*mentored graduate student, †mentored undergraduate student, ‡mentored high school student.
Vasquez MC, Brockmann HJ and Julian D (2017). Between-population differences in multi-stressor tolerance during embryo development in the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Estuaries and Coasts, accepted.
Vasquez MC*, Murillo A†, Brockmann HJ and Julian D (2015). Multiple stressor interactions influence embryo development rate in the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus. Journal of Experimental Biology 218:2355-2364. DOI:10.1242/jeb.117184
Vasquez MC*, Johnson SL, Brockmann HJ and Julian D (2015). Nest site selection minimizes environmental stressor exposure in the American horseshoe crab, Limulus polyphemus (L.). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, pp. 105-114 DOI: 10.1016/j.jembe.2014.10.02
Cardounel AJ, Julian D, Predmore BL* (2011). Hydrogen sulfide increases nitric oxide production from endothelial cells by an Akt–dependent mechanism. Frontiers in Physiology, 2, 00104, DOI 10.3389 (5 pp)
Vasquez MC*, Crombie TA* and Julian D (2011). Lysosome number and size do not vary during a tidal cycle in erythrocytes of the bloodworm Glycera dibranchiata. Bulletin of the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, 50: 45–47.
Joyner–Matos J and Julian D (2011). Oxidative Stress in Sulphidic Habitats. In: D. Abele, J. P. Vázquez–Medina, T. Zenteno–Savín. Oxidative Stress in Aquatic Ecosystems. Wiley–Blackwell. UK. ISBN: 978–1–4443–3548–
Predmore BL*, Alendy MJ†, Ahmed KI†, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D (2010). The hydrogen sulfide signaling system: changes during aging and the benefits of caloric restriction. AGE: The Journal of the American Aging Association, 32: 467–481
Joyner–Matos J*, Predmore BL*, Stein JR†, Leeuwenburgh C and Julian D (2010). Hydrogen sulfide induces oxidative damage to RNA and DNA in a sulfide–tolerant marine invertebrate. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83:356–365
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.
Hance JM†, Andrzejewski JE†, Predmore BL*, Dunlap KJ†, Misiak KL†, Julian D (2008). 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). Oxygen and steroid concentrations in preovulatory follicles of lactating dairy cows exposed to acute heat stress. Theriogenology 69: 805–813.
Julian D. Echiura. In Encyclopedia of Tidepools, MW Denny and SD Gaines, editors. The University of California Press, Berkeley CA. 2007.
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.
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.
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.
Wohlgemuth SE 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.
Julian D, Crampton WGR, Wohlgemuth SE and Albert JS (2003). Oxygen consumption in weakly electric Neotropical fishes. Oecologia 137, 502–511.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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. (Journal continued as Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology)
Arp AJ, Menon JG and Julian D (1995). Multiple mechanisms provide tolerance to environmental sulfide in Urechis caupo. American Zoologist 35: 132–144. (Journal continued as Integrative and Comparative Biology)
Bickler PE and Julian D (1992). Regional cerebral blood–flow and tissue oxygenation during hypocapnia in geese. American Journal of Physiology 263, R221–R225.
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.
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.