Farnsworth DR, Saunders LM, Miller AC (2019). A single-cell transcriptome Atlas for zebrafish development.


Bremer J, Marsden K, Miller AC, Granato M (2019). The ubiqutin ligase PHR promotes directional regrowth of spinal zebrafish axons.

Communications Biology 2:195. PMC6531543.

Marsh AJ, Michel JC, Adke AP, Heckman EL, Miller AC (2017). Asymmetry of an intracellular scaffold at vertebrate electrical synapses.

Current Biology 27(22): 3561-67. bioRxiv.

- Featured in Dispatch by Nagy and Rash. Current Biology 27(22):R1214-6.

Miller AC, Whitebirch AC, Shah AN, Marsden KC, Granato M, O'Brien J, Moens CB (2017). A genetic basis for molecular asymmetry at vertebrate electrical synapses.

eLife May 22: 6. bioRxiv.

Miller AC, Pereda AE (2017). The electrical synapse - molecular complexities at the gap and beyond.

Developmental Neurobiology 77(5):562-574.

Shah AN, Moens CB, Miller AC (2016). Targeted candidate gene screens using CRISPR/Cas9 technology.

Methods in Cell Biology 135:89-106.

Shah AN, Davey CF, Whitebirch AC, Moens CB^, Miller, AC^ (2015). Reverse genetic screening using CRISPRs in zebrafish.

Nature Methods 12(6):535-40.

- "Technofish" primer on the paper:

Shah AN, Davey CF, Whitebirch AC, Moens CB^, Miller, AC^ (2015). Reverse genetic screening using CRISPRs in zebrafish. Zebrafish 2015 July 8.

Miller AC, Voelker L, Shah AN, Moens CB (2015). Neurobeachin is required autonomously by the postsynaptic for electrical and chemical synapse formation.

Current Biology 2015 25(1):16-28.

- Featured in Dispatch by Pereda A. Current Biology 25(1):R38-41.

Miller AC, Obholzer ND, Shah AN, Megason SG, Moens CB (2013). RNA-seq based mapping and candidate identification of mutations from forward genetic screens.

Genome Research 23(4):679-86.

- Highlighted by Burgess D. Nature Reviews Genetics 14(3), 154-155.


Miller AC, Seymour H, King C, Herman TG (2008). Loss of seven-up from Drosophila R1/R6 photoreceptors reveals a stochastic fate choice that is normally biased by Notch.

Development 135(4), 707-15.

C. elegans

Faumont S, Miller AC, and Lockery SR (2005). Chemosensory behavior of semi-restrained Caenorhabditis elegans.

Journal of Neurobiology 65(2), 171-8.

Miller AC*, Thiele TR*, Faumont S*, and Lockery SR (2005). Step-response analysis of chemotaxis in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Journal of Neuroscience 25(13), 3369-78.

Zariwala HA*, Miller AC*, Faumont S*, and Lockery SR (2003). Step response analysis of thermotaxis in Caenorhabditis elegans.

Journal of Neuroscience 23(10), 4369-4377.

* denotes co-first authorship, ^ denotes co-senior authorship

Finley JK, Miller AC, Herman TG (2015). Polycomb group genes are required to maintain a binary fate choice in the Drosophila eye.Neural Development 10(1):2.

Miller AC, Lyons E, Herman TG (2009). cis-inhibition of Notch by endogenous Delta biases the outcome of lateral inhibition.

Current Biology 19(16), 1378-83.

- Featured in Dispatch by del Alamo D and Schwisguth F. Current Biology 19(16):F683-4.

- Selected for cover illustration.