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Olfactory and neuropeptide inputs to appetite neurons in the arcuate nucleus. 
Kuang D, Hanchate NK, Lee CY, Heck A, Ye X, Erdenebileg M, Buck LB
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Odor blocking of stress hormone responses 
Lee EJ, Saraiva LR, Hanchate NK, Ye X, Asher G, Ho J, Buck LB
Sci. Rep. 12(1):8773. doi: 10.1038/s41598-022-12663-x. PMID: 35610316


A psychological stressor conveyed by appetite-linked neurons.
Lee EJ, Hanchate NK, Kondoh K, Tong APS, Kuang D, Spray A, Ye X, Buck LB
Science Advances. 2020 Mar. Vol. 6, no. 12, eaay5366. PMID: 32206712

Connect-seq to superimpose molecular on anatomical neural circuit maps.
Hanchate NK, Lee EJ, Ellis A, Kondoh K, Kuang D, Basom R, Trapnell C, Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2020. 117: 4375-4384. PMID: 32034095.


Combinatorial effects of odorants on mouse behavior.
Saraiva LR, Kondoh K, Ye X, Yoon KH, Hernandez M, Buck LB.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Jun 7;113(23):E3300-6. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1605973113. Epub 2016 May 20.

A specific area of olfactory cortex involved in stress hormone responses to predator odours.
Kondoh K, Lu L, Ye X, Olson DP, Lowell BB, Buck LB
Nature. 2016. 532:103-106. PMID: 27001694.


Single-cell transcriptomics reveals receptor transformations during olfactory neurogenesis.
Hanchate NK, Kondoh K, Lu Z, Kuang D, Ye X, Qiu X, Pachter L, Trapnell C, Buck LB
Science. 2015. 350:1251-1255.  PMID: 26541607.

Olfactory receptor genes expressed in distinct lineages are sequestered in different nuclear compartments.
Yoon, KH, Ragoczy T, Lu Z, Kondoh K, Kuang D, Groudine M, Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2015. 112:E2403-2409.  PMID: 25897022.


Olfactory receptor patterning in a higher primate.
Horowitz LF, Saraiva LR, Kuang D, Yoon K-h, Buck LB
J. Neurosci. 2014.  34:12241-12252. PMID: 25209267.


A pharmacological network for lifespan extension in C. elegans.
Ye X, Linton JM, Schork NJ, Buck LB, Petrascheck M  
Aging Cell. 2013.  13:206-215. PMID: 24134630.


Smell and taste: the chemical senses.
Buck L, Bargmann CI
In Principles of Neural Science, ER Kandel, JH Schwartz, TM Jessell, S Siegelbaum, AJ Hudspeth eds. 2012. (New York, McGraw-Hill), pp.712-742.


A large-scale analysis of odor coding in the olfactory epithelium.
Nara K, Saraiva LR, Ye X, Buck LB
J. Neurosci. 2011. 31:9179-9191. PMID: 21697369.


A high-throughput screen for chemicals that increase the lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans.
Petrascheck M, Ye X, Buck LB
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2009. 1170:698-701. PMID: 19686215.

Formyl peptide receptors are candidate chemosensory receptors in the vomeronasal organ.
Liberles SD, Horowitz LF, Kuang D, Contos JJ, Wilson KL, Siltberg-Liberles J, Liberles DA, Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2009. 106:9842-9847. PMID: 19497865.


An antidepressant that extends lifespan in adult Caenorhabditis elegans
Petrascheck M, Ye X, and Buck LB
Nature. 2007.  450-553-556. PMID: 18033297.


A second class of chemosensory receptors in the olfactory epithelium.
Liberles SD, Buck LB
Nature. 2006.  442:645-650.  PMID: 16878137.

Unraveling smell.
Buck LB
Harvey Lect.  2005- 2006. 101:117-134.


Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction.
Boehm U, Zou Z, Buck LB
Cell. 2005.  123(4):683-95. PMID: 16290036.

Unraveling the sense of smell (Nobel lecture).
Buck, LB
Angew. 2005. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 44:6128-40. PMID: 16175527.


The human olfactory receptor gene family. 
Malnic B, Godfrey PA, and Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2004.  101:2584-2589. PMID: 14983052.

The mouse olfactory receptor gene family. 
Godfrey PA, Malnic B, and Buck, LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 2004.  101:2156-2161. PMID: 14769939.

Olfactory receptors and odor coding in mammals. 
Buck LB
Nutr. Rev. 2004.  11:S184-188.

The search for odorant receptors.
Buck LB
Cell. 2004.  116:117-119. PMID: 15055598.


Olfactory axon pathfinding: who is the pied piper? 
Ranganathan R and Buck LB
Neuron. 2002.  35:599-600. PMID: 12194860.


Odorants may arouse instinctive behaviours.
Sam M, Vora S, Malnic B, Ma W, Novotny MV and Buck LB
Nature. 2001.  412: 142. PMID: 11449261.

A candidate taste receptor gene near a sweet taste locus.
Montmayeur J-P, Liberles SD, Matsunami H and Buck LB
Nature Neurosci. 2001.   4:492-498. PMID: 11319557.


A family of candidate taste receptors in human and mouse.
Matsunami H, Montmayeur J-P and Buck LB
Nature. 2000.   404: 601-604. PMID: 10766242.

The molecular architecture of odor and pheromone sensing in mammals.
Buck LB
Cell. 2000.   100: 611-618. PMID: 10761927.

Smell and taste: the chemical senses.
Buck, L
In Principles of Neural Science 2000.  E. R. Kandel, J. H. Schwartz, and T. M. Jessell, eds. (New York, McGraw-Hill), pp. 625-652.


A genetic approach to trace neural circuits.
Horowitz LF, Montmayeur J, Echelard Y and Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA  1999.  96:3194-3199. PMID: 10077660.

Combinatorial receptor codes for odors.
Malnic B, Hirono J, Sato T and Buck LB
Cell. 1999.  96: 713-723. PMID: 10089886.


A multigene family encoding a diverse array of putative pheromone receptors in mammals.
Matsunami H and Buck LB
Cell. 1997.  90: 775-784. PMID: 9288756.


Information coding in the mammalian olfactory system.
Buck LB
Cold Spring Harbor Symp. 1996.  Quant. Biol. 61:147-155.

Sensory transduction in vomeronasal neurons:  evidence for Gao, Gai2, and adenylyl cyclase II as major components of a pheromone signaling cascade.
Berghard A, Buck LB
J. Neurosci. 1996.  16:909-918. PMID: 8558259

Evidence for distinct signaling mechanisms in two mammalian olfactory sense organs.
Berghard A, Buck LB, Liman ER
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 1996.  93:2365-2369. PMID: 8637879.

The chromosomal distribution of mouse odorant receptor genes.
Sullivan SL, Adamson MA, Ressler KJ, Kozak CA, Buck LB
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 1996.  USA 93:884-888. PMID: 8570653.

Information coding in the vertebrate olfactory system.
Buck LB
In: Annu. Rev. of Neurosci. 1996.  (Cowan WM, Shooter EM, Stevens CF, and Thompson RF, eds.) Palo Alto: Annual Reviews Inc, pp 517-544. PMID: 8833453.


Unraveling Chemosensory Diversity.
Buck LB
Cell. 1995.  83:349-352. PMID: 8521462.

Target-independent pattern specification in the olfactory epithelium.
Sullivan SL, Bohm S, Ressler KJ, Horowitz LF, Buck LB
Neuron. 1995.  15:779-789. PMID: 7576628.

Experimental Cell Biology of Taste and Olfaction
Liman ER and Buck LB. (Spielman, A and Brand, J, eds.)
New York:  CRC Press. 1995.  pp. 425-430.

Spatial patterning and information coding in the olfactory system.
Sullivan SL, Ressler KJ, Buck LB
Curr. Opin. Genet. and Dev. 1995.  5:516-523. PMID: 7580145.


A second subunit of the olfactory cyclic nucleotide-gated channel confers high sensitivity to cAMP. 
Liman ER, Buck LB
Neuron. 1994.  13:611-621. PMID: 7522482

Information coding in the olfactory system:  evidence for a stereotyped and highly organized epitope map in the olfactory bulb.
Ressler KJ, Sullivan SL, Buck LB
Cell. 1994.   79:1245-1255. PMID: 7528109.

A molecular dissection of spatial patterning in the olfactory system.
Ressler KJ, Sullivan SL, Buck LB
Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 1994.  4:588-596. PMID: 7812149.

Odorant receptor diversity and patterned gene expression in the mammalian olfactory epithelium. 
Sullivan SL, Ressler KJ, Buck LB
Prog. Clin.Biol. Res.  1994.  390:75-84.

Olfaction and taste in vertebrates: molecular and organizational strategies underlying chemosensory perception.
Buck LB, Firestein S, Margolskee R
In: Basic Neurochemistry (fifth edition). 1994. (Siegel GJ, Agranoff BW, Albers RW and Molinoff PB, eds.)  New York:  Raven Press, pp. 157-177.


Receptor diversity and spatial patterning in the mammalian olfactory system.
Buck LB
In: The Molecular Basis of Smell and Taste Transduction.  1993.  Ciba Found. Sympos. 179.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons, pp. 51-67.

Identification and analysis of a multigene family encoding odorant receptors: implications for mechanisms underlying olfactory information processing. 
Buck L
Chem. Senses. 1993.  18:203-208.

A zonal organization of odorant receptor gene expression in the olfactory epithelium.
Ressler KJ, Sullivan SL, Buck LB
Cell. 1993. 73:597-609. PMID: 7683976.

The family of genes encoding odorant receptors in the channel catfish.
Ngai J, Dowling MM, Buck L, Axel R, Chess A
Cell. 1993. 72:657-666.


The olfactory multigene family. 
Buck LB
Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 1992.   2:282-288 and Curr. Opin. Genet. and Dev. 2:467-473. PMID: 1643410.

A novel multigene family may encode odorant receptors. 
Buck LB
Soc. Gen. Physiol. Ser.  1992.  47:39-51.


A novel multigene family may encode odorant receptors:  a molecular basis for odor recognition. 
Buck L, Axel R
Cell. 1991.  65:175-187. PMID: 1840504. 

R15 alpha 1 and R15 alpha 2 peptides from Aplysia:  comparison of bioactivity, distribution, and function of two peptides generated by alternative splicing.
Alevizos A, Karagogeos D, Weiss KR, Buck LB, Koester J
J. Neurobiol. 1991.  22:405-417.


Class II MHC molecules are spontaneously internalized in acidic endosomes by activated B cells.
Weber DA, Buck LB, Delohery TM, Agostino N, Pernis B
J. Mol. Cell. Immunol. 1990.   4:255-268.

Selective expression of a lactose-binding lectin gene in subsets of central and peripheral neurons.
Hynes MA, Gitt MA, Barondes SH, Jessell TM and Buck LB
J. Neurosci. 1990.  10:1001-1013.


Carbohydrate recognition in neuronal development: structure and expression of surface oligosaccharides and beta-galactoside-binding lectins.
Hynes MA, Buck LB, Gitt M, Barondes S, Dodd J,Jessell TM
In:  Carbohydrate Recognition in Cellular Function.  Ciba Found. Sympos. 1989.  145.  New York:  John Wiley and Sons, pp 189-209.

Purification and sequencing of neuropeptides contained in neuron R15 of Aplysia californica.
Weiss KR, Bayley H, Lloyd PE, Tenenbaum R, Gawinowicz-Kolks MA, Buck L, Cropper EC, Kupfermann I
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 1989.  86:2913-2917.


Alternative splicing in individual Aplysia neurons generates neuropeptide diversity.
Buck LB, Bigelow JM, Axel R
Cell. 1987.  51:127-133.


Gene expression and the diversity of identified neurons.
Buck LB, Stein R, Palazzolo M, Anderson DJ, Axel R
Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Biol. 1983.  48: 485-492.

A structure for amplified DNA. 
Roberts JM, Buck LB, Axel R
Cell. 1983.  33:53-63.


The role of receptor IgM and IgD in determining triggering and induction of tolerance in murine B cells. 
Vitetta ES, Cambier JC, Kettman JR, Ligler FS, Yuan D, Buck LB, Zan-Bar I, Strober S, Uhr J
In: The Biological Basis of Immunodeficiency. 1980.  (E.L. Gelfland and H.M. Dosch, eds.)  Raven Press, New York, p. 189.

The activation of murine B cells:  the role of surface immunoglobulins.
Vitetta E, Pure E, Isakson P, Buck LB, Uhr J
Immunol. Rev. 1980.  52:211-231.


A dichotomy between the expression of IgD on B cells and its requirement for triggering such cells with two T-independent antigens. 
Buck LB, Yuan D, Vitetta ES
J. Exp. Med. 1979.  149:987-992.