1. Barr MM, García LR. Portman DS. 2018. Sexual dimorphism and sex differences in Caenorhabditis elegans neuronal development and behavior. Genetics 208: 909-935.
  2. Versaw WK, García LR. 2017. Intracellular transport and compartmentation of phosphate in plants. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 39:25-30.
  3. Serrano-Saiz E, Pereira L, Gendrel M, Aghayeva U, Battacharya A, Howell K, García, LR, Hobert O. 2017. A Neurotransmitter Atlas of the Caenorhabditis elegans Male Nervous System Reveals Sexually Dimorphic Neurotransmitter Usage. Genetics 206:1251-1269.
  4. Leboeuf, B and García, LR. 2017 C. elegans male copulation circuitry incorporates sex-shared defecation components to promote intromission and sperm transfer. G3. 7:647-662.
  5. Jee C, Goncalves JF, LeBoeuf B, García LR. 2016. CRF-like receptor SEB-3 in sex-common interneurons potentiates stress handling and reproductive drive in C. elegans. Nat Commun. 7:11957.
  6. García LR, Portman DS. 2016. Neural circuits for sexually dimorphic and sexually divergent behaviors in Caenorhabditis elegans. Curr Opin Neurobiol. 38:46-52.
  7. Rosas PC, Nagaraja GM, Kaur P, Panossian A, Wickman G, García LR, Al-Khamis FA, Asea AA. 2016. Hsp72 (HSPA1A) Prevents Human Islet Amyloid Polypeptide Aggregation and Toxicity: A New Approach for Type 2 Diabetes Treatment. PLoS One. 9;11(3):e0149409.
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  9. Correa PA, Gruninger T, García LR. 2015. DOP-2. D2-Like Receptor Regulates UNC-7 Innexins to Attenuate Recurrent Sensory Motor Neurons during C. elegans Copulation. J Neurosci. 8;35(27):9990-10004.
  10. Pereira L, Kratsios P, Serrano-Saiz E, Sheftel H, Mayo AE, Hall DH, White JG, LeBoeuf B, Garcia LR, Alon U, Hobert O. 2015. A Cellular and regulatory map of the cholinergic nervous system of C. elegans. eLife. 4: e12432.
  11. Banerjee S, Versaw, WK and Garcia LR. 2015. Imaging Cellular inorganic phosphate in Caenorhabditis elegans using a genetically encoded FRET-Based Sensor. PloS One. 10(10): e0141128.
  12. Mukherjee P, Banerjee S, Wheeler A, Ratliff LA, Irigoyen S, Garcia LR, Lockless SW, Versaw WK. 2015. Live Imaging of Inorganic phosphate in plants with cellular and subcellular resolution. Plant Physiol. 2015 Mar;167(3):628-38.
  13. Zhang, L., Gualberto, D.G., Guo, X, Correa, P., Jee, C., and Garcia,L.R. 2015. TMC-1 attenuates C. elegans development and sexual behavior in a chemically defined food environment. Nature Commun. 6:6345.
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  15. Chen, X and García, LR. 2015. Developmental Alterations of the C. elegans Male Anal Depressor Morphology and Function Require Sex-Specific Cell Autonomous and Cell Non-Autonomous Interactions. Developmental Biology. 398:24-43.
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  17. Leboeuf, B and García, LR. 2014. A network of sensory-motor neurons and dopaminergic support cells couples ejaculation and satiation in C. elegans males. eLife 2014;10.7554/eLife.02938
  18. Guo, X and García, LR. 2014. SIR-2.1 integrates metabolic homeostasis with the reproductive neuromuscular excitability in aging male C. elegans. eLife:3:e01730
  19. Markert, M and García, LR. 2013. Virgin Caenorhabditis remanei females are attracted to a colial pheromone released by con-specific copulating males. Worm. (2):e24448.
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