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• Reisenman, C.E., and Scott, K. (2019). Food-derived volatiles enhance consumption in Drosophila melanogaster. J. Exp. Biol. 222, jeb.202762.

• Youn, H., Kirkhart, C., Chia, J., and Scott, K. (2018).
A subset of octopaminergic neurons that promotes feeding initiation in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 13, e0198362.

• Scott, K. (2018).
Gustatory Processing in Drosophila melanogaster. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 63, 15-30.

• Cheung, S.K., and Scott, K. (2017).
GABAA receptor-expressing neurons promote consumption in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 12, e0175177.

• Kim, H., Kirkhart, C., and Scott, K. (2017).
Long-range projection neurons in the taste circuit of Drosophila. Elife 6, e23386.

• Jourjine, N., Mullaney, B.C., Mann, K., and Scott, K. (2016).
Coupled Sensing of Hunger and Thirst Signals Balances Sugar and Water Consumption. Cell 166, 855-866.

• Kallman, B.R., Kim, H., and Scott, K. (2015).
Excitation and inhibition onto central courtship neurons biases Drosophila mate choice. Elife 4, e11188.

• Harris, D.T., Kallman, B.R., Mullaney, B.C., and Scott, K. (2015).
Representations of Taste Modality in the Drosophila Brain. Neuron 86, 1449-1460.

• Kirkhart, C., and Scott, K. (2015).
Gustatory learning and processing in the Drosophila mushroom bodies. J. Neurosci. 35, 5950-5958.

• Pool, A.H., Kvello, P., Mann, K., Cheung, S.K., Gordon, M.D., Wang, L., and Scott, K. (2014).
Four GABAergic interneurons impose feeding restraint in Drosophila. Neuron 83, 164-177.

• Pool, A.H., and Scott, K. (2014).
Feeding regulation in Drosophila. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 29, 57-63. Review.

• Mann, K., Gordon, M.D., and Scott, K. (2013).
A pair of interneurons influences the choice between feeding and locomotion in Drosophila. Neuron 79, 754-765.

• Thistle, R., Cameron, P., Ghorayshi, A., Dennison, L., and Scott, K. (2012).
Contact chemoreceptors mediate male-male repulsion and male-female attraction during Drosophila courtship. Cell 149, 1140-1151.

• Manzo, A., Silies, M., Gohl, D.M., and Scott, K. (2012).
Motor neurons controlling fluid ingestion in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 109, 6307-6312.

• Marella, S., Mann, K., and Scott, K. (2012).
Dopaminergic modulation of sucrose acceptance behavior in Drosophila. Neuron 73, 941-950.

• Scott, K., and Hammarlund, M. (2012).
Science in Suzhou: establishment and function of neural circuits. EMBO Rep. 13, 286-288.

• Scott, K. (2011).
Out of thin air: sensory detection of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Neuron 69, 194-202. Review.

• Masek, P., and Scott, K. (2010).
Limited taste discrimination in Drosophila. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 107, 14833-14838.

• Cameron, P., Hiroi, M., Ngai, J., and Scott, K. (2010).
The molecular basis for water taste in Drosophila. Nature 465, 91-95.

• Gordon, M.D., and Scott, K. (2009).
Motor Control in a Drosophila Taste Circuit. Neuron 61, 373-384.

• Gordon, M.D., Manzo, A., and Scott, K. (2008).
Fly neurobiology: development and function of the brain. Meeting on the Neurobiology of Drosophila. EMBO Rep. 9, 239-242.

• Fischler, W., Kong, P., Marella, S., and Scott, K. (2007).
The detection of carbonation by the Drosophila gustatory system. Nature 448, 1054-1057.

• Marella, S., Fischler, W., Kong, P., Asgarian, S., Rueckert, E., and Scott, K. (2006).
Imaging taste responses in the fly brain reveals a functional map of taste category and behavior. Neuron 49, 285-295.

• Scott, K. (2005).
Taste recognition: Food for thought. Neuron 48, 455-464.Review.

• Scott, K. (2004).
The sweet and the bitter of mammalian taste. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 14, 423-427. Review.

• Wang, Z., Singhvi, A., Kong, P., and Scott, K. (2004).
Taste representations in the Drosophila brain. Cell 117, 981-991.