Publications

(*denotes undergraduate mentored by K.E. Gribble)

Refereed journal articles

Gribble, K.E. and D.B. Mark Welch.  2017.  Genome-wide transcriptomics of aging in the rotifer Brachionus manjavacas, an emerging model system.  BMC Genomics 18:217.

Kaneko, G., T. Yoshinaga, K.E. Gribble, D.B. Mark Welch, H. Ushio. 2016. Measurement of survival time in Brachionus rotifers: Synchronization of maternal conditions. Journal of Visualized Experiments e54126, http://www.jove.com/video/54126.

Snell, T.W., R.K. Johnston, K.E. Gribble, D.B. Mark Welch.  2015. Rotifers as experimental tools to investigate aging.  Invertebrate Reproduction and Development 59, No. S1:5-10.

Gribble, K.E., G. Jarvis,* M.J. Bock,* and D.B. Mark Welch.  2014. Maternal caloric restriction partially rescues the deleterious effects of advanced maternal age on offspringAging Cell, 13(4):623-630. Best Paper Runner Up, Aging Cell, 2014

Gribble, K.E., O. Kaido,* G. Jarvis,* and D.B. Mark Welch.  2014. Patterns of intraspecific variability in the response to caloric restriction. Experimental Gerontology 51:28-37.

Gribble, K.E. and D.B. Mark Welch.  2013.  Lifespan extension by caloric restriction is determined by type and level of food reduction and by reproductive mode in Brachionus manjavacas (Rotifera).  The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 68(4):349-358.  Selected as an “Editor’s Choice”

Gribble, K.E. and D.B. Mark Welch.  2012.  The mate recognition protein gene mediates reproductive isolation and speciation in the Brachionus plicatilis cryptic species complex. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:134.

Gribble, K.E., T.W. Snell, and D.B. Mark Welch.  2011.  Gene and protein structure of the mate recognition protein gene family in Brachionus manjavacas (Rotifera).  Hydrobiologia 662:35-42.

Snell, T.W., T.L. Shearer, H.A. Smith, J. Kubanek, K.E. Gribble, and D.B. Mark Welch.  2009.  Genetic determinants of mate recognition in Brachionus manjavacas (Rotifera), BMC Biology, 7:60.

Gribble, K.E., D.W. Coats, D.M. Anderson.  2009.  Sexual and asexual reproduction in Protoperidinium steidingerae Balech (Dinophyceae), with observations on life-history stages of Protoperidinium depressum (Bailey) Balech (Dinophyceae), Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 56(1): 88-103.

Gribble, K.E., G. Nolan, and D.M. Anderson.  2007.  Biodiversity, biogeography and potential trophic impact of Protoperidinium spp. (Dinophyceae) off the southwestern coast of Ireland.  Journal of Plankton Research 29 (11), 931-947.

Gribble, K.E. and D.M. Anderson.  2007.  High intragenomic variability in LSU rDNA genes in the heterotrophic dinoflagellates Protoperidinium, Diplopsalis, and Preperidinium (Dinophyceae).  Phycologia 46 (3), 315-324.

Gribble, K.E. and D.M. Anderson.  2006.  Molecular phylogeny of the heterotrophic dinoflagellates, Protoperidinium, Diplopsalis, and Preperidinium (Dinophyceae), inferred from LSU rDNA. Journal of Phycology 42, 1081-1095.

Gribble, K.E., B.A. Keafer, M. Quilliam, A.D. Cembella, D.M. Kulis, A. Dietz, and D.M. Anderson.  2005.  Distribution and toxicity of Alexandrium ostenfeldii (Dinophyceae) in the Gulf of Maine, USA. Deep-Sea Research II 52, 2745-2763.

Anderson, D.M., D.M. Kulis, B.A. Keafer, K.E. Gribble, R. Marin, and C.A. Scholin.  2005.  Identification and enumeration of Alexandrium spp. from the Gulf of Maine using molecular probes.  Deep-Sea Research II 52, 2467-2490.

Orlova, T.Y., T.V. Morozova, K.E. Gribble, D.M. Kulis, and D.M. Anderson.  2004.  Dinoflagellate cysts in recent marine sediments from the East Coast of Russia.  Botanica Marina 47, 184-201.

Other publications

Gribble, K.E. and T.W. Snell. In press. Chapter: Rotifers as a Model for the Biology of Aging; In: Handbook of Models on Human Aging, 2nd ed, P. Michael Conn, Ed., Elsevier.

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