Jane Louise Hurst
Jane Louise Hurst
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On the methods of measuring association between two attributes
GU Yule
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 75 (6), 579-652, 1912
7191912
Individual recognition in mice mediated by major urinary proteins
JL Hurst, CE Payne, CM Nevison, AD Marie, RE Humphries, ...
Nature 414 (6864), 631-634, 2001
6002001
Scent wars: the chemobiology of competitive signalling in mice
JL Hurst, RJ Beynon
Bioessays 26 (12), 1288-1298, 2004
4402004
Taming anxiety in laboratory mice
JL Hurst, RS West
Nature methods 7 (10), 825-826, 2010
4142010
Darcin: a male pheromone that stimulates female memory and sexual attraction to an individual male's odour
SA Roberts, DM Simpson, SD Armstrong, AJ Davidson, DH Robertson, ...
BMC biology 8 (1), 1-21, 2010
2852010
Urine marking in populations of wild house mice Mus domesticus Rutty. I. Communication between males
JL Hurst
Animal Behaviour 40 (2), 209-222, 1990
2851990
Proteins in urine scent marks of male house mice extend the longevity of olfactory signals
JL HURST, DHL ROBERTSON, U TOLLADAY, RJ BEYNON
Animal behaviour 55 (5), 1289-1297, 1998
2681998
Urinary proteins and the modulation of chemical scents in mice and rats
RJ Beynon, JL Hurst
Peptides 25 (9), 1553-1563, 2004
2052004
The genetic basis of inbreeding avoidance in house mice
AL Sherborne, MD Thom, S Paterson, F Jury, WER Ollier, P Stockley, ...
Current biology 17 (23), 2061-2066, 2007
1972007
The genetic basis of individual-recognition signals in the mouse
SA Cheetham, MD Thom, F Jury, WER Ollier, RJ Beynon, JL Hurst
Current Biology 17 (20), 1771-1777, 2007
1972007
Scent marks as reliable signals of the competitive ability of mates
TJ Rich, JL Hurst
Animal Behaviour 56 (3), 727-735, 1998
1971998
Multiple roles of major urinary proteins in the house mouse, Mus domesticus
RJ Beynon, JL Hurst
Biochemical Society Transactions 31 (1), 142-146, 2003
1882003
The competing countermarks hypothesis: reliable assessment of competitive ability by potential mates
TJ Rich, JL Hurst
Animal behaviour 58 (5), 1027-1037, 1999
1831999
Unravelling the chemical basis of competitive scent marking in house mice
RE Humphries, DHL Robertson, RJ Beynon, JL Hurst
Animal behaviour 58 (6), 1177-1190, 1999
1751999
Urine marking in populations of wild house mice Mus domesticus Rutty. III. Communication between the sexes
JL Hurst
Animal Behaviour 40 (2), 233-243, 1990
1681990
Positional proteomics: selective recovery and analysis of N-terminal proteolytic peptides
L McDonald, DHL Robertson, JL Hurst, RJ Beynon
Nature methods 2 (12), 955-957, 2005
1652005
Individual recognition by scent
MD Thom, JL Hurst
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 765-787, 2004
1592004
Female recognition and assessment of males through scent
JL Hurst
Behavioural brain research 200 (2), 295-303, 2009
1582009
The functions of urine marking in a free-living population of house mice, Mus domesticus Rutty
JL Hurst
Animal Behaviour 35 (5), 1433-1442, 1987
1561987
The priming effects of urine substrate marks on interactions between male house mice, Mus musculus domesticus Schwarz & Schwarz
JL Hurst
Animal Behaviour 45 (1), 55-81, 1993
1541993
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