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    1. Awatramani, G; Wang, J; Slaughter, MM
      Amacrine and ganglion cell contributions to the electroretinogram in amphibian retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Shen, W; Slaughter, MM
      Multireceptor GABAergic regulation of synaptic communication in amphibian retina

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    3. Matsui, K; Hasegawa, J; Tachibana, M
      Modulation of excitatory synaptic transmission by GABA(C) receptor-mediated feedback in the mouse inner retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Popova, E; Mitova, L; Vitanova, L; Kupenova, P
      Effect of 2-amino-4-phosphonobutyrate on the OFF responses of frog retinalganglion cells and local ERG after glycinergic blockade

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Bieda, MC; Copenhagen, DR
      Inhibition is not required for the production of transient spiking responses from retinal ganglion cells

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Balboa, RM; Grzywacz, NM
      The role of early retinal lateral inhibition: More than maximizing luminance information

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Balboa, RM; Grzywacz, NM
      The minimal local-asperity hypothesis of early retinal lateral inhibition

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    8. Thoreson, WB
      Dihydropyridine-sensitive calcium currents in bipolar cells of salamander retina are inhibited by reductions in extracellular chloride

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    9. Cook, PB; Lukasiewicz, PD; McReynolds, JS
      GABA(C) receptors control adaptive changes in a glycinergic inhibitory pathway in salamander retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Dong, CJ; Hare, WA
      Contribution to the kinetics and amplitude of the electroretinogram b-waveby third-order retinal neurons in the rabbit retina

      VISION RESEARCH
    11. Gao, F; Maple, BR; Wu, SM
      I4AA-sensitive chloride current contributes to the center light responses of bipolar cells in the tiger salamander retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Thoreson, WB; Stella, SL
      Anion modulation of calcium current voltage dependence and amplitude in salamander rods

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOMEMBRANES
    13. Popova, E
      Glycinergic and GABAergic control of intensity-response function of frog ERG waves under different conditions of light stimulation

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    14. Arnarsson, A; Eysteinsson, T
      Modification of the Xenopus electroretinogram by actions of glycine in theproximal retina

      ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    15. Yang, XL; Gao, F; Wu, SM
      Modulation of horizontal cell function by GABA(A) and GABA(C) receptors indark- and light-adapted tiger salamander retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Granda, AM; Dearworth, JR; Subramaniam, B
      Balanced interactions in ganglion-cell receptive fields

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Yang, CY; Wang, HH
      Anatomical and electrophysiological evidence for GABAergic bipolar cells in tiger salamander retina

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Burkhardt, DA; Fahey, PK
      Contrast rectification and distributed encoding by ON-OFF amacrine cells in the retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Gao, F; Wu, SM
      Multiple types of spontaneous excitatory synaptic currents in salamander retinal ganglion cells

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. WACHTMEISTER L
      OSCILLATORY POTENTIALS IN THE RETINA - WHAT DO THEY REVEAL

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    21. Cook, PB; McReynolds, JS
      Lateral inhibition in the inner retina is important for spatial tuning of ganglion cells

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    22. LUKASIEWICZ PD; SHIELDS CR
      A DIVERSITY OF GABA RECEPTORS IN THE RETINA

      Seminars in cell & developmental biology
    23. BURKHARDT DA; FAHEY PK; SIKORA M
      RESPONSES OF GANGLION-CELLS TO CONTRAST STEPS IN THE LIGHT-ADAPTED RETINA OF THE TIGER SALAMANDER

      Visual neuroscience
    24. MATSUI K; HOSOI N; TACHIBANA M
      EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN THE INNER RETINA - PAIRED RECORDINGS OF BIPOLAR CELLS AND NEURONS OF THE GANGLION-CELL LAYER

      The Journal of neuroscience
    25. DJAMGOZ MBA; PETRUV R; YASUI S; FURUKAWA T; YAMADA M
      MODULATION OF CHROMATIC DIFFERENCE IN RECEPTIVE-FIELD SIZE OF H1 HORIZONTAL CELLS IN CARP RETINA - DOPAMINE-SENSITIVE AND APB-SENSITIVE MECHANISMS

      Neuroscience research
    26. GAILLARD F; ARBIB MA; CORBACHO FJ; LEE HB
      MODELING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES OF ANURAN R3 GANGLION-CELLS

      Vision research (Oxford)
    27. SHAW NA
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PUTATIVE OPTIC PATHWAY POTENTIAL AND THEELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Physiology & behavior
    28. GAO F; WU SM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF SPONTANEOUS INHIBITORY SYNAPTIC CURRENTS IN SALAMANDER RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. BURKHARDT DA; FAHEY PK
      CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT AND DISTRIBUTED ENCODING BY BIPOLAR CELLS IN THERETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. CREVIER DW; MEISTER M
      SYNCHRONOUS PERIOD-DOUBLING IN FLICKER VISION OF SALAMANDER AND MAN

      Journal of neurophysiology
    31. BALL AK; MCREYNOLDS JS
      LOCALIZATION OF GAP-JUNCTIONS AND TRACER COUPLING IN RETINAL MULLER CELLS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    32. POPOVA E; MITOVA L; VITANOVA L; KUPENOVA P
      EFFECT OF GLYCINERGIC BLOCKADE ON LIGHT RESPONSES OF FROG RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    33. VELTE TJ; YU W; MILLER RF
      ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF NMDA AND NON-NMDA CURRENTS TO EPSPS IN RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    34. ARNARSSON A; EYSTEINSSON T
      THE ROLE OF GABA IN MODULATING THE XENOPUS ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Visual neuroscience
    35. ZHANG JA; JUNG CS; SLAUGHTER MM
      SERIAL INHIBITORY SYNAPSES IN RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    36. TEETERS J; JACOBS A; WERBLIN F
      HOW NEURAL INTERACTIONS FORM NEURAL RESPONSES IN THE SALAMANDER RETINA

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    37. FURUKAWA T; YAMADA M; PETRUV R; DJAMGOZ MBA; YASUI S
      NITRIC-OXIDE, 2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTYRIC ACID AND LIGHT DARK ADAPTATION MODULATE SHORT-WAVELENGTH-SENSITIVE SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION TO RETINAL HORIZONTAL CELLS/

      Neuroscience research
    38. SCHWAHN HN; SCHAEFFEL F
      FLICKER PARAMETERS ARE DIFFERENT FOR SUPPRESSION OF MYOPIA AND HYPEROPIA

      Vision research
    39. ECKSTEIN AK; REICHENBACH A; JACOBI P; WEBER P; GREGOR M; ZRENNER E
      HEPATIC RETINOPATHIA - CHANGES IN RETINAL FUNCTION

      Vision research
    40. GIRLANDA P; QUARTARONE A; BUCETI R; SINICROPI S; MACAIONE V; SAAD FA; MESSINA L; DANIELI GA; FERRERI G; VITA G
      EXTRA-MUSCLE INVOLVEMENT IN DYSTROPHINOPATHIES - AN ELECTRORETINOGRAPHY AND EVOKED-POTENTIAL STUDY

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    41. FOHLMEISTER JF; MILLER RF
      IMPULSE ENCODING MECHANISMS OF GANGLION-CELLS IN THE TIGER SALAMANDERRETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    42. THORESON WB; NITZAN R; MILLER RF
      REDUCING EXTRACELLULAR CL- SUPPRESSES DIHYDROPYRIDINE-SENSITIVE CA2+ CURRENTS AND SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION IN AMPHIBIAN PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    43. YANG CY
      L-GLUTAMIC ACID DECARBOXYLASE-IMMUNOREACTIVE AND GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID-IMMUNOREACTIVE BIPOLAR CELLS IN TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA ARE OF ON-RESPONSE AND OFF-RESPONSE TYPES AS INFERRED FROM LUCIFER YELLOW INJECTION

      Journal of comparative neurology
    44. RUSSELAKISCARNEIRO M; SILVEIRA LCL; PERRY VH
      FACTORS AFFECTING THE SURVIVAL OF CAT RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS AFTER OPTIC-NERVE INJURY

      Journal of neurocytology
    45. LANKHEET MJM; ROWE MH; VANWEZEL RJA; VANDEGRIND WA
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF CAT HORIZONTAL CELLS AFTER PROLONGED DARK-ADAPTATION

      Vision research
    46. YANG XL; WU SM
      RESPONSE SENSITIVITY AND VOLTAGE GAIN OF THE ROD-CELL AND CONE-CELL HORIZONTAL CELL SYNAPSES IN DARK-ADAPTED AND LIGHT-ADAPTED TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    47. HARE WA; OWEN WG
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD OF THE RETINAL BIPOLAR CELL - A PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDYIN THE TIGER SALAMANDER

      Journal of neurophysiology
    48. CHAPPELL RL; ROSENSTEIN FJ
      PHARMACOLOGY OF THE SKATE ELECTRORETINOGRAM INDICATES INDEPENDENT ON AND OFF BIPOLAR CELL PATHWAYS

      The Journal of general physiology
    49. YU WF; MILLER RF
      THE MECHANISM BY WHICH NBQX ENHANCES NMDA CURRENTS IN RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Brain research
    50. JIN XT; BRUNKEN WJ
      A DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF APE ON ON-CENTER AND OFF-CENTER GANGLION-CELLS IN THE DARK-ADAPTED RABBIT RETINA

      Brain research
    51. SLAUGHTER MM
      GABA-B RECEPTORS IN THE VERTEBRATE RETINA

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    52. HOTTA N; KOH N; SAKAKIBARA F; NAKAMURA J; HAMADA Y; NARUSE K; SASAKI H; MIZUNO K; MATSUBARA A; KAKUTA H; FUKASAWA H; SAKAMOTO N
      EFFECT OF AN ALDOSE REDUCTASE INHIBITOR, SNK-860, ON DEFICITS IN THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF DIABETIC RATS

      Experimental physiology
    53. PAN ZH; SLAUGHTER MM
      COMPARISON OF THE ACTIONS OF GLYCINE AND RELATED AMINO-ACIDS ON ISOLATED 3RD-ORDER NEURONS FROM THE TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Neuroscience
    54. LUKASIEWICZ PD; LAWRENCE JE; VALENTINO TL
      DESENSITIZING GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS SHAPE EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC INPUTS TOTIGER SALAMANDER RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    55. YU WF; MILLER RF
      HYPEROSMOTIC ACTIVATION OF TRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM PRESYNAPTIC TERMINALS ONTO RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    56. POPOVA E; KUPENOVA P; VITANOVA L; MITOVA L
      EFFECT OF 2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTYRATE ON ERG OFF-RESPONSE AFTER GLYCINERGIC AND GABAERGIC BLOCKADE

      Vision research
    57. TIAN N; SLAUGHTER MM
      CORRELATION OF DYNAMIC-RESPONSES IN THE ON BIPOLAR NEURON AND THE B-WAVE OF THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Vision research
    58. THORESON WB; VELTE TJ; MILLER RF
      ACTIONS OF PHENYLGLYCINE DERIVATIVES AT L-AP4 RECEPTORS IN RETINAL ONBIPOLAR CELLS

      Neuropharmacology
    59. NEAL MJ; CUNNINGHAM JR
      BACLOFEN ENHANCEMENT OF ACETYLCHOLINE-RELEASE FROM AMACRINE CELLS IN THE RABBIT RETINA BY REDUCTION OF GLYCINERGIC INHIBITION

      Journal of physiology
    60. DACHEUX RF; RAVIOLA E
      LIGHT RESPONSES FROM ONE TYPE OF ON-OFF AMACRINE CELLS IN THE RABBIT RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    61. ZHANG J; SLAUGHTER MM
      PREFERENTIAL SUPPRESSION OF THE ON PATHWAY BY GABA(C) RECEPTORS IN THE AMPHIBIAN RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    62. MERWINE DK; AMTHOR FR; GRZYWACZ NM
      INTERACTION BETWEEN CENTER AND SURROUND IN RABBIT RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    63. TORIS CB; EIESLAND JL; MILLER RF
      MORPHOLOGY OF GANGLION-CELLS IN THE NEOTENOUS TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    64. CHIBA C; SAITO T
      RESPONSES MEDIATED BY EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS IN SOLITARY SPIKING CELLS FROM NORMAL NEWT RETINA

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    65. TEXTORIUS O; GOTTVALL E
      EFFECTS OF PROLONGED UNIOCULAR DARK-ADAPTATION ON THE DIRECT-CURRENT ELECTRORETINOGRAM OF PIGMENTED AND ALBINO RABBITS

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    66. JARKMAN S; BRAGADOTTIR R
      ADRENERGIC EFFECTS ON THE CORNEAL AND INTRARETINAL DIRECT-CURRENT ELECTRORETINOGRAM AND ON THE STANDING POTENTIAL OF ALBINO RABBIT EYES

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    67. THORESON WB; ULPHANI JS
      PHARMACOLOGY OF SELECTIVE AND NONSELECTIVE METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE-RECEPTOR AGONISTS AT L-AP4 RECEPTORS IN RETINAL ON BIPOLAR CELLS

      Brain research
    68. POPOVA E; KUPENOVA P; VITANOVA L; MITOVA L
      ERG OFF RESPONSE IN FROG RETINA - LIGHT ADAPTATION AND EFFECT OF 2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTYRATE

      Acta Physiologica Scandinavica
    69. HAMPSON ECGM; WEILER R; VANEY DI
      PH-GATED DOPAMINERGIC MODULATION OF HORIZONTAL CELL GAP-JUNCTIONS IN MAMMALIAN RETINA

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    70. CHIBA C; SAITO T
      APB (2-AMINO-4-PHOSPHONOBUTYRIC ACID) ACTIVATES A CHLORIDE CONDUCTANCE IN GANGLION-CELLS ISOLATED FROM NEWT RETINA

      NeuroReport
    71. YU WF; MILLER RF
      NBQX SUPPRESSES INHIBITORY GLYCINE CURRENTS IN RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      NeuroReport
    72. YANG CY; YAZULLA S
      GLUTAMATE-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES, GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES, AND GAD-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES CO-LOCALIZE IN BIPOLAR CELLS OF TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    73. YANG CY; YAZULLA S
      GLUTAMATE-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES, GABA-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES, AND GAD-IMMUNOREACTIVITIES CO-LOCALIZE IN BIPOLAR CELLS OF TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    74. LIN ZS; YAZULLA S
      DEPLETION OF RETINAL DOPAMINE DOES NOT AFFECT THE ERG B-WAVE INCREMENT THRESHOLD FUNCTION IN GOLDFISH IN-VIVO

      Visual neuroscience
    75. SIEVING PA; MURAYAMA K; NAARENDORP F
      PUSH-PULL MODEL OF THE PRIMATE PHOTOPIC ELECTRORETINOGRAM - A ROLE FOR HYPERPOLARIZING NEURONS IN SHAPING THE B-WAVE

      Visual neuroscience
    76. FREED MA; NELSON R
      CONDUCTANCES EVOKED BY LIGHT IN THE ON-BETA GANGLION-CELL OF CAT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    77. COHEN ED; MILLER RF
      THE ROLE OF NMDA AND NON-NMDA EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS IN THE FUNCTIONAL-ORGANIZATION OF PRIMATE RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    78. GRIGORENKO EV; YEH HH
      EXPRESSION PROFILING OF GABA(A) RECEPTOR BETA-SUBUNITS IN THE RAT RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    79. GARNER CD; LEE EW
      EVALUATION OF METHANOL-INDUCED RETINOTOXICITY USING OSCILLATORY POTENTIAL ANALYSIS

      Toxicology
    80. DEMARCO PJ; POWERS MK
      APB ALTERS PHOTOPIC SPECTRAL SENSITIVITY OF THE GOLDFISH RETINA

      Vision research
    81. PERLMAN I; AMMERMULLER J
      RECEPTIVE-FIELD SIZE OF L1 HORIZONTAL CELLS IN THE TURTLE RETINA - EFFECTS OF DOPAMINE AND BACKGROUND LIGHT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    82. TIAN N; SLAUGHTER MM
      PHARMACOLOGICAL SIMILARITY BETWEEN THE RETINAL APB RECEPTOR AND THE FAMILY OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    83. HENNING J; HIMSTEDT W
      THE PATHWAY CONTROLLING THE PUPILLARY LIGHT REFLEX IN URODELES

      Experimental Brain Research
    84. LACHAPELLE P; BENOIT J
      INTERPRETATION OF THE FILTERED 100-HZ TO 1000-HZ ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Documenta ophthalmologica
    85. TIAN N; SLAUGHTER MM
      PHARMACOLOGY OF THE GABA(B) RECEPTOR IN AMPHIBIAN RETINA

      Brain research
    86. PILLERS DAM; BULMAN DE; WELEBER RG; SIGESMUND DA; MUSARELLA MA; POWELL BR; MURPHEY WH; WESTALL C; PANTON C; BECKER LE; WORTON RG; RAY PN
      DYSTROPHIN EXPRESSION IN THE HUMAN RETINA IS REQUIRED FOR NORMAL FUNCTION AS DEFINED BY ELECTRORETINOGRAPHY

      Nature genetics
    87. KOLBINGER W; WEILER R
      MODULATION OF ENDOGENOUS DOPAMINE RELEASE IN THE TURTLE RETINA - EFFECTS OF LIGHT, CALCIUM, AND NEUROTRANSMITTERS

      Visual neuroscience
    88. ZUCKER CL; EHINGER B
      SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS INVOLVING IMMUNOREACTIVE GLYCINE RECEPTORS IN THE TURTLE RETINA

      Visual neuroscience
    89. LEVICK WR; THIBOS LN
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF CENTRAL RETINAL DEGENERATION IN CAT

      Visual neuroscience
    90. DIAMOND JS; COPENHAGEN DR
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF NMDA AND NON-NMDA RECEPTORS TO THE LIGHT-EVOKED INPUT-OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Neuron
    91. GUREVICH L; SLAUGHTER MM
      COMPARISON OF THE WAVE-FORMS OF THE ON BIPOLAR NEURON AND THE B-WAVE OF THE ELECTRORETINOGRAM

      Vision research
    92. GUENTHER E; ZRENNER E
      DIFFERENCES IN ADAPTATION BETWEEN ON-CENTER AND OFF-CENTER GANGLION-CELLS AND ROD-MEDIATED CONE SENSITIZATION IN CAT RETINA

      Journal of physiology
    93. ZHOU ZMJ; FAIN GL; DOWLING JE
      THE EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY AMINO-ACID RECEPTORS ON HORIZONTAL CELLS ISOLATED FROM THE WHITE PERCH RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    94. HENSLEY SH; YANG XL; WU SM
      RELATIVE CONTRIBUTION OF ROD AND CONE INPUTS TO BIPOLAR CELLS AND GANGLION-CELLS IN THE TIGER SALAMANDER RETINA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    95. MIYAKE Y; MIYAKE K; SHIROYAMA N
      CLASSIFICATION OF APHAKIC CYSTOID MACULAR EDEMA WITH FOCAL MACULAR ELECTRORETINOGRAMS

      American journal of ophthalmology


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