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'''Min, K.J.''', Flatt, T., Kulaots, I., Tatar, M. Counting Calories in ''Drosophila'' Dietary Restriction. ''Experimental Gerontology''. 247-251.[http://openwetware.org/images/a/af/Min_et_al.%2C_2007.pdf] <br>
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O’Brien, D.M.*, '''Min, K.J.*''' and Tatar, M. Testing how diet restriction extends ''Drosophila'' life span with metabolic stable isotopes. ''Current Biology'', in press. * equal contribution <br>
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Lee, K.S., Lee, J.H., Kwon, O.Y., Kwon, K.,''' Min, K.J.''',Chae, J.I., Jung, S.A., Tatar, M., Yu, K. ''Drosophila'' short neuropeptide F regulates body growth by ERK mediated insulin signaling. ''Nature Cell Biology'', in press. <br>
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'''Min, K.J.*''', Yamamoto, R*., Buch, S., Pankratz, M., Tatar, M. ''Drosophila'' life span control by dietary restriction independent of insulin-like signaling. ''Aging Cell'', in press. * equal contribution <br>
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'''Min, K.J.''', Flatt, T., Kulaots, I., Tatar, M. Counting Calories in ''Drosophila'' Dietary Restriction. ''Experimental Gerontology''. 247-251.[http://openwetware.org/images/a/af/Min_et_al.%2C_2007.pdf PDF] <br>
'''Min, K.J.''', Horgan, M., Tatar, M., and O’Brien, D.M. 2006. Resource allocation to reproduction and soma in ''Drosophila'': stable isotope analysis of carbon from dietary sugar. ''Journal of Insect Physiology''. 763-770. [http://openwetware.org/images/3/3c/Min_et_al.%2C_2006.pdf PDF] <br>
'''Min, K.J.''', Horgan, M., Tatar, M., and O’Brien, D.M. 2006. Resource allocation to reproduction and soma in ''Drosophila'': stable isotope analysis of carbon from dietary sugar. ''Journal of Insect Physiology''. 763-770. [http://openwetware.org/images/3/3c/Min_et_al.%2C_2006.pdf PDF] <br>
'''Min, K.J.''' and Tatar, M. 2006. Restriction of amino acids extends lifespan in ''Drosophila melanogaster''. ''Mechanisms of Ageing and Development''. 643-646.  
'''Min, K.J.''' and Tatar, M. 2006. Restriction of amino acids extends lifespan in ''Drosophila melanogaster''. ''Mechanisms of Ageing and Development''. 643-646.  

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O’Brien, D.M.*, Min, K.J.* and Tatar, M. Testing how diet restriction extends Drosophila life span with metabolic stable isotopes. Current Biology, in press. * equal contribution
Lee, K.S., Lee, J.H., Kwon, O.Y., Kwon, K., Min, K.J.,Chae, J.I., Jung, S.A., Tatar, M., Yu, K. Drosophila short neuropeptide F regulates body growth by ERK mediated insulin signaling. Nature Cell Biology, in press.
Min, K.J.*, Yamamoto, R*., Buch, S., Pankratz, M., Tatar, M. Drosophila life span control by dietary restriction independent of insulin-like signaling. Aging Cell, in press. * equal contribution
Min, K.J., Flatt, T., Kulaots, I., Tatar, M. Counting Calories in Drosophila Dietary Restriction. Experimental Gerontology. 247-251.PDF
Min, K.J., Horgan, M., Tatar, M., and O’Brien, D.M. 2006. Resource allocation to reproduction and soma in Drosophila: stable isotope analysis of carbon from dietary sugar. Journal of Insect Physiology. 763-770. PDF
Min, K.J. and Tatar, M. 2006. Restriction of amino acids extends lifespan in Drosophila melanogaster. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 643-646. PDF
Min, K.J. and Tatar, M. 2006. Drosophila diet restriction in practice: Do flies consume fewer nutrients? Mechanisms of Ageing and Development. 93-96. PDF
Taub-Montemayor, T.E., Min, K.J. and Rankin, M.A. 2005. JH III production, titers and degradation in relation to reproduction in male and female Anthonomus grandis. Journal of Insect Physiology. 51. 427-434. PDF
Min, K.J., Jones, N.D., Borst, D.W. and Rankin, M.A. 2004. Increased Juvenile hormone levels after long flight in the grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes. Journal of Insect Physiology. 50. 531-537.PDF
Min, K.J., Taub-Montemayor, T.E., Linse, K.D., Kent, J.K. and Rankin, M.A. 2004. Relationship of adipokinetic hormone I and II to migratory flight propensity in the grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes. Archieves of Insect Biochemstry and Physiology. 55. 33-42.PDF
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