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

      DEVELOPMENT
    2. Hu, ZT; Lelievre, V; Rodriguez, WI; Tam, J; Cheng, JW; Cohen-Cory, S; Waschek, JA
      Embryonic expression of pituitary adenylyl cyclase-activating polypeptide and its selective type I receptor gene in the frog Xenopus laevis neural tube

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    3. Gray, M; Moens, CB; Amacher, SL; Eisen, JS; Beattie, CE
      Zebrafish deadly seven functions in neurogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    4. Kataoka, H; Ochi, M; Enomoto, K; Yamaguchi, A
      Cloning and embryonic expression patterns of the zebrafish Runt domain genes, runxa and runxb

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    5. Williams, JA; Barrios, A; Gatchalian, C; Rubin, L; Wilson, SW; Holder, N
      Programmed cell death in zebrafish Rohon Beard neurons is influenced by TrkC1/NT-3 signaling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    6. Patterson, KD; Krieg, PA
      Hox11-family genes XHox11 and XHox11L2 in Xenopus: XHox11L2 expression is restricted to a subset of the primary sensory neurons

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    7. OLSON EC; SCHINDER AF; DANTZKER JL; MARCUS EA; SPITZER NC; HARRIS WA
      PROPERTIES OF ECTOPIC NEURONS INDUCED BY XENOPUS NEUROGENIN1 MISEXPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences (Print)
    8. RIBERA AB; NUSSLEINVOLHARD C
      ZEBRAFISH TOUCH-INSENSITIVE MUTANTS REVEAL AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENTAL REGULATION OF SODIUM CURRENT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    9. GLEASON EL; SPITZER NC
      AMPA AND NMDA RECEPTORS EXPRESSED BY DIFFERENTIATING XENOPUS SPINAL NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    10. JELASO AM; ACEVEDO S; DANG T; LEPERE A; IDE CF
      INTERLEUKIN-1-BETA AND ITS TYPE-1 RECEPTOR ARE EXPRESSED IN DEVELOPING NEURAL CIRCUITS IN THE FROG, XENOPUS-LAEVIS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    11. MARTIN SC; SANDELL JH; HEINRICH G
      ZEBRAFISH TRKC1 AND TRKC2 RECEPTORS DEFINE 2 DIFFERENT CELL-POPULATIONS IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM DURING THE PERIOD OF AXONOGENESIS

      Developmental biology
    12. SPITZER NC; OU XN
      PURPOSEFUL PATTERNS OF SPONTANEOUS CALCIUM TRANSIENTS IN EMBRYONIC SPINAL NEURONS

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    13. SOFFE SR
      THE PATTERN OF SENSORY DISCHARGE CAN DETERMINE THE MOTOR RESPONSE IN YOUNG XENOPUS TADPOLES

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    14. SUN QQ; DALE N
      SEROTONERGIC INHIBITION OF THE T-TYPE AND HIGH VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CA2+CURRENTS IN THE PRIMARY SENSORY NEURONS OF XENOPUS LARVAE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    15. SCHLOSSER G; ROTH G
      EVOLUTION OF NERVE DEVELOPMENT IN FROGS .1. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN DISCOGLOSSUS-PICTUS (DISCOGLOSSIDAE)

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    16. ROHRBOUGH J; SPITZER NC
      REGULATION OF INTRACELLULAR CL- LEVELS BY NA-DEPENDENT CL- COTRANSPORT DISTINGUISHES DEPOLARIZING FROM HYPERPOLARIZING GABA(A) RECEPTOR-MEDIATED RESPONSES IN SPINAL NEURONS()

      The Journal of neuroscience
    17. PERRINS R; ROBERTS A
      CHOLINERGIC CONTRIBUTION TO EXCITATION IN A SPINAL LOCOMOTOR CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN XENOPUS EMBRYOS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    18. SILLAR KT; SIMMERS AJ
      PRESYNAPTIC INHIBITION OF PRIMARY AFFERENT TRANSMITTER RELEASE BY 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE AT A MECHANOSENSORY SYNAPSE IN THE VERTEBRATE SPINAL-CORD

      The Journal of neuroscience
    19. WALTON MK; SCHAFFNER AE; BARKER JL
      SODIUM-CHANNELS, GABA-A RECEPTORS, AND GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS DEVELOP SEQUENTIALLY ON EMBRYONIC RAT SPINAL-CORD CELLS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    20. RIBERA AB; NGUYEN DA
      PRIMARY SENSORY NEURONS EXPRESS A SHAKER-LIKE POTASSIUM CHANNEL GENE

      The Journal of neuroscience
    21. SPITZER NC; DEBACA RC; ALLEN KA; HOLLIDAY J
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENCE OF DIFFERENTIATION OF GABA IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN SPINAL NEURONS

      Journal of comparative neurology


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