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Chapin, H.C., Okada, M., Merz, A. J., and Miller, D. L. 2015. “Tissue-specific autophagy responses to aging and stress in C. elegans. Aging. PMID: 26142908. Link to Open Access article.

Palubinsky, A. M., B. N. Lizama-Manibusan, D. L. Miller and B. A. McLaughlin (2015 – in press). “Genetics of Parkinson’s Disease” in Environmental Factors in Neurodevelopmental and Neurodegenerative Disorders. Ed: Aschner M and Costa, L. Waltham MA, Elsevier.

Fawcett, E. M., Hoyt, J. M., Johnson, J. K., and Miller, D. L. 2015. “Hypoxia disrupts proteostasis in Caenorhabditis elegansAging Cell. PMID: 25510338, PMCID: PMC4326909. Link to Open Access article.

Iranon, N. N., and Miller, D. L. 2012. “Interactions between oxygen homeostasis, food availability, and hydrogen sulfide signaling” Frontiers in Genetics of Aging. PMID: 23233860, PMCID: 3516179. Link to Open Access article.

Fawcett, E. M., Horsman, J.W., Miller, D. L. 2012. “Creating defined gaseous environments to study the effects of hypoxia on C. elegans” JoVE (65) e4088. DOI: 10.3791/4088. PMID: 22850348, PMCID: PMC3570071LINK to JoVE

Miller, D. L., Budde, M. W. and Roth, M. B. 2011 “HIF-1 and SKN-1 Coordinate the Transcriptional Response to Hydrogen Sulfide in Caenorhabditis elegansPLoS ONE. 6(9): e25476. PMID: 21980473, PMCID: PMC3183046. Link to Open Access article.

Miller, D. L. and Roth, M. B. 2009. “C. elegans are Protected from Lethal Hypoxia by an Embryonic Diapause.” Curr Biol. 19: 1233. PMID: 19576771. Free full text.

Miller, D. L. and Roth, M. B. 2007. “Hydrogen Sulfide Increases Thermotolerance and Lifespan in Caenorhabditis elegans.PNAS. 104: 20618. PMID: 18077331, PMCID: PMC2154480. Free full text.