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Accelerating fishes increase propulsive efficiency by modulating vortex ring geometry
Akanyeti O, Putney J, Yanagitsuru Y, Lauder G, Stewart W, and Liao J (2017)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1705968115

JFM.cover.One-page.2017Computational analysis of vortex dynamics and performance enhancement due to body-fin and fin-fin interactions on fish-like locomotion
Liu G, Ren Y, Dong H, Akanyeti O, Liao JC and Lauder GV (2017)
J. Fluid Mechanics 829, 65-88
DOI: 10.1017/jfm.2017.533

A non-toxic dose of cobalt chloride blocks hair cells of the zebrafish lateral line
Stewart WJ, Johansen JL, and Liao JC (2017)
Hearing Research 350, 17-21
DOI: 10.1016/j.heares.2017.04.001

Refuging rainbow trout selectively exploit flows behind tandem cylinders
Stewart WJ, Tian F, Akanyeti O, Walker CJ, and Liao JC (2016)
Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 2182-2191
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.140475. (Highlighted by INSIDE JEB: Surfing trout foiled by widespread obstacles; Was selected into JEB Subject collection: Comparative biomechanics of movement; Was selected for 2016 Journal of Experimental Biology Outstanding Paper Prize Shortlist)

Synaptic Ribbons Require Ribeye for Electron Density, Proper Synaptic Localization, and Recruitment of Calcium Channels
Lv C, Stewart WJ, Akanyeti O, Frederick C, Zhu J, Santos-Sacchi J, Sheets L, Liao JC, and Zenisek D (2016)
Cell Reports 15, 1-12
DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2016.05.045

Fish optimize sensing and locomotion during undulatory swimming
Akanyeti O, Thornycroft PJM, Lauder GV, Yanagitsuru YR, Peterson AN, and Liao JC (2016)
Nature Communications 11044
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms11044

Lateral line layout correlates with the differential hydrodynamic pressure on swimming fish
Ristroph L, Liao J, and Zhang J (2015)
Physical Review Letters 114, 018102
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.114.018102

Frequency response properties of primary afferent neurons in the posterior lateral line system of larval zebrafish
Levi R, Akanyeti O, Ballo A, and Liao JC (2014)
Journal of Neurophysiology 113(2), 657-668

Afferent and motor neuron activity in response to single neuromast stimulation in the posterior lateral line of larval zebrafish
Haehnel-Tagushi H, Akanyeti O, and Liao JC (2014)
Journal of Neurophysiology 112, 1329-1339

Functional Architecture in Lateral Line Afferent Neurons.
Liao, J.C. (2014)
Flow Sensing in Air and Water: Behavioral, Neural and Engineering Principles of Operation Bleckman, Mogdans & Coombs (Eds.). New York: Springer, 319-331.

The Hydrodynamics of Flow Sensing
McHenry, M.J. & Liao, J.C. (2013)
Springer Handbook of Auditory Research 48: The Lateral Line S. Coombs and H. Bleckman (Eds.), New York: Springer.
DOI: 10.1007/2506_2013_13

Journal-Of-Experimental-BiologyA kinematic model of Kármán gaiting in rainbow trout
Akanyeti O, Liao JC (2013)
Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 4666-4677

The effect of flow speed and body size on Kármán gait kinematics in rainbow trout
Akanyeti O, Liao JC (2013)
Journal of Experimental Biology 216, 3442-3449
DOI: 10.1242/jeb.087502

Effects of Turbulence on Fish Swimming in Aquaculture
Liao JC, Cotel A (2013)
Swimming Physiology of Fish: Towards Using Exercise to Farm a Fit Fish in Sustainable Aquaculture A.P. Palstra and J.V. Planas (Eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-31049-2_5

Physiology of afferent neurons in larval zebrafish provides a functional framework for lateral line somatotopy.
Liao JC, Haehnel M (2012)
Journal of  Neurophysiology 107, 2615-2623

Science Magazine - Fish Swimming in TurbulenceZebrafish Larvae Exhibit Rheotaxis and Can Escape a Continuous Suction Source Using Their Lateral Line.
Olszewski J, Haehenl M, Tagushi M, Liao J (2012)
PLoSOne 7(5): e36661.

Heterogeneity and dynamics of lateral line afferent innervation during development in zebrafish (Danio rerio).
Haehnel M, Taguchi M, Liao JC (2011)
The Journal of Comparative Neurology 520, 1376-1386

The IPOS framework: linking fish swimming performance in altered flows from laboratory experiments to rivers.
Lacey, J., Neary, V., Liao, J., Enders, E. and Tritico, H.
River Research and Applications RRA-10-0239.R2.

An efficient immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method for the hydrodynamic interaction of elastic filaments.
Fang-Bao Tian, Haoxiang Luo, Luoding Zhu, James C. Liao and Xi-Yun Lu (2011)
Journal of Computational Physics. 230, 7266–7283

Rainbow trout consume less oxygen in turbulence: the energetics of swimming behaviors at different speeds.
Masashige Taguchi and James C. Liao (2011)
Journal of Experimental Biology 214, 428-1436

James C. Liao - Fish swimming in a vortexOrganization and physiology of posterior lateral line afferent neurons in larval zebrafish.
Liao, J.C. (2010)
Biology Letters published online before print February 24, 2010.

Shared versus specialized glycinergic spinal interneurons in axial motor circuits of larval zebrafish.
Liao, J.C. and Fetcho, J.R. (2008)
The Journal of Neuroscience 28(48), 12982-92

A review of fish swimming mechanics and behavior in altered flows.
Liao, J.C. (2007)
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 362 (1487), 1973-93

Passive propulsion in vortex wakes.
D. N. Beal, F. S. Hover, M. S. Triantafyllou, J. C. Liao & G. V. Lauder (2006)
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 549, 385-402

The role of the lateral line and vision on body kinematics and hydrodynamic preference of rainbow trout in turbulent flow.
Liao, J.C. (2006)
The Journal of Experimental Biology 209, 4077-4090

Neuromuscular control of fish swimming in a vortex street: implications for energy economy.
Liao, J.C. (2004)
The Journal of Experimental Biology 207, 3495-3506

Fish exploiting vortices use less muscle.
Liao, J. C., Beal, D. N., Lauder, G.V., and Triantafyllou, M.S. (2003)
Science 302, 1566-1569. (cover article)

The Kármán gait; novel kinematics of rainbow trout swimming in a vortex street.
Liao, J. C., Beal, D. N., Lauder, G.V., and Triantafyllou, M.S. (2003)
The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 1059-1073. (cover article)

Swimming in needlefish: anguilliform locomotion with fins.
Liao, J. C. (2002)
The Journal of Experimental Biology 205, 2875-2884

Function of the heterocercal tail in white sturgeon: flow visualization during steady swimming and vertical maneuvering.
Liao, J. and Lauder, G.V. (2000)
The Journal of Experimental Biology 203, 3585-3594

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