Michael Wooten
Michael Wooten
Biological Sciences - Auburn University
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Use of the open field maze to measure locomotor and anxiety-like behavior in mice
ML Seibenhener, MC Wooten
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e52434, 2015
4952015
Genetic inactivation of p62 leads to accumulation of hyperphosphorylated tau and neurodegeneration
J Ramesh Babu, M Lamar Seibenhener, J Peng, AL Strom, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 106 (1), 107-120, 2008
1882008
Effectiveness of a regional corridor in connecting two Florida black bear populations
JD Dixon, MK Oli, MC Wooten, TH Eason, JW McCOWN, D Paetkau
Conservation biology 20 (1), 155-162, 2006
1772006
Genetic variability and systematics of Gambusia in the southeastern United States
MC Wooten, KT Scribner, MH Smith
Copeia, 283-289, 1988
1371988
Signaling, polyubiquitination, trafficking, and inclusions: sequestosome 1/p62's role in neurodegenerative disease
MW Wooten, X Hu, JR Babu, ML Seibenhener, T Geetha, MG Paine, ...
Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology 2006, 2006
1292006
SQSTM1/p62 interacts with HDAC6 and regulates deacetylase activity
J Yan, ML Seibenhener, L Calderilla-Barbosa, MT Diaz-Meco, J Moscat, ...
PloS one 8 (9), e76016, 2013
902013
Oxidative damage to the promoter region of SQSTM1/p62 is common to neurodegenerative disease
Y Du, MC Wooten, MW Wooten
Neurobiology of disease 35 (2), 302-310, 2009
842009
Age-associated oxidative damage to the p62 promoter: implications for Alzheimer disease
Y Du, MC Wooten, M Gearing, MW Wooten
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 46 (4), 492-501, 2009
842009
Large mammals are genetically less variable?
MC Wooten, MH Smith
Evolution 39 (1), 210-212, 1985
771985
Molecules, Morphology, and Area Cladograms: A Cladistic and Biogeographic Analysis of Gambusia (Teleostei: Poeciliidae)
C Lydeard, MC Wooten, A Meyer
Systematic Biology 44 (2), 221-236, 1995
741995
Recent evolutionary history of American Onchocerca volvulus, based on analysis of a tandemly repeated DNA sequence family.
PA Zimmerman, CR Katholi, MC Wooten, N Lang-Unnasch, TR Unnasch
Molecular Biology and Evolution 11 (3), 384-392, 1994
701994
Evaluation of the restricted maximum‐likelihood method for estimating phylogenetic trees using simulated allele‐frequency data
FJ Rohlf, MC Wooten
Evolution 42 (3), 581-595, 1988
671988
A role for sequestosome 1/p62 in mitochondrial dynamics, import and genome integrity
ML Seibenhener, Y Du, MT Diaz-Meco, J Moscat, MC Wooten, ...
Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1833 (3), 452-459, 2013
642013
Population dynamics of Alabama beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus ammobates) following Hurricane Opal
WR Swilling, MC Wooten, NR Holler, WJ Lynn
The American Midland Naturalist 140 (2), 287-298, 1998
581998
Transport of protein kinase C isoforms to the nucleus of PC12 cells by nerve growth factor: Association of atypical ζ‐PKC with the nuclear matrix
MW Wooten, G Zhou, MC Wooten, ML Seibenhener
Journal of neuroscience research 49 (4), 393-403, 1997
571997
Cytochrome b sequence variation and a molecular phylogeny of the live-bearing fish genus Gambusia (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae)
C Lydeard, MC Wooten, A Meyer
Canadian Journal of Zoology 73 (2), 213-227, 1995
551995
Viability analysis of endangered Gulf Coast beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus) populations
MK Oli, NR Holler, MC Wooten
Biological conservation 97 (1), 107-118, 2001
522001
Genetic and morphologic comparisons of red brocket, brown brocket, and white-tailed deer
MH Smith, WV Branan, RL Marchinton, PE Johns, MC Wooten
Journal of Mammalogy 67 (1), 103-111, 1986
521986
Translocation of Choctawhatchee beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus allophrys): hard lessons learned
JL Van Zant, MC Wooten
Biological Conservation 112 (3), 405-413, 2003
462003
Demographic, spatial, and temporal genetic variation in Gambusia
MH Smith, KT Scribner, JD Hernandez, MC Wooten
Ecology and evolution of livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae), 235-257, 1989
461989
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