1. A. Karni, G. Meyer, P. Jezzard, M.M. Adams, R. Turner, and L.G. Ungerleider (1995) functional MRI evidence for adult motor cortex plasticity during motor skill learning. Nature, 377:155-158.

2. P.R. Hof, L.G. Ungerleider, M.J. Webster, R. Gattass, M.M. Adams, C.A. Sailstad, and J.H. Morrison (1996) Neurofilament protein is differentially distributed in subpopulations of corticocortical projection neurons in the macaque monkey visual pathways. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 376:112-127.

3. P.R. Hof, L.G. Ungerleider, M.M. Adams, M.J. Webster, R. Gattass, D.M. Blumberg, and J.H. Morrison (1997) Callosally-projecting neurons in the macaque monkey V1/V2 border are enriched in nonphosphorylated neurofilament protein. Visual Neuroscience, 14:981-987.

4. A. Karni, G. Meyer, C. Rey-Hipolito, P. Jezzard, M.M. Adams, R. Turner, and L.G. Ungerleider (1998) The acquisition of skilled motor performance: fast and slow experience-driven changes in primary motor cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 95:861-868.

5. M.M. Adams, R.A. Flagg, and A.C. Gore (1999) Perinatal changes in hypothalamic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and their relationship to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons. Endocrinology, 140:2288-2296.

6. M.M. Adams, P.R. Hof, R. Gattass, M.J. Webster, and L.G. Ungerleider (2000) Visual cortical projections and chemoarchitecture of macaque monkey pulvinar. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 419:377-393.

7. T.D. Smith, M.M. Adams, J.H. Morrison, M. Gallagher, and P.R. Rapp (2000) Circuit-specific alterations in hippocampal synaptophysin immunoreactivity predict spatial learning impairment. Journal of Neuroscience, 20: 6587-6593.

8. M.M. Adams, T.D. Smith, D. Moga, M. Gallagher, Y. Wang, B.B. Wolfe, P.R. Rapp, and J.H. Morrison (2001) Hippocampal dependent learning ability correlates with N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor levels in CA3 neurons of young and aged rats. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 432: 230-243.

9. M.M. Adams, J.H. Morrison, and A.C. Gore (2001) N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit mRNA levels change during reproductive senescence in hippocampus of female rats. Experimental Neurology, 170: 171-179.

10. M.M. Adams, R.A. Shah, W.G.M. Janssen, and J.H. Morrison (2001) Different modes of hippocampal plasticity in response to estrogen in young and aged female rats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 98: 8071-8076.

11. M.M. Adams, T. Oung, J.H. Morrison, and A.C. Gore (2001) Length of postovariectomy interval and age, but not estrogen replacement, regulate N-methyl-D-aspartate Receptor mRNA levels in the hippocampus of female rats. Experimental Neurology, 170: 345-356.

12. M.M. Adams, A.H. Gazzaley, and J.H. Morrison (2001) Attenuated lesion-induced N-methyl-D-aspartate Receptor (NMDAR) plasticity in the dentate gyrus of aged rats following perforant path lesions. Experimental Neurology, 172: 244–249.

13. J. Doyon, A.W. Song, A. Karni, F. Lalonde, M.M. Adams, and L.G. Ungerleider (2002) Experience-dependent changes in cerebellar contributions to motor sequence learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 99: 1017-1022.

14. M.M. Adams, S.E. Fink, R.A. Shah, W.G.M. Janssen, S. Hayashi, T.A. Milner, B.S. McEwen, and J.H. Morrison (2002) Estrogen and age impact the subcellular distribution of estrogen receptor-alpha in the hippocampus of young and aged female rats. Journal of Neuroscience, 22:3608-3614.

15. M.M. Adams and J.H. Morrison (2003) Estrogen and the aging hippocampal synapse. Cerebral Cortex, 13:1271-1275.

16. W.K. Nahm, B.D. Philpot, M.M. Adams, E.V. Badiavas, L.H. Zhou, J.Butmarc, M.F. Bear, and V. Falanga (2004) Significance of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor-mediated signaling in human keratinocytes. Journal of Cellular Physiology, 200: 309-317.

17. M.M. Adams, S.E. Fink, W.G.M. Janssen, R.A. Shah, and J.H. Morrison (2004) Estrogen modulates synaptic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit distribution in the aged hippocampus. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 474: 419-426.

18. M.M. Ramsey, M.M. Adams, O.J. Ariwodola, W.E. Sonntag, and J.L. Weiner. (2005) Functional characterization of des-IGF-1 action at excitatory synapses in the CA1 region of rat hippocampus. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94:247-254.

19. L. Shi, M.M. Adams, A. Long, C.C. Carter, C. Benett, W.E. Sonntag, M. Nicolle, M. Robbins, R. D’Agostino, and J.K. Brunso-Bechtold. (2006) Spatial learning and memory deficits after whole-brain irradiation are associated with changes in NMDA receptor subunits in the hippocampus. Radiation Research, 166:892-899.

20. L. Shi, M.M Adams, M.C. Linville, I.G. Newton, M.E. Forbes, A.B. Long, D.R. Riddle, J.K. Brunso-Bechtold. (2007) Caloric restriction eliminates the aging-related decline in NMDA and AMPA receptor subunits in the rat hippocampus and induces homeostasis. Experimental Neurology, 206:70-79.

21. M. Yildirim, W.G.M. Janssen, N.E. Tabori, M.M. Adams, G.S. Yuen, K.T. Akama, B.S. McEwen, T.A. Milner, and J.H. Morrison. (2008) Estrogen and aging affect synaptic distribution of phosphorylated LIM kinase (pLIMK) in CA1 region of female rat hippocampus. Neuroscience, 152:360-70.

22. M.M. Adams, L. Shi, M.C. Linville, M.E. Forbes, A.B. Long, Colleen Bennett, I.G. Newton, C. Carter, W.E. Sonntag, D.R. Riddle, and J.K. Brunso-Bechtold. (2008) Caloric restriction and age affect synaptic proteins in hippocampal CA3 and spatial learning ability. Experimental Neurology, 211:141-9.

23. M.M. Adams, M.E. Forbes, M.C. Linville, D.R. Riddle, W.E. Sonntag, and J.K. Brunso-Bechtold. (2009) Stability of local brain levels of insulin-like growth factor-I in two well-characterized models of decreased plasma IGF-I. Growth Factors, 27:181-8.

24. M.M. Adams, H.S. Donohue, M.C. Linville, E.A. Iversen, I.G. Newton, and J.K. Brunso-Bechtold. (2010) Age-related synapse loss in hippocampal CA3 is not reversed by caloric restriction, Neuroscience, 171:373-382.

25. D.P. Molina, O.J. Ariwodola, C.M. Linville, W.E. Sonntag, J.L. Weiner, J.K. Brunso-Bechtold, and M.M. Adams. (2012) Growth hormone modulates hippocampal excitatory synaptic transmission and plasticity in old rats, Neurobiology of Aging, 33:1938-1949.

26. D.P. Molina, O.J. Ariwodola, J.L. Weiner, J.K. Brunso-Bechtold, and M.M. Adams. (2013) Growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I alter hippocampal excitatory synaptic transmission in young and old rats. Age, 35: 1575-1587.

27. I. Aktoprak, P. Dinc, G. Gunay, and M.M. Adams (2013) Novel Object Recognition Is Not Affected By Age Despite Age-Related Brain Changes. World Journal of Neuroscience, 3: 269-274.

28. A. Arslan-Ergul, A.T. Ozdemir, and M.M. Adams. (2013) Aging, neurogenesis, and caloric restriction in different model organisms. Aging and Disease, 4: 221-232.

29. A. Arslan-Ergul and M.M. Adams (2014) Gene expression changes in aging zebrafish (Danio rerio) brains are sexually dimorphic. BMC Neuroscience, 15: 29.

30. F. Doldur-Balli, M.N. Ozel, S. Gulsuner, A.B. Tekinay, T. Ozcelik, O. Konu, and M.M. Adams (2015) Characterization of a novel zebrafish (Danio rerio) gene, wdr81, associated with cerebellar ataxia, mental retardation and dysequilibrium syndrome (CAMRQ). BMC Neuroscience, 16:96.

31. A. Arslan-Ergul, B. Erbaba, E.T. Karoglu, D.O. Halim, and M.M. Adams (2016) Short-Term Dietary Restriction in Old Zebrafish Changes Cell Senescence Mechanisms. Neuroscience, 334:64-75.

32. E.T. Karoglu, D.O. Halim, B. Erkaya, F. Altaytas; A. Arslan-Ergul, O. Konu, and M.M. Adams (2017) Aging Alters The Molecular Dynamics Of Synapses In A Sexually Dimorphic Pattern In Zebrafish (Danio rerio). Neurobiology of Aging, 54:10-21.

33. M.E. Avci, A.G. Keskus, S. Targen, M.E. Isilak, M. Ozturk, R.C. Atalay, M.M. Adams, and O. Konu (2018) Development of a novel zebrafish xenograft model in ache mutants using liver cancer cell lines. Scientific Reports, 8: 1570.

34. Y. Oskay, B. Cetin, N. Serifoglu, A. Arslan-Ergul, and M.M. Adams (2018) A Novel, Low-Cost Anesthesia and Injection System for Zebrafish Researchers. Zebrafish, 15: 85-95.

35. M.U. Tuz-Sasik, E.T. Karoglu-Eravsar, M. Kinali M, A. Arslan-Ergul, and M.M. Adams (2020) Expression Levels of SMAD Specific E3 Ubiquitin Protein Ligase 2 (Smurf2) and its Interacting Partners Show Region-specific Alterations During Brain Aging. Neuroscience, 436: 46-73.

36. D. Celebi-Birand, N.I. Ardic, E.T. Karoglu-Eravsar, G.F. Sengul, H. Kafaligonul, and M.M. Adams (2020) Dietary and Pharmacological Interventions that Inhibit Mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) Activity Alter the Brain Expression Levels of Neurogenic and Glial Markers in An Age- and Treatment-Dependent Manner. Rejuvenation Research, in press.

37. B. Erbaba, O.P. Burhan, N. Serifoglu, B. Muratoglu, F. Kahveci, M.M. Adams, and A. Arslan-Ergul (2020) Zebrafish brain RNA Sequencing reveals that cell adhesion molecules are critical in brain aging. Neurobiology of Aging, 94: 164-175.

38. A. Karaduman, E.T. Karoglu-Eravsar, U. Kaya, A. Aydin, M.M Adams, and H. Kafaligonul (2020) The Optomotor Response of Aging Zebrafish Reveals a Complex Relationship between Visual Motion Characteristics and Cholinergic System. Neurobiology of Aging, in press.

39. B. Erbaba, A. Arslan-Ergul, and M.M. Adams (2020) Effects of Caloric Restriction on the Antagonistic and Integrated Hallmarks of Aging. Ageing Research Reviews, under review.

40. E.T. Karoglu-Eravsar, M.U. Tuz-Sasik, and M.M. Adams (2020) Short-Term Caloric Restriction (CR) Maintains Synaptic Plasticity and Short-Term Overfeeding (OF) Leads to Altered Neuronal Proliferation in an Age-Dependent Manner. Neurobiology of Agng, under review.