Jarred Sanders
Jarred Sanders
Harvard University
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Homeostasis in C. elegans sleep is characterized by two behaviorally and genetically distinct mechanisms
S Nagy, N Tramm, J Sanders, S Iwanir, IA Shirley, E Levine, D Biron
Elife 3, e04380, 2014
The Caenorhabditis elegans interneuron ALA is (also) a high-threshold mechanosensor
J Sanders, S Nagy, G Fetterman, C Wright, M Treinin, D Biron
BMC neuroscience 14 (1), 1-11, 2013
Normal sleep bouts are not essential for C. elegans survival and FoxO is important for compensatory changes in sleep
HL Bennett, Y Khoruzhik, D Hayden, H Huang, J Sanders, MB Walsh, ...
BMC neuroscience 19 (1), 1-23, 2018
Distinct unfolded protein responses mitigate or mediate effects of nonlethal deprivation of C. elegans sleep in different tissues
J Sanders, M Scholz, I Merutka, D Biron
BMC biology 15 (1), 1-19, 2017
Homeostasis in
S Nagy, N Tramm, J Sanders, S Iwanir, IA Shirley, E Levine, D Biron
C. elegans, 2014
Male Mating Behaviour: The importance of waiting
J Sanders, D Biron
Elife 3, e03754, 2014
Caenorhabditis elegans Lethargus is a Vulnerable Sleep State That is Homeostatically Regulated by Two Behaviorally and Genetically Distinct Mechanisms
JF Sanders
University of Chicago, 2017
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