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    1. Lozano, VC; Armengaud, C; Gauthier, M
      Memory impairment induced by cholinergic antagonists injected into the mushroom bodies of the honeybee

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    2. Hatta, K; Ankri, N; Faber, DS; Korn, H
      Slow inhibitory potentials in the teleost Mauthner cell

      NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Mizrahi, A; Dickinson, PS; Kloppenburg, P; Fenelon, V; Baro, DJ; Harris-Warrick, RM; Meyrand, P; Simmers, J
      Long-term maintenance of channel distribution in a central pattern generator neuron by neuromodulatory inputs revealed by decentralization in organ culture

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Abel, R; Rybak, J; Menzel, R
      Structure and response patterns of olfactory interneurons in the honeybee,Apis mellifera

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    5. Hall, GF; Chu, B; Lee, S; Liu, Y; Yao, J
      The single neurofilament subunit of the lamprey forms filaments and regulates axonal caliber and neuronal size in vivo

      CELL MOTILITY AND THE CYTOSKELETON
    6. Erber, J; Pribbenow, B; Kisch, J; Faensen, D
      Operant conditioning of antennal muscle activity in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    7. Lechner, HA; Baxter, DA; Byrne, JH
      Classical conditioning of feeding in Aplysia: I. Behavioral analysis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Lechner, HA; Baxter, DA; Byrne, JH
      Classical conditioning of feeding in Aplysia: II. Neurophysiological correlates

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Rosen, SC; Miller, MW; Cropper, EC; Kupfermann, I
      Outputs of radula mechanoafferent neurons in Aplysia are modulated by motor neurons, interneurons, and sensory neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Kabotyanski, EA; Baxter, DA; Cushman, SJ; Byrne, JH
      Modulation of fictive feeding by dopamine and serotonin in Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Muller, D; Gerber, B; Hellstern, F; Hammer, M; Menzel, R
      Sensory preconditioning in honeybees

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    12. Matsumoto, Y; Mizunami, M
      Olfactory learning in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. Faber, T; Joerges, J; Menzel, R
      Associative learning modifies neural representations of odors in the insect brain

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Stern, M
      Octopamine in the locust brain: Cellular distribution and functional significance in an arousal mechanism

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    15. Grunewald, B
      Physiological properties and response modulations of mushroom body feedback neurons during olfactory learning in the honeybee, Apis mellifera

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Menzel, R
      Memory dynamics in the honeybee

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    17. Duch, C; Pfluger, HJ
      DUM neurons in locust flight: a model system for amine-mediated peripheraladjustments to the requirements of a central motor program

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    18. Killmann, F; Gras, H; Schurmann, FW
      Types, numbers and distribution of synapses on the dendritic tree of an identified visual interneuron in the brain of the locust

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    19. Koh, HY; Jacklet, JW
      Nitric oxide stimulates cGMP production and mimics synaptic responses in metacerebral neurons of Aplysia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    20. Kisch, J; Erber, J
      Operant conditioning of antennal movements in the honey bee

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Morris, OT; Duch, C; Stevenson, PA
      Differential activation of octopaminergic (DUM) neurones via proprioceptors responding to flight muscle contractions in the locust

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Kreissl, S; Schulte, CC; Agricola, HJ; Rathmayer, W
      A single allatostatin-immunoreactive neuron innervates skeletal muscles ofseveral segments in the locust

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    23. Heisenberg, M
      What do the mushroom bodies do for the insect brain? An introduction

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    24. Malun, D
      Early development of mushroom bodies in the brain of the honeybee Apis mellifera as revealed by BrdU incorporation and ablation experiments

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    25. Laurent, G; MacLeod, K; Stopfer, M; Wehr, M
      Spatiotemporal structure of olfactory inputs to the mushroom bodies

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    26. Rybak, J; Menzel, R
      Integrative properties of the Pe1 neuron, a unique mushroom body output neuron

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    27. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      COMPARTMENTALIZATION OF INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN AN APLYSIA FEEDING CIRCUIT INTERNEURON THROUGH MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND SYNAPTIC-INTERACTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    28. Carlson, RW; Bradbury, SP; Drummond, RA; Hammermeister, DE
      Neurological effects on startle response and escape from predation by medaka exposed to organic chemicals

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    29. ALEXEEVA V; BOROVIKOV D; MILLER MW; ROSEN SC; CROPPER EC
      EFFECT OF A SEROTONERGIC EXTRINSIC MODULATORY NEURON (MCC) ON RADULA MECHANOAFFERENT FUNCTION IN APLYSIA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. TISSOT M; GENDRE N; STOCKER RF
      DROSOPHILA P[GAL4] LINES REVEAL THAT MOTOR-NEURONS INVOLVED IN FEEDING PERSIST THROUGH METAMORPHOSIS

      Journal of neurobiology
    31. KORNEEV SA; PIPER MR; PICOT J; PHILLIPS R; KORNEEVA EI; OSHEA M
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF NOS IN A MOLLUSK - EXPRESSION IN A GIANT MODULATORY NEURON

      Journal of neurobiology
    32. KLOPPENBURG P; HORNER M
      VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CURRENTS IN IDENTIFIED GIANT INTERNEURONS ISOLATED FROM ADULT CRICKETS GRYLLUS-BIMACULATUS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    33. MELLON DF; ALONES VE
      RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF HIGHER-LEVEL NEURONS IN THE CENTRAL OLFACTORY PATHWAY OF THE CRAYFISH

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    34. BARO DJ; LEVINI RM; KIM MT; WILLMS AR; LANNING CC; RODRIGUEZ HE; HARRISWARRICK RM
      QUANTITATIVE SINGLE-CELL REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION PCR DEMONSTRATES THAT A-CURRENT MAGNITUDE VARIES AS A LINEAR FUNCTION OF SHAL GENE-EXPRESSION IN IDENTIFIED STOMATOGASTRIC NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. CATARSI S; DRAPEAU P
      REQUIREMENT FOR TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE DURING SEROTONERGIC NEUROMODULATION BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. ZHANG YL; TAN CK; WONG WC
      ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF SPROUTING DENDRITES IN THE CILIARY GANGLIA OF CAT AND MONKEY (MACACA-FASCICULARIS) FOLLOWING PREGANGLIONIC AND POSTGANGLIONIC AXOTOMY

      Histology and histopathology
    37. HAMMER M
      THE NEURAL BASIS OF ASSOCIATIVE REWARD LEARNING IN HONEYBEES

      Trends in neurosciences
    38. HURWITZ I; KUPFERMANN I; SUSSWEIN AJ
      DIFFERENT ROLES OF NEURONS B63 AND B34 THAT ARE ACTIVE DURING THE PROTRACTION PHASE OF BUCCAL MOTOR PROGRAMS IN APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    39. STUMPNER A
      AN AUDITORY INTERNEURON TUNED TO THE MALE SONG FREQUENCY IN THE DUETTING BUSH-CRICKET ANCISTRURA-NIGROVITTATA (ORTHOPTERA, PHANEROPTERIDAE)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    40. DRUSHEL RF; NEUSTADTER DM; SHALLENBERGER LL; CRAGO PE; CHIEL HJ
      THE KINEMATICS OF SWALLOWING IN THE BUCCAL MASS OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    41. PELZ C; GERBER B; MENZEL R
      ODORANT INTENSITY AS A DETERMINANT FOR OLFACTORY CONDITIONING IN HONEYBEES - ROLES IN DISCRIMINATION, OVERSHADOWING AND MEMORY CONSOLIDATION

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    42. FAN RJ; ANDERSON P; HANSSON BS
      BEHAVIORAL-ANALYSIS OF OLFACTORY CONDITIONING IN THE MOTH SPODOPTERA-LITTORALIS (BOISD.) (LEPIDOPTERA, NOCTUIDAE)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    43. JUDGE SJ; RIND FC
      THE LOCUST DCMD, A MOVEMENT-DETECTING NEURON TIGHTLY TUNED TO COLLISION TRAJECTORIES

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    44. HORNER M; WEIGER WA; EDWARDS DH; KRAVITZ EA
      EXCITATION OF IDENTIFIED SEROTONERGIC NEURONS BY ESCAPE COMMAND NEURONS IN LOBSTERS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    45. WEIGER WA
      SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF BEHAVIOR - A PHYLOGENETIC OVERVIEW

      Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
    46. MENZEL R; HAMMER M; MULLER U; ROSENBOOM H
      BEHAVIORAL, NEURAL AND CELLULAR-COMPONENTS UNDERLYING OLFACTORY LEARNING IN THE HONEYBEE

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    47. BARO DJ; CONIGLIO LM; COLE CL; RODRIGUEZ HE; LUBELL JK; KIM MT; HARRISWARRICK RM
      LOBSTER SHAL - COMPARISON WITH DROSOPHILA SHAL AND NATIVE POTASSIUM CURRENTS IN IDENTIFIED NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. PHARES GA; LLOYD PE
      IMMUNOCYTOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF THE NEWLY SEQUENCED CEREBRAL PEPTIDE-2 IN APLYSIA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. PERRINS R; WEISS KR
      A CEREBRAL CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN APLYSIA AND ITS CONNECTIONS WITH BUCCAL FEEDING CIRCUITRY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    50. SOINILA S; MPITSOS GJ
      PUTATIVE NEUROENDOCRINE CELLS IN THE APLYSIA CEREBRAL GANGLION

      Neuroscience research
    51. PIVOVAROV AS; WALKER RJ
      DIRECT AND MODULATORY EFFECTS OF FMRFAMIDE, SKPYMRFAMIDE AND ACETYL-SKPYMRFAMIDE ON LPA2, LPA3, AND RPA3 IDENTIFIED NEURONS OF HELIX-LUCORUM

      Regulatory peptides
    52. LIBERSAT F; MIZRAHI A
      IN-SITU VISUALIZATION AND PHOTOABLATION OF INDIVIDUAL NEURONS USING ALOW-COST FIBER-OPTIC-BASED SYSTEM

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    53. MENZEL R; MULLER U
      LEARNING AND MEMORY IN HONEYBEES - FROM BEHAVIOR TO NEURAL SUBSTRATES

      Annual review of neuroscience
    54. GRONENBERG W
      NEUROETHOLOGY OF ANTS

      Naturwissenschaften
    55. INOUE T; TAKASAKI M; LUKOWIAK K; SYED NI
      INHIBITION OF THE RESPIRATORY PATTERN-GENERATING NEURONS BY AN IDENTIFIED WHOLE-BODY WITHDRAWAL INTERNEURON OF LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    56. DAVID JA; PITMAN RM
      MODULATION OF CA2-BUNGAROTOXIN-RESISTANT CHOLINERGIC RECEPTOR( AND K+CONDUCTANCES IN AN IDENTIFIED INSECT NEURON BY THE ACTIVATION OF AN ALPHA)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    57. NAGAYAMA T; AONUMA H; MIYATA H
      GABA-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY OF AN IDENTIFIED NONSPIKING LOCAL INTERNEURON IN THE CRAYFISH TERMINAL ABDOMINAL-GANGLION

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    58. LUEDEMAN R; LEVINE RB
      NEURONS AND ECDYSTEROIDS PROMOTE THE PROLIFERATION OF MYOGENIC CELLS CULTURED FROM THE DEVELOPING ADULT LEGS OF MANDUCA-SEXTA

      Developmental biology
    59. MIYAZAKI T; DUN NJ; KOBAYASHI H; TOSAKA T
      VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT POTASSIUM CURRENTS OF SYMPATHETIC PREGANGLIONIC NEURONS IN NEONATAL RAT SPINAL-CORD THIN SLICES

      Brain research
    60. EWADINGER NM; RIDGWAY RL; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; BULLOCH AGM
      IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION OF A [MET(5)]-ENKEPHALIN-LIKE PEPTIDEIN THE MOLLUSK, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Brain research
    61. LEAKE LD; MOROZ LL
      PUTATIVE NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE (NOS)-CONTAINING CELLS IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF THE LEECH, HIRUDO-MEDICINALIS - NADPH-DIAPHORASE HISTOCHEMISTRY

      Brain research
    62. SPENCER GE; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; WINLOW W
      HALOTHANE AFFECTS BOTH INHIBITORY AND EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AT A SINGLE IDENTIFIED MOLLUSCAN SYNAPSE, IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Brain research
    63. BUTERA RJ; CLARK JW; CANAVIER CC; BAXTER DA; BYRNE JH
      ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF MODULATORY AGENTS ON A MODELED BURSTING NEURON - DYNAMIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN VOLTAGE AND CALCIUM-DEPENDENT SYSTEMS

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    64. SUR C; MCKERNAN R; TRILLER A
      GABA(A) RECEPTOR-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE GOLDFISH BRAIN-STEM WITH EMPHASIS ON THE MAUTHNER CELL

      Neuroscience
    65. LEAKE LD; DAVIS MP; CHEN D; MOROZ LL
      AN UNIQUE MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF NEURONAL NITRIC-OXIDE SIGNALING -THE LEECH CNS

      Acta biologica Hungarica
    66. MERZ DC; DUNN RJ; DRAPEAU P
      GENERATING A PHAGE DISPLAY ANTIBODY LIBRARY AGAINST AN IDENTIFIED NEURON

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    67. BROTZ TM; EGELHAAF M; BORST A
      A PREPARATION OF THE BLOWFLY (CALLIPHORA-ERYTHROCEPHALA) BRAIN FOR IN-VITRO ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    68. BUCKINGHAM SD; BALK ML; LUMMIS SCR; JEWESS P; SATTELLE DB
      ACTIONS OF NITROMETHYLENES ON AN ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-SENSITIVE NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Neuropharmacology
    69. SCOTT ML; LI YS; KIRK MD
      FUNCTIONAL NEURAL REGENERATION IN THE FEEDING SYSTEM OF APLYSIA - BEHAVIORAL RECOVERY CORRELATED WITH CHANGES IN BUCCAL MOTOR OUTPUT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    70. WILLIAMS DK; COHAN CS
      CALCIUM TRANSIENTS IN GROWTH CONES AND AXONS OF CULTURED HELISOMA NEURONS IN RESPONSE TO CONDITIONING FACTORS

      Journal of neurobiology
    71. MIZUNAMI M
      NEURAL ORGANIZATION OF OCELLAR PATHWAYS IN THE COCKROACH BRAIN

      Journal of comparative neurology
    72. HILDEBRANDT H; MULLER U
      PKA ACTIVITY IN THE ANTENNAL LOBE OF HONEYBEES IS REGULATED BY CHEMOSENSORY STIMULATION IN-VIVO

      Brain research
    73. MULLER U
      CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE IN APIS-MELLIFERA ANDDROSOPHILA-MELANOGASTER/

      European journal of neuroscience
    74. BELAN PV; KISS T; SNITSAREV V; STOROZHUK MV; OSIPENKO ON
      THE EFFECT OF ACETYLCHOLINE AND SEROTONIN ON CALCIUM TRANSIENTS AND CALCIUM CURRENTS IN IDENTIFIED HELIX-POMATIA L NEURONS

      Cellular signalling
    75. SATTELLE DB; SEPULVEDA MI; SHINOZAKI H; ISHIDA M
      ACTIONS OF ACROMELIC ACID ON NERVOUS-SYSTEM L-GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    76. BAI DL; SATTELLE DB
      MUSCARINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS ON AN IDENTIFIED MOTOR-NEURON IN THE COCKROACH, PERIPLANETA-AMERICANA

      Neuroscience letters
    77. ANTHONY NM; HOLYOKE CW; SATTELLE DB
      BLOCKING ACTIONS OF PICROTOXININ ANALOGS ON INSECT (PERIPLANETA-AMERICANA) GABA RECEPTORS

      Neuroscience letters
    78. SCHAFER S; ROSENBOOM H; MENZEL R
      IONIC CURRENTS OF KENYON CELLS FROM THE MUSHROOM BODY OF THE HONEYBEE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    79. MILLER MW; ROSEN SC; SCHISSEL SL; CROPPER EC; KUPFERMANN I; WEISS KR
      A POPULATION OF SCP-CONTAINING NEURONS IN THE BUCCAL GANGLION OF APLYSIA ARE RADULA MECHANOAFFERENTS AND RECEIVE EXCITATION OF CENTRAL ORIGIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. KRONTIRISLITOWITZ JK; WALTERS ET; MCADOO DJ
      STRESS-ELICITED CHANGES IN AMINO-ACID LEVELS OF HEMOLYMPH OF APLYSIA-CALIFORNICA

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    81. WILLIAMS DK; COHAN CS
      THE ROLE OF CONDITIONING FACTORS IN THE FORMATION OF GROWTH CONES ANDNEURITES FROM THE AXON STUMP AFTER AXOTOMY

      Developmental brain research
    82. HAMMER M; BRAUN G; MAUELSHAGEN J
      FOOD-INDUCED AROUSAL AND NONASSOCIATIVE LEARNING IN HONEYBEES - DEPENDENCE OF SENSITIZATION ON THE APPLICATION SITE AND DURATION OF FOOD STIMULATION

      Behavioral and neural biology
    83. BUCKINGHAM SD; HUE B; SATTELLE DB
      ACTIONS OF BICUCULLINE ON CELL BODY AND NEUROPILAR MEMBRANES OF IDENTIFIED INSECT NEURONS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    84. BOTTAI D; GARCIAGIL M; ZACCARDI ML; FINESCHI L; BRUNELLI M
      INTERLEUKIN-1 AND INTERLEUKIN-6 MODIFY PROTEIN-PHOSPHORYLATION IN THECENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF HIRUDO-MEDICINALIS

      Brain research
    85. FIORE L; GEPPETTI L; DESANTIS A; PIENEMAN AW; FERGUSON GP
      CROSS-CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF CEREBROBUCCAL CONNECTIVE ACTIVITY DURING APLYSIA FEEDING-BEHAVIOR

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    86. BAI DL; ABRAMSON SN; SATTELLE DB
      ACTIONS OF A CORAL TOXIN ANALOG (BIPINNATIN-B) ON AN INSECT NICOTINICACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    87. BAI DL; SATTELLE DB
      NEOSURUGATOXIN BLOCKS AN ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-SENSITIVE NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Archives of insect biochemistry and physiology
    88. MORTON DW; CHIEL HJ
      THE TIMING OF ACTIVITY IN MOTOR-NEURONS THAT PRODUCE RADULA MOVEMENTSDISTINGUISHES INGESTION FROM REJECTION IN APLYSIA

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    89. GEPPETTI L; FIORE L
      STABILITY AND MODULATION OF APLYSIA FEEDING-BEHAVIOR - A PARAMETRIC STUDY

      Marine behaviour and physiology
    90. CATARSI S; DRAPEAU P
      TYROSINE KINASE-DEPENDENT SELECTION OF TRANSMITTER RESPONSES INDUCED BY NEURONAL CONTACT

      Nature
    91. WEIGER WA; MA PM
      SEROTONIN-CONTAINING NEURONS IN LOBSTERS - ORIGINS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF INHIBITORY POSTSYNAPTIC POTENTIALS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    92. HARTLINE DK; GASSIE DV; JONES BR
      EFFECTS OF SOMA ISOLATION ON OUTWARD CURRENTS MEASURED UNDER VOLTAGE-CLAMP IN SPINY LOBSTER STOMATOGASTRIC MOTOR-NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    93. BUCKINGHAM SD; LUMMIS SCR; BALK ML; SCHROEDER M; SATTELLE DB
      ACTIONS OF VESAMICOL ON AN ALPHA-BUNGAROTOXIN-SENSITIVE NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    94. DAVIS NT; HOMBERG U; DIRCKSEN H; LEVINE RB; HILDEBRAND JG
      CRUSTACEAN CARDIOACTIVE PEPTIDE-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONS IN THE HAWKMOTH MANDUCA-SEXTA AND CHANGES IN THEIR IMMUNOREACTIVITY DURING POSTEMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    95. TEYKE T; ROSEN SC; WEISS KR; KUPFERMANN I
      DOPAMINERGIC NEURON-B20 GENERATES RHYTHMIC NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE FEEDING MOTOR CIRCUITRY OF APLYSIA

      Brain research


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