-612

+ View more

Mark R. Spaller

Knafo S, Sánchez-Puelles C, Palomer E, Delgado I, Draffin JE, Mingo J, Wahle T, Kaleka K, Mou L, Pereda-Perez I, Klosi E, Faber EB, Chapman HM, Lozano-Montes L, Ortega-Molina A, Ordóñez-Gutiérrez L, Wandosell F, Viña J, Dotti CG, Hall RA, Pulido R, Gerges NZ, Chan AM, Spaller MR, Serrano M, Venero C, Esteban JA. "PTEN recruitment controls synaptic and cognitive function in Alzheimer's models." Nat Neurosci. 2016, 19, 443-53

Marshall J, Wong KY, Rupasinghe CN, Tiwari R, Zhao X, Berberoglu ED, Sinkler C, Liu J, Lee I, Parang K, Spaller MR, Hüttemann M, Goebel DJ. "Inhibition of N-methyl-D-aspartate-induced retinal neuronal death by polyarginine peptides Is linked to the attenuation of stress-induced hyperpolarization of the inner mitochondrial membrane potential." Biol Chem. 2015, 290, 22030-48

Pal K, Pletnev AA, Dutta SK, Wang E, Zhao R, Baral A, Yadav VK, Aggarwal S, Krishnaswamy S, Alkharfy KM, Chowdhury S, Spaller MR, Mukhopadhyay D. "Inhibition of endoglin-GIPC interaction inhibits pancreatic cancer cell growth." Mol Cancer Ther. 2014, 13, 2264-75

Amacher JF, Zhao R, Spaller MR, Madden DR. "Chemically modified peptide scaffolds target the CFTR-associated ligand PDZ domain." PLoS One 2014, 19;9(8):e103650

LeBlanc BW, Iwata M, Mallon AP, Rupasinghe CN, Goebel DJ, Marshall J, Spaller MR, Saab CY. "A cyclic peptide targeted against PSD-95 blocks central sensitization and attenuates thermal hyperalgesia." Neuroscience. 2010, 167, 490-500

Sharma SC, Memic A, Rupasinghe CN, Duc AC, Spaller MR. "T7 phage display as a method of peptide ligand discovery for PDZ domain proteins." Biopolymers. 2009, 92, 183-93

Test alt

Paula R. Sundstrom

Kim S, Nguyen QB, Wolyniak MJ, Frechette G, Lehman CR, Fox BK, Sundstrom P.  Release of transcriptional repression through the HCR promoter region confers uniform expression of HWP1 on surfaces of Candida albicans germ tubes. PLoS One. 2018 Feb 13;13(2):e0192260. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0192260. eCollection 2018. PMID:  29438403

Hogan DA, Sundstrom PThe Ras/cAMP/PKA signaling pathway and virulence in Candida albicans. Future Microbiol 2009 Dec; 4(10):1263-70PMID: 19995187

Rollenhagen C, Wollert T, Langford GM, Sundstrom P. Stimulation of cell motility and expression of late markers of differentiation in human oral keratinocytes by Candida albicans. Cell Microbiol 2009 Jun; 11(6):946-66PMID: 19302578

Wolyniak MJ, Sundstrom PRole of actin cytoskeletal dynamics in activation of the cyclic AMP pathway and HWP1 gene expression in Candida albicans.Eukaryot Cell 2007 Oct; 6(10):1824-40PMID: 17715368

Ponniah G, Rollenhagen C, Bahn YS, Staab JF, Sundstrom P. State of differentiation defines buccal epithelial cell affinity for cross-linking to Candida albicans. Hwp1.J Oral Pathol Med 2007 Sep; 36(8):456-67PMID: 17686003

Kim S, Wolyniak MJ, Staab JF, Sundstrom P. 368-base-pair cis-acting HWP1 promoter region, HCR, of Candida albicans confers hypha-specific gene regulation and binds architectural transcription factors Nhp6 and Gcf1p.Eukaryot Cell 2007 Apr; 6(4):693-709PMID: 17220463

+ View more

Hannah ter Hofstede

Symes, LB, Wershoven NL, Hoeger L, Ralston JS, Martinson SJ, ter Hofstede HM, Palmer CM (2019) Applying and refining DNA analysis to determine the identity of plant material extracted from the digestive tracts of katydids. PeerJ. May 3;7:e6808. doi: 10.7717/peerj.6808. eCollection 2019.

Symes L, Martinson S, Höger LO, Page RA, ter Hofstede HM (2018) From understory to canopy: In situ behavior of Neotropical forest katydids in response to bat echolocation calls. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2018: a227.

Gordon SD, ter Hofstede HM (2018) The influence of bat echolocation call duration and timing on auditory encoding of predator distance in noctuoid moths. Journal of Experimental Biology 221: a171561.

ter Hofstede HM, Voigt-Heucke SL, Lang A, Römer H, Page RA, Faure PA, Dechmann DKN (2017) Revisiting adaptations of neotropical katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) to gleaning bat predation. Neotropical Biodiversity 3: 41-49.

Symes LB, Page RA, ter Hofstede HM (2016) Effects of acoustic environment on male calling activity and timing in Neotropical forest katydids. Behav Ecol Sociobiol online first DOI 10.1007/s00265-016-2157-4.

ter Hofstede HM, Ratcliffe JM (2016) Evolutionary escalation: the bat-moth arms race. J Exp Biol 219: 1589-1602.

ter Hofstede HM, Schoneich S, Robillard T, Hedwig B (2015) Evolution of a communication system by sensory exploitation of startle behavior. Curr Biol 25: 1-8.

Falk JJ, ter Hofstede HM, Jones PL, Dixon MM, Faure PA, Kalko EKV, Page RA (2015) Sensory-based niche partitioning in a multiple predator - multiple prey community. Proc R Soc B 282: 20150520.

Robillard T, ter Hofstede HM, Orivel J, Vincente NM (2015) Bioacoustics of the Neotropical Eneopterinae (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Gryllidae). Bioacoustics 24: 123-143.

ter Hofstede HM, Goerlitz HR, Ratcliffe JM, Holderied MW, Surlykke A (2013) The simple ears of moths are tuned to the calls of their sympatric bat community. J Exp Biol, doi: 10.1242/jeb.093294.

ter Hofstede HM, Goerlitz HR, Montealegre-Z F, Robert D, Holderied MW (2011) Tympanal mechanics and neural responses in the ears of a noctuid moth. Naturwissenschaften 98:1057-1061

Goerlitz HR, ter Hofstede HM, Zeale MRK, Jones G, Holderied MW (2010) An aerial-hawking bat uses stealth echolocation to counter moth hearing. Current Biology 20:1568-1572

ter Hofstede HM, Kalko EKV, Fullard J (2010) Auditory-based defence against gleaning bats in Neotropical katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). J Comp Physiol A 196:349-358

ter Hofstede HM, Killow J, Fullard J (2009) Gleaning bat echolocation calls do not elicit antipredator behaviour in the Pacific field cricket, Teleogryllus oceanicus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). J Comp Physiol A 195:769–776

ter Hofstede HM, Fullard JH (2008) The neuroethology of song cessation in response to gleaning bat calls in two species of katydids, Neoconocephalus ensiger and Amblycorypha oblongifolia. J Exp Biol 211:2431-2441

+ View more

Ross A. Virginia

Gooseff, M. N., J. E. Barrett, B. J. Adams, P. T. Doran, A. G. Fountain, W. B. Lyons, D. M. McKnight, J. C. Priscu, E. Sokol, C. Takacs-Vesbach, M. L. Vandegehuchte, R. A. Virginia, and D. H. Wall. Decadal ecosystem response to an anomalous melt season in a polar desert in Antarctica. Nature Ecology and Evolution (2017) doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0253-0

Heindel, R. C., L. E. Culler, and R. A. Virginia. Rates and processes of aeolian soil erosion in West Greenland. The Holocene (2017) 1-10, DOI: 10.1177/0959683616687381 

Bradley-Cook, J I, and R A Virginia. Soil carbon storage and respiration potential across an age and climate gradient in western Greenland. Polar Biology 39:1283-1295, (2016) DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1853-2

Heindel, R C, J W Chipman, and R A Virginia. The spatial distribution and ecological impacts of aeolian soil erosion in Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland. Annals fo the Association of American Geographers (2015) 105(5):875-890, DOI: 10.1080/00045608.2015.1059176  Press release

Mikucki, J A, E Auken, S Tulacyzk, R A Virginia, C Schamper, K I Sorensen, P T Doran, H Dugan, and N Foley.  Deep groundwater and potential subsurface habitats beneath an Antarctic dy valley. Nature Communications 6, Article number: 6831, doi:10.1038/ncomms7831 (2015)

Dugan, H A, P T Doran, S Tulaczyk, J A Mikucki, S A Arcone, E Auken, C Schamper, and R A Virginia. Subsurface imaging reveals a confined aquifer beneath an ice-sealed Antarctic lake. Geophys. Res Lett, 42:96-103, (2015)

Ball, B A, C R Tellez, and R A Virginia. Penquin activity influences soil biogeochemistry and soil respiration in rookeries on Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 38:1357-1368 (2015) DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1699-7

Ball, B A and R A Virginia. Controls on diel CO2 flux across soil mositure gradients in a polar desert. Antarctic Science 27:527-534, doi: 10.1017/S0954102015000255 (2015)

Ball, B A and R A Virginia, The ecological role of moss in a polar desert: implications for aboveground- belowground and terrestrial- aquatic linkages. Polar Biology, 37 (2014), 651-664

Ball, B A and R A Virginia. Microbial biomass and respiration responses to nitrogen fertilization in a polar desert. Polar Biology 37 (2014):573-585

Collins, J. F., M. Sfraga, R. A. Virginia, and K. S. Yalowitz. 2013. A Euro-Atlantic Action Plan for Cooperation and Enhanced Arctic Security. Conference Report and Recommendations to the Arctic Council and Interested Parties. February 11-12, 2013, Carnegie Endowment of International Peace, Washington, D. C. and the University of the Arctic Institute for Applied Circumpolar Policy

Virginia, R. A. and D. H. Wall. Ecosystem Function, Principles of.  In: Levin, S. A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 3 (2013), pp. 90-95, Academic Press: Waltham MA

Levy L, M A Kelly, J A Howley, and R A Virginia. Age of the Ørkendalen moraines, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland: Constraints on the extent of the southwestern margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet during the Holocene, Quaternary Science Reviews 52 (2012) 1-5

Holm, L K, L A Grenoble, and R A Virginia. A Praxis for Ethical Research and Scientific Conduct in Greenland, Études/Inuit/Studies 35 (2011) 187-200

Virginia, R A, An Ecosystem Approach to Mountain Resorts in Mountain Resorts: Law and Ecology.  J E Milne, J LaMense and R A Virginia (eds.) Ashgate Press, (2009) 24-38

Barrett, J E, R A Virginia, et al., Persistent effects of a discrete climate event on a polar desert ecosystem. Global Change Biology 14:10 (2008) 2249-2261

Chapin, F S III, M Berman, T V Callaghan, et al., “Polar Systems,” in Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Current State and Trends. The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Series, Vol. 1 , R Hassan, R Scholes and N Ash (eds.), (2005) 717-743

Brooks, R O, R T Jones, and R A Virginia. Law and Ecology: The Rise of the Ecosystem Regime. Ashgate Press (2002), 430pp.

Fountain, A. G., G. Saba, S. Stammerjohn, B. Adams, P. Doran, W. Fraser, M. Gooseff, M. Obryk, J. Priscu, and R. A. Virginia.The role of a large-scale climate event on Antarctic ecosystem processes. BioScience 66:848-863 (2016)

+ View more
Lee A Witters

Lee Alan Witters

Hurley, RL, Barre, LK, Wood, SD, Anderson, KA, Kemp, BE, Means, AR and Witters, LA (2006), Regulation of AMP-activated protein kinase by multi-site phosphorylation in response to agents that elevate cellular cAMP, J. Biol. Chem. 281, 36662-36672,

Barre, L, Richardson, C, Hirshman, MF, Brozinick, Fiering, S, Kemp, BE, Goodyear, LJ and Witters, LA (2007) A genetic model for the chronic activation of skeletal muscle AMP-activated protein kinase leads to glycogen accumulation, Am J Physiol Endo Metab, 292, E802-811

Gleason, CE, Lu, D, Witters, LA, Newgard, CB and Birnbaum, MJ, (2007) The role of AMPK and mTOR in nutrient sensing in pancreatic β-cells, J. Biol. Chem., 282, 10341-103451

Roecki, KSC, Hirshman, MF, Brandauer, J, Fujii, N.. Witters, LA and Goodyear, LJ (2007), Skeletal Muscle Adaptation to Exercise Training AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Mediates Muscle Fiber Type Shift, Diabetes, 56, 2062-2069

Anderson, KA, Riber, T, Lin, F, Noeldner, P, Green, M, Murhlbauer, MJ, Witters LA, Kemp, BE and Means, AM (2008) A role for CaMKK2 in hypothalamic regulation of energy balance, Cell Metabolism, 7, 377-388

Folmes, KD, Witters LA, Allard, MF, Young ME and Dyck, JRB (2007) The AMPK gamma-1 R70Q mutant regulated multiple metabolic and growth pathways in the cardiac myocyte, Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol., 293(6):H3456-64

Vadasz, I, Dada, LA, Briva, A, C hen, J, Welch, LC, Diaz, I, Lecuona, E, Chandel, NS, Witters, LA, Seeger, W and Sznajder, JI (2008) AMP-activated protein kinase mediates the high CO2-induced alveolar epithelial dysfunction by down-regulating the Na,K-ATPase, J Clin Invest, 118(2):752-62

Ho, RC, Fujii, N, Witters, La, Hirshman, MF and Goodyear, LJ (2007) Dissociation of AMP-activated protein kinase and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling in skeletal muscle, Biochem Biophys Res Comm, 362(2):354-9

Iseli, TJ, Oakhill, JS, Bailey, MF, Wee, S, Walter, M, van Denderen, BJ, Castelli, LA, Katsis, F, Witters, LA, Stapeton, D, Macauley, SL, Mickhell, BJ and Kemp, BE (2008) AMPK subunit interactions: β1 Thr-263 and Tyr-267 are required for β1:γ1 association, J Biol Chem, 283(8):4799-807

Witters, LA (2008) A Diligent Effort, Dartmouth Medicine, 32, 52-65

Witters, LA, Luciano, M, Williams, C and Yang, J (2008), Diabetes Detective, Dartmouth Medicine, 33, 36-41

Gusarova, GA, Dada, LA, Kelly, A, Brodie, C, Witters, LA and Sznajder, JI (2009) α-1-AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) regulates hypoxia-induced NaK-ATPase encocytosis via direct phosphorylation of PKCζ, Mol Cell Biol, 29, 3455-3464

Joly, E, Roduit, R, Peyot, M-L, Habinowski, SA, Ruderman, N, Witters, LA and Prentki, M (2009) Glucose represses peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α gene expression via AMP-activated protein kinase but not via p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase in the pancreatic β-cell, J Diabetes, 1. 263-272

Baumrin, E, Corbett, W, Kulkarni, A and Witters LA (2009) The most unspeakable terror, Dartmouth Medicine, 34, 44-57

+ View more
Olga Zhaxybayeva

Olga Zhaxybayeva

Migun Shakya, Shannon M. Soucy, and Olga Zhaxybayeva (2017) "Insights into Origin and Evolution of alpha-proteobacterial Gene Transfer Agents", Virus Evolution, 3: vex036.

Stephen M. J. Pollo, Abigail A. Adebusuy, Timothy J. Straub, Julia M. Foght, Olga Zhaxybayeva, Camilla L. Nesbo (2017) "Genomic insights and temperature-dependent transcriptional responses of Kosmotoga olearia, a deep-biosphere bacterium that can grow from 20C to 79C", Extremophiles, 21:963-979.

Straub TJ and Zhaxybayeva O (2017) "A null model for microbial diversification", Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 114: E5414-E5423.

Lori R. Shapiro, Erin D. Scully, Timothy J. Straub, Jihye Park, Andrew G. Stephenson, Gwyn Beattie, Mark Gleason, Roberto Kolter, Miguel C. Coelho, Consuelo M. DeMoraes, Mark C. Mescher, and Olga Zhaxybayeva (2016) "Horizontal Gene Acquisitions, Mobile Element Proliferation, and Genome Decay in the Host-Restricted Plant Pathogen Erwinia tracheiphila", Genome Biol Evol., 8:649-664.

Pollo SM, Zhaxybayeva O, Nesbo CL (2015) "Insights into thermoadaptation and the evolution of mesophily from the bacterial phylum Thermotogae." Can J Microbiol., 61:655-70.

Lossouarn J, Nesbo CL, Mercier C, Zhaxybayeva O, Johnson MS, Charchuck R, Farasin J, Bienvenu N, Baudoux AC, Michoud G, Jebbar M, Geslin C. (2015) "Menage a trois": a selfish genetic element uses a virus to propagate within Thermotogales. Environ Microbiol., 17:3278-88.

Nesbo CL, S Swithers K, Dahle H, Haverkamp TH, Birkeland NK, Sokolova T, Kublanov I, Zhaxybayeva O. (2015) "Evidence for extensive gene flow and Thermotoga subpopulations in subsurface and marine environments." ISME J., 9:1532-42.

Complete list of publications is available at

+ View more