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Ellis, L.L. and G.E. Carney. Socially-responsive gene expression in male Drosophila melanogaster is influenced by the sex of the interacting partner (2011). Genetics 187: 157-169. Featured by Genetics for a press release in EurekAlert! January 2011.
Ellis, L.L. and G.E. Carney. Mating alters gene expression patterns in Drosophila melanogaster male heads (2010). BMC Genomics 2010, 11:558.
Small, C.M., G.E. Carney, Q. Mo, M. Vannucci, A.G. Jones. Microarray analyses reveal a masculinized transcriptome in Danio rerio (2009). BMC Genomics 2009, 10:579.
Ellis, L.L. and G.E. Carney. Drosophila melanogaster males respond differently at the behavioral and genome-wide levels to Drosophila melanogaster and Drosophila simulans females (2009). J. Evol. Biol. 22: 2183-2191.
Boltz, K.A. and G.E. Carney. Loss of p24 function in Drosophila melanogaster causes a stress response and increased levels of NF-kappaB-regulated gene products (2008). BMC
Carney, G.E. A rapid genome-wide response to Drosophila courtship interactions (2007), BMC Genomics 2007, 8:288. Featured in Faculty of 1000 Biology, 28 Aug 2007.
Boltz, K.A., L.L. Ellis and G.E. Carney. Drosophila melanogaster p24 genes have developmental, tissue-specific and sex-specific expression patterns and functions (2007). Dev. Dyn. 236: 544-555.
Cole, S.H., G.E. Carney, C.A. McClung, S.S. Willard, B.J. Taylor, and J. Hirsh. Two functional but noncomplementing Drosophila tyrosine decarboxylase genes (2005). J. Biol. Chem. 280: 14948-14955.
Davis, M.B., G.E. Carney, A.E. Robertson, M. Bender. Phenotypic analysis of EcR-A mutants suggests that EcR isoforms have unique functions during Drosophila development (2005). Dev. Biol. 282: 385-396.
Carney, G.E. and N.J. Bowen. p24 proteins, intracellular trafficking, and behavior: Drosophila melanogaster provides insights and opportunities (2004). Biol. Cell 96: 271- 278.
Carney, G.E., A.E. Robertson, M.B. Davis, and M. Bender. Creation of EcR isoform-specific mutations in Drosophila melanogaster via local P element transposition, imprecise P excision, and male recombination (2004). Mol. Genet. Genomics 271: 282-290.
Carney, G.E. and B.J. Taylor. logjam encodes a putative EMP24/GP25 protein that is required for Drosophila oviposition behavior (2003). Genetics 164: 173-186.
Peterson, C., G.E. Carney, B.J. Taylor and K. White. reaper is required for normal neuroblast apoptosis in Drosophila (2002). Development 129: 1467-1476.
Carney, G.E. and M. Bender. The Drosophila ecdysone receptor (EcR) gene is required maternally for normal oogenesis (2000). Genetics 154:1203-1211.
Nguyen, T.T., J.P. Nery, S. Joseph, C.E. Rocha, G.E. Carney, K.R. Spindler and L.P. Villarreal. Mouse adenovirus (MAV-1) expression in primary human endothelial cells and generation of a full-length infectious plasmid (1999). Gene Therapy 6: 1291-1297.
Schubiger, M., A.A. Wade, G.E. Carney, J. Truman and M. Bender. Drosophila EcR-B ecdysone receptor isoforms are required maternally for larval molting and for neuron remodeling during metamorphosis (1998). Development 125: 2053-2062.
Carney, G.E., A.A. Wade, R. Sapra, E.S. Goldstein and M. Bender. DHR3, an ecdysone-inducible early-late gene encoding a Drosophila nuclear receptor, is required for embryogenesis (1997). Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 94: 12024-12029.