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    1. Detrait, ER; Yoo, S; Eddleman, CS; Fukuda, M; Bittner, GD; Fishman, HM
      Plasmalemmal repair of severed neurites of PC12 cells requires Ca2+ and synaptotagmin

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    2. Detrait, E; Eddleman, CS; Yoo, S; Fukuda, M; Nguyen, MP; Bittner, GD; Fishman, HM
      Axolemmal repair requires proteins that mediate synaptic vesicle fusion

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    3. Lichstein, JW; Ballinger, ML; Blanchette, AR; Fishman, HM; Bittner, GD
      Structural changes at cut ends of earthworm giant axons in the interval between dye barrier formation and neuritic outgrowth

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    4. Eddleman, CS; Bittner, GD; Fishman, HM
      Barrier permeability at cut axonal ends progressively decreases until an ionic seal is formed

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    5. Blanchette, AR; Ballinger, ML; Fishman, HM; Bittner, GD
      Calcium entry initiates processes that restore a barrier to dye entry in severed earthworm giant axons

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    6. Lore, AB; Hubbell, JA; Bobb, DS; Ballinger, ML; Loftin, KL; Smith, JW; Smyers, ME; Garcia, HD; Bittner, GD
      Rapid induction of functional and morphological continuity between severedends of mammalian or earthworm myelinated axons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. EDDLEMAN CS; BITTNER GD; FISHMAN HM
      VESICLES INDUCED BY CALCIUM INFLOW AFTER AXONAL INJURY MEDIATE REPAIROF AXOLEMMAL DISRUPTIONS

      Molecular biology of the cell
    8. Eddleman, CS; Smyers, ME; Lore, A; Fishman, HM; Bittner, GD
      Anomalies associated with dye exclusion as a measure of axolemmal repair in invertebrate axons

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    9. EDDLEMAN CS; BALLINGER ML; SMYERS ME; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      ENDOCYTOTIC FORMATION OF VESICLES AND OTHER MEMBRANOUS STRUCTURES INDUCED BY CA2+ AND AXOLEMMAL INJURY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    10. SHELLER RA; SMYERS ME; GROSSFELD RM; BALLINGER ML; BITTNER GD
      HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS IN AXOPLASM - HIGH CONSTITUTIVE LEVELS AND TRANSFER OF INDUCIBLE ISOFORMS FROM GLIA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    11. HERBERT CB; NAGASWAMI C; BITTNER GD; HUBBELL JA; WEISEL JW
      EFFECTS OF FIBRIN MICROMORPHOLOGY ON NEURITE GROWTH FROM DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA CULTURED IN 3-DIMENSIONAL FIBRIN GELS

      Journal of biomedical materials research
    12. EDDLEMAN CS; BITTNER GD; FISHMAN HM
      MODELS OF VESICULAR REPAIR OF PLASMA-MEMBRANE DISRUPTIONS

      Biophysical journal
    13. EDDLEMAN CS; BALLINGER ML; SMYERS ME; GODELL CM; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      REPAIR OF PLASMALEMMAL LESIONS BY VESICLES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    14. GODELL CM; SMYERS ME; EDDLEMAN CS; BALLINGER ML; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      CALPAIN ACTIVITY PROMOTES THE SEALING OF SEVERED GIANT-AXONS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    15. BALLINGER ML; BLANCHETTE AR; KRAUSE TL; SMYERS ME; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      DELAMINATING MYELIN MEMBRANES HELP SEAL THE CUT ENDS OF SEVERED EARTHWORM GIANT-AXONS

      Journal of neurobiology
    16. SUNIO A; BITTNER GD
      CYCLOSPORINE-A RETARDS THE WALLERIAN DEGENERATION OF PERIPHERAL MAMMALIAN AXONS

      Experimental neurology
    17. EDDLEMAN CS; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      AXONAL ELECTRICAL FUNCTION CANNOT BE INFERRED FROM EXCLUSION OF EXTRACELLULAR DYE BY SQUID GIANT-AXONS

      Biophysical journal
    18. SMYERS ME; LORE A; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      HYDROPHILIC DYE CHARGE AFFECTS DYE UPTAKE AT CUT ENDS OF TRANSECTED AXONS

      Biophysical journal
    19. WEINER OD; ZORN AM; KRIEG PA; BITTNER GD
      MEDIUM WEIGHT NEUROFILAMENT MESSENGER-RNA IN GOLDFISH MAUTHNER AXOPLASM

      Neuroscience letters
    20. RAABE TD; NGUYEN T; ARCHER C; BITTNER GD
      MECHANISMS FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND EVENTUAL DEGRADATION OF NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS IN THE DISTAL SEGMENTS OF SEVERED GOLDFISH MAUTHNER AXONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    21. WRIGHT SN; BRODWICK MS; BITTNER GD
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM CURRENTS AT VOLTAGE-CLAMPED EXCITER AND INHIBITORNERVE-TERMINALS OF CRAYFISH

      Journal of physiology
    22. WRIGHT SN; BRODWICK MS; BITTNER GD
      CALCIUM CURRENTS, TRANSMITTER RELEASE AND FACILITATION OF RELEASE AT VOLTAGE-CLAMPED CRAYFISH NERVE-TERMINALS

      Journal of physiology
    23. RAABE TD; BITTNER GD
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS IN ISOLATED GOLDFISH MAUTHNER AXOPLASM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    24. SHELLER RA; HSU N; BITTNER GD
      EFFECTS OF REDUCED EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM ON PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN THE CRAYFISH VENTRAL NERVE CORD

      Journal of neurochemistry
    25. HERBERT CB; BITTNER GD; HUBBELL JA
      EFFECTS OF FIBRINOLYSIS ON NEURITE GROWTH FROM DORSAL-ROOT GANGLIA CULTURED IN 2-DIMENSIONAL AND 3-DIMENSIONAL FIBRIN GELS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    26. SHELLER R; TYTELL M; SMYERS M; BITTNER GD
      GLIA-TO-AXON COMMUNICATION - ENRICHMENT OF GLIAL PROTEINS TRANSFERREDTO THE SQUID GIANT-AXON

      Journal of neuroscience research
    27. TANNER SL; STORM EE; BITTNER GD
      MAINTENANCE AND DEGRADATION OF PROTEINS IN INTACT AND SEVERED AXONS -IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MECHANISM OF LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF ANUCLEATE CRAYFISH AXONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. BLUNDON JA; WRIGHT SN; BRODWICK MS; BITTNER GD
      PRESYNAPTIC CALCIUM-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM CHANNELS AND CALCIUM CHANNELSAT A CRAYFISH NEUROMUSCULAR-JUNCTION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. TANNER SL; STORM EE; BITTNER GD
      PROTEIN-TRANSPORT IN INTACT AND SEVERED (ANUCLEATE) CRAYFISH GIANT-AXONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    30. RAABE TD; NGUYEN T; BITTNER GD
      CALCIUM-ACTIVATED PROTEOLYSIS OF NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS IN GOLDFISH MAUTHNER AXONS

      Journal of neurobiology
    31. SEA T; BALLINGER ML; BITTNER GD
      COOLING OF PERIPHERAL MYELINATED AXONS RETARDS WALLERIAN DEGENERATION

      Experimental neurology
    32. KRAUSE TL; MAGARSHAK Y; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL AND INPUT RESISTANCE ARE AMBIGUOUS MEASURES OF SEALING OF TRANSECTED CABLE-LIKE STRUCTURES

      Biophysical journal
    33. FISHMAN HM; KRAUSE TL; MILLER AL; BITTNER GD
      RETARDATION OF THE SPREAD OF EXTRACELLULAR CA2-AXONS( INTO TRANSECTED, UNSEALED SQUID GIANT)

      The Biological bulletin
    34. EDDLEMAN CS; GODELL CM; FISHMAN HM; TYTELL M; BITTNER GD
      FLUORESCENT LABELING OF THE GLIAL SHEATH OF GIANT NERVE-FIBERS

      The Biological bulletin
    35. TODORA MA; FISHMAN HM; KRAUSE TL; BITTNER GD
      SHORTENING OF A SEVERED SQUID GIANT-AXON IS NONUNIFORM AND OCCURS IN 2 PHASES

      Neuroscience letters
    36. KRAUSE TL; FISHMAN HM; BALLINGER ML; BITTNER GD
      EXTENT AND MECHANISM OF SEALING IN TRANSECTED GIANT-AXONS OF SQUID AND EARTHWORMS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. GODELL CM; RAABE T; MOEHLENBRUCK J; CUNNEELY K; BITTNER GD
      235-KD NEUROFILAMENT PROTEIN IN SURVIVAL OF ANUCLEATE AXONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    38. RAABE TD; NGUYEN T; BITTNER GD
      CALCIUM-ACTIVATED PROTEOLYSIS OF NEUROFILAMENTS IN GOLDFISH MAUTHNER AXONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    39. TANNER SL; STORM EE; BITTNER GD
      PROTEIN-TRANSPORT AND TURNOVER IN GIANT-AXONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    40. SUNIO A; BALLINGER ML; TODORA M; KRAUSE TL; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      SEALING OF SEVERED INVERTEBRATE AND VERTEBRATE AXONS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    41. SHELLER RA; LUSCO VC; HSU N; BITTNER GD
      EFFECTS OF HEAT VS ETHANOL ON PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS IN THE CRAYFISH CNS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    42. MOEHLENBRUCK JW; CUMMINGS JA; BITTNER GD
      LONG-TERM SURVIVAL FOLLOWED BY DEGRADATION OF NEUROFILAMENT PROTEINS IN SEVERED MAUTHNER AXONS OF GOLDFISH

      Journal of neurobiology
    43. KRAUSE TL; FISHMAN HM; BITTNER GD
      AXOLEMMAL AND SEPTAL CONDUCTION IN THE IMPEDANCE OF THE EARTHWORM MEDIAL GIANT NERVE-FIBER

      Biophysical journal
    44. SHELLER RA; BITTNER GD
      WHOLE INTACT TISSUE ELECTROPHORESIS OF NERVE PROTEINS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    45. BLUNDON JA; WRIGHT SN; BRODWICK MS; BITTNER GD
      RESIDUAL FREE CALCIUM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FACILITATION OF NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America


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