Publications

2016

Paper

  1. Fat Metabolism Regulates Satiety Behavior in C. elegansHyun M, Davis K, Lee I, Kim J, Dumur C and You YJ Group of Genetic and Metabolic Regulation of BehaviorScientific Reports 6 :24841, 2016. doi: 10.1038/srep24841Open Access
  2. The Organization of Projection Neurons and Local Neurons of the Primary Auditory Center in the Fruit Fly Drosophila melanogasterMatsuo E, Seki H, Asai T, Morimoto T, Miyakawa H, Ito K and Kamikouchi Group of Neural CircuitA. Journal of Comparative Neurology. 524(6):1099-164, 2016[PubMed]
  3. NHX-5, an Endosomal Na+/H+ Exchanger, Is Associated with Metformin ActionKim J, Lee HY, Ahn J, Hyun M, Lee I, Min KJ and You YJ. Group of Genetic and Metabolic Regulation of BehaviorThe Journal of Biological Chemistry. 291(35):18591-9, 2016Open Access
  4. Single-Cell Memory Regulates a Neural Circuit for Sensory BehaviorKobayashi K, Nakano S, Amano, M, Tsuboi D, Nishioka T, Ikeda S, Yokoyama G, Kaibuchi K and Mori I. Group of Molecular NeurobiologyCell Reports. 1; 11–21, 2016Open Access
  5. BLIMP-1/BLMP-1 and Metastasis-Associated Protein Regulate Stress Resistant Development in Caenorhabditis elegansHyun M, Kim J, Dumur C, Schroeder FC and You YJ. Group of Genetic and Metabolic Regulation of BehaviorGenetics. 203(4):1721-32, 2016 Open Access
  6. Reconstruction of spatial thermal gradient encoded in thermosensory neuron AFD in Caenorhabditis elegansTsukada Y, Yamao M, Naoki H, Shimowada T, Ohnishi N, Kuhara A, Ishii S and Mori I. Group of Molecular NeurobiologyJ Neurosci. 36(9): 2571-2581, 2016Open Access

Review

  1. Auditory System of Fruit FliesIshikawa Y and Kamikouchi A. Group of Neural CircuitHearing Research. 338: 1-8 (2016)Publisher Link

Book Chapter

  1. Hearing in DrosophilaKamikouchi A and Ishikawa Y. Group of Neural CircuitChapter 10, pp239-262. Insect Hearing, Springer (2016) Publisher Link
  2. Auditory TransductionEberl D, Kamikouchi A and Albert JT. Group of Neural CircuitChapter 4, pp158-175. Insect Hearing, Springer (2016)Publisher Link

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