Dr. Emily Jane Dennis
Dr. Emily Jane Dennis
Postdoc, Brody Lab, Princeton Neuroscience Institute
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orco mutant mosquitoes lose strong preference for humans and are not repelled by volatile DEET
M DeGennaro, CS McBride, L Seeholzer, T Nakagawa, EJ Dennis, ...
Nature 498 (7455), 487-491, 2013
Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes Use Their Legs to Sense DEET on Contact
EJ Dennis, OV Goldman, LB Vosshall
Current Biology 29 (9), 1551-1556. e5, 2019
A natural variant and engineered mutation in a GPCR promote DEET resistance in C. elegans
EJ Dennis, M Dobosiewicz, X Jin, LB Duvall, PS Hartman, CI Bargmann, ...
Nature 562 (7725), 119-123, 2018
Systems Neuroscience of Natural Behaviors in Rodents
EJ Dennis, A El Hady, A Michaiel, A Clemens, DRG Tervo, J Voigts, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (5), 911-919, 2021
DEET feet: Aedes aegypti mosquitoes use their tarsi to sense DEET on contact
EJ Dennis, LB Vosshall
bioRxiv, 360222, 2018
Stable choice coding during changes of mind
JT Boyd-Meredith, AT Piet, EJ Dennis, A El Hady, CD Brody
bioRxiv, 2021
Systems Neuroscience of Natural Behaviors in Rodents
A El Hady, A Michaiel, A Clemens, D Tervo, J Voigts, S Datta, E Dennis
Multi-Modal Effects of the Repellent Deet Across Protostomia
EJ Dennis
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