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Publications

Mousley, A., Polese G., Marks, N.J. & Eisthen, H.L. (2006). Terminal-nerve-derived neuropeptide Y modulates physiological responses in hungry axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum).  Journal of Neuroscience, 26: 7707-7717.

Mousley, A., Marks, N.J., Halton, D.W. & Maule, A.G. (2006). Inter-phyla studies on neuropeptides: the potential for broad-spectrum anthelmintic and/or endectocide discovery.  Parasitology, 131: S143-167.

Mousley, A., Moffett, C.L., Duve, H., Thorpe, A., Marks, N.J., Halton, D.W., Geary, T.G., Thompson, D.P. & Maule, A.G. (2005). Expression and bioactivity of allatostatins in helminths.  International Journal for Parasitology, 35: 1-11.

Mousley, A., Marks, N.J. & Maule, A.G. (2004). Neuropeptide signalling: a repository of targets for novel endectocides.  Trends in Parasitology, 20: 482-487.

Šebelová, Š., Stewart, M.T., Mousley, A., Fried, B., Marks, N.J. & Halton, D W. (2004). The musculature and associated innervation of adult and intramolluscan stages of Echinostoma caproni (Trematoda) visualised by confocal microscopy.  Parasitology Research, 93: 196-206.

Mousley, A., Marks, N.J., Halton, D.W., Geary, T.G., Thompson, D.P. & Maule, A.G. (2004). Arthropod FMRFamide-related peptides modulate muscle activity in helminths.  International Journal for Parasitology, 34: 755-768.

Collins, P.R., Stack, C.N., O'Neill, S.M., Doyle, S., Ryan, T., Brennan, G.P., Mousley, A., Stewart, M., Maule, A.G., Dalton, J.P. & Donnelly, S. (2004). Cathepsin L1, the major protease involved in liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica) virulence: Propeptide cleavage sites and autoactivation of the zymogen secreted from gastrodermal cells.  Journal of Biological Chemistry, 279: 17038-17046.

Dalton, J.P., Neill, S.O., Stack, C., Collins, P., Walsh, A., Sekiya, M., Doyle, S., Mulcahy, G., Hoyle, D., Khaznadji. E., Moire, N., Brennan, G., Mousley, A., Kreshchenko, N., Maule, A.G. & Donnelly, S.M. (2003). Fasciola hepatica cathepsin L-like proteases: biology, function, and potential in the development of first generation liver fluke vaccines.  International Journal for Parasitology, 33: 1173-1181.

Moffett, C.L., Beckett, A.M., Mousley, A., Geary, T.G., Marks, N.J., Halton ,D.W., Thompson, D.P. & Maule, A.G. (2003). The ovijector of Ascaris suum: multiple response types revealed by Caenorhabditis elegans FMRFamide-related peptides.  International Journal for Parasitology, 33: 859-876.

Stewart, M.T., Mousley, A., Koubková, B., Šebelová, Š., Marks, N.J. & Halton, D.W. (2003). Development in vitro of the neuromusculature of two strigeid trematodes, Apatemon cobitidis proterorhini and Cotylurus erraticus.  International Journal for Parasitology, 33: 413-424.

Zurawski, T.H., Mousley, A., Maule A.G., Gelnar, M. & Halton, D.W. (2003). Cytochemical studies of the neuromuscular systems of the diporpa and juvenile stages of Eudiplozoon nipponicum (Monogenea: Diplozoidea).  Parasitology, 126: 349-357.

Stewart, M.T., Mousley, A., Koubková, B., Šebelová, Š., Marks, N. J. & Halton, D. W. (2003). Gross anatomy of the muscle systems and associated innervation of Apatemon cobitidis proterorhini metacercaria (Trematoda: Strigeidea), as visualised by confocal microscopy.  Parasitology, 126: 273-282.

Maule, A.G., Mousley, A., Marks, N J., Day, T.A., Thompson, D.P., Geary, T.G. & Halton, D.W. (2002). Neuropeptide Signaling Systems - Potential Drug Targets for Parasite and Pest Control.  Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 2: 733-758.

Zurawski, T.H., Mousley, A., Mair, G.R., Brennan, G.P., Maule, A.G., Gelnar, M. & Halton, D.W. (2001). Immunomicroscopical observations on the nervous system of adult Eudiplozoon nipponicum (Monogenea: Diplozoidae).  International Journal for Parasitology, 31: 783-792.

Book Chapters

Mousley, A., Marks, N.J. & Maule, A.G. (2006). Parasitic Nematode Neuropeptides.  In The Handbook of Biologically Active Peptides, Chapter 39: 255-260. A.J. Kastin (ed). Elsevier Inc.

Humphries, J. E., Mousley, A., Maule, A.G. & Halton, D.W. (2000). Neuromusculature - Structure and Functional Correlates.  In Echinostomes as Experimental Models for Biological Research, 213-227. B. Fried & T.K. Graczyk (eds.).  Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands.