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I.  Nutrient Sensing

1  Oh, Y., Lai, J. S. Y., Min, S., Huang, H. W., Liberles, S. D., Ryoo, H. D., & Suh, G. S. (2021).

    Periphery signals generated by Piezo-mediated stomach stretch and Neuromedin-mediated glucose

    load regulate the Drosophila brain nutrient sensor. Neuron, 109(12), 1979-1995.

2  Kim, B. #, Kanai, M. I. #, Oh, Y., Kyung, M., Kim, E. K., Jang, I. H., Lee, J. H., Kim, S. K.,

    Suh, G. S.*, & Lee, W. J.* (2021). Response of the microbiome–gut–brain axis in Drosophila to

    amino acid deficit. Nature, 593(7860), 570-574.

3  Oh, Y., Lai, J. S., Mills, H. J., Erdjument-Bromage, H., Giammarinaro, B., Saadipour, K., Wang, J.

    G., Abu, F., Neubert, T. A., & Suh, G. (2019). A glucose-sensing neuron pair regulates insulin and

    glucagon in DrosophilaNature, 574(7779), 559–564.

4  Park, J. Y., Dus, M., Kim, S., Abu, F., Kanai, M. I., Rudy, B., & Suh, G. (2016). Drosophila

    SLC5A11 Mediates Hunger by Regulating K(+) Channel Activity. Current biology : CB, 26(15),


5  Dus, M., Lai, J. S., Gunapala, K. M., Min, S., Tayler, T. D., Hergarden, A. C., Geraud, E., Joseph,

    C. M., & Suh, G. S. (2015). Nutrient Sensor in the Brain Directs the Action of the Brain-Gut Axis

    in DrosophilaNeuron, 87(1), 139–151.

6  Dus, M., Ai, M., & Suh, G. S. (2013). Taste-independent nutrient selection is mediated by a brain-

    specific Na+/solute co-transporter in DrosophilaNature neuroscience, 16(5), 526.

7  Dus, M., Min, S., Keene, A. C., Lee, G. Y., & Suh, G. S. (2011). Taste-independent detection of

    the caloric content of sugar in DrosophilaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the

    United States of America, 108(28), 11644–11649.

II.  Valence Encoding

1  Kim, J., Lee, S., Fang, Y. Y., Shin, A., Park, S., Hashikawa, K., Bhat, S., Kim, D., Sohn, J. W., Lin,

    D.* & Suh, G.* (2019). Rapid, biphasic CRF neuronal responses encode positive and negative

    valence. Nature neuroscience, 22(4), 576–585.

2  Min, S., Ai, M., Shin, S. A., & Suh, G. S. (2013). Dedicated olfactory neurons mediating attraction

    behavior to ammonia and amines in DrosophilaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    of the United States of America, 110(14), E1321–E1329.

3  Enjin, A., & Suh, G. S. (2013). Neural mechanisms of alarm pheromone signaling. Molecules and

    cells, 35(3), 177–181.

III.  Sensory Processing

1  Kim, B. S., & Suh, G. S. (2019). Signal Amplification in Drosophila Olfactory Receptor

    Neurons. Neuron, 104(5), 829-831.

2  Ai, M., Blais, S., Park, J. Y., Min, S., Neubert, T. A., & Suh, G. S. (2013). Ionotropic glutamate

    receptors IR64a and IR8a form a functional odorant receptor complex in vivo in DrosophilaThe

    Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 33(26), 10741–


3  Ai, M., Min, S., Grosjean, Y., Leblanc, C., Bell, R., Benton, R., & Suh, G. S. (2010). Acid sensing

    by the Drosophila olfactory system. Nature, 468(7324), 691–695.

4  Suh, G. S., Wong, A. M., Hergarden, A. C., Wang, J. W., Simon, A. F., Benzer, S., ... & Anderson,

    D. J. (2004). A single population of olfactory sensory neurons mediates an innate avoidance

    behaviour in DrosophilaNature, 431(7010), 854-859.

IV.  Others

1  Kim, S. K.*, Tsao, D. D., Suh, G. S.*, & Miguel-Aliaga, I.* (2021). Discovering signaling

    mechanisms governing metabolism and metabolic diseases with DrosophilaCell Metabolism.

2  Lim, S. Y., You, H., Lee, J., Lee, J., Lee, Y., Lee, K. A., ... & Suh, G. S. (2021). Identification and

    characterization of GAL4 drivers that mark distinct cell types and regions in the Drosophila adult

    gut. Journal of Neurogenetics, 35(1), 33-44.

3  Abu, F., Wang, J. G., Oh, Y., Deng, J., Neubert, T. A., & Suh, G. (2018). Communicating the

    nutritional value of sugar in DrosophilaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the

    United States of America, 115(12), E2829–E2838.

4  Ai, M., Mills, H., Kanai, M., Lai, J., Deng, J., Schreiter, E., Looger, L., Neubert, T., & Suh, G.

    (2015). Green-to-Red Photoconversion of GCaMP. PloS one, 10(9), e0138127.

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