Aaron Gross Publications
Aaron D. Gross and Joel R. Coats. Can green chemistry provide effective repellents? In Insect Repellents: principles, methods, and uses. Eds. Mostapha Debboun, Steve Frances, and Daniel Strickman. Taylor and Francis. Under Review.
Aaron D. Gross, Michael J. Kimber, Tim A. Day, Paula Riberio, and Joel R. Coats. Expression of an α-adrenergic-like octopamine receptor from Periplaneta americana in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: A tool to study essential oil monoterpenoids at a constitutively active GPCR. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology, Under Review.
Aaron D. Gross, Michael J. Kimber, Tim A. Day, Paula Riberio, and Joel R. Coats. Quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSARs) to describe monoterpenoid activity at the American cockroach octopamine receptor, Pa oa1. In Natural Products for Pest Management, John J. Beck, Joel R. Coats, Stephen O. Duke, Marja E. Koivunen, eds., ACS Books, Washington, DC. Accepted – In press
Keri L. Carstens. Aaron D. Gross, Garritt Page, Philip Dixon, Thomas B. Moorman, and Joel R. Coats. 2013. Fate of sulfamethazine in a freshwater sediment microcosm. Environmental Science and Technology 47:10877-10883.
Fan Tong, Aaron D. Gross, Marc Dolan, and Joel R. Coats. 2013. The phenolic monoterpenoid carvacrol binds to a unique site on the Musca domestica (house fly) nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Pest Management Science. 69:7 (775-882).
Gross, Aaron, Ta Ren Ong, Rainer Grant, Todd Hoffmann, Daniel D. Gregory, and Lakshmaiah Sreerama. 2009. Human aldehyde dehydrogenase catalyzed oxidation of ethylene glycol ether aldehydes. Chemico-Biological Interactions. 178:56-63,
Sreerama, L., Grant, R., Revee, B. Gross, A., and Gregory, D. 2007. Polymorphic human class-3 aldehyde dehydrogenases, Enzymology and Molecular Biology of Carbonyl Metabolism-13, pp. 53-64.