Castelletto, M.L., Gang, S.S., and Hallem, E.A. (2020) Recent advances in functional genomics for parasitic nematodes. J Exp Biol 223: jeb206482. [PubMed]

Banerjee, N. and Hallem, E.A. (2020) Decoding inter-individual variability in experience-dependent behavioral plasticity. Neuron 105: 7-9. [PubMed]

Banerjee, N. and Hallem, E.A. (2019) The role of carbon dioxide in nematode behavior and physiology. Parasitology, e-pub ahead of print. [PubMed]

Rengarajan, S., Yankura, K.A., Guillermin, M.L., Fung, W., and Hallem, E.A. (2019) Feeding state sculpts a circuit for sensory valence in Caenorhabditis elegans.
 Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 116: 1776-1781. [PubMed]

Bryant, A.S. and Hallem, E.A. (2018) Terror in the dirt: Sensory determinants of host seeking in soil-transmitted mammalian-parasitic nematodes. Int J Parasitol Drugs Drug Resist 8: 496-510. [PubMed]

Bryant, A.S. and Hallem, E.A. (2018) Temperature-dependent behaviors of parasitic helminths. Neurosci Lett 687: 290-303. [PubMed]

Bryant, A.S., Ruiz, F., Gang, S.S., Castelletto, M.L., Lopez, J.B., and Hallem, E.A. (2018) A critical role for thermosensation in host seeking by skin-penetrating nematodes. Curr Biol 28: 2338–2347. [PubMed]

            Highlighted in: O’Donnell, M.P., Khan, M., and Sengupta, P. (2018) Thermosensation: human parasitic nematodes use heat to hunt hosts. Curr Biol 28: R784–R802.

Banerjee, N. and Hallem, E.A. (2018) Sexual dimorphisms: how sex-shared neurons generate sex-specific behaviors. Curr Biol 28: R254–R277. [PubMed]

Ruiz, F., Castelletto, M.L., Gang, S.S., and Hallem, E.A. (2017) Experience-dependent olfactory behaviors of the parasitic nematode Heligmosomoides polygyrus. PLoS Pathog 13: e1006709. [PubMed]

Gang, S.S., Castelletto, M.L., Bryant, A.S., Yang, E., Mancuso, N., Lopez, J.B., Pellegrini, M., and Hallem, E.A. (2017) Targeted mutagenesis in a human-parasitic nematode. PLoS Pathog 13: e1006675. [PubMed]

            Highlighted in: Ward, J.D. (2017) Spotlight on CRISPR in Strongyloides parasitic nematodes. Trends Parasitol 34: 6-9. [PubMed

Guillermin, M.L., Carrillo, M.A., and Hallem, E.A. (2017) A single set of interneurons drives opposite behaviors in C. elegans. Curr Biol 27: 2630-2639. [PubMed]

Cevallos, J.A., Okubo, R.P., Perlman, S.J., and Hallem, E.A. (2017) Olfactory preferences of the parasitic nematode Howardula aoronymphium and its insect host Drosophila falleni. J Chem Ecol 43: 362-373. [PubMed]

Park, H.B., Sampathkumar, P., Perez, C.E., Lee, J.H., Tran, J., Bonanno, J.B., Hallem, E.A., Almo, S.C., and Crawford, J.M. (2017) Stilbene epoxidation and detoxification in a Photorhabdus luminescens-nematode symbiosis. J Biol Chem 292: 6680-6694. [PubMed]

Rengarajan, S., and Hallem, E.A. (2016) Olfactory circuits and behaviors of nematodes. Curr Opin Neurobiol 41: 136-148. [PubMed]

Gang, S.S. and Hallem, E.A. (2016) Mechanisms of host seeking by parasitic nematodes. Mol Biochem Parasitol 208: 23-32. [PubMed

Lee, J., Dillman, A.R., and Hallem, E.A. (2016) Temperature-dependent changes in the host-seeking behaviors of parasitic nematodes. BMC Biol 14: 36. [PubMed]

Peña, J.M., Carrillo, M.A., and Hallem, E.A. (2015) Variation in the susceptibility of Drosophila to different entomopathogenic nematodes. Infect Immun 83: 1130-1138. [PubMed]

Carrillo, M.A. and Hallem, E.A. (2015) Gas sensing in nematodes. Mol Neurobiol 51: 919-931. [PubMed]

Castelletto, M.L., Gang, S.S., Okubo, R.P., Tselikova, A.A., Nolan, T.J., Platzer, E.G., Lok, J.B., and Hallem, E.A. (2014) Diverse host-seeking behaviors of skin-penetrating nematodes. PLoS Pathog 10: e1004305. [PubMed]

Carrillo, M.A., Guillermin, M.L., Rengarajan, S., Okubo, R.P., and Hallem, E.A. (2013) O2-Sensing Neurons Control CO2 Response in C. elegans. J Neurosci 33: 9675-9683. [PubMed]

Chaisson, K.E., and Hallem, E.A. (2012) Chemosensory behaviors of parasites. Trends Parasitol 28: 427-436. [PubMed]

Dillman, A.R., Guillermin, M.L., Lee, J., Kim, B., Sternberg, P.W., and Hallem, E.A. (2012) Olfaction shapes host-parasite interactions in parasitic nematodes. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 109: E2324-E2333. [PubMed]

Guillermin, M.L., Castelletto, M.L., and Hallem, E.A. (2011) Differentiation of carbon dioxide-sensing neurons in C. elegans requires the ETS-5 transcription factor. Genetics 189: 1327-1339. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Dillman, D.R., Hong, A.V., Zhang, Y., Yano, J.M., DeMarco, S.F., and Sternberg, P.W. (2011) A sensory code for host seeking in parasitic nematodes. Curr Biol 21: 377-383. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Spencer, W.C., McWhirter, R.D., Zeller, G., Henz, S.R., Rätsch, G., Miller, D.M. III, Horvitz, H.R., Sternberg, P.W., and Ringstad, N. (2011) Receptor-type guanylate cyclase is required for carbon dioxide sensation by Caenorhabditis elegans. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 108: 254-259. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A. and Sternberg, P.W. (2008) Acute carbon dioxide avoidance in C. elegans. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 105: 8038-8043. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Rengarajan, M., Ciche, T.A., and Sternberg, P.W. (2007) Nematodes, bacteria, and flies: a tripartite model for nematode parasitism. Curr Biol 17: 898-904. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A. and Carlson, J.R. (2006) Coding of odors by a receptor repertoire. Cell 125: 143-160. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Dahanukar, A., and Carlson, J.R. (2006) Insect odor and taste receptors. Ann Rev Entomol 51: 113-135. [PubMed]

Dahanukar, A., Hallem, E.A., and Carlson, J.R. (2005) Insect chemoreception.  Curr Opin Neurobiol 15: 423-430. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A. and Carlson, J.R. (2004) The odor coding system of DrosophilaTrends Genet 20: 453-459. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A. and Carlson, J.R. (2004) The spatial code for odors is changed by conditioning. Neuron 42: 359-361. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Fox, A.N., Zwiebel, L.J., and Carlson, J.R. (2004) Olfaction: mosquito receptor for human-sweat odorant. Nature 427: 212-213. [PubMed]

Hallem, E.A., Ho, M.G., and Carlson, J.R. (2004) The molecular basis of odor coding in the Drosophila antenna. Cell 117: 965-979. [PubMed]

Shirke, S., Faber, S.C., Hallem, E., Makarenkova, H.P., Robinson, M.L., Overbeek, P.A., and Lang, R.A. (2001) Misexpression of IGF-I in the mouse lens expands the transitional zone and perturbs lens polarization. Mech Dev 101: 167-174. [PubMed]

Other Publications

Hallem, E.A. (2012) How do skin penetrating nematodes find your feet as you walk barefoot through soil? Invited blog post for Huffington Post Science, Dec. 4th, 2012. [link to article]