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An up-to-date list of Seth’s publications can be found at Google Scholar:

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles and Preprints

  1. Ament S.A., Bullis R., Hanlon R.T., and Mensinger A. (1997) Righting response and escape response in Opsanus tau are temperature dependent. Biol Bull 193:265-266.
  2. Hanlon R.T., Ament S.A., and Gabr H. (1999) Behavioral aspects of sperm competition in cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis (Sepioidea: Cephalopoda). Marine Biol 134:719-728.
  3. Shashar N., Borst D.T., Ament S.A., Saidel W.M., Smolowitz R.M., and Hanlon R.T., (2001) Polarization reflecting iridophores in the arms of the squid Loligo pealeii. Biol Bull 201:267-268.
  4. Smith A.B. et al. (along with the Honeybee Genome Sequencing Consortium, including Ament S.A.] (2006) Insights into social insects from the genome of the honeybee Apis mellifera. Nature 443:931-49.
  5. Kunieda T.*, Fujiyuki T.*, Kucharski R.*, Foret S.*, Ament S.A.*, Toth A.L.*, Ohashi K., Takeuchi H., Kamikouchi A., Kage E., Morioka M., Beye M., Kubo T., Robinson G.E., and Maleszka R. (2006) Carbohydrate metabolism genes and pathways in insects: insights from the honey bee genome. Insect Mol Biol 15:563-576.
  6. Ament S.A., Corona M., Pollock H.S., and Robinson G.E. (2008) Insulin signaling is involved in the regulation of worker division of labor in honey bee colonies. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 105:4226-4231.
  7. Brockmann A. Annangudi P., Richmond T.A., Ament S.A., Xie F., Southey B.R., Rodriguez-Zas S.R., Sweedler J.V., and Robinson G.E. (2009) Quantitative peptidomics reveal brain peptide signatures of behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 106:2383-2388.
  8. Ament S.A., Wang Y., and Robinson G.E. (2010) Nutritional regulation of worker division labor in honey bee colonies: a systems perspective. Wiley Interdiscipl Rev: Systems Biol Med. 2(5):566-576.
  9. Ament S.A., Velarde R.A., Kolodkin M., Moyse D., and Robinson G.E. (2011) Neuropeptide Y-like signaling and nutritionally-mediated gene expression and behavior in the honey bee. Insect Mol Biol. 20(3):335-345.
  10. Ament S.A., Chan Q.W., Wheeler M.W., Nixon S.E., Johnson S.P., Rodriguez-Zas S.R., Foster L.J., and Robinson G.E. (2011) Mechanisms of stable lipid loss in a social insect. J Exp Biol. 214:3808-3821.
  11. Chandrasekaran S., Ament S.A., Eddy J.A., Rodriguez-Zas S.R., Schatz B.R., Price N.D., and Robinson G.E. (2011) Behavior-specific changes in transcriptional modules lead to distinct and predictable neurogenomic states. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 108:18020-18025.
  12. Ament S.A.*, Wang Y.*, Chen C.-C., Blatti C., Hong F., Negre N., White K.P., Rodriguez-Zas S.L., Mizzen C.A., Sinha S., Zhong S., and Robinson G.E. (2012) The transcription factor ultraspiracle influences honey bee social behavior and behavior-related gene expression. PLoS Genet. 8(3):e1002596.
  13. Ament S.A.*, Blatti C.*, Alaux C.*, Wheeler M.W., Toth A.L., Le Conte Y., Hunt G.J., Guzmán-Novoa E., DeGrandi-Hoffman G., Uribe-Rubio J.L., Amdam G.V., Page R.E., Rodriguez-Zas S.L, Robinson G.E. and Sinha S. (2012) New meta-analysis tools reveal common transcriptional regulatory basis for multiple determinants of behavior. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 109:E1801-E1810.
  14. Greenberg J., Xia J., Zhou X., Thatcher S.R., Ament S.A., Newman T.C., Green P.J., Zhang W., Robinson G.E., and Ben-Shahar Y. (2012) Behavioral plasticity in honey bees is associated with differences in brain microRNA transcriptome. Genes Brain Behav. 11(6):660-670.
  15. Ko Y.*, Ament S.A.*, Caballero J., Earls J.C., Hood L., Price N.D. (2013) Cell-type specific genes show striking and distinct patterns of spatial expression in the mouse brain. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 110(8):3095-3100.
  16. Wheeler M.M., Ament S.A., Rodriguez-Zas S.M., and Robinson G.E. (2013) Brain gene expression changes elicited by peripheral vitellogenin knockdown in the honey bee. Insect Mol Biol. 22:562-573.
  17. Brownstein C.A., Beggs A.H., Homer N., Merriman B., Yu T.W., Flannery K.C., DeChene E.T., Towne M.C., Savage S.K., Price E.N., Holm I.A., Luquette L.J., Lyon E., Majzoub J., Neupert P., McCallie D., Szolovits P., Willard H.F., Mendelsohn N.J., Temme R., Finkel R.S., Yum S.W., Medne L., Sunyaev S.R., Adzhubey I., Cassa C.A., De Bakker P.I.W., Duzkale H., Dworzyński P., Fairbrother W., Francioli L., Funke B.H., Giovanni M.A., Handsaker R.E., Lage K., Lebo M.S., Lek M., Leshchiner I., Macarthur D.G., Rehm H.L., Soemedi R., Stitziel N.O., Vestecka S., Supper J., Gugenmus C., Klocke B., Hahn A., Schubach M., Menzel M., Biskup S., Freisinger P., Deng M., Braun M., Perner S., Smith R.J.H., Andorf J.L., Huang J., Ryckman K., Sheffield V.C., Stone E.M., Bair T., Black-Ziegelbein E.A., Braun T.A., Darbro B., DeLuca A.P., Kolbe D.L., Scheetz T.E., Shearer A.E., Sompallae R., Wang K., Bassuk A.G., Edens E,, Mathews K., Moore S.A., Shchelochkov O.A., Trapane P., Bossler A., Campbell C.A., Heusel J.W., Kwitek A., Maga T., Panzer K., Wassink T., Van Daele D., Azaiez H., Booth K., Meyer N., Segal M.M., Williams M.S., Tromp G., White P., Corsmeier D., Fitzgerald-Butt S., Herman G., Lamb-Thrush D., McBride K.L., Newsom D., Pierson C.R., Rakowsky A.T., Maver A., Lovrečić L., Palandačić A., Peterlin B., Torkamani A., Wedell A., Huss M., Alexeyenko A., Lindvall J.M., Magnusson M., Nilsson D., Stranneheim H., Taylan F., Gilissen C., Hoischen A., Van Bon B., Yntema H., Nelen M., Zhang W., Sager J., Zhang L., Blair K., Kural D., Cariaso M., Lennon G.G., Javed A., Agrawal S., Ng P.C., Sandhu K.S., Krishna S., Veeramachaneni V., Isakov O., Halperin E., Friedman E., Shomron N., Glusman G., Roach J.C., Caballero J., Cox H.C., Mauldin D., Ament S.A., Rowen L., Richards D.R., San Lucas F.A., Gonzalez-Garay M.L., Caskey C.T., Bai Y., Huang Y., Fang F., Zhang Y., Wang Z., Barrera J., Garcia-Lobo J.M., González-Lamuño D., Llorca J., Rodriguez M.C., Varela I., Reese M.G., De La Vega F.M., Kiruluta E., Cargill M., Hart R.K., Sorenson J.M., Lyon G.J., Stevenson D.A., Bray B.E., Moore B.M., Eilbeck K., Yandell M., Zhao H., Hou L., Chen X., Yan X., Chen M., Li C., Yang C., Gunel M., Li P., Kong Y., Alexander A.C., Albertyn Z.I., Boycott K.M., Bulman D.E., Gordon P.M.K., Innes A.M., Knoppers B.M., Majewski J., Marshall C.R., Parboosingh J.S., Sawyer S.L., Samuels M.E., Schwartzentruber J., Kohane I.S., Margulies D.M. (2014) An international effort towards developing standards for best practices in analysis, interpretation and reporting of clinical genome sequencing results: The CLARITY Challenge. Genome Biol. 15(3):R53.
  18. Glusman G., Dhankani V., Robinson M., Farrah T., Mauldin D.E., Severson A., Stittrich A.B., Ament S.A., Roach J.C., Brunkow M.E., Bodian D.L., Vockley J.G., Shmulevich I., Niederhuber J.I., and Hood L. (2015) Identification of copy number variants in whole-genome data using Reference Coverage Profiles. Front Genet. 6:45.
  19. Ament S.A., Szelinger S., Glusman G., Ashworth J., Hou L., Akula N., Shekhtman T., Badner J.A., Brunkow M.E., Mauldin D.E., Stittrich A.B., Rouleau K., Detera-Wadleigh S., Nurnberger J.I., Edenberg H.J., Gershon E.S., Schork N.J., The Bipolar Genome Study, Price N.D., Gelinas R., Hood L., Craig D.W., McMahon F.J., Kelsoe J.R., and Roach J.C. (2015) Rare variants in neuronal excitability genes influence risk for bipolar disorder. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 112(11):3576-3581.
  20. Wheeler M.M., Ament S.A., Rodriguez-Zas S.M., Southey B., and Robinson G.E. (2015) Diet and endocrine effects on behavioral maturation-related gene expression in the pars intercerebralis of the honey bee brain. J Exp Biol. 218:4005-4014.
  21. Bragg R.M., Coffey S.R., Weston R.M., Ament S.A., Cantle J.P., Minnig S., Funk C.C., Shuttleworth D.D., Woods E.L., Sullivan B.R., Jones L., Glickenhaus A., Anderson J.S., Anderson M.D., Dunnett S.B., Wheeler V.C., MacDonald M.E., Brooks S.P., Price N.D., and Carroll J.B. (2017) Motivational, proteostatic and transcriptional deficits precede synapse loss, gliosis and neurodegeneration in the B6.HttQ111/+ model of Huntington’s disease. Scientific Reports. 7:41570.
  22. Ament A.*, Pearl J.R.*, Grindeland A.*, St. Claire J., Earls J.C., Kovalenko M., Gillis T., Mysore J., Gusella J.F., Lee J.M., Kwak S., Howland D., Lee M., Baxter D., Scherler K., Wang K., Geman D., Carroll J.B., MacDonald M.E., Goodman N., Carlson G., Wheeler V.C., Price N.D., and Hood L.E. (2017) High resolution time-course mapping of early transcriptomic, molecular and cellular phenotypes in Huntington’s disease CAG knock-in mice across multiple genetic backgrounds. Human Mol Genet. 26(5):913-922.
  23. Bruce H.A., Kochunov P., Paciga S.A., Hyde C.L., Chen X., Xie Z., Zhang B., Xi H.S., O’Donnell P., Whelan C., Schubert C.R., Bellon A., Ament S.A., Shukla D.K., Du X., Rowland L.M., O’Neill H., Hong L.E. (2017) Potassium channel gene associations with joint processing speed and white matter impairments in schizophrenia. Genes Brain Behav. 16(5):515-521.
  24. Coffey S.R., Bragg R.M., Minnig S., Ament S.A., Glickenhaus A., Shelnut D., Carrillo J.M., Shuttleworth D.D., Rodier J.-A., Noguchi K., Bennett C.F., Price N.D., Kordasiewicz J.B., Carroll J.B. (2017) Peripheral Htt silencing does not ameliorate central signs of disease in the B6.HttQ111/+ mouse model of Huntington’s disease. PLoS One. 12(4): e0175968.
  25. Ryan M., Kochunov P., Rowland L.M., Mitchell B.D., Wijtenburg S.A., Fieremans E., Veraart J., Novikov D.S., Du X., Adhikari B., Fisseha F., Bruce H., Chiappelli J., Sampath H., Ament S., O’Connell J., Shuldiner A.R., Hong L.E. (2017) Lipid Metabolism, Abdominal Adiposity, and Cerebral Health in the Amish. 25(11):1876-1880.
  26. Ament S.A.*, Pearl J.R.*, Bragg R.M., Skene P., Coffey S.R., Plaisier C.L., Wheeler V.C., MacDonald M.E., Baliga N.S., Rosinski J., Hood L.E., Carroll J.B., and Price N.D. (2018) Transcriptional regulatory networks underlying gene expression changes in Huntington’s disease. Systems Biol. 14(3):e7435.
  27. Glahn D.C., Nimgaonkar V.L., Raventós H., Contreras J., McIntosh A.M., Thomson P.A., Jablensky A., McCarthy N.S., Blackburn N.B., Peralta J.M., Knowles E.M., Mathias S.R., Ament S.A., McMahon F.J., Gur R.C., Bucan M., Curran J.E., Almasy L., Gur R.E., Blangero J. (2019) Rediscovering the Value of Families for Psychiatric Genetics Research. Molecular Psychiatry. 24(4):523-535.
  28. Budde M., Friedrichs S., Alley-Rodriguez N., Ament S.A., Badner J.A., Berrettini W.H., Byerley W., Cichon S., Comes A.L., Coryell W., Craig D.W., Degenhardt F., Edenberg H.J., Foroud T., Forstner A.J., Frank J., Gershon E.S., Goes F.S., Greenwood T.A., Hipolito M., Hood L., Koller D.L., Lawson W.B., Liu C., McInnis M.G., McMahon F.J., Meier S.M., Mühleisen T.W., Nievergelt C.M., Nurnberger J.I., Nwulia E.A., Potash J.B., Quarless D., Rice J., Roach J.C., Scheftner W.A., Schork N.J., Shekhtman T., Shilling P.D., Streit F.S., Strohmaier J., Szelinger S., Treutlein J., Witt S.H., Zandi P.P., Bickeböller H,, Falkai P.G., Kelsoe J.R., Nöthen M.M., Rietschel M., Schulze T.G., Malzahn D. (2019) Efficient genomic region-based testing uncovers genetic risk factors for inter-episode functional outcome in bipolar disorder. European Journal of Neuropsychiatry. 29(1):156-170.
  29. Pearl J.R., Colantuoni C., Bergey D.E., Funk C.C., Basu B., Casella A.M., Oshone R., Shannon P., Hood L., Price N.D., Ament S.A. (2019) Genome-scale transcriptional regulatory network models of psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders. Cell Systems. 8(2):122-135.e7
  30. Bruce H.A., Kochunov P., Mitchell B., Strauss K.A., Ament S.A., Rowland L.M., Du X., Fisseha F., Kavita T., Chiappelli J., Wisner K., Sampath H., Chen S., Kvarta M.D., Seneviratne C., Postolache T.T., Bellon A., McMahon F.J., Shuldiner A., Hong L.E. (2019) Clinical and Genetic Validity of Quantitative Bipolarity. Transl. 9(1):228
  31. Chan J.C., Morgan C.P., Leu N.A., Shetty A., Cisse Y.M., Nugent B.M., Morrison K.E., Jašarević E., Huang W., Kanyuch N., Rodgers A.B., Bhanu N.V., Berger D., Garcia5 B.A., Ament S.A., Kane M., Epperson C.M., Bale T.L. (2020) Reproductive tract extracellular vesicles are sufficient to transmit intergenerational stress and program neurodevelopment. Nat Commun. 11:1499.
  32. Funk C.C.*,  Casella A.M.*, Jung S., Richards M., Rodriguez A., Shannon P., Donovan R., Heavner B., Chard K., Xiao Y., Glusman G., Erleskin-Taner N., Golde T., Toga A., Hood L., Van Horn J.D., Kesselman C., Foster I., Madduri R.#, Price N.D.#, Ament S.A.# (2020) Atlas of Transcription Factor Binding Sites from ENCODE DNase Hypersensitivity Data Across 27 Tissue Types. Cell Reports. 32 (7): 108029.
  33. Kalra G., Milon B.,  Casella A.M., Song Y., Herb B.R., Rose K.P., Hertzano R., Ament S.A. (2020) Biological insights from multi-omic analysis of 31 genomic risk loci for adult hearing difficulty. PLoS Genet. 16(9): e1009025.
  34. Morgan C.P., Shetty A.C., Chan J.C., Berger D.S., Ament S.A., Epperson C.N., Bale T.L. (2020) A within- and between-subject modeling of the human sperm transcriptome identifies dynamic and stress-responsive sncRNAs. Scientific Reports. 10(1):1-20.
  35. Bruce H., Kochunov P., Chiappelli J., Savransky, T., Scarino K., Sewell J., Marshall W., Kvarta M., McMahon F.J., Ament S.A., Postolache T., O’Connell J., Shuldiner A., Mitchell B., Hong L.E. (2021) Genetic vs. Stress and Mood Determinants of Sleep in the Amish. Am J Med Genet B: Neuropsych Genet. 186(2):113-121.
  36. Kvarta M., Bruce H., Chiappelli J., Hare S., Dr. Goldwaser E., Sewell J., Sampath H., Lightner S., Marshall W., Hatch K., Humphries E., Ament S., Shuldiner A., Mitchell B., McMahon F., Kochunov P., Hong L.E. (2021) Multidimensional Stress vs. Genetics in Depression. Translational Psychiatry. 11(1):254.
  37. Malaiya S.*, Cortes-Gutierrez M.*, Herb B.R., Coffey S.R., Legg S.R.W., Cantle B.P., Carroll J.B., Ament S.A. (2021) Single-nucleus RNA-seq reveals dysregulation of striatal cell identity due to Huntington’s disease mutations. J Neurosci. 41 (25) 5534-5552.
  38. Orvis J., Gottfried B., Kancherla J., Adkins R.S., Song Y., Dror A.A., Olley D., Rose K., Chrysostomou E., Kelly M.C., Milon B., Matern M.S., Azaiez H., Herb B., Colantuoni C., Carter R.L., Ament S.A., Kelley M.W., White O., Corrada Bravo H., Mahurkar A., Hertzano R. (2021) gEAR: gene Expression Analysis Resource portal for community-driven, multi-omic data exploration. Nat Methods. 18(8):843-844. doi: 10.1038/s41592-021-01200-9
  39. Bakken T.E. et al. (along with the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network, including Ament S.A.) (2021) Comparative cellular analysis of motor cortex in human, marmoset, and mouse. 598: 111–119.
  40. Ziffra R.S., Kim C.N., Wilfert A., Turner T.N., Haeussler M., Casella A.M., Przytycki P.F., Kreimer A., Pollard K.S., Ament S.A., Eichler E.E., Ahituv N., Nowakowski T.J. (2021) Single-cell epigenomics reveals mechanisms of human cortical development. 598: 205–213.
  41. Adkins R.S. et al. (along with the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network, including Ament S.A.). (2021) A multimodal cell census and atlas of the mammalian primary motor cortex. 598: 86–102.
  42. Yao Z.*, Liu H.*, Xie F.*, Fischer S.*, et al (along with the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network, including Ament S.A.) (2021) A transcriptomic and epigenomic atlas of the mouse primary motor cortex. 598: 103–110.
  43. Mocci E., Goto T., Chen J., Ament S., Traub R.J., Dorsey S.G. (2022) Early and Late transcriptional changes in blood, neural, and colon tissues in rat models of stress-induced and comorbid pain hypersensitivity reveal regulatory roles in neurological disease. Frontiers in Pain Research. 3:886042
  44. Hasin N., Riggs L.M., Shekhtman T., Ashworth J., Lease R., Oshone R.T., Humphries E.M., Badner J.A., Thompson P.A., Glahn D.C., Craig D.W., Edenberg H.J., Gershon E.S., McMahon F.J., Nurnberger J.I., Zandi P.P., Kelsoe J.R., Roach J.C., Gould T.D., Ament S.A. (2022) Rare variants implicate NMDA receptor signaling and cerebellar gene networks in risk for bipolar disorder. Mol Psychiatry. doi: 10.1038/s41380-022-01609-4
  45. Casella A.M., Colantuoni C., Ament S.A. (2022) Regulome-wide association study identifies enhancer properties associated with risk for schizophrenia. PLoS Comp Biol. 18(9):e1010430.
  46. Fox M.E., Wulff A.B., Franco D., Choi E., Calarco C.A., Engeln M., Turner M.D., Chandra R., Rhodes V.M., Thompson S.M., Ament S.A., Lobo M.K. (2022) Adaptations in nucleus accumbens neuron subtypes mediate negative affective behaviors in fentanyl abstinence. Biol Psychiatry. DOI:
  47. Ament S.A.#, Adkins R.S., Carter R., Chrysostomou E., Colantuoni C., Crabtree J., Creasy H.H., Degatano K., Felix V., Gandt P., Garden G.A., Giglio M., Herb B.R., Khajouei F., Kiernan E., McCracken C., McDaniel K., Nadendla S., Nickel. L., Olley D., Orvis J., Receveur J.P., Schor M., Sonthalia S., Tickle T.L., Way J., Hertzano R.#, Mahurkar A.A.#, White O.R.#. (2022) The Neuroscience Multi-Omic Archive: A BRAIN Initiative resource for single-cell transcriptomic and epigenomic data from the mammalian brain. Nucleic Acids Research. gkac962.
  48. Morais-Silva G.*, Campbell R., Nam H., Basu M., Finocchio Pagliusi M.O., Fox M.E., Chan S., Iñiguez S.E., Ament S.A., Cramer N., Marin M.T., Lobo M.K. (2023) Molecular, circuit, and stress response characterization of Ventral Pallidum Npas1-neurons. J Neurosci. JN-RM-0971-22; doi:
  49. Chiappelli J., Adhikari B., Kvarta M.D., Bruce H.A., Goldwaser E.L., Ma Y., Chen S., Ament S., Shuldiner A.R., Mitchell B.D., Kochunov P., Wang D.J., Hong L.E. (2023) Depression, stress, and regional cerebral blood flow. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism. 43(5):791-800. doi: 10.1177/0271678X221148979.
  50. Humphries E.M., Ahn K., Kember R.L., Lopes F., Mocci E., Peralta J.M., Blangero J., Glahn D.C., Goes F., Zandi P.P., Kochunov P., Van Hout C., Shuldiner A.R., Pollin T.I., Mitchell B.D., Bucan M., Hong L.E., McMahon F.J., Ament S.A. (2023) Genome-wide significant risk loci for mood disorders in the Old Order Amish founder population. Mol Psychiatry. doi: 10.1038/s41380-023-02014-1.

Lay press coverage: Johnston C. “The Keys to Mental Illness May be Hiding Within Amish Genes,” The Daily Beast, July 24, 2023

  1. Chun Y., Miyamoto M., Williams C., Neitzel L., Silver-Isenstadt M., Cadar A., Fuller D., Fong D., Liu H., Lease R., Kim S., Katagiri M., Durbin M., Wang K.C., Feaster T., Sheng C., Neely M., Sreenivasan U., Cortes-Gutierrez M., Finn A., Schot R., Mancini G., Ament S., Ess K., Bowman A., Bichell D., Su Y., Han Z., Hong C. (2023) Impaired reorganization of centrosome structure underlies human congenital dilated cardiomyopathy. 147:1291–1303
  2. Ament S.A., Poulopoulos A. (2023) The brain’s dark transcriptome: Sequencing RNA in distal compartments of neurons and glia. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 81:102725.
  3. BICCN Data Ecosystem Collaboration (including Ament S.A.). (2023) A guide to the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network data ecosystem. PLoS Biology.
  4. Olusakin J., Kumar G., Basu M., Calarco C.A., Fox M.E., Alipio J.B., Haga C., Turner M.D., Keller A., Ament S.A., Lobo M.K. (2023) Sex-specific transcriptomic profiling of reward and sensory brain areas in perinatal fentanyl exposed juvenile mice. doi: 10.1038/s41386-023-01639-8.
  5. Smolyak D., Humphries E.M., Parikh A., Bjarnadóttir M., Ament S.A., El Metwally D., Beitelshees A., Agarwal R. (2023) Predicting Heterogeneity in Patient Response to Pharmacological Treatment for Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome. Pharmacol. Ther. doi: 10.1002/cpt.3007
  6. Kalra G., Lenz D., Abdul-Aziz D., Hanna C., Herb B.R., Colantuoni C., Milon B., Saxena M., Shetty A.C., Hertzana R., Shivdasani R.A., Ament S.A., Edge A.S.B. Cochlear organoids reveal epigenetic and transcriptional programs of postnatal hair cell differentiation from supporting cells. bioRxiv. doi:
  7. Ament S.A.#, Cortes-Gutierrez M., Herb B.R., Mocci E., Colantuoni C., McCarthy M.M.# A single-cell genomic atlas for the postnatal maturation of the human cerebellum and the effects of early-childhood inflammation. bioRxiv. doi:
  8. Herb B.R.*, Glover† H.J.*, Bhaduri A., Colantuoni C., Bale T.L., Siletti K., Linnarsson S., Hodge R., Lein E., Kriegstein A.R., Doege C.A.#, Ament S.A.# Single-cell genomics reveals region-specific developmental trajectories underlying neuronal diversity in the human hypothalamus. bioRxiv. doi:
  9. Mocci E., Ward K., Starkweather A., Stone L.S., Schabrun S.M., Renn C., Dorsey S.G.#, Ament S.A.# Joint genome-wide association study of 17 pain susceptibility traits reveals 99 risk loci and pleiotropic relationships with psychiatric, metabolic, and immunological traits. medRxiv. doi:
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