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    1. Fuchs, E; Flugge, G
      Psychosocial stress induces molecular and structural alterations in the brain - How animal experiments help to understand pathomechanisms of depressive illnesses

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PSYCHOSOMATISCHE MEDIZIN UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    2. Calkins, DJ
      Seeing with S cones

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    3. Meyer, U; van Kampen, M; Isovich, E; Flugge, G; Fuchs, E
      Chronic psychosocial stress regulates the expression of both GR and MR mRNA in the hippocampal formation of tree shrews

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    4. Hofmann, BA; Sydow, S; Jahn, O; Van Werven, L; Liepold, T; Eckart, K; Spiess, J
      Functional and protein chemical characterization of the N-terminal domain of the rat corticotropin-releasing factor receptor 1

      PROTEIN SCIENCE
    5. Su, JD; Liu, SY
      Direct projections from serotonergic neurons in the dorsal and median raphe nuclei of midbrain to the suprachiasmatic nucleus in Tupaia belangeri chinensis

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Kietzmann, T; Knabe, W; Schmidt-Kastner, R
      Hypoxia and hypoxia-inducible factor modulated gene expression in brain: involvement in neuroprotection and cell death

      EUROPEAN ARCHIVES OF PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Dautzenberg, FM; Kilpatrick, GJ; Hauger, RL; Moreau, JL
      Molecular biology of the CRH receptors - in the mood

      PEPTIDES
    8. McBrien, NA; Cornell, LM; Gentle, A
      Structural and ultrastructural changes to the sclera in a mammalian model of high myopia

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    9. Fuchs, E; Flugge, G; Ohl, F; Lucassen, P; Vollmann-Honsdorf, GK; Michaelis, T
      Psychosocial stress, glucocorticoids, and structural alterations in the tree shrew hippocampus

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    10. Flugge, G; Kramer, M; Fuchs, E
      Chronic subordination stress in male tree shrews: Replacement of testosterone affects behavior and central alpha(2)-adrenoceptors

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    11. Higelin, J; Py-Lang, G; Paternoster, C; Ellis, GJ; Patel, A; Dautzenberg, FM
      I-125-antisauvagine-30: a novel and specific high-affinity radioligand forthe characterization of corticotropin-releasing factor type 2 receptors

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    12. Michaelis, T; de Biurrun, G; Watanabe, T; Frahm, J; Ohl, F; Fuchs, E
      Gender-specific alterations of cerebral metabolites with aging and cortisol treatment

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH
    13. Dautzenberg, FM; Py-Lang, G; Higelin, J; Fischer, C; Wright, MB; Huber, G
      Different binding modes of amphibian and human corticotropin-releasing factor type 1 and type 2 receptors: Evidence for evolutionary differences

      JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS
    14. Li, G; Zwick, H; Stuck, B; Lund, DJ
      On the use of schematic eye models to estimate retinal image quality

      JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL OPTICS
    15. Isovich, E; Mijnster, MJ; Flugge, G; Fuchs, E
      Chronic psychosocial stress reduces the density of dopamine transporters

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Endo, H; Hayashi, Y; Rerkamnuaychoke, W; Nadee, N; Nabhitabhata, J; Kawamoto, Y; Hirai, H; Kimura, J; Nishida, T; Yamada, J
      Sympatric distribution of the two morphological types of the common tree shrew in Hat-Yai districts (South Thailand)

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    17. Endo, H; Nishiumi, I; Hayashi, Y; Rashdi, AB; Nadee, N; Nabhitabhata, J; Kawamoto, Y; Kimura, J; Nishida, T; Yamada, J
      Multivariate analysis in skull osteometry of the common tree shrew from both sides of the Isthmus of Kra in Southern Thailand

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE
    18. Schmitz, J; Ohme, M; Zischler, H
      The complete mitochondrial genome of Tupaia belangeri and the phylogeneticaffiliation of Scandentia to other eutherian orders

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    19. Knabe, W; Kuhn, HJ
      Capillary-contacting horizontal cells in the retina of the tree shrew Tupaia belangeri belong to the mammalian type A

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    20. Troilo, D; Nickla, DL; Wildsoet, CF
      Form deprivation myopia in mature common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

      INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE
    21. Van Kampen, M; Schmitt, U; Hiemke, C; Fuchs, E
      Diazepam has no beneficial effects on stress-induced behavioural and endocrine changes in male tree shrews

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    22. Flugge, G
      Regulation of monoamine receptors in the brain: Dynamic changes during stress

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 195
    23. Chiao, CC; Vorobyev, M; Cronin, TW; Osorio, D
      Spectral tuning of dichromats to natural scenes

      VISION RESEARCH
    24. Kitaya, N; Ishiko, S; Abiko, T; Mori, F; Kagokawa, H; Kojima, M; Saito, K; Yoshida, A
      Changes in blood-retinal barrier permeability in form deprivation myopia in tree shrews

      VISION RESEARCH
    25. Dautzenberg, FM; Huber, G; Higelin, J; Py-Lang, G; Kilpatrick, GJ
      Evidence for the abundant expression of arginine 185 containing human CRF2alpha receptors and the role of position 185 for receptor-ligand selectivity

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    26. Livingston, CA; Mustari, MJ
      The anatomical organization of the macaque pregeniculate complex

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Reuss, S; Fuchs, E
      Anterograde tracing of retinal afferents to the tree shrew hypothalamus and raphe

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Shaikh, AW; Siegwart, JT; Norton, TT
      Effect of interrupted lens wear on compensation for a minus lens in tree shrews

      OPTOMETRY AND VISION SCIENCE
    29. Morgans, CW
      Calcium channel heterogeneity among cone photoreceptors in the tree shrew retina

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. Cao, QL; Murphy, HA; Petry, HM
      Localization of nitric oxide synthase in the tree shrew retina

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Ohl, F; Fuchs, E
      Differential effects of chronic stress on memory processes in the tree shrew

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    32. Bryant, MR; Kampmeier, J; Er, H; Sanchez-DiMartino, D; Shah, SS; McDonnell, PJ
      PRK-induced anisometropia in the rabbit as a model of myopia

      GRAEFES ARCHIVE FOR CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY
    33. Refinetti, R
      Relationship between the daily rhythms of locomotor activity and body temperature in eight mammalian species

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-REGULATORY INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    34. Refinetti, R
      Amplitude of the daily rhythm of body temperature in eleven mammalian species

      JOURNAL OF THERMAL BIOLOGY
    35. Knabe, W; Ochs, M
      Horizontal cells invest retinal capillaries in the tree shrew Tupaia belangeri

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    36. Osuobeni, EP; Hamidzada, WA
      Refractive indices of the ocular fluids of the one-humped camel (Camelus dromedarius)

      MEDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    37. Al-Abdulmunem, MA
      Anterior corneal radius of curvature and corneal astigmatism in the one-humped camel (Camelus dromedarius)

      MEDICAL SCIENCE RESEARCH
    38. Pawlik, M; Fuchs, E; Walker, LC; Levy, E
      Primate-like amyloid-beta sequence but no cerebral amyloidosis in aged tree shrews

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    39. Kramer, M; Hiemke, C; Fuchs, E
      Chronic psychosocial stress and antidepressant treatment in tree shrews: time-dependent behavioral and endocrine effects

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    40. Flugge, G
      Effects of cortisol on brain alpha(2)-adrenoceptors: potential role in stress

      NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
    41. Siegwart, JT; Norton, TT
      Regulation of the mechanical properties of tree shrew sclera by the visualenvironment

      VISION RESEARCH
    42. Osuobeni, EP; Hamidzada, WA
      Ultrasonographic determination of the dimensions of ocular components in enucleated eyes of the one-humped camel (Camelus dromedarius)

      RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE
    43. Eichmann, F; Holst, DV
      Organization of territorial marking behavior by testosterone during puberty in male tree shrews

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    44. Higo, S; Kawamura, S
      Zonal organization of the ventral lateral geniculate nucleus in the cat: Cholera toxin mapping

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    45. Mijnster, MJ; Isovich, E; Flugge, G; Fuchs, E
      Localization of dopamine receptors in the tree shrew brain using [H-3]-SCH23390 and [I-125]-epidepride

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    46. Malz, CR; Kuhn, HJ
      FMRFamide immunoreactivity and the invasion of adenohypophyseal cells intothe neural lobe in the developing pituitary of the tree shrew Tupaia belangeri

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    47. Chemin, I; Moradpour, D; Wieland, S; Offensperger, WB; Walter, E; Behr, JP; Blum, HE
      Liver-directed gene transfer: a linear polyethylenimine derivative mediates highly efficient DNA delivery to primary hepatocytes in vitro and in vivo

      JOURNAL OF VIRAL HEPATITIS
    48. VOROBYEV M; OSORIO D
      RECEPTOR NOISE AS A DETERMINANT OF COLOR THRESHOLDS

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    49. KNABE W; KUHN HJ
      DISK FORMATION IN RETINAL CONES OF TUPAIA-BELANGERI (SCANDENTIA)

      Cell and tissue research
    50. HAMIDZADA WA
      DETERMINATION OF SOUND-VELOCITY IN THE PRESERVED LENS OF THE ONE-HUMPED CAMEL (CAMELUS-DROMEDARIUS)

      Medical science research
    51. SIEGWART JT; NORTON TT
      THE SUSCEPTIBLE PERIOD FOR DEPRIVATION-INDUCED MYOPIA IN TREE SHREW

      Vision research (Oxford)
    52. REFINETTI R
      BODY-TEMPERATURE AND BEHAVIOR OF TREE SHREWS AND FLYING SQUIRRELS IN A THERMAL-GRADIENT

      Physiology & behavior
    53. BRYANT MR; MCDONNELL PJ
      OPTICAL FEEDBACK-CONTROLLED SCLERAL REMODELING AS A MECHANISM FOR MYOPIC EYE GROWTH

      Journal of theoretical biology
    54. KNABE W; KUHN HJ
      CILIOGENESIS IN PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS OF THE TREE SHREW RETINA

      Anatomy and embryology
    55. REFINETTI R
      THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT-TEMPERATURE ON THE BODY-TEMPERATURE RHYTHM OF RATS, HAMSTERS, GERBILS, AND TREE SHREWS

      Journal of thermal biology
    56. FLUGGE G; AHRENS O; FUCHS E
      MONOAMINE RECEPTORS IN THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX OF TUPAIA-BELANGERI DURING CHRONIC PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS

      Cell and tissue research
    57. WILDSOET CF
      ACTIVE EMMETROPIZATION - EVIDENCE FOR ITS EXISTENCE AND RAMIFICATIONSFOR CLINICAL-PRACTICE

      Ophthalmic & physiological optics
    58. KNABE W; SKATCHKOV S; KUHN HJ
      LENS MITOCHONDRIA IN THE RETINAL CONES OF THE TREE-SHREW TUPAIA-BELANGERI

      Vision research
    59. SANDMANN D; ENGELMANN R; PEICHL L
      STARBURST CHOLINERGIC AMACRINE CELLS IN THE TREE SHREW RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    60. REESE BE
      THE CHRONOTOPIC REORDERING OF OPTIC AXONS

      Perspectives on developmental neurobiology
    61. KNABE W; KUHN HJ
      MORPHOGENESIS OF MEGAMITOCHONDRIA IN THE RETINAL CONE INNER SEGMENTS OF TUPAIA-BELANGERI (SCANDENTIA)

      Cell and tissue research
    62. MAGARINOS AM; MCEWEN BS; FLUGGE G; FUCHS E
      CHRONIC PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS CAUSES APICAL DENDRITIC ATROPHY OF HIPPOCAMPAL CA3 PYRAMIDAL NEURONS IN SUBORDINATE TREE SHREWS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    63. FUCHS E; KRAMER M; HERMES B; NETTER P; HIEMKE C
      PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS IN TREE SHREWS - CLOMIPRAMINE COUNTERACTS BEHAVIORAL AND ENDOCRINE CHANGES

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    64. KNABE W; KUHN HJ
      THE ROLE OF MICROTUBULES AND MICROTUBULE-ORGANIZING CENTERS DURING THE MIGRATION OF MITOCHONDRIA

      Journal of Anatomy
    65. FUCHS E; FLUGGE G
      MODULATION OF BINDING-SITES FOR CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE BY CHRONIC PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    66. NORTON TT; RADA JA
      REDUCED EXTRACELLULAR-MATRIX IN MAMMALIAN SCLERA WITH INDUCED MYOPIA

      Vision research
    67. ZADNIK K; MUTTI DO
      HOW APPLICABLE ARE ANIMAL MYOPIA MODELS TO HUMAN JUVENILE-ONSET MYOPIA

      Vision research
    68. PETRY HM; MURPHY HA
      DIFFERENTIATION OF SHORT-WAVELENGTH-SENSITIVE CONES BY NADPH DIAPHORASE HISTOCHEMISTRY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. REICHENBACH A; FROMTER C; ENGELMANN R; WOLBURG H; KASPER M; SCHNITZER J
      MULLER GLIAL-CELLS OF THE TREE SHREW RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    70. LUO YQ; PENG NN; YANG WG; ZHANG WJ
      STUDIES ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF VASOPRESSIN-IMMUNOREACTIVE NEURONAL PERIKARYA AND THEIR FIBERS IN THE HYPOTHALAMUS OF TUPAIA-BELANGERI

      Brain research
    71. FUCHS E; UNO H; FLUGGE G
      CHRONIC PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS INDUCES MORPHOLOGICAL ALTERATIONS IN HIPPOCAMPAL PYRAMIDAL NEURONS OF THE TREE SHREW

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

      Visual neuroscience
    73. NORTON TT; ESSINGER JA; MCBRIEN NA
      LID-SUTURE MYOPIA IN TREE SHREWS WITH RETINAL GANGLION-CELL BLOCKADE

      Visual neuroscience
    74. JOHREN O; FLUGGE G; FUCHS E
      HIPPOCAMPAL GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN THE TREE SHREW - REGULATION BY PSYCHOSOCIAL CONFLICT

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    75. ZADNIK K; SATARIANO WA; MUTTI DO; SHOLTZ RI; ADAMS AJ
      THE EFFECT OF PARENTAL HISTORY OF MYOPIA ON CHILDRENS EYE SIZE

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    76. NORTON TT
      A NEW FOCUS ON MYOPIA

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    77. MCBRIEN NA; NORTON TT
      PREVENTION OF COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING INCREASES FORM-DEPRIVATION MYOPIA IN TREE SHREW

      Experimental Eye Research
    78. FUCHS E; JOHREN O; FLUGGE G
      PSYCHOSOCIAL CONFLICT IN THE TREE SHREW - EFFECTS ON SYMPATHOADRENAL ACTIVITY AND BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    79. MULLER B; PEICHL L
      HORIZONTAL CELLS IN THE CONE-DOMINATED TREE SHREW RETINA - MORPHOLOGY, PHOTORECEPTOR CONTACTS, AND TOPOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    80. PETRY HM; ERICHSEN JT; SZEL A
      IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION OF PHOTORECEPTOR POPULATIONS IN THETREE SHREW RETINA

      Brain research
    81. JACOBS GH
      THE DISTRIBUTION AND NATURE OF COLOR-VISION AMONG THE MAMMALS

      Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society


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