Daniel Chase

Biochemistry Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT, United States 
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Ghosh DD, Sanders T, Hong S, et al. (2016) Neural Architecture of Hunger-Dependent Multisensory Decision Making in C. elegans. Neuron
Maher KN, Catanese M, Chase DL. (2013) Large-scale gene knockdown in C. elegans using dsRNA feeding libraries to generate robust loss-of-function phenotypes. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e50693
Maher KN, Swaminathan A, Patel P, et al. (2013) A novel strategy for cell-autonomous gene knockdown in Caenorhabditis elegans defines a cell-specific function for the G-protein subunit GOA-1. Genetics. 194: 363-73
Wani KA, Catanese M, Normantowicz R, et al. (2012) D1 dopamine receptor signaling is modulated by the R7 RGS protein EAT-16 and the R7 binding protein RSBP-1 in Caenoerhabditis elegans motor neurons. Plos One. 7: e37831
Allen AT, Maher KN, Wani KA, et al. (2011) Coexpressed D1- and D2-like dopamine receptors antagonistically modulate acetylcholine release in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics. 188: 579-90
Chase DL, Koelle MR. (2007) Biogenic amine neurotransmitters in C. elegans. Wormbook : the Online Review of C. Elegans Biology. 1-15
Jose AM, Bany IA, Chase DL, et al. (2007) A specific subset of transient receptor potential vanilloid-type channel subunits in Caenorhabditis elegans endocrine cells function as mixed heteromers to promote neurotransmitter release. Genetics. 175: 93-105
Chase DL, Pepper JS, Koelle MR. (2004) Mechanism of extrasynaptic dopamine signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature Neuroscience. 7: 1096-103
Chase DL, Koelle MR. (2004) Genetic analysis of RGS protein function in Caenorhabditis elegans. Methods in Enzymology. 389: 305-20
Chase DL, Patikoglou GA, Koelle MR. (2001) Two RGS proteins that inhibit Galpha(o) and Galpha(q) signaling in C. elegans neurons require a Gbeta(5)-like subunit for function. Current Biology : Cb. 11: 222-31
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