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McIntyre LM, Huertas F, Morse AM, Kaletsky R, Murphy CT, Kalia V, et al. GAIT-GM integrative cross-omics analyses reveal cholinergic defects in a C. elegans model of Parkinson's disease. Sci Rep. 2022 ;12(1):3268.
Rahimi M, Sohrabi S, Murphy CT. Novel elasticity measurements reveal C. elegans cuticle stiffens with age and in a long-lived mutant. Biophys J. 2022 ;121(4):515-524.
McEnany J, Meir Y, Wingreen NS. piRNAs of Caenorhabditis elegans broadly silence nonself sequences through functionally random targeting. Nucleic Acids Res. 2022 ;50(3):1416-1429.
Sohrabi S, Moore RS, Murphy CT. CeAid: a smartphone application for logging and plotting Caenorhabditis elegans assays. G3 (Bethesda). 2021 ;11(10).
Hallinen KM, Dempsey R, Scholz M, Yu X, Linder A, Randi F, et al. Decoding locomotion from population neural activity in moving . Elife. 2021 ;10.
Sohrabi S, Mor DE, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Murphy CT. High-throughput behavioral screen in C. elegans reveals Parkinson's disease drug candidates. Commun Biol. 2021 ;4(1):203.
Baumeister R, Murphy CT, Heimbucher T. Metabolic adaptation to hypoxia: do worms and cancer cells share common metabolic responses to hypoxic stress?. Cell Death Differ. 2021 ;28(4):1434-1436.
Cofer EM, Raimundo J, Tadych A, Yamazaki Y, Wong AK, Theesfeld CL, et al. Modeling transcriptional regulation of model species with deep learning. Genome Res. 2021 ;31(6):1097-1105.
Moore RS, Kaletsky R, Murphy CT. Protocol for transgenerational learned pathogen avoidance behavior assays in . STAR Protoc. 2021 ;2(1):100384.
Lee Y, Jung Y, Jeong D-E, Hwang W, Ham S, Park H-EH, et al. Reduced insulin/IGF1 signaling prevents immune aging via ZIP-10/bZIP-mediated feedforward loop. J Cell Biol. 2021 ;220(5).
Moore RS, Kaletsky R, Lesnik C, Cota V, Blackman E, Parsons LR, et al. The role of the Cer1 transposon in horizontal transfer of transgenerational memory. Cell. 2021 ;184(18):4697-4712.e18.
Shi C, Murphy CT. Sex and death. Curr Top Dev Biol. 2021 ;144:353-375.
Kaletsky R, Moore RS, Vrla GD, Parsons LR, Gitai Z, Murphy CT. C. elegans interprets bacterial non-coding RNAs to learn pathogenic avoidance. Nature. 2020 ;586(7829):445-451.
Templeman NM, Cota V, Keyes W, Kaletsky R, Murphy CT. CREB Non-autonomously Controls Reproductive Aging through Hedgehog/Patched Signaling. Dev Cell. 2020 ;54(1):92-105.e5.
Mor DE, Sohrabi S, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Tartici A, Kalia V, et al. Metformin rescues Parkinson's disease phenotypes caused by hyperactive mitochondria. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 ;117(42):26438-26447.
Chen Y-C, Seyedsayamdost MR, Ringstad N. A microbial metabolite synergizes with endogenous serotonin to trigger reproductive behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 ;117(48):30589-30598.
Heimbucher T, Hog J, Gupta P, Murphy CT. PQM-1 controls hypoxic survival via regulation of lipid metabolism. Nat Commun. 2020 ;11(1):4627.
Murphy CT. Short and sweet. Elife. 2020 ;9.
Kaletsky R, Murphy CT. Transcriptional Profiling of C. elegans Adult Cells and Tissues with Age. Methods Mol Biol. 2020 ;2144:177-186.
McCready AR, Paczkowski JE, Cong J-P, Bassler BL. An autoinducer-independent RhlR quorum-sensing receptor enables analysis of RhlR regulation. PLoS Pathog. 2019 ;15(6):e1007820.
Shi C, Booth LN, Murphy CT. Insulin-like peptides and the mTOR-TFEB pathway protect hermaphrodites from mating-induced death. Elife. 2019 ;8.
Arey RN, Kaletsky R, Murphy CT. Nervous system-wide profiling of presynaptic mRNAs reveals regulators of associative memory. Sci Rep. 2019 ;9(1):20314.
Heimbucher T, Murphy CT. A PBX/MEIS Complex Balances Reproduction and Somatic Resilience. Dev Cell. 2019 ;49(2):157-158.
Moore RS, Kaletsky R, Murphy CT. Piwi/PRG-1 Argonaute and TGF-β Mediate Transgenerational Learned Pathogenic Avoidance. Cell. 2019 ;177(7):1827-1841.e12.
Arey RN, Stein GM, Kaletsky R, Kauffman A, Murphy CT. Activation of G Signaling Enhances Memory Consolidation and Slows Cognitive Decline. Neuron. 2018 ;98(3):562-574.e5.