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    1. Felisberti, F; Derrington, AM
      Long-range interactions in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the New-Worldmonkey, Callithrix jacchus

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Rowe, MH; Fischer, Q
      Dynamic properties of retino-geniculate synapses in the cat

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Watanabe, M; Inukai, N; Fukuda, Y
      Survival of retinal ganglion cells after transection of the optic nerve inadult cats: A quantitative study within two weeks

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Van Rullen, R; Thorpe, SJ
      Rate coding versus temporal order coding: What the retinal ganglion cells tell the visual cortex

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    5. Hillenbrand, U; van Hemmen, JL
      Does corticothalamic feedback control cortical velocity tuning?

      NEURAL COMPUTATION
    6. Demb, JB; Zaghloul, K; Haarsma, L; Sterling, P
      Bipolar cells contribute to nonlinear spatial summation in the brisk-transient (Y) ganglion cell in mammalian retina

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Passaglia, CL; Enroth-Cugell, C; Troy, JB
      Effects of remote stimulation on the mean firing rate of cat retinal ganglion cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Price, NSC; Ibbotson, MR
      Pretectal neurons optimized for the detection of saccade-like movements ofthe visual image

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Weyand, TG; Boudreaux, M; Guido, W
      Burst and tonic response modes in thalamic neurons during sleep and wakefulness

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. Kremers, J; Silveira, LCL; Kilavik, BE
      Influence of contrast on the responses of marmoset lateral geniculate cells to drifting gratings

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Datskovskaia, A; Carden, WB; Bickford, ME
      Y retinal terminals contact interneurons in the cat dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    12. Geissmann, F; Lepelletier, Y; Fraitag, S; Valladeau, J; Bodemer, C; Debre, M; Leborgne, M; Saeland, S; Brousse, N
      Differentiation of Langerhans cells in Langerhans cell histiocytosis

      BLOOD
    13. Bordi, C; D'Adda, T; Azzoni, C; Ferraro, G
      Classification of gastric endocrine cells at the light and electron microscopical levels

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    14. Doebler, JA
      Electrophysiological analysis of NG108-15 cells: An in vitro model for evaluating antagonists of membrane-active compounds

      TOXICOLOGY METHODS
    15. Khayat, PS; Saint-Amour, D; Molotchnikoff, S; Lepore, F; Guillemot, JP
      Cellular response to texture and form defined by motion in area 19 of the cat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Ruksenas, O; Fjeld, IT; Heggelund, P
      Spatial summation and center-surround antagonism in the receptive field ofsingle units in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of cat: Comparison with retinal input

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Hillenbrand, U; van Hemmen, JL
      Spatiotemporal adaptation through corticothalamic loops: A hypothesis

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Brown, SP; He, SG; Masland, RH
      Receptive field microstructure and dendritic geometry of retinal ganglion cells

      NEURON
    19. Doebler, JA
      Comparative effects of carboxylic ionophores on membrane potential and resistance of NG108-15 cells

      TOXICOLOGY IN VITRO
    20. Doebler, JA
      Effects of neutral ionophores on membrane electrical characteristics of NG108-15 cells

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    21. Doebler, JA
      Prevention of monensin-induced hyperpolarization in NG108-15 cells

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    22. Doebler, JA
      Effects of protonophores on membrane electrical characteristics in NG108-15 cells

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    23. Shou, T; Wang, W; Yu, H
      Orientation biased extended surround of the receptive field of cat retinalganglion cells

      NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Murphy, PC; Duckett, SG; Sillito, AM
      Comparison of the laminar distribution of input from areas 17 and 18 of the visual cortex to the lateral geniculate nucleus of

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Freed, MA
      Parallel cone bipolar pathways to a ganglion cell use different rates and amplitudes of quantal excitation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Isayama, T; Berson, DM; Pu, M
      Theta ganglion cell type of cat retina

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    27. Boire, D; Theoret, H; Herbin, M; Casanova, C; Ptito, M
      Retinogeniculate projections following early cerebral hemispherectomy in the vervet monkey

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Hu, B; Li, XR; Zhou, YF; Shou, TD
      Effects of bicuculline on direction-sensitive relay cells in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (LGNd) of cats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Illig, KR; Danilov, YP; Ahmad, A; Kim, CBY; Spear, PD
      Functional plasticity in extrastriate visual cortex following neonatal visual cortex damage and monocular enucleation

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Bosman, C; Camassei, FD; Boldrini, R; Corsi, A
      Evidence for a hybrid macrophage phenotype in erythrophagocytic histiocytosis

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY ONCOLOGY
    31. Felisberti, F; Derrington, AM
      Long-range interactions modulate the contrast gain in the lateral geniculate nucleus of cats

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Humphrey, AL; Murthy, A
      Cell types and response timings in the medial interlaminar nucleus and C-layers of the cat lateral geniculate nucleus

      VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Doebler, JA
      Gramicidin toxicity in NG108-15 cells: protective effects of acetamidine and guanidine

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    34. Selyanko, AA; Hadley, JK; Wood, IC; Abogadie, FC; Delmas, P; Buckley, NJ; London, B; Brown, DA
      Two types of K+ channel subunit, Erg1 and KCNQ2/3, contribute to the M-like current in a mammalian neuronal cell

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    35. Friedman, HS; Priebe, CE
      Smoothing bandwidth selection for response latency estimation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS
    36. Bacchi, CE; Bacchi, MM
      Immunohematopathology markers in paraffin sections

      JOURNAL OF HISTOTECHNOLOGY
    37. Okamoto, H; Kawakami, S; Saito, H; Hida, E; Odajima, K; Tamanoi, D; Ohno, H
      MT neurons in the macaque exhibited two types of bimodal direction tuning as predicted by a model for visual motion detection

      VISION RESEARCH
    38. Juranic, ZD; Stanojkovic, TP; Stanojevic-Bakic, N; Milosevic, D; Radulovic, S; Juranic, IO
      Lyophilized whole human melanoma cells stimulate human PBMC proliferation and enhance suppressive action of PBMC toward survival of the same malignant cell line in vitro

      NEOPLASMA
    39. Ghosh, KK; Grunert, U
      Synaptic input to small bistratified (blue-ON) ganglion cells in the retina of a new world monkey, the marmoset Callithrix jacchus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    40. Berson, DM; Isayama, T; Pu, M
      The eta ganglion cell type of cat retina

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    41. Wimborne, BM; Mark, RF; Ibbotson, MR
      Distribution of retinogeniculate cells in the tammar wallaby in relation to decussation at the optic chiasm

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    42. Miyoshi, T; Watanabe, M; Sawai, H; Rasminsky, M; Sugioka, M; Ohde, H
      Receptive-field properties of adult cat's retinal ganglion cells with regenerated axons

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    43. Mize, RR
      Calbindin 28kD and parvalbumin immunoreactive neurons receive different patterns of synaptic input in the cat superior colliculus

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    44. BAKER GE; THOMPSON ID; KRUG K; SMYTH D; TOLHURST DJ
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY TUNING AND GENICULOCORTICAL PROJECTIONS IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX (AREA-17 AND AREA-18) OF THE PIGMENTED FERRET

      European journal of neuroscience
    45. ILLIG KR; KING VR; SPEAR PD
      MONOCULAR ENUCLEATION PREVENTS RETINAL GANGLION-CELL LOSS FOLLOWING NEONATAL VISUAL-CORTEX DAMAGE IN CATS

      Visual neuroscience
    46. DERRINGTON AM; FELISBERTI F
      PERIPHERAL SHIFT REDUCES VISUAL SENSITIVITY IN CAT GENICULATE NEURONS

      Visual neuroscience
    47. WOLFE J; PALMER LA
      TEMPORAL DIVERSITY IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF CAT

      Visual neuroscience
    48. FUNKE K; EYSEL UT
      INVERSE CORRELATION OF FIRING PATTERNS OF SINGLE TOPOGRAPHICALLY MATCHED PERIGENICULATE NEURONS AND CAT DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE RELAY CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    49. LEE BB; KREMERS J; YEH T
      RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF PRIMATE RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS STUDIED WITH A NOVEL TECHNIQUE

      Visual neuroscience
    50. NEZELOF C; BASSET F
      LANGERHANS CELL HISTIOCYTOSIS RESEARCH - PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

      Hematology/oncology clinics of North America
    51. ERWIN E; MILLER KD
      CORRELATION-BASED DEVELOPMENT OF OCULARLY MATCHED ORIENTATION AND OCULAR DOMINANCE MAPS - DETERMINATION OF REQUIRED INPUT ACTIVITIES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    52. FUKUDA Y; WATANABE M; SAWAI H; MIYOSHI T
      FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY OF VISION IN REGENERATED OPTIC-NERVE FIBERS

      Vision research
    53. MORIKAWA H; FUKUDA K; MIMA H; SHODA T; KATO S; MORI K
      TYROSINE KINASE INHIBITORS SUPPRESS N-TYPE AND T-TYPE CA2-15 CELLS( CHANNEL CURRENTS IN NG108)

      Pflugers Archiv
    54. SHERMAN SM; GUILLERY RW
      ON THE ACTIONS THAT ONE NERVE-CELL CAN HAVE ON ANOTHER - DISTINGUISHING DRIVERS FROM MODULATORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. WORGOTTER F; NELLE E; LI B; FUNKE K
      THE INFLUENCE OF CORTICOFUGAL FEEDBACK ON THE TEMPORAL STRUCTURE OF VISUAL RESPONSES OF CAT THALAMIC RELAY CELLS

      Journal of physiology
    56. LEE D; MALPELI JG
      EFFECTS OF SACCADES ON THE ACTIVITY OF NEURONS IN THE CAT LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    57. Humphrey, AL; Saul, AB; Feidler, JC
      Strobe rearing prevents the convergence of inputs with different response timings onto area 17 simple cells

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    58. ANGELUCCI A; CLASCA F; SUR M
      BRAIN-STEM INPUTS TO THE FERRET MEDIAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS AND THE EFFECT OF EARLY DEAFFERENTATION ON NOVEL RETINAL PROJECTIONS TO THE AUDITORY THALAMUS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    59. BERSON DM; PU M; FAMIGLIETTI EV
      THE ZETA-CELL - A NEW GANGLION-CELL TYPE IN CAT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    60. WEBER AJ; KALIL RE; STANFORD LR
      DENDRITIC FIELD DEVELOPMENT OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS IN THE CAT FOLLOWING NEONATAL DAMAGE TO VISUAL-CORTEX - EVIDENCE FOR CELL CLASS-SPECIFIC INTERACTIONS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    61. ERISIR A; VANHORN SC; SHERMAN SM
      DISTRIBUTION OF SYNAPSES IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF THE CAT- DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LAMINAE-A AND LAMINAE-A1 AND BETWEEN RELAY CELLS AND INTERNEURONS

      Journal of comparative neurology
    62. NAKAJIMA J; STUART M; KANI K; MAEDA T
      MONOAMINE-OXIDASE-A-POSITIVE RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS PROJECTING TO THESUPERIOR COLLICULUS AND DORSOLATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF THE RAT-BRAIN

      Experimental Eye Research
    63. REID RC; VICTOR JD; SHAPLEY RM
      THE USE OF M-SEQUENCES IN THE ANALYSIS OF VISUAL NEURONS - LINEAR RECEPTIVE-FIELD PROPERTIES

      Visual neuroscience
    64. EMERSON RC
      QUADRATURE SUBUNITS IN DIRECTIONALLY SELECTIVE SIMPLE CELLS - SPATIOTEMPORAL INTERACTIONS

      Visual neuroscience
    65. BENARDETE EA; KAPLAN E
      THE RECEPTIVE-FIELD OF THE PRIMATE-P RETINAL GANGLION-CELL .1. LINEARDYNAMICS

      Visual neuroscience
    66. YU RC; KOLETTAS E; KAMALATI T; CHU A; BULUWELA L
      STABLE EXPRESSION OF CD1A MOLECULE IN HUMAN EPITHELIAL-CELL LINES SHOWS TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION AND AFFECTS CELL MORPHOLOGY AND GROWTH

      Archives of dermatological research
    67. WIMBAUER S; WENISCH OG; MILLER KD; VANHEMMEN JL
      DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIOTEMPORAL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF SIMPLE CELLS .1. MODEL FORMULATION

      Biological cybernetics
    68. HAMADA T; YAMASHIMA M; KATO K
      A RING MODEL FOR SPATIOTEMPORAL PROPERTIES OF SIMPLE CELLS IN THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Biological cybernetics
    69. FUNKE K; WORGOTTER F
      ON THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TEMPORALLY STRUCTURED ACTIVITY IN THE DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS (LGN)

      Progress in neurobiology
    70. PIRCHIO M; TURNER JP; WILLIAMS SR; ASPRODINI E; CRUNELLI V
      POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT OF MEMBRANE-PROPERTIES AND DELTA-OSCILLATIONS IN THALAMOCORTICAL NEURONS OF THE CAT DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    71. JELINEK HF; SPENCE I
      CATEGORIZATION OF PHYSIOLOGICALLY AND MORPHOLOGICALLY CHARACTERIZED NON-ALPHA NON-BETA CAT RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS USING FRACTAL GEOMETRY/

      Fractals
    72. MORIMOTO Y; MORIMOTO Y; KEMMOTSU O; ALOJADO ES
      EXTRACELLULAR ACIDOSIS DELAYS CELL-DEATH AGAINST GLUCOSE-OXYGEN DEPRIVATION IN NEUROBLASTOMA X GLIOMA HYBRID-CELLS

      Critical care medicine
    73. CAI DQ; DEANGELIS GC; FREEMAN RD
      SPATIOTEMPORAL RECEPTIVE-FIELD ORGANIZATION IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF CATS AND KITTENS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    74. PATEL NC; BICKFORD ME
      SYNAPTIC TARGETS OF CHOLINERGIC TERMINALS IN THE PULVINAR NUCLEUS OF THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    75. WATANABE M; FUKUDA Y
      PROPORTIONS OF ON-CENTER VERSUS OFF-CENTER CELLS IN RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS WITH REGENERATED AXONS OF ADULT CATS

      Experimental neurology
    76. MACNEIL MA; EINSTEIN G; PAYNE BR
      TRANSGENICULATE SIGNAL TRANSMISSION TO MIDDLE SUPRASYLVIAN CORTEX IN INTACT CATS AND FOLLOWING EARLY REMOVAL OF AREA-17 AND AREA-18 - A MORPHOLOGICAL-STUDY

      Experimental Brain Research
    77. OHTSUKA K; SATO A
      RETINAL PROJECTIONS TO THE ACCOMMODATION-RELATED AREA IN THE ROSTRAL SUPERIOR COLLICULUS OF THE CAT

      Experimental Brain Research
    78. THEORET H; HERBIN M; BOIRE D; PTITO M
      TRANSNEURONAL RETROGRADE DEGENERATION OF RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS FOLLOWING CEREBRAL HEMISPHERECTOMY IN CATS

      Brain research
    79. DRENHAUS U; VONGUNTEN A; RAGER G
      CLASSES OF AXONS AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION IN THE OPTIC-NERVE OF THE TREE SHREW (TUPAIA-BELANGERI)

      The Anatomical record
    80. KRAMER TR; NOECKER RJ; MILLER JM; CLARK LC
      LANGERHANS CELL HISTIOCYTOSIS WITH ORBITAL INVOLVEMENT

      American journal of ophthalmology
    81. LEVICK WR
      RECEPTIVE-FIELDS OF CAT RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCETO THE ALPHA-CELL

      Progress in retinal and eye research
    82. WORGOTTER F; OPARA R; FUNKE K; EYSEL U
      UTILIZING LATENCY FOR OBJECT RECOGNITION IN REAL AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS

      NeuroReport
    83. CARPENTER E; GENT JP; PEERS C
      OPIOID RECEPTOR-INDEPENDENT INHIBITION OF CA2-15 CELLS BY THE KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR AGONIST-U50488H( AND K+ CURRENTS IN NG108)

      NeuroReport
    84. WANG C; DREHER B; BURKE W
      EFFECTS OF ELIMINATING RETINAL Y-CELL INPUT ON CENTER-SURROUND INTERACTIONS IN THE DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS OF THE CAT

      Visual neuroscience
    85. PAYNE BR; LOMBER SG
      AGE-DEPENDENT MODIFICATION OF CYTOCHROME-OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN THE CAT DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS FOLLOWING REMOVAL OF PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX

      Visual neuroscience
    86. FITZGIBBON T; WINGATE RJ; THOMPSON ID
      SOMA AND AXON DIAMETER DISTRIBUTIONS AND CENTRAL PROJECTIONS OF FERRET RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Visual neuroscience
    87. CHEN BQ; HU XJ; POURCHO RG
      MORPHOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN TERMINALS OF W-TYPE RETINAL GANGLION-CELLSAT PROJECTION SITES IN CAT BRAIN

      Visual neuroscience
    88. DONNER K; HEMILA S
      MODELING THE SPATIOTEMPORAL MODULATION RESPONSE OF GANGLION-CELLS WITH DIFFERENCE-OF-GAUSSIANS RECEPTIVE-FIELDS - RELATION TO PHOTORECEPTORRESPONSE KINETICS

      Visual neuroscience
    89. BOHANON T; ELENDER G; KNOLL W; KOBERLE P; LEE JS; OFFENHAUSSER A; RINGSDORF H; SACKMANN E; SIMON J; TOVAR G; WINNIK FM
      NEURAL CELL PATTERN-FORMATION ON GLASS AND OXIDIZED SILICON SURFACES MODIFIED WITH POLY(N-ISOPROPYLACRYLAMIDE)

      Journal of biomaterials science. Polymer ed.
    90. UTSUMI H; TANO K; MIZUMA N; KOBAYASHI T; ICHIHASHI M
      CELLULAR EFFECT OF THERMAL-NEUTRON CAPTURE TREATMENT USING B-10(1)-PARA-BORONOPHENYLALANINE - LETHAL EFFECT ON MELANOMA-CELLS WITH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF X-RAY-SENSITIVITY

      Journal of radiation research
    91. FEIGENBAUM JJ; SIMANTOV R
      LACK OF EFFECT OF GAMMA-HYDROXYBUTYRATE ON MU,DELTA AND KAPPA-OPIOID RECEPTOR-BINDING

      Neuroscience letters
    92. DAN Y; ATICK JJ; REID RC
      EFFICIENT CODING OF NATURAL SCENES IN THE LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS - EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF A COMPUTATIONAL THEORY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. ANGELOVA K; ERGUL A; NARAYAN P; PUETT D
      ENDOTHELIN BINDING TO NG108-15 CELLS - EVIDENCE FOR CONVENTIONAL ET(A) AND ET(B) RECEPTOR SUBTYPES AND SUPERHIGH AFFINITY BINDING-COMPONENTS

      Cellular and molecular biology
    94. MUSIAL P; PANECKI S; GERSTEIN GL; WROBEL A
      NONLINEARITIES WITHIN THE CAT LGN CELL RECEPTIVE-FIELDS IN SIMULATED NETWORK WITH RECURRENT INHIBITION

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    95. COX JF; ROWE MH
      LINEAR AND NONLINEAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO STEP RESPONSES IN CAT RETINAL GANGLION-CELLS

      Vision research
    96. KAWAKAMI S; OKAMOTO H
      A CELL MODEL FOR THE DETECTION OF LOCAL IMAGE MOTION ON THE MAGNOCELLULAR PATHWAY OF THE VISUAL-CORTEX

      Vision research
    97. CUDEIRO J; SILLITO AM
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY TUNING OF ORIENTATION-DISCONTINUITY-SENSITIVE CORTICOFUGAL FEEDBACK TO THE CAT LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS

      Journal of physiology
    98. STEIN JJ; JOHNSON SA; BERSON DM
      DISTRIBUTION AND COVERAGE OF BETA-CELLS IN THE CAT RETINA

      Journal of comparative neurology
    99. HIGASHIDA H; EGOROVA A; HOSHI N; NODA M
      STREPTOZOTOCIN, AN INDUCER OF NAD(-POTASSIUM CURRENT INHIBITION BY ATP, BRADYKININ, ANGIOTENSIN-II, ENDOTHELIN-1 AND ACETYLCHOLINE IN NG108-15 CELLS() DECREASE, ATTENUATES M)

      FEBS letters
    100. FISCHER WH; SCHMIDT M; STUPHORN V; HOFFMANN KP
      RESPONSE PROPERTIES OF RELAY CELLS IN THE A-LAMINAE OF THE CATS DORSAL LATERAL GENICULATE-NUCLEUS AFTER SACCADES

      Experimental Brain Research


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