*Denotes undergraduate student co-author
Curtis* J, R Derby*, M Seefled*, L Vang*, and KA Tweeten. 2006.Molecular Analysis of the Extracellular Hemoglobin from Lumbriculus variegatus. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, 69:7.
K. A. Tweeten, M. J. Myers, L. H. Gildesoph and others. 2006. Animating a Biology Curriculum with Research. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 26(3):122-127.
K. A. Tweeten, M. J. Myers, L. H. Gildesoph and others. 2007. Animating a Biology Curriculum with Research. IN Developing and Sustaining a Research-Supportive Curriculum: A Compendium of Successful Practices, Kerry K. Karukstis and Timothy E. Elgren, eds., Council on Undergraduate Research, Washington, D.C.
K. A. Tweeten and J. Muñoz Bravo. 2008. Q’apha, a Pest Causing Skin Irritations in Nor Yungas Region of Bolivia, Identified as a Chigger Mite, Eutrombicula batatas. Tropical Doctor 38:63-64.
Martha M. Phillips, Lynne H. Gildensoph, Marcella J. Myers, Cynthia G. Norton, Andrea M. Olson, Kathleen A. Tweeten, and Deborah D. Wygal. 2007. Investigative Labs in Biology: The Importance of Attending to Team Dynamics. Journal of College Science Teaching. 37:23-27.
Josephine Anuforo* and Kathleen A. Tweeten. 2008. Analysis of Protein Expression During Regeneration in Lumbriculus variegatus. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, 71:3.
Kay A. Tweeten and Amy Anderson*. 2008. Analysis of cell proliferation and migration during regeneration In Lumbriculus variegatus (Clitellata: Lumbriculidae). BIOS 79(4):183-190.
Kay A. Tweeten and Anee Reiner. 2012. Characterization of serine proteases of Lumbriculus variegatus and their role in regeneration. Invertebrate Biology 131:322-332.