Michael P. O’Donnell, Bennett W. Fox, Pin-Hao Chao, Frank C. Schroeder and Piali Sengupta. Modulation of sensory behavior and food choice by an enteric bacteria-produced neurotransmitter bioRxiv, 2019. In revision.
Michael P. O’Donnell, Munzareen Khan and Piali Sengupta. Thermosensation: Human Parasitic Nematodes Use Heat to Hunt Hosts Current Biology, 2018.
Michael P. O’Donnell, Pin-Hao Chao, Jan E. Kammenga and Piali Sengupta. Rictor/TORC2 mediates gut-to-brain signaling in the regulation of phenotypic plasticity in C. elegans. PLOS Genetics, 2018.
Scott J Neal, Asuka Takeishi, Michael P. O’Donnell, JiSoo Park, Myeongjin Hong, Rebecca A Butcher, Kyuhyung Kim and Piali Sengupta. Feeding state-dependent regulation of developmental plasticity via CaMKI and neuroendocrine signaling. Elife, 2015.
Michael P. O’Donnell and Greg J. Bashaw. Distinct functional domains of the Abelson tyrosine kinase control axon guidance responses to Netrin and Slit to regulate the assembly of neural circuits. Development, 2013.
Michael P. O’Donnell and Greg J. Bashaw. Src inhibits midline axon crossing independent of Frazzled/DCC receptor tyrosine phosphorylation. Journal of Neuroscience, 2013.
Michael P. O’Donnell, Rebecca K. Chance and Greg J. Bashaw Axon growth and guidance: receptor regulation and signal transduction. Annual Review of Neuroscience, 2009.
David S. Garbe, Michael P. O’Donnell and Greg J. Bashaw (2007) Cytoplasmic domain requirements for Frazzled-mediated attractive axon turning at the Drosophila midline. Development, 2007.
Michael P. O’Donnell, Chang-Soo Hong, Xiao Huang, Raymond J. Delnicki and Jean-Pierre Saint-Jeannet. Functional analysis of Sox8 during neural crest development in Xenopus. Development, 2006.
Jinling Wu, Michael P. O’Donnell, Aaron D. Gitler and Peter S. Klein. Kermit 2/XGIPC, an IGF1 receptor interacting protein, is required for IGF signaling in Xenopus eye development. Development, 2006.
Xiao Huang, Chang-Soo Hong, Michael P. O’Donnell and Jean-Pierre Saint-Jeannet The doublesex-related gene, XDmrt4, is required for neurogenesis in the olfactory system. PNAS, 2005.comments powered by Disqus