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John Swallow

TitleChair
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Denver Campus
DepartmentCLAS-Biology
Phone303/556-6154
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    InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Denver Campus
    DepartmentCLAS-Biology


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    1. Bubak AN, Yaeger JD, Renner KJ, Swallow JG, Greene MJ. Neuromodulation of Nestmate Recognition Decisions by Pavement Ants. PLoS One. 2016; 11(11):e0166417.
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    2. Bubak AN, Rieger NS, Watt MJ, Renner KJ, Swallow JG. David vs. Goliath: Serotonin modulates opponent perception between smaller and larger rivals. Behav Brain Res. 2015 Oct 01; 292:521-7.
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    3. Bubak AN, Renner KJ, Swallow JG. Heightened serotonin influences contest outcome and enhances expression of high-intensity aggressive behaviors. Behav Brain Res. 2014 Feb 01; 259:137-42.
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    4. Bubak AN, Swallow JG, Renner KJ. Whole brain monoamine detection and manipulation in a stalk-eyed fly. J Neurosci Methods. 2013 Sep 30; 219(1):124-30.
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    5. Schultz RL, Kullman EL, Waters RP, Huang H, Kirwan JP, Gerdes AM, Swallow JG. Metabolic adaptations of skeletal muscle to voluntary wheel running exercise in hypertensive heart failure rats. Physiol Res. 2013; 62(4):361-9.
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    6. Waters RP, Pringle RB, Forster GL, Renner KJ, Malisch JL, Garland T, Swallow JG. Selection for increased voluntary wheel-running affects behavior and brain monoamines in mice. Brain Res. 2013 May 01; 1508:9-22.
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    7. Waters RP, Renner KJ, Summers CH, Watt MJ, Forster GL, Koch LG, Britton SL, Swallow JG. Selection for intrinsic endurance modifies endocrine stress responsiveness. Brain Res. 2010 Oct 21; 1357:53-61.
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    8. Swallow JG, Wroblewska AK, Waters RP, Renner KJ, Britton SL, Koch LG. Phenotypic and evolutionary plasticity of body composition in rats selectively bred for high endurance capacity. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2010 Sep; 109(3):778-85.
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    9. Waters RP, Renner KJ, Pringle RB, Summers CH, Britton SL, Koch LG, Swallow JG. Selection for aerobic capacity affects corticosterone, monoamines and wheel-running activity. Physiol Behav. 2008 Mar 18; 93(4-5):1044-54.
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    10. Ribak G, Swallow JG. Free flight maneuvers of stalk-eyed flies: do eye-stalks affect aerial turning behavior? J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol. 2007 Oct; 193(10):1065-79.
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    11. Schultz RL, Swallow JG, Waters RP, Kuzman JA, Redetzke RA, Said S, de Escobar GM, Gerdes AM. Effects of excessive long-term exercise on cardiac function and myocyte remodeling in hypertensive heart failure rats. Hypertension. 2007 Aug; 50(2):410-6.
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    12. Waters RP, Emerson AJ, Watt MJ, Forster GL, Swallow JG, Summers CH. Stress induces rapid changes in central catecholaminergic activity in Anolis carolinensis: restraint and forced physical activity. Brain Res Bull. 2005 Oct 15; 67(3):210-8.
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    13. Hochstetler KJ, Garland T, Swallow JG, Carter PA, Bult-Ito A. Number of arginine-vasopressin neurons in the suprachiasmatic nuclei is not related to level or circadian characteristics of wheel-running activity in house mice. Behav Genet. 2004 Jan; 34(1):131-6.
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    14. Houle-Leroy P, Guderley H, Swallow JG, Garland T. Artificial selection for high activity favors mighty mini-muscles in house mice. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2003 Feb; 284(2):R433-43.
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    15. Girard I, Swallow JG, Carter PA, Koteja P, Rhodes JS, Garland T. Maternal-care behavior and life-history traits in house mice (Mus domesticus) artificially selected for high voluntary wheel-running activity. Behav Processes. 2002 Mar 28; 57(1):37-50.
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    16. Thomson SL, Garland Jr T, Swallow JG, Carter PA. Response of Sod-2 enzyme activity to selection for high voluntary wheel running. Heredity (Edinb). 2002 Jan; 88(1):52-61.
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    17. Swallow JG, Koteja P, Carter PA, Garland T. Food consumption and body composition in mice selected for high wheel-running activity. J Comp Physiol B. 2001 Nov; 171(8):651-9.
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    18. Dumke CL, Rhodes JS, Garland T, Maslowski E, Swallow JG, Wetter AC, Cartee GD. Genetic selection of mice for high voluntary wheel running: effect on skeletal muscle glucose uptake. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2001 Sep; 91(3):1289-97.
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    19. Bronikowski AM, Carter PA, Swallow JG, Girard IA, Rhodes JS, Garland T. Open-field behavior of house mice selectively bred for high voluntary wheel-running. Behav Genet. 2001 May; 31(3):309-16.
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    20. Swallow JG, Wilkinson GS, Marden JH. Aerial performance of stalk-eyed flies that differ in eye span. J Comp Physiol B. 2000 Nov; 170(7):481-7.
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    21. Houle-Leroy P, Garland T, Swallow JG, Guderley H. Effects of voluntary activity and genetic selection on muscle metabolic capacities in house mice Mus domesticus. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2000 Oct; 89(4):1608-16.
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    22. Carter PA, Swallow JG, Davis SJ, Garland T. Nesting behavior of house mice (Mus domesticus) selected for increased wheel-running activity. Behav Genet. 2000 Mar; 30(2):85-94.
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    23. Swallow JG, Koteja P, Carter PA, Garland T. Artificial selection for increased wheel-running activity in house mice results in decreased body mass at maturity. J Exp Biol. 1999 Sep; 202(Pt 18):2513-20.
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    24. Koteja P, Swallow JG, Carter PA, Garland T. Energy cost of wheel running in house mice: implications for coadaptation of locomotion and energy budgets. Physiol Biochem Zool. 1999 Mar-Apr; 72(2):238-49.
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    25. Swallow JG, Carter PA, Garland T. Artificial selection for increased wheel-running behavior in house mice. Behav Genet. 1998 May; 28(3):227-37.
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