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Drosophila 16905R-1 , 16905R-9 A female-biased expressed elongase involved in long-chain hydrocarbon biosynthesis and courtship behavior in Drosophila melanogaster.
C.elegans tm1283 Casein kinase II and calcineurin modulate TRPP function and ciliary localization.
Drosophila DGRC#109642 Resolving mechanisms of competitive fertilization success in Drosophila melanogaster.
Silkworms Antennal lobe organization and pheromone usage in bombycid moths.
Drosophila Ectopic expression of sex-peptide in a variety of tissues in Drosophila females using the P[GAL4] enhancer-trap system.
Drosophila 7540-R1 , 7540-R2 Altered GPM6A/M6 dosage impairs cognition and causes phenotypes responsive to cholesterol in human and Drosophila.
Silkworms Targeted disruption of a single sex pheromone receptor gene completely abolishes in vivo pheromone response in the silkmoth.
C.elegans tm488 ANK repeat-domain of SHN-1 Is indispensable for in vivo SHN-1 function in C. elegans.
C.elegans tm4409 , tm4951 , tm5037 KChIP-like auxiliary subunits of Kv4 channels regulate excitability of muscle cells and control male turning behavior during mating in Caenorhabditis elegans.
C.elegans tm1392 C. elegans dopaminergic D2-like receptors delimit recurrent cholinergic-mediated motor programs during a goal-oriented behavior.
C.elegans tm6038 , tm3036 , tm4326 , tm5167 Cell-Specific Transcriptional Profiling of Ciliated Sensory Neurons Reveals Regulators of Behavior and Extracellular Vesicle Biogenesis.
Drosophila Binucleation of Accessory Gland Lobe Contributes to Effective Ejection of Seminal Fluid in Drosophila melanogaster.
C.elegans Ascaroside Pheromones: Chemical Biology and Pleiotropic Neuronal Functions.
C.elegans Insulin-like peptides and the mTOR-TFEB pathway protect Caenorhabditis elegans hermaphrodites from mating-induced death.
Drosophila D. formosana 292.8 (E‐13401),  , D. ruberrima OKNH8 (E‐14601),  , D. rubida23.01 CAR‐316 , D. siamana 1741.00‐TC (E‐22701) , D. neohypocausta 1881.02‐TC (E‐22501) , D. quadrilineata TMU (E14402)  Evolving doublesex expression correlates with the origin and diversification of male sexual ornaments in the Drosophila immigrans species group.