Lauren N. Booth, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
Area:
Molecular Biology of Transcription Circuit Evolution, Candida albicans pathogenesis
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Alexander D. Johnson grad student 2011 UCSF
 (The evolution of transcription regulatory networks governing cell-type specification.)
Anne Brunet post-doc 2012- Stanford (Neurotree)
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Booth LN, Shi C, Tantilert C, et al. (2022) Males induce premature demise of the opposite sex by multifaceted strategies. Nature Aging. 2: 809-823
Booth LN, Maures TJ, Yeo RW, et al. (2019) Self-sperm induce resistance to the detrimental effects of sexual encounters with males in hermaphroditic nematodes. Elife. 8
Shi C, Booth LN, Murphy CT. (2019) Insulin-like peptides and the mTOR-TFEB pathway protect hermaphrodites from Mating-induced Death. Elife. 8
Booth LN, Maures TJ, Yeo RW, et al. (2019) Author response: Self-sperm induce resistance to the detrimental effects of sexual encounters with males in hermaphroditic nematodes Elife
Shi C, Booth LN, Murphy CT. (2019) Author response: Insulin-like peptides and the mTOR-TFEB pathway protect Caenorhabditis elegans hermaphrodites from mating-induced death Elife
Booth LN, Brunet A. (2016) The Aging Epigenome. Molecular Cell. 62: 728-744
Booth LN, Brunet A. (2015) Shockingly Early: Chromatin-Mediated Loss of the Heat Shock Response. Molecular Cell. 59: 515-6
Sorrells TR, Booth LN, Tuch BB, et al. (2015) Intersecting transcription networks constrain gene regulatory evolution. Nature. 523: 361-5
Maures TJ, Booth LN, Benayoun BA, et al. (2014) Males shorten the life span of C. elegans hermaphrodites via secreted compounds. Science (New York, N.Y.). 343: 541-4
Baker CR, Booth LN, Sorrells TR, et al. (2012) Protein modularity, cooperative binding, and hybrid regulatory states underlie transcriptional network diversification. Cell. 151: 80-95
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