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    1. Sernagor, E; Eglen, SJ; Wong, OL
      Development of retinal ganglion cell structure and function

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    2. Williams, RR; Cusato, K; Raven, MA; Reese, BE
      Organization of the inner retina following early elimination of the retinal ganglion cell population: Effects on cell numbers and stratification patterns

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Okada, M; Osumi, Y; Okuma, Y; Ueno, H
      Nitric oxide inhibits the release of acetylcholine in the isolated retina

      GRAEFES ARCHIVE FOR CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    4. Stone, RA; Sugimoto, R; Gill, AS; Liu, J; Capehart, C; Lindstrom, JM
      Effects of nicotinic antagonists on ocular growth and experimental myopia

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    5. Schwahn, HN; Kaymak, H; Schaeffel, F
      Effects of atropine on refractive development, dopamine release, and slow retinal potentials in the chick

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Bansal, A; Singer, JH; Hwang, BJ; Xu, W; Beaudet, A; Feller, MB
      Mice lacking specific nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits exhibit dramatically altered spontaneous activity patterns and reveal a limited role for retinal waves in forming ON and OFF circuits in the inner retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Zhou, ZJ; Zhao, DC
      Coordinated transitions in neurotransmitter systems for the initiation andpropagation of spontaneous retinal waves

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Vaney, DI; Pow, DV
      The dendritic architecture of the cholinergic plexus in the rabbit retina:Selective labeling by glycine accumulation in the presence of sarcosine

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    9. Santos, PF; Caramelo, OL; Carvalho, AP; Duarte, CB
      Adenosine A(1) receptors inhibit Ca2+ channels coupled to the release of ACh, but not of GABA, in cultured retina cells

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Jensen, RJ
      Responses of directionally selective retinal ganglion cells to activation of AMPA glutamate receptors

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Watanabe, T; Nagamatsu, S; Matsushima, S; Kirino, T; Uchimura, H
      Colocalization of GLUT3 and choline acetyltransferase immunoreactivity in the rat retina

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    12. SANDELL JH
      GABA AS A DEVELOPMENTAL SIGNAL IN THE INNER RETINA AND OPTIC-NERVE

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    13. Lopez-Costa, JJ; Goldstein, J; Rosenstein, RE; Della Maggiore, VM; Pecci-Saavedra, J
      Distribution of GABA in the golden hamster retina. An immunocytochemical study

      BIOCELL
    14. WASSLE H; KOULEN P; BRANDSTATTER JH; FLETCHER EL; BECKER CM
      GLYCINE AND GABA RECEPTORS IN THE MAMMALIAN RETINA

      Vision research
    15. FLETCHER EL; KOULEN P; WASSLE H
      GABA(A) AND GABA(C) RECEPTORS ON MAMMALIAN ROD BIPOLAR CELLS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    16. FISCHER AJ; MCKINNON LA; NATHANSON NM; STELL WK
      IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION OF MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORSIN THE OCULAR-TISSUES OF THE CHICK

      Journal of comparative neurology
    17. OH SJ; KIM IB; LEE MY; CHUN MH; CHUNG JW
      NOS-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS EXPRESS GABA-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY INRABBIT AND RAT RETINAE

      Experimental Brain Research
    18. KOULEN P
      VESICULAR ACETYLCHOLINE TRANSPORTER (VACHT) - A CELLULAR MARKER IN RAT RETINAL DEVELOPMENT

      NeuroReport
    19. FELLER MB; BUTTS DA; AARON HL; ROKHSAR DS; SHATZ CJ
      DYNAMIC PROCESSES SHAPE SPATIOTEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF RETINAL WAVES

      Neuron
    20. LAYER PG; BERGER J; KINKL N
      CHOLINESTERASES PRECEDE ON-OFF CHANNEL DICHOTOMY IN THE EMBRYONIC CHICK RETINA BEFORE ONSET OF SYNAPTOGENESIS

      Cell and tissue research
    21. NEAL M; CUNNINGHAM J; MATTHEWS K
      NITRIC-OXIDE ENHANCEMENT OF CHOLINERGIC AMACRINE ACTIVITY BY INHIBITION OF GLYCINE RELEASE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    22. YAZULLA S; STUDHOLME KM; PINTO LH
      DIFFERENCES IN THE RETINAL GABA SYSTEM AMONG CONTROL, SPASTIC MUTANT AND RETINAL DEGENERATION MUTANT MICE

      Vision research
    23. VOLGYI B; POLLAK E; BUZAS P; GABRIEL R
      CALRETININ IN NEUROCHEMICALLY WELL-DEFINED CELL-POPULATIONS OF RABBITRETINA

      Brain research
    24. KOULEN P; MALITSCHEK B; KUHN R; WASSLE H; BRANDSTATTER JH
      GROUP-II AND GROUP-III METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS IN THE RAT RETINA - DISTRIBUTIONS AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION PATTERNS

      European journal of neuroscience
    25. JACOBY R; STAFFORD D; KOUYAMA N; MARSHAK D
      SYNAPTIC INPUTS TO ON PARASOL GANGLION-CELLS IN THE PRIMATE RETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    26. ENZ R; BRANDSTATTER JH; WASSLE H; BORMANN J
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF THE GABA(C) RECEPTOR RHO-SUBUNITS IN THE MAMMALIAN RETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    27. GARDINO PF; CALAZA KC; HAMASSAKIBRITTO DE; LINDSTROM JM; BRITTO LRG; HOKOC JN
      NEUROGENESIS OF CHOLINOCEPTIVE NEURONS IN THE CHICK RETINA

      Developmental brain research
    28. RICKMAN DW; BLANKS JC; BRECHA NC
      SOMATOSTATIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN THE ADULT-RABBIT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    29. BRANDSTATTER JH; GREFERATH U; EULER T; WASSLE H
      CO-STRATIFICATION OF GABA(A) RECEPTORS WITH THE DIRECTIONALLY SELECTIVE CIRCUITRY OF THE RAT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    30. JENSEN RJ
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES OF DISPLACED STARBURST AMACRINE CELLS CHANGE FOLLOWING AXOTOMY-INDUCED DEGENERATION OF GANGLION-CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    31. ZHOU ZJ; FAIN GL
      NEUROTRANSMITTER RECEPTORS OF STARBURST AMACRINE CELLS IN RABBIT RETINAL SLICES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    32. GILLETTE MA; DACHEUX RF
      GABA-ACTIVATED AND GLYCINE-ACTIVATED CURRENTS IN THE ROD BIPOLAR CELLOF THE RABBIT RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    33. GREFERATH U; GRUNERT U; FRITSCHY JM; STEPHENSON A; MOHLER H; WASSLE H
      GABA(A) RECEPTOR SUBUNITS HAVE DIFFERENTIAL DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE RAT RETINA - IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY

      Journal of comparative neurology
    34. HUTCHINS JB; BERNANKE JM; JEFFERSON VE
      ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IN THE DEVELOPING FERRET RETINA

      Experimental Eye Research
    35. TAMURA N; YOKOTANI K; OKUMA Y; OKADA M; UENO H; OSUMI Y
      PROPERTIES OF THE VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS MEDIATING DOPAMINE AND ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM THE ISOLATED RAT RETINA

      Brain research
    36. KALLONIATIS M; TOMISICH G; MARC RE
      NEUROCHEMICAL SIGNATURES REVEALED BY GLUTAMINE LABELING IN THE CHICKEN RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    37. BRITTO LRG; ROGERS SW; HAMASSAKIBRITTO DE; DUVOISIN RM
      NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS IN THE GROUND-SQUIRREL RETINA - LOCALIZATION OF THE BETA-4 SUBUNIT BY IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION

      Visual neuroscience
    38. HAMASSAKIBRITTO DE; BRZOZOWSKAPRECHTL A; KARTEN HJ; LINDSTROM JM
      BIPOLAR CELLS OF THE CHICK RETINA CONTAINING ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-SENSITIVE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS

      Visual neuroscience
    39. HAMASSAKIBRITTO DE; GARDINO PF; HOKOC JN; KEYSER KT; KARTEN HJ; LINDSTROM JM; BRITTO LRG
      DIFFERENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-SENSITIVE AND ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-INSENSITIVE NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS IN THE CHICK RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    40. DAVANGER S; STORMMATHISEN J; OTTERSEN OP
      COLOCALIZATION OF GLUTAMATE AND GLYCINE IN BIPOLAR CELL TERMINALS OF THE HUMAN RETINA

      Experimental Brain Research
    41. PEREZ MTR; DAVANGER S
      DISTRIBUTION OF GABA IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN KAINIC ACID-TREATED RABBIT RETINA

      Experimental Brain Research
    42. NEAL MJ; PATERSON SJ; CUNNINGHAM JR
      ENHANCEMENT OF RETINAL ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE BY DAMGO - POSSIBLY A DIRECT OPIOID RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EXCITATORY EFFECT

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    43. SMITH AT; BAKERSHORT CM
      PHARMACOLOGICAL SEPARATION OF MECHANISMS CONTRIBUTING TO HUMAN CONTRAST SENSITIVITY

      Visual neuroscience
    44. MORONI F; LOMBARDI G; PELLEGRINIFAUSSONE S; MORONI F
      PHOTOCHEMICALLY-INDUCED LESION OF THE RAT RETINA - A QUANTITATIVE MODEL FOR THE EVALUATION OF ISCHEMIA-INDUCED RETINAL DAMAGE

      Vision research


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