physiology and cellomics, especially
of marine invertebrates.
Predmore BL, Alendy MJ, Ahmed KI, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D. The hydrogen sulfide signaling system: changes during aging and the benefits of caloric restriction. AGE: The Journal of the American Aging Association (in press).
Joyner-Matos J, Predmore BL, Stein JR, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D (2010). Hydrogen sulfide induces oxidative damage to RNA and DNA in a sulfide-tolerant marine invertebrate. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83:356-365.
Joyner-Matos J, Andrzejewski J, Briggs L, Baker SM, Downs CA, and Julian D (2009). Assessment of cellular and functional biomarkers in bivalves exposed to ecologically-relevant abiotic stressors. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21: 104-116.
Ortega JA, Ortega JM, Julian D (2008). Hypotaurine and sulfhydryl-containing antioxidants reduce H₂S toxicity in erythrocytes from a marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3808-3815.
Hance JM, Andrzejewski JE, Predmore BL, Dunlap KJ, Misiak KL, Julian D (2008). Cytotoxicity from sulfide exposure in a sulfide-adapted marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 359 (2), 102-109.