Publications

  • Michael E. Hughes, Ravi Allada, Ron Anafi, Alaaddin Bulak Arpat, Gad Asher, Pierre Baldi, Charissa de Bekker, Deborah Bell-Pedersen, Justin Blau, Steve Brown, M. Fernanda Ceriani, Zheng Chen, Joanna Chiu, Juergen Cox, Alexander M. Crowell, Derk-Jan Dijk, Luciano DiTacchio, Giles E. Duffield, Jay C. Dunlap, Kristen Eckel-Mahan, Karyn A. Esser, Frédéric Gachon, David Gatfield, Paul de Goede, Susan S. Golden, Carla Green, John Harer, Stacey Harmer, Jeff Haspel, Michael H. Hastings, Hanspeter Herzel, Erik D. Herzog, Christy Hoffmann, Christian Hong, Jacob J. Hughey, Jennifer M. Hurley, Carl Johnson, Steve A. Kay, Nobuya Koike, Karl Kornacker, Achim Kramer, Katja Lamia, Tanya Leise, Scott A. Lewis, Jiajia Li1, Xiaodong Li, Andrew C. Liu, Jennifer J. Loros, Tami A. Martino, Jerome S. Menet, Martha Merrow, Andrew J. Millar, Todd Mockler, Felix Naef, Emi Nagoshi, Michael N. Nitabach, Maria Olmedo, Dmitri Nusinow, David Rand, Akhilesh B. Reddy, Maria S. Robles, Till Roenneberg, Michael Rosbash, Samuel S.C. Rund, Paolo Sassone-Corsi, Amita Sehgal, Scott Sherrill-Mix, Debra J. Skene, Kai-Florian Storch, Joseph S. Takahashi, Hiroki R. Ueda, Chuck Weitz, Pål O. Westermark, Herman Wijnen, Gang Wu, Seung-Hee Yoo, Michael Young, Tomasz Zielinski, and John B. Hogenesch (2017). Guidelines for genome-scale analysis of biological rhythms. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 2017 Nov 1:748730417728663. [Epub ahead of print].
  • Suckow M.A., Wolter W.R., Duffield G.E. (2017) The Impact of Environmental Light Intensity on Experimental Tumor Growth. Anticancer Research 37: 4967-4971
  • Sheppard A.D., Rund S.S.C., George G.F., Clark E., Acri D., Duffield G.E. (2017) Light manipulation of mosquito behavior: acute and sustained photic suppression of biting in the Anopheles gambiae malaria mosquito. Parasites and Vectors 10:255.
  • Duffield G.E. (2016) ‘Understanding the genes that make our circadian clocks tick’. The Conversation (online media outlet), 4 November, 2016, https://theconversation.com/understanding-the-genes-that-make-our-circadian-clocks-tick-67356.
  • Rund, S.S.C., Yoo, B., Alam, C.D.C., Green, T., Stephens, M.T., Zeng, E., Sheppard, A.D., George, G.F., Duffield, G.E., Milenković, T., Pfrender, M.E. (2016) Genome-wide profiling of 24 hr diel rhythmicity in the water flea, Daphnia pulex: Network analysis reveals additional rhythmic gene expression and enhances functional gene annotation. BMC Genomics 17:653.
  • Zhou, P. Robles-Murguia M., Mathew D., and Duffield G.E. (2016) Impaired Thermogenesis and a Molecular Signature for Brown Adipose Tissue in Id2 Null Mice. Journal of Diabetes Research, vol. 2016, Article ID 6785948, 11 pages.
  • Champion M.M., Sheppard A.D., Rund S.S.C., Freed S.A., O’Tousa J.E. and Duffield G.E. (2015) Qualitative and quantitative proteomics methods for the analysis of the Anopheles gambiae mosquito proteome. Invited book chapter for ‘Short views on Insect Genomics and Proteomics: Insect Proteomics, Volume 2’ (Editors: T. Adeniran, R. Chandrasekar and M. Goldsmith), within the ‘Entomology in Focus’ book series (Editor: F.L. Cônsoli) (Springer publishers).
  • Zhou P., Werner J., Lee D., Sheppard A.D., Liangpunsakul S. and Duffield G.E. (2015) A dissociation between diurnal cycles in locomotor activity, feeding behavior and hepatic PERIOD2 expression in chronic alcohol-fed mice. Alcohol, 49:399-408.
  • Leming M.T., Rund S.S.C., Behura S.K., Duffield G.E., O’Tousa J.E. (2014) A database of circadian and diel rhythmic gene expression in the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti. BMC Genomics 15:1128.
  • Metzinger M., Miramontes B., Zhou P., Liu Y., Peng J., Chapman S., Sun L., Sasser T.A., Duffield G.E., Stack M.S., Leevy W.M. (2014) Correlation of X-ray Computed Tomography with Quantitative Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (QMR) Methods for Pre-Clinical Measurement of Adipose and Lean Tissues in Living Mice. Sensors, 14: 18526-18542.
  • Zhou P., Hummel A.D., Pywell C.M., Dong X.C. and Duffield G.E. (2014) High fat diet rescues disturbances to metabolic homeostasis and survival in the Id2 null mouse in a sex-specific manner. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 451: 374-381.
  • Balmert N.J., Rund S.S.C., Ghazi J.P., Zhou P., Duffield G.E. (2014) Time-of-day specific changes in metabolic detoxification and insecticide resistance in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Journal of Insect Physiology 64:30-39 [published ahead of print 2014 March 11].
  • Zhou P., Ross R.A., Pywell C., Liangpunsakul S. and Duffield G.E. (2014) Disturbances to the murine hepatic circadian clock in alcohol-induced hepatic steatosis. Scientific Reports (Nature publishing) 4: 3725.
  • Mathew D., Zhou P., Pywell C.M., Van der Veen D.R., Shao J., Xi Y., Bonar N.A., Hummel A., Chapman S., Leevy W.M, Duffield G.E. (2013) Ablation of the Id2 gene results in altered circadian feeding behavior, and sex-specific enhancement of insulin sensitivity and elevated glucose uptake in skeletal muscle and brown adipose tissue. PLoS ONE 8: e73064.
  • Jagannath A., Butler R., Godinho S.I.H., Couch Y., Brown L.A., Vasudevan S.R., Flanagan K.C., Anthony D.C., Churchill G.C., Wood M.J., Steiner, G., Ebeling M., Hossbach M., Wettstein J.G., Duffield G.E., Gatti S., Hankins M.W., Foster R.G., Peirson S.N. (2013) The CRTC1-SIK1 pathway regulates entrainment of the circadian clock. Cell 154: 1100-1111.
  • Rund S.C., Bonar N.A., Champion M.M., Ghazi J.P., Houk C., Leming M.T., Syed Z., Duffield G.E. (2013) Daily rhythms in antennal protein and olfactory sensitivity in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. Scientific Reports (Nature publishing) 3: 2494.
  • Keating J.A., Bhattacharya D., Rund S.C., Hoover S., Dasgupta R., Lee S.J., Duffield, G.E., Striker R. (2013) Mosquito protein kinase G phosphorylates flavivirus NS5 and alters flight behavior in Aedes aegypti and Anopheles gambiae. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 13: 590-600.
  • Rund, S.C., Gentile J.E. and Duffield, G.E. (2013) Extensive circadian and light regulation of the transcriptome in the malaria mosquito Anopheles gambiae. BMC Genomics 14: 218 [Epub ahead of print, April 3]
  • Rund S.S.C., Lee S.J., Bush B.R. and Duffield G.E. (2012) Strain- and sex-specific differences in daily flight activity and the circadian clock of Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes. Journal of Insect Physiology 58: 1609-19 [published ahead of print 2012 October 12].
  • Van der Veen D.R., Shao J., Xi Y., Li L. and Duffield G.E. (2012) Cardiac atrial circadian rhythms in PER2::LUCIFERASE and per1:luc mice: Amplitude and phase responses to glucocorticoid signaling and medium treatment. PLoS ONE 7: e47692.
  • Van der Veen D.R., Shao J., Chapman S., Leevy W.M. and Duffield G.E. (2012) A diurnal rhythm in glucose uptake in brown adipose tissue revealed by in vivo PET-FDG imaging. Obesity 20: 1527-9.
  • Duffield G.E., Mikkelsen, J.D. and Ebling F.J.P. (2012) Conserved Expression of Glutamate NMDA Receptor 1 Subunit Splice Variants during the Development of the Siberian hamster Suprachiasmatic nucleus. PLoS ONE 7: e37496.
  • Van der Veen D.R., Shao J., Chapman S., Leevy W.M. and Duffield G.E.  (2012) A 24-hour temporal profile of in vivo brain and heart PET imaging reveals a nocturnal peak in brain 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose uptake. PLoS ONE 7: e31792.
  • Rund, S.S.C., Hou, T.Y., Ward, S.M., Frank H. Collins, F.H. and Duffield, G.E. (2011) Genome-wide profiling of diel and circadian gene expression of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108 (32): E421-E430 [published ahead of print June 29].
  • Ward, S.M., Fernando, S., Hou, T.Y. and Duffield, G.E. (2010) The transcriptional repressor ID2 can interact with the canonical clock components CLOCK and BMAL1 and mediate inhibitory effects on mPer1 expression. Journal of Biological Chemistry Dec 10; 285:38987-39000 [Epub 2010 Sep 22].
  • Hou, T., Ward, S.M., Murad J.M., Watson, N.P., Israel, M.A. and Duffield, G.E. (2009) Inhibitor of DNA binding 2 (ID2) is a rhythmically expressed transcriptional repressor required for circadian clock output in the mouse liver. Journal of Biological Chemistry Nov 13; 284:31735-45 [Epub 2009 Sep 9].
  • Duffield G.E., Robles-Murguia M., Watson N.P., Mantani A., Peirson S.N., Loros J.J., Israel M.A., Dunlap J.C. (2009) A role for the Id2 gene in regulating photic entrainment of the mammalian circadian system. Current Biology; 19:297-304.
  • Peirson, S.N., Butler, J.N., Duffield, G.E., Takher, S., Sharma, P. and Foster, R.G. (2006). Comparison of clock gene expression in SCN, retina, heart and liver of mice. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications; 351:800-807.
  • Duffield, G., Loros, J.J., and Dunlap, J.D. (2005) Analysis of circadian output rhythms of gene expression in neurospora and mammalian cells in culture. Methods Enzymology 393:315-341. Invited paper for edition on Circadian Rhythms.
  • Duffield, G.E. (2003) DNA microarray analyses of circadian timing (Invited Review, ‘Young Investigator’s Perspectives’). Journal of Neuroendocrinology 15:991-1002.
  • Nowrousian, M., Duffield, G.E., Loros, J.J. and Dunlap, J.C. (2003) The frequency gene is required for temperature-dependent regulation of many clock-controlled genes in Neurospora crassa. Genetics 164:923-933.
  • Duffield, G.E., Best, J.D., Meurers, B.H., Bittner, A., Loros, J.J. and Dunlap, J.C. (2002) Circadian programs of transcriptional activation, signaling, and protein turnover revealed by microarray analysis of mammalian cells. Current Biology 12:551-557, April 3 (cover article).
  • Duffield, G.E., McNulty, S. and Ebling, F.J.P. (1999) Anatomical and funcational characterization of a dopaminergic system in the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the neonatal Siberian hamster. Journal of Comparative Neurology 408:73-96.
  • von Gall, C., Duffield, G.E., Hastings, M.H., Kopp, M.D.A., Dehghani, F., Korf, H.-W., Stehle, J.H. (1998). CREB in the Mouse SCN: A Molecular Interface Coding the Phase-Adjusting Stimuli Light, Glutamate, PACAP, and Melatonin for Clockwork Access. Journal of Neuroscience 18: 10389-10397.
  • Duffield G.E., Hastings M.H. and Ebling F.J.P. (1998). Investigation into the regulation of the circadian system by dopamine and melatonin in the Siberian hamster (Phodopus sungorus). Journal of Neuroendocrinology 10: 871-884.