Elizabeth C. Marin

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, United States 
developmental neurobiology of Drosophila
"Elizabeth Marin"
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Liqun Luo grad student 2000-2005 Stanford
 (The organization and reorganization of the Drosophila olfactory system.)
James W. Truman post-doc 2004-2008 University of Washington
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Schlegel P, Bates AS, Stürner T, et al. (2021) Information flow, cell types and stereotypy in a full olfactory connectome. Elife. 10
Li F, Lindsey JW, Marin EC, et al. (2020) The connectome of the adult mushroom body provides insights into function. Elife. 9
Bates AS, Schlegel P, Roberts RJV, et al. (2020) Complete Connectomic Reconstruction of Olfactory Projection Neurons in the Fly Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Marin EC, Büld L, Theiss M, et al. (2020) Connectomics Analysis Reveals First-, Second-, and Third-Order Thermosensory and Hygrosensory Neurons in the Adult Drosophila Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Marin E, Costa M. (2017) Sensory Neurobiology: Wet Fly Fishing. Current Biology : Cb. 27: R839-R842
Lin S, Marin EC, Yang CP, et al. (2013) Extremes of lineage plasticity in the Drosophila brain. Current Biology : Cb. 23: 1908-13
Marin EC, Dry KE, Alaimo DR, et al. (2012) Ultrabithorax confers spatial identity in a context-specific manner in the Drosophila postembryonic ventral nervous system. Neural Development. 7: 31
Truman JW, Moats W, Altman J, et al. (2010) Role of Notch signaling in establishing the hemilineages of secondary neurons in Drosophila melanogaster. Development (Cambridge, England). 137: 53-61
Marin EC, Apenteng BA, Truman JW. (2008) An extrinsic cue regulates neuronal temporal identity in the Drosophila mushroom body Developmental Biology. 319: 529
Jefferis GS, Potter CJ, Chan AM, et al. (2007) Comprehensive maps of Drosophila higher olfactory centers: spatially segregated fruit and pheromone representation. Cell. 128: 1187-203
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