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Rahimi M, Sohrabi S, Murphy C. 2022. 1. Novel elasticity measurements reveal C. elegans cuticle stiffens with age and in a long-lived mutant. Biophysical Society.
Moore R, Kaletsky R, Lesnik C, Cota V, Blackman E, Parsons L, Gitai Z, Murphy C. 2020. 1. “Horizontal and vertical transmission of transgenerational memories via the Cer1 transposon. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.12.28.424563 .
Cota V, Murphy C. 2021. 2. Fission and PINK-1-mediated mitophagy are required for Insulin/IGF-1 signaling mutant reproductive longevity. bioRxiv.
Heimbucher T, Hog J, Gupta P, Murphy C. 2020. 2. PQM-1 controls hypoxic survival via regulation of lipid metabolism. Nature Commun.
Shi C, Murphy C. 2021. 3. piRNAs regulate a Hedgehog germline-to-soma pro-aging signal. bioRxiv .
Shi C, Murphy C. 2020. 3. Sex and Death. Curr. Topics in Dev. Biol.
Mor D, Huertas F, Morse A, Kaletsky R, Murphy C, Kalia V, Miller G, Moskalenko O, Conesa A, McIntyre L. 2021. 4. GAIT-GM integrative cross-omics analyses reveal cholinergic defects in a C. elegans model of Parkinson’s disease. bioRxiv.
Mor D, Sohrabi S, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Tartici A, Kalia V, Miller G, Murphy C. 2020. 4. Metformin rescues Parkinson’s disease phenotypes caused by hyperactive mitochondria. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Kaletsky R, Moore R, Vrla G, Parsons L, Gitai Z, Murphy C. 2020. 5. C. elegans interprets bacterial non-coding RNAs to learn pathogenic avoidance. Nature.
Moore R, Kaletsky R, Lesnik C, Cota V, Blackman E, Parsons L, Gitai Z, Murphy C. 2021. 5. The role of the Cer1 transposon in horizontal transfer of transgenerational memory. Cell.
Sohrabi S, Moore R, Murphy C. 2021. 6. CeAid: A smartphone application for logging and plotting C. elegans assays. G3 Genes|Genomes|Genetics .
Choi L, Shi C, Murphy C. 2020. 6. Oleic acid protects Caenorhabditis mothers from mating-induced death. bioRxiv .
Templeman N, Cota V, Keyes W, Kaletsky R, Murphy C. 2020. 7. CREB Non-autonomously Controls Reproductive Aging through Hedgehog/Patched Signaling. Dev Cell. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32544391/.
Moore R, Kaletsky R, Murphy C. 2021. 7. Protocol for transgenerational learned pathogen avoidance behavior assays in Caenorhabditis elegans. STAR protocols.
Choi L, Shi C, Ashraf J, Sohrabi S, Murphy C. 2021. 8. Oleic Acid Protects Caenorhabditis Mothers From Mating-Induced Death and the Cost of Reproduction. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology . Front. Cell & Dev Biol 9, 1430 .
Kaletsky R, Murphy C. 2020. 8. Transcriptional Profiling of C. elegans Adult Cells and Tissues with Age. .Methods Mol Biol. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32410035/.
Templeman N, Cota V, Keyes W, Kaletsky R, Murphy C. 2020. 9. CREB non-autonomously regulates Reproductive Aging through Hedgehog/Patched Signalling. bioRxiv.
Lee Y, Jung Y, Jeong D, Hwang W, Ham S, Park H, Kwon S, Ashraf J, Murphy C, Lee S. 2021. 9. Reduced insulin/IGF1 signaling prevents immune aging via ZIP-10/bZIP-mediated feedforward loop.
Sohrabi S, Mor D, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Murphy C. 2020. 9a. High-throughput behavioral screen in C. elegans reveals novel Parkinson’s disease drug candidates. bioRxiv .
Baumeister R, Murphy C, Heimbucher T. 2021. 9b. Metabolic adaptation to hypoxia: do worms and cancer cells share common metabolic responses to hypotic stress?.
Mor D, Sohrabi S, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Kalia V, Miller G, Murphy C. 2020. 9b. Metabolic defects cause hyperactive mitochondria and Parkinson’s disease-like traits. bioRxiv.
Sohrabi S, Mor D, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Murphy C. 2021. 9c. High-throughput behavioral screen in C. elegans reveals novel Parkinson’s disease drug candidates. Comm Biology .
Murphy C. 2020. 9c. Short and sweet. Elife. https://elifesciences.org/articles/55220.
Kaletsky R, Moore R, Vrla G, Parsons L, Gitai Z, Murphy C. 2020. 9d. C. elegans “read” bacterial non-coding RNA to learn pathogenic avoidance. bioRxiv .

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Arey R, Stein G, Kaletsky R, Kauffman A, Murphy C. 2018. Activation of G Signaling Enhances Memory Consolidation and Slows Cognitive Decline. Neuron. 98(3):562–574.e5. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2018.03.039.