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    1. Svoboda, KR; Linares, AE; Ribera, AB
      Activity regulates programmed cell death of zebrafish Rohon-Beard neurons

      DEVELOPMENT
    2. Hu, J; Li, S; Xiao, Q; Wang, SR
      Tecto-isthmo-optic transmission in pigeons is mediated by glutamate and nitric oxide

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    3. Cellerino, A; Novelli, E; Galli-Resta, L
      Retinal ganglion cells with NADPH-diaphorase activity in the chick form a regular mosaic with a strong dorsoventral asymmetry that can be modelled bya minimal spacing rule

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Hu, J; Li, WC; Xiao, Q; Wang, SR
      Electrical interaction between neurons in the pigeon isthmo-optic nucleus

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    5. Gunther, EC; Von Bartheld, CS; Goodman, LJ; Johnson, JE; Bothwell, M
      The G-protein inhibitor, pertussis toxin, inhibits the secretion of brain-derived neurotrophic factor

      NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Lowrie, MB; Lawson, SJ
      Cell death of spinal interneurones

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    7. Mey, J; Thanos, S
      Development of the visual system of the chick - I. Cell differentiation and histogenesis

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    8. Calaza, KC; Gardino, PF
      Evidence of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in the retinal centrifugal system of the chick

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Miceli, D; Reperant, J; Rio, JP; Desilets, J; Medina, M
      Quantitative immunogold evidence that glutamate is a neurotransmitter in afferent synaptic terminals within the isthmo-optic nucleus of the pigeon centrifugal visual system

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Uchiyama, H
      The isthmo-optic nucleus: A possible neural substrate for visual competition

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    11. Li, WC; Hu, J; Wang, SR
      Tectal afferents monosynaptically activate neurons in the pigeon isthmo-optic nucleus

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    12. Posada, A; Clarke, PGH
      The role of neuronal death during the development of topographically ordered projections: a computational approach

      BIOLOGICAL CYBERNETICS
    13. Posada, A; Clarke, PGH
      Fast retrograde effects on neuronal death and dendritic organization in development: The role of calcium influx

      NEUROSCIENCE
    14. Miceli, D; Reperant, J; Bertrand, C; Rio, JP
      Functional anatomy of the avian centrifugal visual system

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    15. Posada, A; Clarke, PGH
      Role of nitric oxide in a fast retrograde signal during development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    16. Li, WC; Wang, SR
      Morphology and dye-coupling of cells in the pigeon isthmo-optic nucleus

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND EVOLUTION
    17. LI JL; XIAO Q; FU YX; WANG SR
      CENTRIFUGAL INNERVATION MODULATES VISUAL ACTIVITY OF TECTAL CELLS IN PIGEONS

      Visual neuroscience
    18. UCHIYAMA H; NAKAMURA S; IMAZONO T
      LONG-RANGE COMPETITION AMONG THE NEURONS PROJECTING CENTRIFUGALLY TO THE QUAIL RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    19. MEDINA M; REPERANT J; MICELI D; BERTRAND C; BENNIS M
      AN IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF PUTATIVE NEUROMODULATORS AND TRANSMITTERS IN THE CENTRIFUGAL VISUAL-SYSTEM OF THE QUAIL (COTURNIX JAPONICA)

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    20. Clarke, PGH; Posada, A; Primi, MP; Castagne, V
      Neuronal death in the central nervous system during development

      BIOMEDICINE & PHARMACOTHERAPY
    21. WONG WT; SANES JR; WONG ROL
      DEVELOPMENTALLY-REGULATED SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY IN THE EMBRYONIC CHICKRETINA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    22. VONBARTHELD CS
      NEUROTROPHINS IN THE DEVELOPING AND REGENERATING VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Histology and histopathology
    23. ANDERSON CW; KEIFER J
      EVIDENCE FOR A PHOTOSENSITIVE REGION IN THE CAUDAL MESENCEPHALON OF THE TURTLE BRAIN

      Experimental Brain Research
    24. PRIMI MP; CLARKE PGH
      PRESYNAPTIC INITIATION BY ACTION-POTENTIALS OF RETROGRADE SIGNALS IN DEVELOPING NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    25. PRIMI MP; CLARKE PGH
      EARLY RETROGRADE EFFECTS OF BLOCKING AXOPLASMIC-TRANSPORT IN THE AXONS OF DEVELOPING NEURONS

      Developmental brain research
    26. TIERNEY TS; MOORE DR
      NATURALLY-OCCURRING NEURON DEATH DURING POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF THE GERBIL VENTRAL COCHLEAR NUCLEUS BEGINS AT THE ONSET OF HEARING

      Journal of comparative neurology
    27. BUREK MJ; OPPENHEIM RW
      PROGRAMMED CELL-DEATH IN THE DEVELOPING NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Brain pathology
    28. PRIMI MP; CLARKE PGH
      RETROGRADE NEUROTROPHIN-MEDIATED CONTROL OF NEURON SURVIVAL IN THE DEVELOPING CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      NeuroReport
    29. CLARKE PGH; GYGER M; CATSICAS S
      A CENTRIFUGALLY CONTROLLED CIRCUIT IN THE AVIAN RETINA AND ITS POSSIBLE ROLE IN VISUAL-ATTENTION SWITCHING

      Visual neuroscience
    30. UCHIYAMA H; YAMAMOTO N; ITO H
      TECTAL NEURONS THAT PARTICIPATE IN CENTRIFUGAL-CONTROL OF THE QUAIL RETINA - A MORPHOLOGICAL-STUDY BY MEANS OF RETROGRADE LABELING WITH BIOCYTIN

      Visual neuroscience
    31. RIO JP; VESSELKIN NP; REPERANT J; KENIGFEST NB; MICELI D; ADANINA V
      RETINAL AND NON-RETINAL INPUTS UPON RETINOPETAL RMA NEURONS IN THE LAMPREY - A LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDY COMBINING HRP AXONAL TRACING AND GABA IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      Journal of chemical neuroanatomy
    32. VONBARTHELD CS; WILLIAMS R; LEFCORT F; CLARY DO; REICHARDT LF; BOTHWELL M
      RETROGRADE TRANSPORT OF NEUROTROPHINS FROM THE EYE TO THE BRAIN IN CHICK-EMBRYOS - ROLES OF THE P75(NTR) AND TRKB RECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    33. GARNER AS; MENEGAY HJ; BOESHORE KL; XIE XY; VOCI JM; JOHNSON JE; LARGE TH
      EXPRESSION OF TRKB RECEPTOR ISOFORMS IN THE DEVELOPING AVIAN VISUAL-SYSTEM

      The Journal of neuroscience
    34. VESSELKIN NP; RIO JP; REPERANT J; KENIGFEST NB; ADANINA VO
      RETINOPETAL PROJECTIONS IN LAMPREYS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    35. RODICIO MC; POMBAL MA; ANADON R
      EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND ORGANIZATION OF THE RETINOPETAL SYSTEM IN THE LARVAL SEA LAMPREY, PETROMYZON-MARINUS L - AN HRP STUDY

      Anatomy and embryology
    36. SOHAL GS
      6TH ANNUAL STUART-REINER-MEMORIAL-LECTURE - EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT OF NERVE AND MUSCLE

      Muscle & nerve
    37. BUREK MJ; NORDEEN KW; NORDEEN EJ
      INITIAL SEX-DIFFERENCES IN NEURON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL WITHIN AN AVIANSONG NUCLEUS DEVELOP IN THE ABSENCE OF AFFERENT INPUT

      Journal of neurobiology
    38. WOODSON W; SHIMIZU T; WILD JM; SCHIMKE J; COX K; KARTEN HJ
      CENTRIFUGAL PROJECTIONS UPON THE RETINA - AN ANTEROGRADE TRACING STUDY IN THE PIGEON (COLUMBA-LIVIA)

      Journal of comparative neurology
    39. NICKLA DL; GOTTLIEB MD; MARIN G; ROJAS X; BRITTO LRG; WALLMAN J
      THE RETINAL TARGETS OF CENTRIFUGAL NEURONS AND THE RETINAL NEURONS PROJECTING TO THE ACCESSORY OPTIC-SYSTEM

      Visual neuroscience
    40. HERZOG KH; BAILEY K; BARDE YA
      EXPRESSION OF THE BDNF GENE IN THE DEVELOPING VISUAL-SYSTEM OF THE CHICK

      Development
    41. JOHNSON F; BOTTJER SW
      AFFERENT INFLUENCES ON CELL-DEATH AND BIRTH DURING DEVELOPMENT OF A CORTICAL NUCLEUS NECESSARY FOR LEARNED VOCAL BEHAVIOR IN ZEBRA FINCHES

      Development
    42. LINDEN R
      THE SURVIVAL OF DEVELOPING NEURONS - A REVIEW OF AFFERENT CONTROL

      Neuroscience
    43. FEYERABEND B; MALZ CR; MEYER DL
      BIRDS THAT FEED-ON-THE-WING HAVE FEW ISTHMO-OPTIC NEURONS

      Neuroscience letters
    44. MORGAN IG; MIETHKE P; LI ZK
      IS NITRIC-OXIDE A TRANSMITTER OF THE CENTRIFUGAL PROJECTION TO THE AVIAN RETINA

      Neuroscience letters
    45. UCHIYAMA H; BARLOW RB
      CENTRIFUGAL INPUTS ENHANCE RESPONSES OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS IN THEJAPANESE-QUAIL WITHOUT CHANGING THEIR SPATIAL CODING PROPERTIES

      Vision research
    46. UCHIYAMA H; ITO H
      TARGET-CELLS FOR THE ISTHMO-OPTIC FIBERS IN THE RETINA OF THE JAPANESE-QUAIL

      Neuroscience letters
    47. CLARKE PGH
      AN UNBIASED CORRECTION FACTOR FOR CELL COUNTS IN HISTOLOGICAL SECTIONS

      Journal of neuroscience methods


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