Eric Hoopfer
Eric Hoopfer
Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Carleton College
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Axon pruning during Drosophila metamorphosis: evidence for local degeneration and requirement of the ubiquitin-proteasome system
RJ Watts, ED Hoopfer, L Luo
Neuron 38 (6), 871-885, 2003
Automated monitoring and analysis of social behavior in Drosophila
H Dankert, L Wang, ED Hoopfer, DJ Anderson, P Perona
Nature methods 6 (4), 297-303, 2009
Involvement of the ubiquitin-proteasome system in the early stages of wallerian degeneration
Q Zhai, J Wang, A Kim, Q Liu, R Watts, E Hoopfer, T Mitchison, L Luo, ...
Neuron 39 (2), 217-225, 2003
Wlds protection distinguishes axon degeneration following injury from naturally occurring developmental pruning
ED Hoopfer, T McLaughlin, RJ Watts, O Schuldiner, DDM O'Leary, L Luo
Neuron 50 (6), 883-895, 2006
Optogenetic control of Drosophila using a red-shifted channelrhodopsin reveals experience-dependent influences on courtship
HK Inagaki, Y Jung, ED Hoopfer, AM Wong, N Mishra, JY Lin, RY Tsien, ...
Nature methods 11 (3), 325-332, 2014
Tachykinin-expressing neurons control male-specific aggressive arousal in Drosophila
K Asahina, K Watanabe, BJ Duistermars, E Hoopfer, CR González, ...
Cell 156 (1-2), 221-235, 2014
P1 interneurons promote a persistent internal state that enhances inter-male aggression in Drosophila
ED Hoopfer, Y Jung, HK Inagaki, GM Rubin, DJ Anderson
Elife 4, e11346, 2015
Molecular mechanisms of corticosteroid synergy with thyroid hormone during tadpole metamorphosis
RM Bonett, ED Hoopfer, RJ Denver
General and comparative endocrinology 168 (2), 209-219, 2010
Detecting social actions of fruit flies
E Eyjolfsdottir, S Branson, XP Burgos-Artizzu, ED Hoopfer, J Schor, ...
European Conference on Computer Vision, 772-787, 2014
Neural control of aggression in Drosophila
ED Hoopfer
Current Opinion in Neurobiology 38, 109-118, 2016
Genomic analysis of Drosophila neuronal remodeling: a role for the RNA-binding protein Boule as a negative regulator of axon pruning
ED Hoopfer, A Penton, RJ Watts, L Luo
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (24), 6092-6103, 2008
A Circuit Node that Integrates Convergent Input from Neuromodulatory and Social Behavior-Promoting Neurons to Control Aggression in Drosophila
K Watanabe, H Chiu, BD Pfeiffer, AM Wong, ED Hoopfer, GM Rubin, ...
Neuron 95 (5), 1112-1128. e7, 2017
Basic transcription element binding protein is a thyroid hormone‐regulated transcription factor expressed during metamorphosis in Xenopus laevis
ED Hoopfer, L Huang, RJ Denver
Development, growth & differentiation 44 (5), 365-381, 2002
Internal states and behavioral decision-making: toward an integration of emotion and cognition
A Kennedy, K Asahina, E Hoopfer, H Inagaki, Y Jung, H Lee, R Remedios, ...
Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative biology 79, 199-210, 2014
Reducing axon degeneration with proteasome inhibitors
Z He, Q Zhai, J Wang, R Watts, E Hoopfer, L Luo
US Patent 7,012,063, 2006
A brain module for scalable control of complex, multi-motor threat displays
BJ Duistermars, BD Pfeiffer, ED Hoopfer, DJ Anderson
Neuron 100 (6), 1474-1490. e4, 2018
Optogenetic control of freely behaving adult Drosophila using a red-shifted channelrhodopsin
HK Inagaki, Y Jung, ED Hoopfer, AM Wong, N Mishra, JY Lin, RY Tsien, ...
Nature methods 11 (3), 325, 2014
A circuit logic for sexually shared and dimorphic aggressive behaviors in Drosophila
H Chiu, ED Hoopfer, ML Coughlan, HJ Pavlou, SF Goodwin, DJ Anderson
Cell 184 (2), 507-520. e16, 2021
The Fly Olympiad: A series of high-throughput, quantitative behavioral experiments in Drosophila neurobiology
W Korff, D Anderson, K Branson, G Card, N Chen, S Hayes, J Hirokawa, ...
Front Behav Neurosci Conference Abstract: Tenth International Congress of …, 2012
Synergistic upregulation of thyroid hormone receptor mRNAs by thyroid hormone and corticosterone in tadpoles of Xenopus laevis.
ED Hoopfer, RJ Denver
AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST 40 (6), 1064-1064, 2000
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