Publications

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Note: Asterisk indicates undergraduate student author

Joyner-Matos J, Predmore BL, Stein JR*, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D. Hydrogen sulfide induces oxidative damage to RNA and DNA in a sulfide-tolerant marine invertebrate. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology (in press).

Joyner-Matos J, Andrzejewski J*, Briggs L*, Baker SM, Downs CA, and Julian D (2009). Assessment of cellular and functional biomarkers in bivalves exposed to ecologically-relevant abiotic stressors. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 21: 104-116.

Ortega JA*, Ortega JM*, Julian D (2008). Hypotaurine and sulfhydryl-containing antioxidants reduce H2S toxicity in erythrocytes from a marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3808-3815.

Hance JM*, Andrzejewski JE*, Predmore BL, Dunlap KJ*, Misiak KL*, Julian D. Cytotoxicity from sulfide exposure in a sulfide-adapted marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 359 (2), 102-109.

de Castro e Paula LA*, Andrzejewski J*, Julian D, Spicer LJ and Hansen PJ (2008). Effect of heat stress on oxygen and steroid concentrations in preovulatory follicles of lactating cows exposed to acute heat stress. Theriogenology 69: 805-813.

Julian D (2007). Echiura. In Encyclopedia of Tidepools, MW Denny and SD Gaines, editors. The University of California Press, Berkeley CA.

Wohlgemuth SE, Julian D, Akin DE, Fried J*, Toscano K*, Leeuwenburgh C and Dunn WA (2007). Autophagy in the aging heart and liver and the effect of calorie restriction. Rejuvenation Research 10(3):281-92.

Wohlgemuth SE, Arp AJ, Bergquist DC and Julian D (2007). Rapid induction and disappearance of electron-dense organelles following sulfide exposure in the marine annelid Branchioasychis americana. Invertebrate Biology, 126(2): 163-172.

Joyner-Matos J, Chapman LJ, Downs CA, Hofer T, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D (2007). Stress response of a freshwater clam along an abiotic gradient: Too much oxygen may limit distribution. Functional Ecology 21: 344-355 (erratum in vol. 21: 619).

Joyner-Matos JL, Downs CA and Julian D (2006). Increased expression of stress proteins in the surf clam Donax variabilis following hydrogen sulfide exposure. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A, 145: 245-257.

Julian D, April KL*, Patel S*, Stein JR* and Wohlgemuth SE (2005). Mitochondrial depolarization following hydrogen sulfide exposure in erythrocytes from a sulfide-tolerant marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Biology 208: 4109-4122.

Julian D, Statile J, Roepke T and Arp AJ (2005). Sodium nitroprusside potentiates H2S-induced contractions in body wall muscle from a marine worm. Biological Bulletin, 209: 6-10. PDF

Jang YM, Kendaiah S, Drew B, Phillips T, Selman C, Julian D, Leeuwenburgh C (2004). Doxorubicin treatment in vivo activates caspase-12 mediated cardiac apoptosis in both male and female rats. FEBS Letters 577(3): 483-490. PDF

Julian D and Leeuwenburgh C (2004). Linkage between insulin and the free radical theory of aging. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology 286, R20-R21. PDF

Wohlgemuth S.E. and Julian D. (2003). Mitochondrial sulfide-sensitivity in coelomocytes from the sulfide-adapted marine invertebrate Glycera dibranchiata. Bulletin of the Mount Desert Island Marine Biological Laboratory 42: 15-16. PDF

Julian D, Crampton WGR, Wohlgemuth SE and Albert JS (2003). Oxygen consumption in weakly electric Neotropical fishes. Oecologia 137: 502-511. PDF

Urcuyo IA, Massoth GJ, Julian D and Fisher CR (2003). Habitat, growth and physiological ecology of a basaltic community of Ridgeia piscesae from the Juan de Fuca Ridge. Deep-Sea Research I 50: 763-780. PDF

Julian D, Statile JL, Wohlgemuth SE and Arp AJ (2002). Enzymatic hydrogen sulfide production in marine invertebrate tissues. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology a-Molecular and Integrative Physiology 133: 105-115. PDF

Osovitz CJ* and Julian D (2002). Burrow irrigation behavior of Urechis caupo, a filter-feeding marine invertebrate, in its natural habitat. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 245: 149-155. PDF

Faillace MP, Julian D and Korenbrot JI (2002). Mitotic activation of proliferative cells in the inner nuclear layer of the mature fish retina: Regulatory signals and molecular markers. Journal of Comparative Neurology 451: 127-141. PDF

Julian D, Chang ML, Judd JR and Arp AJ (2001). Influence of environmental factors on burrow irrigation and oxygen consumption in the mudflat invertebrate Urechis caupo. Marine Biology 139: 163-173. PDF

Olson AJ, Picones A, Julian D and Korenbrot JI (1999). A developmental time line in a retinal slice from rainbow trout. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 93: 91-100. PDF

Julian D, Gaill F, Wood E*, Arp AJ and Fisher CR (1999). Roots as a site of hydrogen sulfide uptake in the hydrocarbon seep vestimentiferan Lamellibrachia sp. Journal of Experimental Biology 202: 2245-2257. PDF

Julian D, Wieting SL, Seto SL, Bogan MR and Arp AJ (1999). Thiosulfate elimination and permeability in a sulfide-adapted marine invertebrate. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 72: 416-425. PDF

Julian D, Ennis K* and Korenbrot JI (1998). Birth and fate of proliferative cells in the inner nuclear layer of the mature fish retina. Journal of Comparative Neurology 394: 271-282. PDF

Julian D, Dalia WE and Arp AJ (1998). Neuromuscular sensitivity to hydrogen sulfide in the marine invertebrate Urechis caupo. Journal of Experimental Biology 201: 1393-1403. PDF

Julian D, Passman WE and Arp AJ (1996). Water lung and body wall contributions to respiration in an echiuran worm. Respiration Physiology 106: 187-198. PDF

Arp AJ, Menon JG and Julian D (1995). Multiple mechanisms provide tolerance to environmental sulfide in Urechis caupo. American Zoologist 35: 132-144. PDF

Bickler PE and Julian D (1992). Regional cerebral blood-flow and tissue oxygenation during hypocapnia in geese. American Journal of Physiology 263: R221-R225. PDF

Arp AJ, Hansen BM and Julian D (1992). Burrow environment and coelomic fluid characteristics of the echiuran worm Urechis caupo from populations at 3 sites in Northern California. Marine Biology 113: 613-623. PDF

Julian D and Arp AJ (1992). Sulfide permeability in the marine invertebrate Urechis caupo. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 162: 59-67. PDF

 

ABSTRACTS

Note: Asterisk indicates undergraduate student author, bold indicates presenting author.

Misiak KL*, Dunlap KJ*, Rodriguez SS*, and Julian D (2008). Tolerance of a choanoflagellate to environmental stressors. Poster at Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego (April 2008).

Ortega JA*, Ortega JM*, and Julian D (2008). Hypotaurine protects against H2S-induced oxidative stress and cell death in erythrocytes from an H2S-tolerant marine worm. Poster at Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego (April 2008).

Ortega JM*, Ortega JA*, Stein JR, and Julian D (2008). H2S toxicity via oxidative damage in erythrocytes of a sulfide-tolerant marine invertebrate. Poster at Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego (April 2008).

Predmore BL, Alendy MJ*, Olson KR and Julian D (2008). Inhibition of NO, KATP and prostanoids decreases hypoxia-induced, but not H2S-induced, contractions in rat aorta. Oral presentation at Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego (April 2008).

Julian D, Rollins A* and Predmore BL* (2008). Mitochondrial movement is random and increased by hyposalinity in coelomocytes from an estuarine worm. Poster presentation at Experimental Biology Annual Meeting, San Diego (April 2008).

Andrzejewski JE*, Briggs LE*, Joyner-Matos JL, Julian D. (2006). Functional responses to high temperature, hypoxia, and hyposalinity in the stress-tolerant clam Mercenaria mercenaria. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45(6):1106.

Joyner-Matos JL*, Chapman LJ and Julian D. Elevated dissolved oxygen level influences fingernail clam (Sphaerium sp.) stress protein expression and population distribution in a Ugandan papyrus swamp. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45(6):1022.

Stein J* Hofer T, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D. Cellular oxidative stress in hydrogen sulfide-exposed erythrocytes from a sulfide-tolerant marine polychaete. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45(6):1198.

Spertus M* and Julian D. Cellular oxidative stress during in vitro exposure to multiple abiotic stressors in polychaete coelomocytes. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45(6):1197.

Hance J* and Julian D (2005). Hydrogen sulfide induces cell death both in vitro and in vivo in coelomocytes from a mudflat polychaete worm. FASEB Journal 19 (5): Part 2 Suppl. S., A1672-A1672.

Joyner-Matos JL* Downs CA and Julian D (2005). Stress protein expression in the surf clam Donax variabilis following exposure to normoxia, hypoxia, hyperoxia, and hydrogen sulfide. FASEB Journal 19 (5): Part 2 Suppl. S., A1210-A1211.

Patel SB*, Wohlgemuth SE, Julian D (2003). Mitochondrial injury induced by sulfide exposure in coelomyocytes from a sulfide-adapted marine invertebrate. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 886-886.

Joyner-Matos JL, Bhalla R‡, Downs CA, Julian D (2003). Antioxidant protein expression during anoxia-reoxygenation in marine polychaete (Glycera dibranchiata) coelomocytes. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 886-886.

Hance JM*, Wohlgemuth SE, Julian D (2003). Survival of coelomocytes from the intertidal polychaete Glycera dibranchiata during exposure to H2S and the effects of MPTP inhibitors to reduce cytotoxicity. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (6): 886-886.

Goodwin CR* and Julian D (2002). Free radical scavengers protect cultured cells from hydrogen sulfide exposure. The Toxicologist 66, Number S-1, 96-96.

Osovitz CJ* and Julian D (2001). Burrow irrigation rate of Urechis caupo in its natural habitat. American Zoologist 41, 1547-1547.

Wohlgemuth SE, Julian D and Arp AJ (2001). Induction of sulfide-oxidizing bodies in the epidermis of the annelid worm Branchioasychis americanus after sulfide exposure. American Zoologist 41, 1628-1628.

Goodwin CR*, Denzel SA*, Aman SA*, Wohlgemuth SE and Julian D (2001). Free radical scavengers decrease toxic effects of hydrogen sulfide in vitro. American Zoologist 41, 1458-1459.

Statile J, Arp AJ and Julian D (1999). Production of H2S in marine invertebrate tissues. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 124A: S146.

Julian D, Gaill F, Arp AJ and Fisher CR (1999). Can roots be used for hydrogen sulfide uptake by cold seep vestimentiferans? American Zoologist 38 (5).

Julian D, Roepke T*, Statile J*, Wood E* and Arp AJ (1998). Sodium nitroprusside potentiates hydrogen sulfide-induced muscle contractions in a marine invertebrate. FASEB Journal 12(5): A1037-A1037.

Julian D, Lang OA* and Arp AJ (1998). Cytochrome-independent hydrogen sulfide toxicity in muscle. American Zoologist 37(5): 123A.

Julian D and Korenbrot JI (1996). Cell proliferation in the mature inner nuclear layer of the fish retina. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 37 (3): 3163-3163.

Fisher CR, Urcuyo IA, Julian D, and Arp AJ (1996). Cold seep vestimentiferans live very long lives with deep roots. American Zoologist 35 (5).

Fisher CR, Urcuyo IA, Julian D and Scott KM (1996). Hydrothermal vent and cold seep vestimentiferan tube worms: very similar symbiotic associations, very different physiological ecologies. Symbiosis 96: 30.

Passman WE*, Julian D and Arp AJ (1994). Regulation of oxygen uptake across two respiratory surfaces in the marine worm Urechis caupo. The Physiologist 37:88A.

Judd JR, Bogan M, Christensen R, Encomio V, Julian D, Manika J, Passman WE, Seto S and Arp AJ (1993). Abiotic and biotic factors limiting distribution of Urechis caupo. American Zoologist 33:47A.

Passman WE, Julian D and Arp AJ (1993). Neuromuscular activity of Urechis caupo tissues in vitro shows low sulfide sensitivity. American Zoologist 33:96A.

Julian D, Menon JG and Arp AJ (1991). Structural and functional adaptations to hypoxia and sulfide in Urechis caupo. American Zoologist 31:73A.

Julian D, Mansour S* and Arp AJ (1990). The effect of hindgut inflation on oxygen uptake and sulfide diffusion in Urechis caupo. American Zoologist 30:69A.

Arp AJ, Hansen BM and Julian D (1989). Seasonal sulfide concentrations of the burrow habitat of Urechis caupo: hematin mediated sulfide tolerance in situ. American Zoologist 29: 69A.

Julian D (1989). The permeability of Urechis caupo tissues to hydrogen sulfide. American Zoologist 29: 69A.

Updated June 2006