18. Munro CJ*, Nguyen MA*, Falgons C, Bobé C, Bode A, Chaudhry SI, Portela ME, Knecht MR, and Collins KM. (2019) Identification of Toxicity Effects of Cu2O Nanoparticles on C. elegans as a Function of Environmental Ionic Composition. *Contributed equally. Submitted to Environmental Science: Nano. PDF.
17a. Ravi B and Collins KM (2019) Ca2+ activity in the HSN egg-laying command neurons and animal age is accompanied by a delay in the defecation motor program in Caenorhabditis elegans (I). microPublication Biology. µP PDF
16. Brewer J, Olson AC, Collins KM, Koelle MR. (2019) Serotonin and neuropeptides are both released by the HSN command neuron to initiate C. elegans egg laying. PLoS Genetics, 15 (1) e1007896. PubMed PLoS Genetics PDF
15. Ravi B, Garcia J, Collins KM (2018) Homeostatic feedback modulates the development of two-state patterned activity in a model serotonin motor circuit in Caenorhabditis elegans. J. Neuroscience. 38 (28), 6283-6298. PubMed JN PDF
14. Tang S*, Zhang Y*, Dhakal P*, Ravelo L, Anderson CL, Collins KM, Raymo FM. (2018) Photochemical barcodes. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 140 (13), 4485–4488. *equal contribution. PubMed JACS PDF. Nice write-up at Chembites.
13. Ravi B*, Nassar LM*, Kopchock R III*, Dhakal P*, Scheetz M, Collins KM (2018) Ratiometric calcium imaging of individual neurons in behaving Caenorhabditis elegans. *equal contribution. J. Vis. Exp. 132, e56911. PubMed JoVE PDF Materials List MATLAB code Bonsai code Video
12. Thapaliya ER, Zhang Y, Dhakal P, Brown AS, Wilson JN, Collins KM, Raymo FM (2017) Bioimaging with Macromolecular Probes Incorporating Multiple BODIPY Fluorophores. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 28 (5), 1519–1528. PubMed BC PDF
11. Banerjee N, Bhattacharya R, Gorczyca M, Collins KM, Francis MM. (2017) Local neuropeptide signaling modulates serotonergic transmission to shape the temporal organization of C. elegans egg-laying behavior. PLoS Genetics, 13 (4) e1006697. PubMed PLoS Genetics PDF
10. Collins KM, Bode A, Fernandez RW, Tanis JE, Brewer J, Creamer M, Koelle MR. (2016) Activity of the C. elegans egg-laying behavior circuit is controlled by competing activation and feedback inhibition. eLife 10.7554/eLife.21126. PubMed eLife PDF
9. Li P, Collins KM, Koelle MR, and Shen, K. (2013) LIN-12/Notch signaling instructs postsynaptic target selection by regulating UNC-40/DCC and MADD-2 in Caenorhabditis elegans. eLife. 2: e00378. PubMed eLife PDF
8. Collins KM and Koelle MR (2013) Postsynaptic ERG potassium channels limit muscle excitability to allow distinct egg-laying behavior states in Caenorhabditis elegans. J. Neurosci. 33(2): 761-775. PubMed JNeuro PDF
6. Fratti RA, Collins KM, Hickey CM, and Wickner W. (2007) Stringent 3Q•1R composition of the SNARE 0-layer can be bypassed for fusion by compensatory SNARE mutation or by lipid bilayer modification. J. Biol. Chem. 282(20): 14861-14867. PubMed PDF
4. Stroupe C, Collins KM, Fratti RA and Wickner WT. (2006) Purification of active HOPS complex reveals its affinities for phosphoinositides and the SNARE Vam7p. EMBO J. 25(8): 1579-1589. PubMed PDF
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3. Collins KM, Thorngren NL, Fratti RA, and Wickner WT. (2005) Sec17p and HOPS, in distinct SNARE complexes, mediate SNARE complex disruption or assembly for fusion. EMBO J. 24(10): 1775-1786. PubMed PDF
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