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Ewald CY, Landis JN, Abate JPorter, Murphy CT, T Blackwell K.  2015.  Dauer-independent insulin/IGF-1-signalling implicates collagen remodelling in longevity.. Nature. 519(7541):97-101.
Tepper RG, Murphy CT, Bussemaker HJ.  2014.  DAF-16 and PQM-1: partners in longevity.. Aging (Albany NY). 6(1):5-6.
Kaletsky R, Moore RS, Parsons LL, Murphy CT.  2019.  Cross-kingdom recognition of bacterial small RNAs induces transgenerational pathogenic avoidance. bioRxiv. 697888
Arey RN, Murphy CT.  2017.  Conserved regulators of cognitive aging: From worms to humans.. Behav Brain Res. 322(Pt B):299-310.
Oliveira RP, Abate JPorter, Dilks K, Landis J, Ashraf J, Murphy CT, T Blackwell K.  2009.  Condition-adapted stress and longevity gene regulation by Caenorhabditis elegans SKN-1/Nrf.. Aging Cell. 8(5):524-41.
McCarroll SA, Murphy CT, Zou S, Pletcher SD, Chin C-S, Jan YNung, Kenyon C, Bargmann CI, Li H.  2004.  Comparing genomic expression patterns across species identifies shared transcriptional profile in aging.. Nat Genet. 36(2):197-204.
Crocker A, Guan X-J, Murphy CT, Murthy M.  2016.  Cell-Type-Specific Transcriptome Analysis in the Drosophila Mushroom Body Reveals Memory-Related Changes in Gene Expression.. Cell Rep. 15(7):1580-1596.
Wang J, Kaletsky R, Silva M, Williams A, Haas LA, Androwski RJ, Landis JN, Patrick C, Rashid A, Santiago-Martinez D et al..  2015.  Cell-Specific Transcriptional Profiling of Ciliated Sensory Neurons Reveals Regulators of Behavior and Extracellular Vesicle Biogenesis.. Curr Biol. 25(24):3232-8.
Blackstone C, Murphy CT.  2012.  Cell biology of disease and aging: a two-way street. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 23:975-975.
DiLoreto R, Murphy CT.  2015.  The cell biology of aging.. Mol Biol Cell. 26(25):4524-31.
Tabuchi TM, Rechtsteiner A, Jeffers TE, Egelhofer TA, Murphy CT, Strome S.  2018.  Caenorhabditis elegans sperm carry a histone-based epigenetic memory of both spermatogenesis and oogenesis.. Nat Commun. 9(1):4310.
Luo S, Murphy CT.  2011.  Caenorhabditis elegans reproductive aging: Regulation and underlying mechanisms.. Genesis. 49(2):53-65.
Shaw WM, Luo S, Landis J, Ashraf J, Murphy CT.  2007.  The C. elegans TGF-beta Dauer pathway regulates longevity via insulin signaling.. Curr Biol. 17(19):1635-45.
Stein GM, Murphy CT.  2014.  C. elegans positive olfactory associative memory is a molecularly conserved behavioral paradigm.. Neurobiol Learn Mem. 115:86-94.
Kauffman A, Parsons L, Stein G, Wills A, Kaletsky R, Murphy C.  2011.  C. elegans positive butanone learning, short-term, and long-term associative memory assays.. J Vis Exp. (49)
Moore RS, Kaletsky R, Murphy CTara.  2018.  C. elegans pathogenic learning confers multigenerational pathogen avoidance. bioRxiv.
Hahm J-H, Kim S, DiLoreto R, Shi C, Lee S-JV, Murphy CT, Nam HGil.  2015.  C. elegans maximum velocity correlates with healthspan and is maintained in worms with an insulin receptor mutation.. Nat Commun. 6:8919.
Kaletsky R, Lakhina V, Arey R, Williams A, Landis J, Ashraf J, Murphy CT.  2016.  The C. elegans adult neuronal IIS/FOXO transcriptome reveals adult phenotype regulators.. Nature. 529(7584):92-6.
Murphy CT.  2019.  Being Open to the Unexpected. Mol Biol Cell.
Murphy CT.  2010.  Aging: miRacles of longevity? Curr Biol. 20(24):R1076-8.
Arey RN, Stein GM, Kaletsky R, Kauffman A, Murphy CT.  2018.  Activation of G Signaling Enhances Memory Consolidation and Slows Cognitive Decline.. Neuron. 98(3):562-574.e5.
Kaletsky R., Moore R.S., Vrla G.D, Parsons L.R., Gitai Z., Murphy CT..  2020.  9d. C. elegans “read” bacterial non-coding RNA to learn pathogenic avoidance. bioRxiv .
Murphy CT..  2020.  9c. Short and sweet. Elife.
Sohrabi S, Mor DE, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Murphy CT.  2021.  9c. High-throughput behavioral screen in C. elegans reveals novel Parkinson’s disease drug candidates. Comm Biology .
Mor DE, Sohrabi S, Kaletsky R, Keyes W, Kalia V, Miller GW, Murphy CT.  2020.  9b. Metabolic defects cause hyperactive mitochondria and Parkinson’s disease-like traits. bioRxiv.

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