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    1. Pepe, IM
      Recent advances in our understanding of rhodopsin and phototransduction

      PROGRESS IN RETINAL AND EYE RESEARCH
    2. Hardie, RC; Raghu, P; Moore, S; Juusola, M; Baines, RA; Sweeney, ST
      Calcium influx via TRP channels is required to maintain PIP2 levels in Drosophila photoreceptors

      NEURON
    3. Ukhanov, K; Mills, SJ; Potter, BVL; Walz, B
      InsP(3)-induced Ca2+ release in permeabilized invertebrate photoreceptors:a link between phototransduction and Ca2+ stores

      CELL CALCIUM
    4. Raghu, P; Colley, NJ; Webel, R; James, T; Hasan, G; Danin, M; Selinger, Z; Hardie, RC
      Normal phototransduction in Drosophila photoreceptors lacking an InsP(3) receptor gene

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Fabczak, H
      Contribution of phosphoinositide-dependent signalling to photomotility of Blepharisma ciliate

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    6. Fein, A; Cavar, S
      Divergent mechanisms for phototransduction of invertebrate microvillar photoreceptors

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Battelle, BA; Andrews, AW; Kempler, KE; Edwards, SC; Smith, WC
      Visual arrestin in Limulus is phosphorylated at multiple sites in the light and in the dark

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Miller, CS; Glantz, RM
      Visual adaptation modulates a potassium conductance in retinular cells of the crayfish

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Battelle, BA; Williams, CD; Schremser-Berlin, JL; Cacciatore, C
      Regulation of arrestin mRNA levels in Limulus lateral eye: Separate and combined influences of circadian efferent input and light

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Blackwell, KT
      Evidence for a distinct light-induced calcium-dependent potassium current in Hermissenda crassicornis

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Walz, B; Zimmermann, B; Ukhanov, K
      Light-dependent repetitive Ca2+ spikes induced by extracellular application of neomycin in honeybee drone photoreceptors

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Ukhanov, K; Walz, B
      The phosphoinositide signaling cascade is involved in photoreception in the leech Hirudo medicinalis

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    13. Walz, B; Ukhanov, K; Zimmermann, B
      Actions of neomycin on electrical light responses, Ca2+ release, and intracellular Ca2+ changes in photoreceptors of the honeybee drone

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    14. Oberwinkler, J; Stavenga, DG
      Calcium transients in the rhabdomeres of dark- and light-adapted fly photoreceptor cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Glantz, RM; Miller, CS; Nassel, DR
      Tachykinin-related peptide and GABA-mediated presynaptic inhibition of crayfish photoreceptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Dorlochter, M; de Vente, J
      Cyclic GMP in lateral eyes of the horseshoe crab Limulus

      VISION RESEARCH
    17. Oberwinkler, J; Stavenga, DG
      Calcium imaging demonstrates colocalization of calcium influx and extrusion in fly photoreceptors

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    18. Henderson, SR; Reuss, H; Hardie, RC
      Single photon responses in Drosophila photoreceptors and their regulation by Ca2+

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON
    19. Baumann, O
      Distribution of ryanodine receptor Ca2+ channels in insect photoreceptor cells

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    20. Blackwell, KT
      Dynamics of the light-induced current in Hermissenda

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    21. Lott, JS; Wilde, JI; Carne, A; Evans, N; Findlay, JBC
      The ordered visual transduction complex of the squid photoreceptor membrane

      MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    22. Bauer, PJ; Schauf, H; Schwarzer, A; Brown, JE
      Direct evidence of Na+/Ca2+ exchange in squid rhabdomeric membranes

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Chyb, S; Hevers, W; Forte, M; Wolfgang, WJ; Selinger, Z; Hardie, RC
      Modulation of the light response by cAMP in Drosophila photoreceptors

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Cook, B; Minke, B
      TRP and calcium stores in Drosophila phototransduction

      CELL CALCIUM
    25. Cobb, CS; Williamson, R
      Ionic mechanisms of phototransduction in photoreceptor cells from the epistellar body of the octopus Eledone cirrhosa

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    26. Haug-Collet, K; Pearson, B; Webel, R; Szerencsei, RT; Winkfein, RJ; Schnetkamp, PPM; Colley, NJ
      Cloning and characterization of a potassium-dependent sodium/calcium exchanger in Drosophila

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    27. Blackwell, KT; Alkon, DL
      Ryanodine receptor modulation of in vitro associative learning in Hermissenda crassicornis

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Postma, M; Oberwinkler, J; Stavenga, DG
      Does Ca2+ reach millimolar concentrations after single photon absorption in Drosophila photoreceptor microvilli?

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    29. MUZZIO IA; TALK AC; MATZEL LD
      INTRACELLULAR CA2+ AND ADAPTATION OF VOLTAGE RESPONSES TO LIGHT IN HERMISSENDA PHOTORECEPTORS

      NeuroReport
    30. HSIAO HS; PAYNE R
      LIGHT-INDUCED MN2+ INFLUX IN LIMULUS VENTRAL PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    31. UKHANOV K; UKHANOVA M; TAYLOR CW; PAYNE R
      PUTATIVE INOSITOL 1,4,5-TRISPHOSPHATE RECEPTOR LOCALIZED TO ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTORS

      Neuroscience
    32. CHAMBERLAIN SC
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS IN THE HORSESHOE-CRAB LATERAL EYE - SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND PHOTOSTASIS

      Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics
    33. PERETZ A; ABITBOL L; SOBKO A; WU CF; ATTALI B
      A CA2+ CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE MODULATES DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR K+ CURRENTS - A ROLE IN SHAPING THE PHOTORECEPTOR POTENTIAL/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    34. GOMEZ MD; NASI E
      MEMBRANE CURRENT-INDUCED BY PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVATORS IN RHABDOMERIC PHOTORECEPTORS - IMPLICATIONS FOR VISUAL EXCITATION

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. BATTELLE BA; ANDREWS AW; CALMAN BG; SELLERS JR; GREENBERG RM; SMITH WC
      A MYOSIN-III FROM LIMULUS EYES IS A CLOCK-REGULATED PHOSPHOPROTEIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    36. OBERWINKLER J; STAVENGA DG
      LIGHT DEPENDENCE OF CALCIUM AND MEMBRANE-POTENTIAL MEASURED IN BLOWFLY PHOTORECEPTORS IN-VIVO

      The Journal of general physiology
    37. SAKAKIBARA M; INOUE H; YOSHIOKA T
      EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF INOSITOL TRISPHOSPHATE BUT NOT CYCLIC-NUCLEOTIDES IN VISUAL TRANSDUCTION IN HERMISSENDA EYE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. NISHI T; GOTOW T
      LIGHT-INCREASED CGMP AND K+ CONDUCTANCE IN THE HYPERPOLARIZING RECEPTOR POTENTIAL OF ONCHIDIUM EXTRAOCULAR PHOTORECEPTORS

      Brain research
    39. NAGY K; CONTZEN K
      INHIBITION OF PHOSPHOLIPASE-C BY U-73122 BLOCKS ONE-COMPONENT OF THE RECEPTOR CURRENT IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTOR

      Visual neuroscience
    40. DORLOCHTER M; KLEMEIT M; STIEVE H
      IMMUNOLOGICAL DEMONSTRATION OF G(Q)-PROTEIN IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTORS

      Visual neuroscience
    41. ODAY PM; BACIGALUPO J; VERGARA C; HAAB JE
      CURRENT ISSUES IN INVERTEBRATE PHOTOTRANSDUCTION - 2ND-MESSENGER AND ION CONDUCTANCES

      Molecular neurobiology
    42. GOMEZ MD; NASI E
      LIGHT ADAPTATION IN PECTEN HYPERPOLARIZING PHOTORECEPTORS INSENSITIVITY TO CALCIUM MANIPULATIONS

      The Journal of general physiology
    43. HERNANDEZFALCON J; SCHNEIDEREHRENBERG O; MARTINEZ AD; CAMPOSLOZADA V; FUENTESPARDO B
      STEROIDS MODULATE THE EXCITABILITY OF CRAYFISH (PROCAMBARUS-DIGUETI) PHOTORECEPTORS - LONG-TERM AND SHORT-TERM ACTIONS

      General and comparative endocrinology
    44. MUSIO C
      APPLICATION OF THE PATCH-CLAMP TO PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS OF THE CRAYFISHORCONECTES-LIMOSUS

      Italian journal of zoology
    45. TALK AC; MATZEL LD
      CALCIUM INFLUX AND RELEASE FROM INTRACELLULAR STORES CONTRIBUTE DIFFERENTIALLY TO ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT NEURONAL FACILITATION IN HERMISSENDA PHOTORECEPTORS

      Neurobiology of learning and memory
    46. PAK WL
      USE OF DROSOPHILA MUTANTS IN VISION RESEARCH

      Molecules and cells
    47. CALMAN BG; ANDREWS AW; RISSLER HM; EDWARDS SC; BATTELLE BA
      CALCIUM CALMODULIN-DEPENDENT PROTEIN-KINASE-II AND ARRESTIN PHOSPHORYLATION IN LIMULUS EYES/

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    48. RENNINGER GH; FARRELL CA
      MODULATION OF FUNCTION IN LIMULUS COMPOUND EYE PHOTORECEPTORS BY OCTOPAMINE ENANTIOMERS

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    49. KASS L; BRAY WO
      KINETIC-MODEL FOR PHOTOTRANSDUCTION AND G-PROTEIN ENZYME CASCADE - UNDERSTANDING QUANTAL BUMPS DURING INHIBITION OF CAM-KII OR PP2B

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    50. MINKE B; SELINGER Z
      THE ROLES OF TRP AND CALCIUM IN REGULATING PHOTORECEPTOR FUNCTION IN DROSOPHILA

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    51. KINGSMITH C; CRONIN TW
      PIGMENT GRANULE MIGRATION IN CRUSTACEAN PHOTORECEPTORS REQUIRES CALCIUM

      Visual neuroscience
    52. EDWARDS SC; ODAY PM; HERRERA DC
      CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTEIN PHOSPHATASES TYPE-1 AND TYPE 2A IN LIMULUS NERVOUS-TISSUE - THEIR LIGHT REGULATION IN THE LATERAL EYE AND EVIDENCE OF INVOLVEMENT IN THE PHOTORESPONSE

      Visual neuroscience
    53. MINKE B; SELINGER Z
      ROLE OF DROSOPHILA TRP IN INOSITIDE-MEDIATED CA2+ ENTRY

      Molecular neurobiology
    54. MATZEL LD; ROGERS RF; TALK AC
      BIDIRECTIONAL REGULATION OF NEURONAL POTASSIUM CURRENTS BY THE G-PROTEIN ACTIVATOR ALUMINUM FLUORIDE AS A FUNCTION OF INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM-CONCENTRATION

      Neuroscience
    55. SOLON E; GUPTA AP; GAUGLER R
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION DURING EXOCYTOSIS IN LIMULUS-POLYPHEMUS GRANULOCYTES

      Developmental and comparative immunology
    56. FINN JT; GRUNWALD ME; YAU KW
      CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDE-GATED ION CHANNELS - AN EXTENDED FAMILY WITH DIVERSE FUNCTIONS

      Annual review of physiology
    57. BROWN JE; KELMAN ES
      CA2-PHOSPHODIESTERASE ACTIVITY IN SQUID RETINAL PHOTORECEPTORS( INDUCES AN INCREASE IN CGMP)

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    58. JARMINOWSKI H; STIEVE H
      THE SUBCELLULAR-DISTRIBUTION OF CALCIUM IN THE VISUAL CELLS OF CRAYFISH, OBSERVED WITH THE COMBINED OXALATE-PYROANTIMONATE TECHNIQUE, DEPENDS ON EXTRACELLULAR CALCIUM

      Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung. C, A journal of biosciences
    59. GOMEZ MD; NASI E
      ACTIVATION OF LIGHT-DEPENDENT K+ CHANNELS IN CILIARY INVERTEBRATE PHOTORECEPTORS INVOLVES CGMP BUT NOT THE IP3 CA2+ CASCADE/

      Neuron
    60. DONG YJ; KUNZE DL; VACA L; SCHILLING WP
      INS(1,4,5)P-3 ACTIVATES DROSOPHILA CATION CHANNEL TRPL IN RECOMBINANTBACULOVIRUS-INFECTED SF9 INSECT CELLS

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    61. HARDIE RC
      EFFECTS OF INTRACELLULAR CA2+ CHELATION ON THE LIGHT RESPONSE IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    62. CONTZEN K; RICHTER KH; NAGY K
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF THE PHOSPHOLIPASE-C PATHWAY BLOCKS ONE LIGHT-ACTIVATED CURRENT COMPONENT IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTOR

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    63. YAMASHITA S; ARITA F
      EFFERENT CONTROL IN THE ANTERIOR LATERAL EYES OF ORB-WEAVING SPIDERS

      Zoological science
    64. BACIGALUPO J; BAUTISTA DM; BRINK DL; HETZER JF; ODAY PM
      CYCLIC-GMP ENHANCES LIGHT-INDUCED EXCITATION AND INDUCES MEMBRANE CURRENTS IN DROSOPHILA RETINAL PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    65. SHIMATANI Y; KATAGIRI Y
      LIGHT REMOVES INACTIVATION OF THE A-TYPE POTASSIUM CHANNELS IN SCALLOP HYPERPOLARIZING PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    66. HARDIE RC
      PHOTOLYSIS OF CAGED CA2-SENSITIVE CHANNELS IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS( FACILITATES AND INACTIVATES BUT DOES NOT DIRECTLY EXCITE LIGHT)

      The Journal of neuroscience
    67. ACOSTAURQUIDI J; CROW T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED CURRENTS IN HERMISSENDA TYPE B-PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    68. WECKSTROM M; LAUGHLIN SB
      VISUAL ECOLOGY AND VOLTAGE-GATED ION CHANNELS IN INSECT PHOTORECEPTORS

      Trends in neurosciences
    69. PAK WL
      DROSOPHILA IN VISION RESEARCH - THE FRIEDENWALD-LECTURE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    70. HARDIE RC; MINKE B
      PHOSPHOINOSITIDE-MEDIATED PHOTOTRANSDUCTION IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS - THE ROLE OF CA2+ AND TRP

      Cell calcium
    71. RICHARD EA; SAMPAT P; LISMAN JE
      DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN ROLES FOR CALCIUM IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTOR EXCITATION

      Cell calcium
    72. WALZ B; BAUMANN O
      STRUCTURE AND CELLULAR PHYSIOLOGY OF CA2+ STORES IN INVERTEBRATE PHOTORECEPTORS

      Cell calcium
    73. SCHRAERMEYER U; STIEVE H; RACK M
      IMMUNOELECTRONMICROSCOPIC STUDY OF G-PROTEIN DISTRIBUTION IN PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS OF THE CEPHALOPOD SEPIA-OFFICINALIS

      Tissue & cell
    74. GARTNER W; TOWNER P
      INVERTEBRATE VISUAL PIGMENTS

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    75. WALZ B; BAUMANN O; ZIMMERMANN B; CIRIACYWANTRUP EV
      CAFFEINE-SENSITIVE AND RYANODINE-SENSITIVE CA2-INDUCED CA2+ RELEASE FROM THE ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM IN HONEYBEE PHOTORECEPTORS()

      The Journal of general physiology
    76. JUUSOLA M; UUSITALO RO; WECKSTROM M
      TRANSFER OF GRADED POTENTIALS AT THE PHOTORECEPTOR INTERNEURON SYNAPSE

      The Journal of general physiology
    77. MITCHELL J; GUTIERREZ J; NORTHUP JK
      PURIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND PARTIAL AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE OF A G-PROTEIN-ACTIVATED PHOSPHOLIPASE-C FROM SQUID PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    78. TAKAGI M
      LIGHT-DEPENDENT ION CHANNELS IN OCTOPUS VISUAL CELL-MEMBRANES - THE PERMEABILITY OF LARGE ORGANIC IONS AND EFFECTS OF CYCLIC-GMP

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology.B, Biology
    79. NAGY K
      INHIBITION OF THE FIRST COMPONENT OF THE RECEPTOR CURRENT IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTOR

      NeuroReport
    80. RANGANATHAN R; BACSKAI BJ; TSIEN RY; ZUKER CS
      CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM TRANSIENTS - SPATIAL LOCALIZATION AND ROLE IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR CELL-FUNCTION

      Neuron
    81. RANGANATHAN R; BACSKAI BJ; TSIEN RY; ZUKER CS
      CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM TRANSIENTS - SPATIAL LOCALIZATION AND ROLE IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTOR CELL-FUNCTION

      Neuron
    82. PERETZ A; SUSSTOBY E; ROMGLAS A; ARNON A; PAYNE R; MINKE B
      THE LIGHT RESPONSE OF DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS IS ACCOMPANIED BY AN INCREASE IN CELLULAR CALCIUM - EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC MUTATIONS

      Neuron
    83. WECKSTROM M
      VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED OUTWARD CURRENTS IN ADULT AND NYMPHAL LOCUST PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    84. WALZ B; ZIMMERMANN B; SEIDL S
      INTRACELLULAR CA2-INDUCED CA2+ CHANGES IN PHOTORECEPTORS OF THE HONEYBEE DRONE( CONCENTRATION AND LATENCY OF LIGHT)

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    85. BAUMANN O; LAUTENSCHLAGER B; TAKEYASU K
      IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF NA,K-ATPASE IN BLOWFLY PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS

      Cell and tissue research
    86. BAUMANN A; FRINGS S; GODDE M; SEIFERT R; KAUPP UB
      PRIMARY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONAL EXPRESSION OF A DROSOPHILA CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDE-GATED CHANNEL PRESENT IN EYES AND ANTENNAE

      EMBO journal
    87. ILYIN V; PARKER I
      ROLE OF CYTOSOLIC CA2-EVOKED CA2+ RELEASE IN XENOPUS-OOCYTES( IN INHIBITION OF INSP(3))

      Journal of physiology
    88. RILEY AM; PAYNE R; POTTER BVL
      UNAMBIGUOUS TOTAL SYNTHESIS OF THE ENANTIOMERS OF MYOINOSITOL 1,3,4-TRISPHOSPHATE - 1L-MYO-INOSITOL 1,3,4-TRISPHOSPHATE MOBILIZES INTRACELLULAR CA2+ IN LIMULUS PHOTORECEPTORS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    89. PERETZ A; SANDLER C; KIRSCHFELD K; HARDIE RC; MINKE B
      GENETIC DISSECTION OF LIGHT-INDUCED CA2+ INFLUX INTO DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of general physiology
    90. JUUSOLA M; KOUVALAINEN E; JARVILEHTO M; WECKSTROM M
      CONTRAST GAIN, SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO, AND LINEARITY IN LIGHT-ADAPTED BLOWFLY PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of general physiology
    91. GOMEZ MD; NASI E
      THE LIGHT-SENSITIVE CONDUCTANCE OF HYPERPOLARIZING INVERTEBRATE PHOTORECEPTORS - A PATCH-CLAMP STUDY

      The Journal of general physiology
    92. KIRKWOOD A; LISMAN JE
      DETERMINANTS OF SINGLE-PHOTON RESPONSE VARIABILITY

      The Journal of general physiology
    93. HARDIE RC; MINKE B
      CALCIUM-DEPENDENT INACTIVATION OF LIGHT-SENSITIVE CHANNELS IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS

      The Journal of general physiology
    94. COMBETTES L; HANNAERTMERAH Z; COQUIL JF; ROUSSEAU C; CLARET M; SWILLENS S; CHAMPEIL P
      RAPID FILTRATION STUDIES OF THE EFFECT OF CYTOSOLIC CA2-TRISPHOSPHATE-INDUCED CA-45(2+) RELEASE FROM CEREBELLAR MICROSOMES( ON INOSITOL 1,4,5)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    95. RACK M; XHONNEUXCREMERS B; SCHRAERMEYER U; STIEVE H
      ON THE CA2-DEPENDENCE OF INOSITOL-PHOSPHOLIPID-SPECIFIC PHOSPHOLIPASE-C OF MICROVILLAR PHOTORECEPTORS FROM SEPIA-OFFICINALIS()

      Experimental Eye Research
    96. GOTOW T; NISHI T; KIJIMA H
      SINGLE K-GMP IN MOLLUSCAN EXTRA-OCULAR PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS( CHANNELS CLOSED BY LIGHT AND OPENED BY CYCLIC)

      Brain research
    97. GOTOW T; NISHI T; KIJIMA H
      SINGLE K-GMP IN MOLLUSCAN EXTRA-OCULAR PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS( CHANNELS CLOSED BY LIGHT AND OPENED BY CYCLIC)

      Brain research
    98. SAKAKIBARA M; ALKON DL; KOUCHI T; INOUE H; YOSHIOKA T
      INDUCTION OF PHOTORESPONSE BY THE HYDROLYSIS OF POLYPHOSPHOINOSITIDESIN THE HERMISSENDA TYPE-B PHOTORECEPTOR

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    99. JACKLET JW; BARNES S
      PHOTORESPONSIVE PACEMAKER NEURONS FROM THE DISSOCIATED RETINA OF APLYSIA

      NeuroReport
    100. HANNA WJB; JOHNSON EC; CHAVES D; RENNINGER GH
      PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS DISSOCIATED FROM THE COMPOUND LATERAL EYE OF THE HORSESHOE-CRAB, LIMULUS-POLYPHEMUS .2. FUNCTION

      Visual neuroscience


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