Recommended Readings: Coleen Murphy, Ph.D. Friday April 26, 2019

Recommended Readings: Coleen Murphy, Ph.D. Friday April 26, 2019

Friday LecturesColeen Murphy, Ph.D.

Friday, April 26, 2019  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Coleen Murphy Ph.D.

 Professor and Director

Glenn Center for Quantitative Aging Research

                                                          Princeton University

Transgenerational Inheritance of Pathogen Avoidance (or, How Getting Food Sickness Might Save Your Species)


Recommended Readings:

Science News

Paternal transmission of epigenetic memory via sperm. October 17, 2018. Science Daily

Empirical Articles

Moore RS, Kaletsky R, Murphy Coleen Tara.  (2018).  C. elegans pathogenic learning confers multigenerational pathogen avoidance.  BioRxiv

Tabuchi, Tomoko M.; Rechtsteiner, Andreas; Jeffers, Tess E.; et al. (2018). Caenorhabditis elegans sperm carry a histone-based epigenetic memory of both spermatogenesis and oogenesis. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS. 9

Kaletsky, Rachel; Yao, Victoria; Williams, April; et al. (2018). Transcriptome analysis of adult Caenorhabditis elegans cells reveals tissue-specific gene and isoform expression. PLOS GENETICS. 14 (8)

Review Paper

Templeman, Nicole M.; Murphy, Coleen T. (2018). Regulation of reproduction and longevity by nutrient-sensing pathways. JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY. 217 (1): 93-106

Book Chapter

Shi, Cheng; Murphy, Coleen T. (2017). Reproductive Ageing. AGEING: LESSONS FROM C. ELEGANS. 5: 137-162

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