Publications

  1. Laukaitis, C.M., E.S. Critser, and R.C. Karn, Salivary androgen-binding protein (ABP) medicates sexual isolation in Mus musculus. Evolution, 1997. 51(6): p. 2000-2005.
     
  2. Knight, B., C. Laukaitis, N. Akhtar, et al., Visualizing muscle cell migration in situ. Curr Biol, 2000. 10(10): p. 576-85.
     
  3. Laukaitis, C.M., D.J. Webb, K. Donais, et al., Differential dynamics of alpha 5 integrin, paxillin, and alpha-actinin during formation and disassembly of adhesions in migrating cells. J Cell Biol, 2001. 153(7): p. 1427-40.
     
  4. Talley, H.M., C.M. Laukaitis, and R.C. Karn, Female preference for male saliva: implications for sexual isolation of Mus musculus subspecies. Evolution, 2001. 55(3): p. 631-4.
     
  5. Karn, R.C. and C.M. Laukaitis, Characterization of two forms of mouse salivary androgen-binding protein (ABP): implications for evolutionary relationships and ligand-binding function. Biochemistry, 2003. 42(23): p. 7162-70.
     
  6. Laukaitis, C.M., S.R. Dlouhy, and R.C. Karn, The mouse salivary androgen-binding protein (ABP) gene cluster on Chromosomes 7: characterization and evolutionary relationships. Mamm Genome, 2003. 14(10): p. 679-91.
     
  7. Emes, R.D., M.C. Riley, C.M. Laukaitis, et al., Comparative evolutionary genomics of androgen-binding protein genes. Genome Res, 2004. 14(8): p. 1516-29.
     
  8. Laukaitis, C.M., S.R. Dlouhy, R.D. Emes, et al., Diverse spatial, temporal, and sexual expression of recently duplicated androgen-binding protein genes in Mus musculus. BMC Evol Biol, 2005. 5: p. 40.
     
  9. Laukaitis, C.M., A. Heger, T.D. Blakley, et al., Rapid bursts of androgen-binding protein (Abp) gene duplication occurred independently in diverse mammals. BMC Evol Biol, 2008. 8: p. 46.
     
  10. Karn, R.C. and C.M. Laukaitis, The mechanism of expansion and the volatility it created in three pheromone gene clusters in the mouse (Mus musculus) genome. Genome Biol Evol, 2009::494-50.
     
  11. Karn, R.C., J.M. Young, and C.M. Laukaitis (2010), A candidate subspecies discrimination system involving a vomeronasal receptor gene with different alleles fixed in M. m. domesticus and M. m. musculus. PLoS ONE, 2010. 5(9):: e12638