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Openstage: a low-cost motorized microscope stage with sub-micron positioning accuracy
Campbell RA,
Eifert RW,
Turner GC

PLoS One
  9 (2): e88977; Mar 4 2014   Nlm
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Integration of the olfactory code across dendritic claws of single mushroom body neurons
Gruntman E,
Turner GC

Nature Neuroscience
  16 (12): 1821-1829; Oct 2013   NLM
[Abstract]
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Imaging a population code for odor identity in the Drosophila mushroom body
Campbell RA,
Honegger KS,
Qin H,
Li W,
Demir E,
Turner GC

J Neurosci
  33 (25): 10568-81; Jun 19 2013   NLM
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Functional imaging of population coding in olfaction: linking neural activity to perception
Honegger KS,
Turner GC,
Campbell RA

Journal of Neurogenetics
  26 (0): 64-64; Dec 2012  
[Full Text]

Cellular-Resolution Population Imaging Reveals Robust Sparse Coding in the Drosophila Mushroom Body
Honegger KS,
Campbell RA,
Turner GC

Journal of Neuroscience
  31 (33): 11772-11785; Aug 17 2011   PMC3180869
[Abstract]
[DOI]

Heterotypic Gap Junctions between Two Neurons in the Drosophila Brain Are Critical for Memory
Wu C,
Shih M,
Lai J,
Yang H,
Turner GC,
Chen L,
Chiang AS

Current Biology
  21 (10): 848-854; May 24 2011  
[Abstract]
[DOI]

Heterotypic gap junctions between two mushroom body modulatory neurons are essential for Drosophila memory formation
Wu CL,
Shih MF,
Lai JS,
Yang HT,
Turner GC,
Chen LY,
Chiang AS

Journal of Neurogenetics
  24 (0): 20-21; Dec 2010   ISI
[DOI] [Full Text]

The mushroom body
Campbell RA,
Turner GC

Current Biology
  20 (1): Jan 12 2010  
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Olfactory Information Processing in Drosophila
Masse NY,
Turner GC,
Jefferis GS

Curr Biol
  19 (16): R700-R713; Aug 25 2009  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Amino acids induce peptide uptake via accelerated degradation of CUP9, the transcriptional repressor of the PTR2 peptide transporter
Xia Z,
Turner GC,
Hwang CS,
Byrd C,
Varshavsky A

J Biol Chem
  283 (43): 28958-68; Oct 24 2008   PMCID: PMC2570885
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[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Olfactory Representations by Drosophila Mushroom Body Neurons
Turner GC,
Bazhenov M,
Laurent G

J Neurophysiol
  99 (0): 734 - 746; Feb 2008  
[Abstract]
[DOI] [Full Text] [PDF]

Transformation of Olfactory Representations in the Drosophila Antennal Lobe
Wilson RI,
Turner GC,
Laurent G

Science
  303 (5656): 366-370; 2004  
[Abstract]
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Oscillations and sparsening of odor representations in the mushroom body
Perez-Orive J,
Mazor O,
Turner GC,
Cassenaer S,
Wilson RI,
Laurent G

Science
  297 (5580): 359-365; 2002  
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Detecting and measuring cotranslational protein degradation in vivo
Turner GC,
Varshavsky A

Science
  289 (5487): 2117-2120; 2000  
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Peptides accelerate their uptake by activating a ubiquitin-dependent proteolytic pathway
Turner GC,
Du F,
Varshavsky A

Nature
  405 (6786): 579-583; 2000  
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The N-end rule pathway controls the import of peptides through degradation of a transcriptional repressor
Byrd C,
Turner GC,
Varshavsky A

Embo Journal
  17 (1): 269-277; 1998  
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Two-photon imaging of population activity with genetically encoded calcium indicators in living flies
Campbell RA,
Honegger KS,
Gruntman E,
Turner GC

Neuromethods
  72 (0): 113-124; 2012 2012  
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