• Dambroise, E., L. Monnier, L. Ruisheng, H. Aguilaniu, J. S. Joly, H. Tricoire, and M. Rera. 2016. Two phases of aging separated by the Smurf transition as a public path to death. Sci Rep 6:23523.
    • Aguilaniu, H., P. Fabrizio, and M. Witting. 2016. The Role of Dafachronic Acid Signaling in Development and Longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans: Digging Deeper Using Cutting-Edge Analytical Chemistry. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) 7:12.


    • Witting, M., H. C. Rudloff, M. Thondamal, H. Aguilaniu, and P. Schmitt-Kopplin. 2015. Fast separation and quantification of steroid hormones Delta4- and Delta7-dafachronic acid in Caenorhabditis elegans. J Chromatogr B Analyt Technol Biomed Life Sci 978-979:118-121.
    • Aguilaniu, H. 2015. The Mysterious Relationship Between Reproduction and Longevity. Worm.



    • Thondamal, M., M. Witting, P. Schmitt-Kopplin, and H. Aguilaniu. 2014. Steroid hormone signalling links reproduction to lifespan in dietary-restricted Caenorhabditis elegans. Nat Commun 5:4879.



    • Fehrmann, S., C. Paoletti, Y. Goulev, A. Ungureanu, H. Aguilaniu, and G. Charvin. 2013. Aging yeast cells undergo a sharp entry into senescence unrelated to the loss of mitochondrial membrane potential. Cell Rep 5:1589-1599.
    • Hansen, M., T. Flatt, and H. Aguilaniu.2013. Reproduction, fat metabolism, and life span: what is the connection? Cell Metab 17:10-19.



    • Goudeau, J., S. Bellemin, E. Toselli-Mollereau, M. Shamalnasab, Y. Chen, and H. Aguilaniu. 2011. Fatty acid desaturation links germ cell loss to longevity through NHR-80/HNF4 in C. elegans. PLoS Biol 9:e1000599.



    • Goudeau, J., and H. Aguilaniu. 2010. Carbonylated proteins are eliminated during reproduction in C. elegans. Aging Cell 9:991-1003.
    • Panowski, S. H., S. Wolff, H. Aguilaniu, J. Durieux, and A. Dillin. 2007. PHA-4/Foxa mediates diet-restriction-induced longevity of C. elegans. Nature 447:550-555.
    • Hernebring, M., G. Brolen, H. Aguilaniu, H. Semb, and T. Nystrom. 2006. Elimination of damaged proteins during differentiation of embryonic stem cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 103:7700-7705.
    • Aguilaniu, H., J. Durieux, and A. Dillin. 2005. Metabolism, ubiquinone synthesis, and longevity. Genes Dev 19:2399-2406.



    • Rigoulet, M., H. Aguilaniu, N. Averet, O. Bunoust, N. Camougrand, X. Grandier-Vazeille, C. Larsson, I. L. Pahlman, S. Manon, and L. Gustafsson. 2004. Organization and regulation of the cytosolic NADH metabolism in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Mol Cell Biochem 256-257:73-81.
    • Hlavata, L., H. Aguilaniu, A. Pichova, and T. Nystrom. 2003. The oncogenic RAS2(val19) mutation locks respiration, independently of PKA, in a mode prone to generate ROS. EMBO J 22:3337-3345.
    • Desnues, B., C. Cuny, G. Gregori, S. Dukan, H. Aguilaniu, and T. Nystrom. 2003. Differential oxidative damage and expression of stress defence regulons in culturable and non-culturable Escherichia coli cells. EMBO Rep 4:400-404.
    • Aguilaniu, H., L. Gustafsson, M. Rigoulet, and T. Nystrom. 2003. Asymmetric inheritance of oxidatively damaged proteins during cytokinesis. Science 299:1751-1753.
    • Averet, N., H. Aguilaniu, O. Bunoust, L. Gustafsson, and M. Rigoulet. 2002. NADH is specifically channeled through the mitochondrial porin channel in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J Bioenerg Biomembr 34:499-506.
    • Aguilaniu, H., L. Gustafsson, M. Rigoulet, and T. Nystrom. 2001. Protein oxidation in G0 cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae depends on the state rather than rate of respiration and is enhanced in pos9 but not yap1 mutants. J Biol Chem 276:35396-35404.