Richard Benton

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86 publications

 
Drosophila sechellia: a genetic model for behavioral evolution and neuro-ecology
Auer T.O., Shahandeh M.P., Benton R. Annual Review Genetics.
 
Molecular mechanisms of olfactory detection in insects: beyond receptors.
Schmidt H.R., Benton R., 2020/10. Open biology, 10 (10) p. 200252. Peer-reviewed.
 
Enhanced Retrieval of Taste Associative Memory by Chemogenetic Activation of Locus Coeruleus Norepinephrine Neurons
Fukabori R., Iguchi Y., Takahashi K., Eifuku S., Tsuji S., Hazama A., Uchigashima M., Watanabe M., Mizuma H., Cui Y. et al., 2020/09/29. Journal of Neuroscience. Peer-reviewed.
 
A putative origin of insect chemosensory receptors in the last common eukaryotic ancestor
Benton R., Dessimoz C., Moi D., 2020/08/24. bioRxiv.
 
Targeted molecular profiling of rare cell populations identifies olfactory sensory neuron fate and wiring determinants
Arguello J.R., Abuin L., Armida J., Mika K., Chai P.C., Benton R., 2020/07/10. bioRxiv.
 
Animal Behavior: A Neural Basis of Individuality.
Takagi S., Benton R., 2020/06/22. Current biology, 30 (12) pp. R710-R712. Peer-reviewed.
 
Mate discrimination among subspecies through a conserved olfactory pathway.
Khallaf M.A., Auer T.O., Grabe V., Depetris-Chauvin A., Ammagarahalli B., Zhang D.D., Lavista-Llanos S., Kaftan F., Weißflog J., Matzkin L.M. et al., 2020/06. Science advances, 6 (25) pp. eaba5279. Peer-reviewed.
 
Functional integration of "undead" neurons in the olfactory system.
Prieto-Godino L.L., Silbering A.F., Khallaf M.A., Cruchet S., Bojkowska K., Pradervand S., Hansson B.S., Knaden M., Benton R., 2020/03. Science Advances, 6 (11) pp. eaaz7238. Peer-reviewed.
 
Olfactory receptor and circuit evolution promote host specialization
Auer T. O., Khallaf M. A., Silbering A. F., Zappia G., Ellis K., Álvarez-Ocaña R., Arguello J. R., Hansson B. S., Jefferis G. S. X. E., Caron S. J. C. et al., 2020/03. Nature, 579 (7799) pp. 402-408. Peer-reviewed.
 
Oral transfer of chemical cues, growth proteins and hormones in social insects
LeBoeuf A.C., Waridel P., Brent C.S., Goncalves A.N., Menin L., Ortiz D., Riba-Grognuz O., Koto A., Soares Z.G., Privman E. et al., 2019/08/19. eLife, 8.
In vivo assembly and trafficking of olfactory Ionotropic Receptors.
Abuin L., Prieto-Godino L.L., Pan H., Gutierrez C., Huang L., Jin R., Benton R., 2019/04/17. BMC Biology, 17 (1) p. 34. Peer-reviewed.
Sensory neuron lineage mapping and manipulation in the Drosophila olfactory system.
Chai P.C., Cruchet S., Wigger L., Benton R., 2019/02/07. Nature Communications, 10 (1) p. 643. Peer-reviewed.
 
A partial genome assembly of the miniature parasitoid wasp, Megaphragma amalphitanum.
Sharko F.S., Nedoluzhko A.V., Lê B.M., Tsygankova S.V., Boulygina E.S., Rastorguev S.M., Sokolov A.S., Rodriguez F., Mazur A.M., Polilov A.A. et al., 2019. PloS one, 14 (12) pp. e0226485. Peer-reviewed.
 
Ionotropic Receptors Specify the Morphogenesis of Phasic Sensors Controlling Rapid Thermal Preference in Drosophila.
Budelli G., Ni L., Berciu C., van Giesen L., Knecht Z.A., Chang E.C., Kaminski B., Silbering A.F., Samuel A., Klein M. et al., 2019. Neuron, 101 (4) pp. 738-747.e3. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular evolution of juvenile hormone esterase-like proteins in a socially exchanged fluid.
LeBoeuf A.C., Cohanim A.B., Stoffel C., Brent C.S., Waridel P., Privman E., Keller L., Benton R., 2018/12/13. Scientific reports, 8 (1) p. 17830. Peer-reviewed.
An expression atlas of variant ionotropic glutamate receptors identifies a molecular basis of carbonation sensing.
Sánchez-Alcañiz J.A., Silbering A.F., Croset V., Zappia G., Sivasubramaniam A.K., Abuin L., Sahai S.Y., Münch D., Steck K., Auer T.O. et al., 2018/10/12. Nature communications, 9 (1) p. 4252. Peer-reviewed.
 
Multisensory neural integration of chemical and mechanical signals.
Sánchez-Alcañiz J.A., Benton R., 2017/08. BioEssays, 39 (8) p. 1700060. Peer-reviewed.
Ionotropic Receptor-dependent moist and dry cells control hygrosensation in Drosophila.
Knecht Z.A., Silbering A.F., Cruz J., Yang L., Croset V., Benton R., Garrity P.A., 2017/06/16. eLife, 6 pp. e26654. Peer-reviewed.
Second-Generation Drosophila Chemical Tags: Sensitivity, Versatility, and Speed.
Sutcliffe B., Ng J., Auer T.O., Pasche M., Benton R., Jefferis G.S., Cachero S., 2017/04. Genetics, 205 (4) pp. 1399-1408. Peer-reviewed.
 
The neurobiology of gustation in insect disease vectors: progress and potential.
Benton R., 2017/04. Current opinion in insect science, 20 pp. 19-27. Peer-reviewed.
Climbing favours the tripod gait over alternative faster insect gaits.
Ramdya P., Thandiackal R., Cherney R., Asselborn T., Benton R., Ijspeert A.J., Floreano D., 2017/02/17. Nature communications, 8 p. 14494. Peer-reviewed.
 
Evolution of Acid-Sensing Olfactory Circuits in Drosophilids.
Prieto-Godino L.L., Rytz R., Cruchet S., Bargeton B., Abuin L., Silbering A.F., Ruta V., Dal Peraro M., Benton R., 2017/02/08. Neuron, 93 (3) pp. 661-676.e6. Peer-reviewed.
A mechanosensory receptor required for food texture detection in Drosophila.
Sánchez-Alcañiz J.A., Zappia G., Marion-Poll F., Benton R., 2017/01/27. Nature communications, 8 p. 14192. Peer-reviewed.
FlyLimbTracker: An active contour based approach for leg segment tracking in unmarked, freely behaving Drosophila.
Uhlmann V., Ramdya P., Delgado-Gonzalo R., Benton R., Unser M., 2017. PLoS One, 12 (4) pp. e0173433. Peer-reviewed.
Open questions: Tackling Darwin's "instincts": the genetic basis of behavioral evolution.
Arguello J.R., Benton R., 2017. BMC Biology, 15 (1) p. 26. Peer-reviewed.
A molecular and neuronal basis for amino acid sensing in the Drosophila larva.
Croset V., Schleyer M., Arguello J.R., Gerber B., Benton R., 2016/12/16. Scientific reports, 6 p. 34871. Peer-reviewed.
Oral transfer of chemical cues, growth proteins and hormones in social insects.
LeBoeuf A.C., Waridel P., Brent C.S., Gonçalves A.N., Menin L., Ortiz D., Riba-Grognuz O., Koto A., Soares Z.G., Privman E. et al., 2016/11/29. eLife, 5 pp. e20375. Peer-reviewed.
Olfactory receptor pseudo-pseudogenes.
Prieto-Godino L.L., Rytz R., Bargeton B., Abuin L., Arguello J.R., Peraro M.D., Benton R., 2016/11/03. Nature, 539 (7627) pp. 93-97. Peer-reviewed.
Distinct combinations of variant ionotropic glutamate receptors mediate thermosensation and hygrosensation in Drosophila.
Knecht Z.A., Silbering A.F., Ni L., Klein M., Budelli G., Bell R., Abuin L., Ferrer A.J., Samuel A.D., Benton R. et al., 2016/09/22. eLife, 5 p. 17879. Peer-reviewed.
 
Sexual circuitry in Drosophila.
Auer T.O., Benton R., 2016/06. Current opinion in neurobiology, 38 pp. 18-26. Peer-reviewed.
The Ionotropic Receptors IR21a and IR25a mediate cool sensing in Drosophila.
Ni L., Klein M., Svec K.V., Budelli G., Chang E.C., Ferrer A.J., Benton R., Samuel A.D., Garrity P.A., 2016/04/29. eLife, 5 pp. e13254. Peer-reviewed.
A CD36 ectodomain mediates insect pheromone detection via a putative tunnelling mechanism.
Gomez-Diaz C., Bargeton B., Abuin L., Bukar N., Reina J.H., Bartoi T., Graf M., Ong H., Ulbrich M.H., Masson J.F. et al., 2016. Nature Communications, 7 p. 11866.
Erratum: Multimodal stimulus coding by a gustatory sensory neuron in Drosophila larvae.
van Giesen L., Hernandez-Nunez L., Delasoie-Baranek S., Colombo M., Renaud P., Bruggmann R., Benton R., Samuel A.D., Sprecher S.G., 2016. Nature Communications, 7 p. 11028. Peer-reviewed.
Extensive local adaptation within the chemosensory system following Drosophila melanogaster's global expansion.
Arguello J.R., Cardoso-Moreira M., Grenier J.K., Gottipati S., Clark A.G., Benton R., 2016. Nature Communications, 7 pp. ncomms11855.
Genomic insights into the Ixodes scapularis tick vector of Lyme disease.
Gulia-Nuss M., Nuss A.B., Meyer J.M., Sonenshine D.E., Roe R.M., Waterhouse R.M., Sattelle D.B., de la Fuente J., Ribeiro J.M., Megy K. et al., 2016. Nature Communications, 7 (10507) p. 10507. Peer-reviewed.
 
Ir40a neurons are not DEET detectors.
Silbering A.F., Bell R., Münch D., Cruchet S., Gomez-Diaz C., Laudes T., Galizia C.G., Benton R., 2016. Nature, 534 (7608) pp. E5-E7. Peer-reviewed.
Multimodal stimulus coding by a gustatory sensory neuron in Drosophila larvae.
van Giesen L., Hernandez-Nunez L., Delasoie-Baranek S., Colombo M., Renaud P., Bruggmann R., Benton R., Samuel A.D., Sprecher S.G., 2016. Nature Communications, 7 p. 10687. Peer-reviewed.
A cnidarian homologue of an insect gustatory receptor functions in developmental body patterning.
Saina M., Busengdal H., Sinigaglia C., Petrone L., Oliveri P., Rentzsch F., Benton R., 2015. Nature Communications, 6 p. 6243. Peer-reviewed.
Amino acid coevolution reveals three-dimensional structure and functional domains of insect odorant receptors.
Hopf T.A., Morinaga S., Ihara S., Touhara K., Marks D.S., Benton R., 2015. Nature Communications, 6 (6077) p. 6077. Peer-reviewed.
 
Drosophila Ionotropic Receptor 25a mediates circadian clock resetting by temperature.
Chen C., Buhl E., Xu M., Croset V., Rees J.S., Lilley K.S., Benton R., Hodge J.J., Stanewsky R., 2015. Nature, 527 (7579) pp. 516-520.
Fluctuation-Driven Neural Dynamics Reproduce Drosophila Locomotor Patterns.
Maesani A., Ramdya P., Cruchet S., Gustafson K., Benton R., Floreano D., 2015. Plos Computational Biology, 11 (11) pp. e1004577. Peer-reviewed.
Mechanosensory interactions drive collective behaviour in Drosophila.
Ramdya P., Lichocki P., Cruchet S., Frisch L., Tse W., Floreano D., Benton R., 2015. Nature, 519 (7542) pp. 233-236. Peer-reviewed.
 
Multigene Family Evolution: Perspectives from Insect Chemoreceptors.
Benton R., 2015. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 30 (10) pp. 590-600. Peer-reviewed.
 
Neural Circuits: Male Mating Motifs.
Benton R., 2015. Neuron, 87 (5) pp. 912-914. Peer-reviewed.
Ionotropic receptors (IRs): chemosensory ionotropic glutamate receptors in Drosophila and beyond.
Rytz R., Croset V., Benton R., 2013. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 43 (9) pp. 888-897. Peer-reviewed.
Ligands for pheromone-sensing neurons are not conformationally activated odorant binding proteins.
Gomez-Diaz C., Reina J.H., Cambillau C., Benton R., 2013. PLoS Biology, 11 (4) pp. e1001546.
 
Neuroecology: a fly's bug detector.
Prieto-Godino L.L., Benton R., 2013. Current Biology, 23 (1) pp. R20-R22.
 
The joy of sex pheromones.
Gomez-Diaz C., Benton R., 2013. EMBO Reports, 14 (10) pp. 874-883.
The molecular basis of social behavior: models, methods and advances.
Leboeuf A.C., Benton R., Keller L., 2013. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23 (1) pp. 3-10. Peer-reviewed.
 
Visualizing olfactory receptor expression and localization in Drosophila.
Saina M., Benton R., 2013. pp. 211-228 dans Olfactory Receptors, Humana Press.
 
Calcium imaging of odor-evoked responses in the Drosophila antennal lobe.
Silbering A.F., Bell R., Galizia C.G., Benton R., 2012. Journal of Visualized Experiments 61 p. 2976.
Fluorescence behavioral imaging (FBI) tracks identity in heterogeneous groups of Drosophila.
Ramdya P., Schaffter T., Floreano D., Benton R., 2012. PLoS One, 7 (11) pp. e48381.
 
Sensing the long and the short of it.
Benton R., 2012. Nature Neuroscience, 15 (4) pp. 501-503.
 
An olfactory receptor for food-derived odours promotes male courtship in Drosophila.
Grosjean Y., Rytz R., Farine J.P., Abuin L., Cortot J., Jefferis G.S., Benton R., 2011. Nature, 478 (7368) pp. 236-240.
Complementary function and integrated wiring of the evolutionarily distinct Drosophila olfactory subsystems.
Silbering A.F., Rytz R., Grosjean Y., Abuin L., Ramdya P., Jefferis G.S., Benton R., 2011. Journal of Neuroscience, 31 (38) pp. 13357-13375.
 
Decision making: singin' in the brain.
Benton R., 2011. Neuron, 69 (3) pp. 399-401.
 
Draft genome of the globally widespread and invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile).
Smith C.D., Zimin A., Holt C., Abouheif E., Benton R., Cash E., Croset V., Currie C.R., Elhaik E., Elsik C.G. et al., 2011. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (14) pp. 5673-5678.
 
Draft genome of the red harvester ant Pogonomyrmex barbatus.
Smith C.R., Smith C.D., Robertson H.M., Helmkampf M., Zimin A., Yandell M., Holt C., Hu H., Abouheif E., Benton R. et al., 2011. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (14) pp. 5667-5672.
 
Electrophysiological recording from Drosophila olfactory sensilla.
Benton R., Dahanukar A., 2011. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2011 (7) pp. 824-838.
 
Electrophysiological recording from Drosophila taste sensilla.
Benton R., Dahanukar A., 2011. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols, 2011 (7) pp. 839-850.
Functional architecture of olfactory ionotropic glutamate receptors.
Abuin L., Bargeton B., Ulbrich M.H., Isacoff E.Y., Kellenberger S., Benton R., 2011. Neuron, 69 (1) pp. 44-60.
Acid sensing by the Drosophila olfactory system.
Ai M., Min S., Grosjean Y., Leblanc C., Bell R., Benton R., Suh G.S., 2010. Nature, 468 (7324) pp. 691-695. Peer-reviewed.
Ancient protostome origin of chemosensory ionotropic glutamate receptors and the evolution of insect taste and olfaction.
Croset V., Rytz R., Cummins S.F., Budd A., Brawand D., Kaessmann H., Gibson T.J., Benton R., 2010. PLoS Genetics, 6 (8) pp. e1001064. Peer-reviewed.
 
Chemosensory coding in single sensilla
Benton R., Dahanukar A., 2010. pp. ? dans Zhang B., Freeman M.R., Wadell S. (eds.) Drosophila neurobiology: a laboratory manual, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press.
 
Chemosensory ecology: deceiving Drosophila.
Benton R., 2010. Current Biology, 20 (20) pp. R891-R893.
 
Evolving olfactory systems on the fly.
Ramdya P., Benton R., 2010. Trends in Genetics, 26 (7) pp. 307-316.
 
Ionotropic and metabotropic mechanisms in chemoreception: 'chance or design'?
Silbering A.F., Benton R., 2010. EMBO Reports, 11 (3) pp. 173-179.
 
Neuroscience: Sexy circuits.
Benton R., 2010. Nature, 468 (7324) pp. 638-640.
 
Eppendorf winner. Evolution and revolution in odor detection.
Benton R., 2009. Science, 326 (5951) pp. 382-383.
 
Molecular basis of odor detection in insects.
Benton R., 2009. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1170 pp. 478-481.
Variant ionotropic glutamate receptors as chemosensory receptors in Drosophila.
Benton R., Vannice K.S., Gomez-Diaz C., Vosshall L.B., 2009. Cell, 136 (1) pp. 149-162. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bilateral olfactory sensory input enhances chemotaxis behavior.
Louis M., Huber T., Benton R., Sakmar T.P., Vosshall L.B., 2008. Nature neuroscience, 11 (2) pp. 187-199. Peer-reviewed.
 
Chemical sensing in Drosophila.
Benton R., 2008. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 18 (4) pp. 357-363. Peer-reviewed.
 
An essential role for a CD36-related receptor in pheromone detection in Drosophila.
Benton R., Vannice K.S., Vosshall L.B., 2007/11. Nature, 450 (7167) pp. 289-293. Peer-reviewed.
 
Sensitivity and specificity in Drosophila pheromone perception.
Benton R., 2007. Trends in Neurosciences, 30 (10) pp. 512-519. Peer-reviewed.
 
Smell and taste on a high: symposium on chemical senses: from genes to perception.
Asahina K., Benton R., 2007. EMBO Reports, 8 (7) pp. 634-638. Peer-reviewed.
Atypical membrane topology and heteromeric function of Drosophila odorant receptors in vivo.
Benton R., Sachse S., Michnick S.W., Vosshall L.B., 2006. Plos Biology, 4 (2) pp. e20. Peer-reviewed.
 
Drosophila anterior-posterior polarity requires actin-dependent PAR-1 recruitment to the oocyte posterior.
Doerflinger H., Benton R., Torres I.L., Zwart M.F., St Johnston D., 2006. Current Biology, 16 (11) pp. 1090-1095. Peer-reviewed.
 
On the ORigin of smell: odorant receptors in insects.
Benton R., 2006. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, 63 (14) pp. 1579-1585. Peer-reviewed.
 
A conserved oligomerization domain in drosophila Bazooka/PAR-3 is important for apical localization and epithelial polarity.
Benton R., St Johnston D., 2003. Current Biology, 13 (15) pp. 1330-1334.
 
Drosophila PAR-1 and 14-3-3 inhibit Bazooka/PAR-3 to establish complementary cortical domains in polarized cells.
Benton R., St Johnston D., 2003. Cell, 115 (6) pp. 691-704.
 
The role of PAR-1 in regulating the polarised microtubule cytoskeleton in the Drosophila follicular epithelium.
Doerflinger H., Benton R., Shulman J.M., St Johnston D., 2003. Development, 130 (17) pp. 3965-3975. Peer-reviewed.
 
Cell polarity: posterior Par-1 prevents proteolysis.
Benton R., St Johnston D., 2002/07. Current Biology, 12 (14) pp. R479-R481.
 
Drosophila 14-3-3/PAR-5 is an essential mediator of PAR-1 function in axis formation.
Benton R., Palacios I.M., St Johnston D., 2002. Developmental Cell, 3 (5) pp. 659-671.
 
PAR-1 is required for the maintenance of oocyte fate in Drosophila.
Huynh J.R., Shulman J.M., Benton R., St Johnston D., 2001. Development, 128 (7) pp. 1201-1209.
 
The Drosophila homolog of C. elegans PAR-1 organizes the oocyte cytoskeleton and directs oskar mRNA localization to the posterior pole.
Shulman J.M., Benton R., St Johnston D., 2000/05. Cell, 101 (4) pp. 377-388.
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