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Hui Gong, Lucia L. Prieto-Godino. Shining a light on the evolution of fly species. eLife doi: 10.7554/eLife.60600

Tom Baden$, Mahmoud Bukar Maina, Andre Maia Chagas, Yunusa Garba Mohammed, Thomas O. Auer, Ana Silbering, Lukas von Tobel, Marie Pertin, Renee Hartig, Jelena Aleksic, Ibukun Akinrinade, Mosab A. Awadelkareem, Artemis Koumoundourou, Aled Jones, Fabiana Arieti, Andrew Beale, Daniel Munch, Samyra Cury Salek, Sadiq Yusuf and Lucia L. Prieto-Godino$. TReND in Africa: Toward a Truly Global(Neuro)science Community. Neuron doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2020.06.026

Chagas AM§, Molloy JC§, Prieto Godino LL§, Baden T§. Leveraging Open Hardware to Alleviate the Burden of COVID-19 on Global Health Systems. PLoS Biol doi: pbio.3000730

Zimmermann MJY§, Chagas AM, Bartel P, Pop S, Prieto Godino LL, Baden T. LED Zappelin’: An open source LED controller for arbitrary spectrum visual stimulation and optogenetics during 2-photon imaging. HardwareX doi:10.1016/j.ohx.2020.e00127 (BioRxiv version)

Prieto-Godino LL*, Silbering AF *Khallaf MA, Cruchet S, Bojkowska K Pradervand SHansson BSKnaden M and Benton R§. Functional integration of “undead” neurons in the olfactory system. Science Advances. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaz7238 (BioRxiv version)

Maina MB$, Ahmad U, Ibrahim HA, Hamidu SK, Nasr FE, Salihu AT, Abushouk AI, Abdurrazak M, Awadelkareem MA, Amin A, Imam A, Akinrinade ID, Yakubu AH, Azeez IA, Yunusa GM, Adamu AA, Ibrahim HB, Bukar AM, Yaro AU, Prieto-Godino LL$ and Baden T$. 20 years of African Neuroscience: Waking a sleeping giant. BioRxiv


Janiak FK§, Bartel P, Bale M, Yoshimatsu T, Komulainen EH, Zhou M, Staras K, Prieto Godino LL, Euler T, Maravall M, Baden T§. Divergent excitation two photon microscopy for 3D random access mesoscale imaging at single cell resolution. BioRxiv doi: 10.1101/821405


Abuin L, Prieto-Godino LL, Pan,  HGutierrez C, Huang L, Jin R and Benton R§. In vivo assembly and trafficking of olfactory Ionotropic Receptors. BMCBiology. doi:10.1186/s12915-019-0651-7(BioRxiv version)


Chagas AM§, Prieto-Godino LL, Arrenberg AB and Baden T§. The 100 euro lab: A 3-D printable open source platform for fluorescence microscopy, optogenetics and accurate temperature control during behaviour of zebrafish, Drosophila And C. elegans. PLoS Biology.doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.2002702Commentary on Nature TechBlog.

Prieto-Godino LL, Rytz R, Cruchet S, Bargeton B, Abuin L, Silbering AF, Ruta V, Dal Peraro M, and Benton R§. Evolution of acid-sensing olfactory circuits in drosophilids. Neuron. doi: 10.1016/j.neuron.2016.12.024


Prieto-Godino LL, Rytz R., Bargeton B., Abuin L., Arguello JR, Dal Peraro, M, and Benton, R§:. Olfactory receptor pseudo-pseudogenes. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature19824. Dispatch in Current Biology by Markus Stensmyr. Interview with Lucia for Nature Podcast.


Baden T§, Chagas AM, Gage G, Marzullo T, Prieto-Godino LL, Euler T. Open labware: 3D print your own equipment. PLoS Biology. doi: 0.1371/journal.pbio.1002086.


Yusuf S§, Baden T, Prieto-Godino LL. Bridging the Gap: establishing the necessary Infrastructure and knowledge for teaching and research in neuroscience in Africa. Metabolic brain disease. doi 10.1007/s11011-013-9443-x.


Prieto-Godino LL§. Fly larvae explore the world without a brain. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216 (5). doi: 10.1242/​jeb.077750.

Prieto Godino LL and Benton R. Neuroecology: A fly’s bug detector. Current Biology, 23(1):R20-2. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2012.11.039.


Prieto-Godino LL§, Diegelmann S, Bate M. Embryonic origin of olfactory circuitry in Drosophila: contact and activity-mediated interaction pattern connectivity in the antennal lobe PLoS Biology doi:10(10): e1001400.  Synopsis in PLoS Biology.


Cognigni P*, Denholm D*, Fabre C*, Gu W*, Linneweber W*, Prieto-Godino LL*, Pulver S*, Urbancic V*, Zwart M*, Miguel-Aliaga I. Why flies? Inexpensive public engagement exercises to explain the value of basic biomedical research on Drosophila melanogaster. Advances in Phyisiology Education, doi: 35(4), 384–392


Prieto-Godino LL§, de Polavieja GG. Brain activity at 70–80 Hz changes during olfactory stimulation protocols in Drosophila. PLoS One doi: 5(9): e12867