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    1. Hart, NS
      The visual ecology of avian photoreceptors

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    2. Hill, E; Kalloniatis, M; Tan, SS
      Cellular diversity in mouse neocortex revealed by multispectral analysis of amino acid immunoreactivity

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    3. Fukuhara, C; Dirden, JC; Tosini, G
      Photic regulation of melatonin in rat retina and the role of proteasomal proteolysis

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Napper, GA; Pianta, MJ; Kalloniatis, M
      Localization of amino acid neurotransmitters following in vitro ischemia and anoxia in the rat retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Kozicz, T; Lazar, G
      Colocalization of GABA, enkephalin and neuropeptide Y in the tectum of thegreen frog Rana esculenta

      PEPTIDES
    6. Uehara, F; Ohba, N; Ozawa, M
      Isolation and characterization of galectins in the mammalian retina

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    7. Mizota, A; Sato, E; Taniai, M; Adachi-Usami, E; Nishikawa, M
      Protective effects of dietary docosahexaenoic acid against kainate-inducedretinal degeneration in rats

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    8. Loureiro-dos-Santos, NE; Reis, RAM; Kubrusly, RCC; de Almeida, OMMS; Gardino, PF; de Mello, MCF; de Mello, FG
      Inhibition of choline acetyltransferase by excitatory amino acids as a possible mechanism for cholinergic dysfunction in the central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    9. Kreimborg, KM; Lester, ML; Medler, KF; Gleason, EL
      Group I metabotropic glutamate receptors are expressed in the chicken retina and by cultured retinal amacrine cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    10. Woo, MMM; Tai, CJ; Kang, SK; Nathwani, PS; Pang, SF; Leung, PCK
      Direct action of melatonin in human granulosa-luteal cells

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    11. Yokoyama, S; Radlwimmer, FB
      The molecular genetics and evolution of red and green color vision in vertebrates

      GENETICS
    12. Halfter, W; Dong, SC; Balasubramani, M; Bier, ME
      Temporary disruption of the retinal basal lamina and its effect on retinalhistogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Johnson, J; Rickman, DW; Brecha, NC
      Somatostatin and somatostatin subtype 2A expression in the mammalian retina

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    14. Hill, E; Kalloniatis, M; Tan, SS
      Glutamate, GABA and precursor amino acids in adult mouse neocortex: Cellular diversity revealed by quantitative immunocytochemistry

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    15. van Hagen, PM; Baarsma, GS; Mooy, CM; Ercoskan, EM; ter Averst, E; Hofland, LJ; Lamberts, SWJ; Kuijpers, RWAM
      Somatostatin and somatostatin receptors in retinal diseases

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Pozdeyev, NV; Doroshenko, EM; Lavrikova, EV; Etingof, RN
      The effects of melatonin and L-DOPA on the diurnal rhythms of free amino acids content in the rat retina

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    17. Honjo, M; Tanihara, H; Kido, N; Inatani, M; Okazaki, K; Honda, Y
      Expression of ciliary neurotrophic factor activated by retinal Muller cells in eyes with NMDA- and kainic acid-induced neuronal death

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    18. Fujita, Y; Imagawa, T; Uehara, M
      Comparative study of the lamina cribrosa and the pial septa in the vertebrate optic nerve and their relationship to the myelinated axons

      TISSUE & CELL
    19. Nguyen, LT; Grzywacz, NM
      Colocalization of choline acetyltransferase and gamma-aminobutyric acid inthe developing and adult turtle retinas

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    20. Valenciano, AI; Alonso-Gomez, AL; Iuvone, PM
      Diurnal rhythms of tryptophan hydroxylase activity in Xenopus laevis retina: opposing phases in photoreceptors and inner retinal neurons

      NEUROREPORT
    21. Napper, GA; Kalloniatis, M
      Neurochemical changes following postmortem ischemia in the rat retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Pierce, ME
      Circadian organization in quail retina: Differential regulation of melatonin synthesis and iodopsin gene expression in vitro

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Imagawa, T; Fujita, Y; Kitagawa, H; Uehara, M
      Quantitative studies of the optic nerve fiber layer in the chicken retina

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    24. Privat, K; Ravault, JP; Chesneau, D; Fevre-Montange, M
      Day night variation of tryptophan hydroxylase and serotonin N-acetyltransferase mRNA levels in the ovine pineal gland and retina

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    25. Fujieda, H; Hamadanizadeh, SA; Wankiewicz, E; Pang, SF; Brown, GM
      Expression of mt(1) melatonin receptor in rat retina: Evidence for multiple cell targets for melatonin

      NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Goes, RM; Laicine, EM; Porcionatto, MA; Nader, HB; Haddad, A
      Glycosaminoglycans in components of the rabbit eye: synthesis and characterization

      CURRENT EYE RESEARCH
    27. Manglapus, MK; Iuvone, PM; Underwood, H; Pierce, ME; Barlow, RB
      Dopamine mediates circadian rhythms of rod-cone dominance in the Japanese quail retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    28. Wiechmann, AF; Campbell, LD; Defoe, DM
      Melatonin receptor RNA expression in Xenopus retina

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Caminos, E; Velasco, A; Jarrin, M; Aijon, J; Lara, JM
      Protein kinase C-like immunoreactive cells in embryo and adult chicken retinas

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Li, SM; Mizota, A; Adachi-Usami, E
      Alterations of the electroretinogram by intravitreal kainic acid in the rat

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    31. Vought, BW; Dukkipatti, A; Max, M; Knox, BE; Birge, RR
      Photochemistry of the primary event in short-wavelength visual opsins at low temperature

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. IGLESIAS MM; RABINOVICH GA; AMBROSIO AL; CASTAGNA LF; SOTOMAYOR CE; WOLFENSTEINTODEL C
      PURIFICATION OF GALECTIN-3 FROM OVINE PLACENTA - DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED EXPRESSION AND IMMUNOLOGICAL RELEVANCE

      Glycobiology
    33. STIER H; SCHLOSSHAUER B
      DIFFERENT CELL-SURFACE AREAS OF POLARIZED RADIAL GLIA HAVING OPPOSITEEFFECTS ON AXONAL OUTGROWTH

      European journal of neuroscience
    34. CAHILL GM; PARSONS SE; BESHARSE JC
      SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY OF MELATONIN SYNTHESIS SUPPRESSION IN XENOPUS EYECUPS

      Visual neuroscience
    35. ADACHI K; KASHII S; MASAI H; UEDA M; MORIZANE C; KANEDA K; KUME T; AKAIKE A; HONDA Y
      MECHANISM OF THE PATHOGENESIS OF GLUTAMATE NEUROTOXICITY IN RETINAL ISCHEMIA

      Graefe's archive for clinical and experimental ophthalmology
    36. BAUCH H; STIER H; SCHLOSSHAUER B
      AXONAL VERSUS DENDRITIC OUTGROWTH IS DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECTED BY RADIAL GLIA IN DISCRETE LAYERS OF THE RETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    37. MARC RE; MURRY RF; FISHER SK; LINBERG KA; LEWIS GP; KALLONIATIS M
      AMINO-ACID SIGNATURES IN THE NORMAL CAT RETINA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    38. SASOH M; MA N; YOSHIDA S; SEMBA R; UJI Y
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF GLUTAMATE IN NORMAL AND DETACHED CAT RETINA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    39. BRAEKEVELT CR
      FINE-STRUCTURE OF THE RETINAL PHOTORECEPTORS OF THE EMU (DROMAIUS NOVAEHOLLANDIAE)

      Tissue & cell
    40. HARRISWHITE ME; ZANOTTI SA; FRAUTSCHY SA; CHARLES AC
      SPIRAL INTERCELLULAR CALCIUM WAVES IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICE CULTURES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    41. RABINOVICH GA; IGLESIAS MM; MODESTI NM; CASTAGNA LF; WOLFENSTEINTODEL C; RIERA CM; SOTOMAYOR CE
      ACTIVATED RAT MACROPHAGES PRODUCE A GALECTIN-1-LIKE PROTEIN THAT INDUCES APOPTOSIS OF T-CELLS - BIOCHEMICAL AND FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION

      The Journal of immunology
    42. HALFTER W
      DISRUPTION OF THE RETINAL BASAL LAMINA DURING EARLY EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT LEADS TO A RETRACTION OF VITREAL END FEET, AN INCREASED NUMBER OFGANGLION-CELLS, AND ABERRANT AXONAL OUTGROWTH

      Journal of comparative neurology
    43. BEGAY V; FALCON J; CAHILL GM; KLEIN DC; COON SL
      TRANSCRIPTS ENCODING 2 MELATONIN SYNTHESIS ENZYMES IN THE TELEOST PINEAL ORGAN - CIRCADIAN REGULATION IN PIKE AND ZEBRAFISH, BUT NOT IN TROUT

      Endocrinology
    44. FISCHER AJ; MIETHKE P; MORGAN IG; STELL WK
      CHOLINERGIC AMACRINE CELLS ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR THE PROGRESSION AND ATROPINE-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF FORM-DEPRIVATION MYOPIA

      Brain research
    45. MATHEALLAINMAT M; ANDRIEUX J; LANGLOIS M
      RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MELATONIN RECEPTOR LIGANDS

      Expert opinion on therapeutic patents
    46. DELIMA VMF; HANKE W
      EXCITATION WAVES IN CENTRAL GREY-MATTER - THE RETINAL SPREADING DEPRESSION

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    47. IIGO M; OHTANIKANEKO R; HARA M; HIRATA K; AIDA K
      MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE GOLDFISH RETINA

      Zoological science
    48. SCHLOSSHAUER B; BAUCH H; STIER H
      PHOTORECEPTOR DIFFERENTIATION ANALYZED BY THE NOVEL MONOCLONAL-ANTIBODY 1G1

      European journal of cell biology
    49. KAWAMURO K; IRIE T; NAKAMURA T
      FILTERING EFFECT OF CONE OIL DROPLETS DETECTED IN THE P-III RESPONSE SPECTRA OF JAPANESE-QUAIL

      Vision research
    50. BOWMAKER JK; HEATH LA; WILKIE SE; HUNT DM
      VISUAL PIGMENTS AND OIL DROPLETS FROM 6 CLASSES OF PHOTORECEPTOR IN THE RETINAS OF BIRDS

      Vision research
    51. HISATOMI O; ISHIKAWA M; TONOSAKI A; TOKUNAGA F
      CHARACTERIZATION OF LAMPREY RHODOPSIN BY ISOLATION FROM LAMPREY RETINA AND EXPRESSION IN MAMMALIAN-CELLS

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    52. FLETCHER EL; KALLONIATIS M
      NEUROCHEMICAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE DEGENERATING RAT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    53. FLETCHER EL; KALLONIATIS M
      LOCALIZATION OF AMINO-ACID NEUROTRANSMITTERS DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF THE RAT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    54. RABINOVICH GA; MODESTI NM; CASTAGNA LF; LANDA CA; RIERA CM; SOTOMAYOR CE
      SPECIFIC-INHIBITION OF LYMPHOCYTE-PROLIFERATION AND INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS BY CLL-I, A BETA-GALACTOSIDE-BINDING LECTIN

      Journal of Biochemistry
    55. VANBOCKSTAELE EJ; CHAN J
      ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC EVIDENCE FOR COEXISTENCE OF LEUCINE(5)-ENKEPHALIN AND GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID IN A SUBPOPULATION OF AXON TERMINALS IN THE RAT LOCUS-COERULEUS REGION

      Brain research
    56. CREWTHER DP; CREWTHER SF; XIE RZ
      CHANGES IN EYE GROWTH PRODUCED BY DRUGS WHICH AFFECT RETINAL ON OR OFF RESPONSES TO LIGHT

      Journal of ocular pharmacology and therapeutics
    57. MORGAN IG; BOELEN MK
      A RETINAL DARK-LIGHT SWITCH - A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

      Visual neuroscience
    58. BORGES S; GLEASON E; FRERKING M; WILSON M
      NEUROTENSIN INDUCES CALCIUM OSCILLATIONS IN CULTURED AMACRINE CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    59. MEGAW P; MCKENZIE C; GEUE A; MORGAN IG; BOELEN MK
      THE EFFECT OF FORM DEPRIVATION ON RETINAL LEU-ENKEPHALIN LEVELS IS MEDIATED BY A ROD-DRIVEN PATHWAY

      Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology
    60. FIRTH SI; MORGAN IG
      A CIRCADIAN COMPONENT OF THE RETINAL DARK-LIGHT SWITCH

      Australian and New Zealand journal of ophthalmology
    61. SCHULZ K; STELL WK
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF THE HIGH-AFFINITY GLUTAMATE TRANSPORTER, EAACL, IN THE RETINA OF REPRESENTATIVE VERTEBRATE SPECIES

      Neuroscience letters
    62. ELDRED WD; AMMERMULLER J; SCHECHNER J; BEHRENS UD; WEILER R
      QUANTITATIVE ANATOMY, SYNAPTIC CONNECTIVITY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF AMACRINE CELLS WITH GLUCAGON-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE TURTLE RETINA

      Journal of neurocytology
    63. BRAEKEVELT CR; RICHARDSON KC
      RETINAL PHOTORECEPTOR FINE-STRUCTURE IN THE AUSTRALIAN GALAH (EOLOPHUS-ROSEICAPILLUS) (AVES)

      Histology and histopathology
    64. LOPEZCOLOME AM; ROMODEVIVAR M
      SERUM AFFECTS THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EXCITATORY AMINO ACID-BINDING SITES ON MULLER CELLS

      Neuroscience research
    65. DKHISSI O; CHANUT E; VERSAUXBOTTERI C; MINVIELLE F; TROUVIN JH; NGUYENLEGROS J
      CHANGES IN RETINAL DOPAMINERGIC CELLS AND DOPAMINE RHYTHMIC METABOLISM DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GLAUCOMA-LIKE DISORDER QUAILS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    66. RICKMAN DW; BLANKS JC; BRECHA NC
      SOMATOSTATIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN THE ADULT-RABBIT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    67. PICKERING H; SWORD S; VONHOFF S; JONES R; SUGDEN D
      ANALOGS OF DIVERSE STRUCTURE ARE UNABLE TO DIFFERENTIATE NATIVE MELATONIN RECEPTORS IN THE CHICKEN RETINA, SHEEP PARS TUBERALIS AND XENOPUSMELANOPHORES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    68. CAHILL GM; BESHARSE JC
      CIRCADIAN RHYTHMICITY IN VERTEBRATE RETINAS - REGULATION BY A PHOTORECEPTOR OSCILLATOR

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    69. MORGAN IG; BOELEN MK; MIETHKE P
      PARALLEL SUPPRESSION OF RETINAL AND PINEAL MELATONIN SYNTHESIS BY RETINALLY MEDIATED LIGHT

      NeuroReport
    70. GREEN CB; CAHILL GM; BESHARSE JC
      TRYPTOPHAN-HYDROXYLASE IS EXPRESSED BY PHOTORECEPTORS IN XENOPUS-LAEVIS RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    71. STIER H; SCHLOSSHAUER B
      AXONAL GUIDANCE IN THE CHICKEN RETINA

      Development
    72. LU J; ZORAN MJ; CASSONE VM
      DAILY AND CIRCADIAN VARIATION IN THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF THE DOMESTIC-FOWL - EFFECTS OF MELATONIN

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    73. OKANO T; FUKADA Y; YOSHIZAWA T
      MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR TETRACHROMATIC COLOR-VISION

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    74. SCHUTTE M
      EFFECTS OF KAINIC ACID AND PIPERIDINE DICARBOXYLIC-ACID ON DISPLACED BIPOLAR CELLS IN THE TURTLE RETINA

      Journal of neurocytology
    75. LIANG H; CREWTHER DP; CREWTHER SG; BARILA AM
      A ROLE FOR PHOTORECEPTOR OUTER SEGMENTS IN THE INDUCTION OF DEPRIVATION MYOPIA

      Vision research
    76. JAMES K; SKENE DJ; LUCINI V; STANKOV B; ARENDT J
      CHARACTERIZATION OF MELATONIN BINDING-SITES IN THE EYE OF THE JAPANESE-QUAIL (COTURNIX JAPONICA)

      General and comparative endocrinology
    77. GOSS DA; WICKHAM MG
      RETINAL-IMAGE MEDIATED OCULAR GROWTH AS A MECHANISM FOR JUVENILE-ONSET MYOPIA AND FOR EMMETROPIZATION - A LITERATURE-REVIEW

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    78. DUBOCOVICH ML
      MELATONIN RECEPTORS - ARE THERE MULTIPLE SUBTYPES

      Trends in pharmacological sciences
    79. BOATRIGHT JH; RUBIM NM; IUVONE PM
      REGULATION OF ENDOGENOUS DOPAMINE RELEASE IN AMPHIBIAN RETINA BY MELATONIN - THE ROLE OF GABA

      Visual neuroscience
    80. TRAINA G; FONTANESI G; BAGNOLI P
      MATURATION OF SOMATOSTATIN IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE PIGEON RETINA - MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS

      Visual neuroscience
    81. MULLINS UL; EISON AS
      PHARMACOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF MELATONIN-MEDIATED PHOSPHOINOSITIDE HYDROLYSIS IN PIGEON BRAIN

      Journal of pineal research
    82. MCGINNIS JF; AUSTIN BJ; STEPANIK PL; LERIOUS V
      LIGHT-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE MAMMALIAN GENE FOR ARRESTIN

      Journal of neuroscience research
    83. CASTAGNA LF; LANDA CA
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A SOLUBLE LACTOSE-BINDING LECTIN FROM POSTNATAL CHICKEN RETINA

      Journal of neuroscience research
    84. JEN PYP; LI WWY; YEW DT
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE-Y AND SOMATOSTATIN IN HUMAN FETAL RETINA

      Neuroscience
    85. YOSHIZAWA T
      MOLECULAR-BASIS FOR COLOR-VISION

      Biophysical chemistry
    86. STENKAMP DL; IUVONE PM; ADLER R
      PHOTOMECHANICAL MOVEMENTS OF CULTURED EMBRYONIC PHOTORECEPTORS - REGULATION BY EXOGENOUS NEUROMODULATORS AND BY A REGULABLE SOURCE OF ENDOGENOUS DOPAMINE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    87. JANAVS JL; PIERCE ME; TAKAHASHI JS
      RNA-SYNTHESIS INHIBITORS INCREASE MELATONIN PRODUCTION IN Y79 HUMAN RETINOBLASTOMA CELLS

      Molecular brain research
    88. CASTAGNA LF; LANDA CA
      DISTRIBUTION OF AN ENDOGENOUS 16-KD S-LAC LECTIN IN THE CHICKEN RETINA

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    89. VAEGAN; MILLAR TJ
      EFFECT OF KAINIC ACID AND NMDA ON THE PATTERN ELECTRORETINOGRAM, THE SCOTOPIC THRESHOLD RESPONSE, THE OSCILLATORY POTENTIALS AND THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM IN THE URETHANE-ANESTHETIZED CAT

      Vision research
    90. POON AMS; PANG SF
      MODULATION OF 2-[I-125]IODOMELATONIN BINDING IN THE GUINEA-PIG SPLEENBY GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDES AND CATIONS

      Neuroendocrinology
    91. LIN SW; IMAMOTO Y; FUKADA Y; SHICHIDA Y; YOSHIZAWA T; MATHIES RA
      WHAT MAKES RED VISUAL PIGMENTS RED - A RESONANCE RAMAN MICROPROBE STUDY OF RETINAL CHROMOPHORE STRUCTURE IN IODOPSIN

      Biochemistry
    92. WATT CB; FLORACK VJ
      COLOCALIZATION OF GLYCINE IN SUBSTANCE P-AMACRINE CELLS OF THE LARVALTIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    93. MAIN CM; WILHELM M; GABRIEL R
      COLOCALIZATION OF GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN NEUROPEPTIDE-CONTAINING AND MONOAMINE-CONTAINING AMACRINE CELLS IN THE RETINA OF BUFO-MARINUS

      Archives of histology and cytology
    94. CASSONE VM; WARREN WS; BROOKS DS; LU J
      MELATONIN, THE PINEAL-GLAND, AND CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS

      Journal of biological rhythms
    95. YOKOYAMA S; STARMER WT; YOKOYAMA R
      PARALOGOUS ORIGIN OF THE RED-SENSITIVE AND GREEN-SENSITIVE VISUAL PIGMENT GENES IN VERTEBRATES

      Molecular biology and evolution
    96. ROHLICH P; SZEL A
      BINDING-SITES OF PHOTORECEPTOR-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES COS-1, OS-2 AND AO

      Current eye research
    97. SCHLOSSHAUER B; STIER H; EGERT U
      GRADED DISTRIBUTION OF THE NEURAL 2A10 ANTIGEN IN THE DEVELOPING CHICKEN RETINA

      Developmental brain research
    98. DAVYDOV VI; KOROLEVA VI
      MODELING SEVERAL TYPES OF SD PROPAGATION TAKING INTO ACCOUNT NONUNIFORM DENSITY OF ACTIVE ELEMENTS IN EXCITABLE MEDIA

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    99. TEAKLE EM; WILDSOET CF; VANEY DI
      THE SPATIAL-ORGANIZATION OF TYROSINE HYDROXYLASE-IMMUNOREACTIVE AMACRINE CELLS IN THE CHICKEN RETINA AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF MYOPIA

      Vision research
    100. COPINGA S; TEPPER PG; GROL CJ; HORN AS; DUBOCOVICH ML
      2-AMIDO-8-METHOXYTETRALINS - A SERIES OF NONINDOLIC MELATONIN-LIKE AGENTS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry


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