Janis Weeks

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
"Janis Weeks"
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Weeks JC, Robinson KJ, Lockery SR, et al. (2018) Anthelmintic drug actions in resistant and susceptible C. elegans revealed by electrophysiological recordings in a multichannel microfluidic device. International Journal For Parasitology. Drugs and Drug Resistance. 8: 607-628
Weeks JC, Roberts WM, Leasure C, et al. (2018) Sertraline, Paroxetine, and Chlorpromazine Are Rapidly Acting Anthelmintic Drugs Capable of Clinical Repurposing. Scientific Reports. 8: 975
Weeks JC, Roberts WM, Robinson KJ, et al. (2016) Microfluidic platform for electrophysiological recordings from host-stage hookworm and Ascaris suum larvae: A new tool for anthelmintic research. International Journal For Parasitology. Drugs and Drug Resistance
Lockery SR, Hulme SE, Roberts WM, et al. (2012) A microfluidic device for whole-animal drug screening using electrophysiological measures in the nematode C. elegans. Lab On a Chip. 12: 2211-20
Winbush A, Weeks JC. (2011) Steroid-triggered, cell-autonomous death of a Drosophila motoneuron during metamorphosis. Neural Development. 6: 15
Hazelett DJ, Weeks JC. (2005) Segment-specific muscle degeneration is triggered directly by a steroid hormone during insect metamorphosis. Journal of Neurobiology. 62: 164-77
Weeks JC. (2003) Thinking globally, acting locally: steroid hormone regulation of the dendritic architecture, synaptic connectivity and death of an individual neuron. Progress in Neurobiology. 70: 421-42
Gray JR, Weeks JC. (2003) Steroid-induced dendritic regression reduces anatomical contacts between neurons during synaptic weakening and the developmental loss of a behavior. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 23: 1406-15
Kinch G, Hoffman KL, Rodrigues EM, et al. (2003) Steroid-triggered programmed cell death of a motoneuron is autophagic and involves structural changes in mitochondria. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 457: 384-403
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