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    1. Lagercrantz, H; Ringstedt, T
      Organization of the neuronal circuits in the central nervous system duringdevelopment

      ACTA PAEDIATRICA
    2. Ibanez, MA; Gu, GB; Simerly, RB
      Target-dependent sexual differentiation of a limbic-hypothalamic neural pathway

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Thanos, S; Mey, J
      Development of the visual system of the chick II. Mechanisms of axonal guidance

      BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
    4. Gutowski, NJ
      Duane's syndrome

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    5. Ricard, D; Stankoff, B; Bagnard, D; Aguera, M; Rogemond, V; Antoine, JC; Spassky, N; Zalc, B; Lubetzki, C; Belin, MF; Honnorat, J
      Differential expression of collapsin response mediator proteins (CRMP/ULIP) in subsets of oligodendrocytes in the postnatal rodent brain

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Pujol, N; Torregrossa, P; Ewbank, JJ; Brunet, JF
      The homeodomain protein CePHOX2/CEH-17 controls antero-posterior axonal growth in C-elegans

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Inagaki, H; Kato, Y; Hamajima, N; Nonaka, M; Sasaki, M; Eimoto, T
      Differential expression of dihydropyrimidinase-related protein genes in developing and adult enteric nervous system

      HISTOCHEMISTRY AND CELL BIOLOGY
    8. Ulfig, N; Feldhaus, C; Bohl, J
      Transient expression of synaptogyrin in the ganglionic eminence of the human fetal brain

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    9. Ubink, R; Hokfelt, T
      Neuropeptide Y expression in Schwann cell precursors

      GLIA
    10. Chronwall, BM; Sands, SA; Cummings, KC; Schwartz, JP
      Glial somatostatin-14 expression in the rat pituitary intermediate lobe: apossible neurotrophic function during development?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Takemoto, T; Sasaki, Y; Hamajima, N; Goshima, Y; Nonaka, M; Kimura, H
      Cloning and characterization of the Caenorhabditis elegans CeCRMP/DHP-1 and -2; common ancestors of CRMP and dihydropyrimidinase?

      GENE
    12. Tonge, DA; Leclere, PG
      Directed axonal growth towards axolotl limb blastemas in vitro

      NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Zhou, C; Tsai, SY; Tsai, MJ
      From apoptosis to angiogenesis: new insights into the roles of nuclear orphan receptors, chicken ovalbumin upstream promoter-transcription factors, during development

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-REVIEWS ON CANCER
    14. Bagnard, D; Thomasset, N; Lohrum, M; Puschel, AW; Bolz, J
      Spatial distributions of guidance molecules regulate chemorepulsion and chemoattraction of growth cones

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Polinsky, M; Balazovich, K; Tosney, KW
      Identification of an invariant response: Stable contact with Schwann cellsinduces veil extension in sensory growth cones

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    16. Prakash, N; Vanderhaeghen, P; Cohen-Cory, S; Frisen, J; Flanagan, JG; Frostig, RD
      Malformation of the functional organization of somatosensory cortex in adult ephrin-A5 knock-out mice revealed by in vivo functional imaging

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Ulfig, N; Feldhaus, C; Setzer, M; Bohl, J
      Expression of MAP1a and MAP1b in the ganglionic eminence and the interval capsule of the human fetal brain

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    18. Koirala, S; Qiang, HH; Ko, CP
      Reciprocal interactions between perisynaptic Schwann cells and regenerating nerve terminals at the frog neuromuscular junction

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    19. Nacher, J; Rosell, DR; McEwen, BS
      Widespread expression of rat collapsin response-mediated protein 4 in the telencephalon and other areas of the adult rat central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    20. Ubink, R; Hokfelt, T
      Expression of neuropeptide Y in olfactory ensheathing cells during prenatal development

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    21. Moorthy, S; Chen, LS; Bennett, V
      Caenorhabditis elegans beta-G spectrin is dispensable for establishment ofepithelial polarity, but essential for muscular and neuronal function

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    22. Gu, YJ; Ihara, Y
      Accelerated Publication - Evidence that collapsin response mediator protein-2 is involved in the dynamics of microtubules

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    23. Matsuo, T; Stauffer, JK; Walker, RL; Meltzer, P; Thiele, CJ
      Structure and promoter analysis of the human unc-33-like phosphoprotein gene - E-box required for maximal expression in neuroblastoma and myoblasts

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    24. Ailion, M; Thomas, JH
      Dauer formation induced by high temperatures in Caenorhabditis elegans

      GENETICS
    25. Horiuchi, M; El Far, O; Betz, H
      Ulip6, a novel unc-33 and dihydropyrimidinase related protein highly expressed in developing rat brain

      FEBS LETTERS
    26. Madison, RD; Zomorodi, A; Robinson, GA
      Netrin-1 and peripheral nerve regeneration in the adult rat

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    27. Auld, V
      Glia as mediators of growth cone guidance: studies from insect nervous systems

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    28. Gagliardini, V; Fankhauser, C
      Semaphorin III can induce death in sensory neurons

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Honnorat, J; Byk, T; Kusters, I; Aguera, M; Ricard, D; Rogemond, V; Quach, T; Aunis, D; Sobel, A; Mattei, MG; Kolattukudy, P; Belin, MF; Antoine, JC
      Ulip/CRMP proteins are recognized by autoantibodies in paraneoplastic neurological syndromes

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    30. von Bernhardi, R; Carpenter, EM
      Monoclonal antibody against a neuronal antigen impairs formation of the axon scaffold in grasshopper central nervous system

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    31. Yue, Y; Widmer, DAJ; Halladay, AK; Cerretti, DP; Wagner, GC; Dreyer, JL; Zhou, RP
      Specification of distinct dopaminergic neural pathways: Roles of the Eph family receptor EphB1 and ligand ephrin-B2

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    32. Yue, Y; Su, JY; Cerretti, DP; Fox, GM; Jing, SQ; Zhou, RP
      Selective inhibition of spinal cord neurite outgrowth and cell survival bythe Eph family ligand ephrin-A5

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Ichijo, H
      Differentiation of the chick retinotectal topographic map by remodeling inspecificity and refinement in accuracy

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Nakayama, T; Goshima, Y; Misu, Y; Kato, T
      Role of cdk5 and tau phosphorylation in heterotrimeric G protein-mediated retinal growth cone collapse

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    35. Goshima, Y; Hori, H; Sasaki, Y; Yang, T; Kagoshima-Maezono, M; Li, CX; Takenaka, T; Nakamura, F; Takahashi, T; Strittmatter, SM; Misu, Y; Kawakami, T
      Growth cone neuropilin-1 mediates collapsin-1/Sema III facilitation of antero- and retrograde axoplasmic transport

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    36. Schwob, JE; Youngentob, SL; Ring, G; Iwema, CL; Mezza, RC
      Reinnervation of the rat olfactory bulb after methyl bromide-induced lesion: Timing and extent of reinnervation

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    37. Xue, Y; Honig, MG
      Ultrastructural observations on the expression of axonin-1: Implications for the fasciculation of sensory axons during axonal outgrowth into the chick hindlimb

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    38. Kuwahara, H; Araki, N; Makino, K; Masuko, N; Honda, S; Kaibuchi, K; Fukunaga, K; Miyamoto, E; Ogawa, M; Saya, H
      A novel NE-dlg/SAP102-associated protein, p51-nedasin, related to the amidohydrolase superfamily, interferes with the association between NE-dlg/SAP102 and N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    39. Borrell, V; Ruiz, M; Del Rio, JA; Soriano, E
      Development of commissural connections in the hippocampus of reeler mice: Evidence of an inhibitory influence of Cajal-Retzius cells

      EXPERIMENTAL NEUROLOGY
    40. Lutz, BS; Wei, FC; Ma, SF; Chuang, DCC
      Effects of insulin-like growth factor-1 in motor nerve regeneration after nerve transection and repair vs. nerve crushing injury in the rat

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    41. KATO Y; HAMAJIMA N; INAGAKI H; OKAMURA N; KOJI T; SASAKI M; NONAKA M
      POSTMEIOTIC EXPRESSION OF THE MOUSE DIHYDROPYRIMIDINASE-RELATED PROTEIN-3 (DRP-3) GENE DURING SPERMIOGENESIS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    42. KINNUNEN A; KINNUNEN T; KAKSONEN M; NOLO R; PANULA P; RAUVALA H
      N-SYNDECAN AND HB-GAM (HEPARIN-BINDING GROWTH-ASSOCIATED MOLECULE) ASSOCIATE WITH EARLY AXONAL TRACTS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      European journal of neuroscience
    43. HONIG MG; FRASE PA; CAMILLI SJ
      THE SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG CUTANEOUS, MUSCLE SENSORY AND MOTONEURON AXONS DURING DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK HINDLIMB

      Development
    44. Bagnard, D; Lohrum, M; Uzeil, D; Puschel, AW; Bolz, J
      Semaphorins act as attractive and repulsive guidance signals during the development of cortical projections

      DEVELOPMENT
    45. Moreau-Fauvarque, C; Taillebourg, E; Boissoneau, E; Mesnard, J; Dura, JM
      The receptor tyrosine kinase gene linotte is required for neuronal pathwayselection in the Drosophila mushroom bodies

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    46. POLITI LE; INSUA F; BUZZI E
      SELECTIVE OUTGROWTH AND DIFFERENTIAL TROPISM OF AMACRINE AND PHOTORECEPTOR AXONS TO CELL TARGETS DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT IN-VITRO

      Journal of neuroscience research
    47. MANN F; ZHUKAREVA V; PIMENTA A; LEVITT P; BOLZ J
      MEMBRANE-ASSOCIATED MOLECULES GUIDE LIMBIC AND NONLIMBIC THALAMOCORTICAL PROJECTIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    48. SUPER H; MARTINEZ A; DELRIO JA; SORIANO E
      INVOLVEMENT OF DISTINCT PIONEER NEURONS IN THE FORMATION OF LAYER-SPECIFIC CONNECTIONS IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    49. CASTELLANI V; YUE Y; GAO PP; ZHOU RP; BOLZ J
      DUAL-ACTION OF A LIGAND FOR EPH RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES ON SPECIFICPOPULATIONS OF AXONS DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF CORTICAL CIRCUITS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    50. HUANG F
      SYNTAGMS IN DEVELOPMENT AND EVOLUTION

      The International journal of developmental biology
    51. KAMATA T; DAAR IO; SUBLESKI M; COPELAND T; KUNG HF; XU RH
      XENOPUS CRMP-2 IS AN EARLY RESPONSE GENE TO NEURAL INDUCTION

      Molecular brain research
    52. ZHOU RP
      THE EPH FAMILY RECEPTORS AND LIGANDS

      Pharmacology & therapeutics
    53. FLANAGAN JG; VANDERHAEGHEN P
      THE EPHRINS AND EPH RECEPTORS IN NEURAL DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of neuroscience
    54. GELOT A; ESPERANDIEU O; POMPIDOU A
      HISTOGENESIS OF THE CORPUS-CALLOSUM

      Neuro-chirurgie
    55. SCHULTZ J; MILPETZ F; BORK P; PONTING CP
      SMART, A SIMPLE MODULAR ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH TOOL - IDENTIFICATION OF SIGNALING DOMAINS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    56. OZAKI HS; WAHLSTEN D
      TIMING AND ORIGIN OF THE FIRST CORTICAL AXONS TO PROJECT THROUGH THE CORPUS-CALLOSUM AND THE SUBSEQUENT EMERGENCE OF CALLOSAL PROJECTION CELLS IN MOUSE

      Journal of comparative neurology
    57. HALFTER W
      DISRUPTION OF THE RETINAL BASAL LAMINA DURING EARLY EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT LEADS TO A RETRACTION OF VITREAL END FEET, AN INCREASED NUMBER OFGANGLION-CELLS, AND ABERRANT AXONAL OUTGROWTH

      Journal of comparative neurology
    58. HALFTER W; SCHURER B
      DISRUPTION OF THE PIAL BASAL LAMINA DURING EARLY AVIAN EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT INHIBITS HISTOGENESIS AND AXONAL PATHFINDING IN THE OPTIC TECTUM

      Journal of comparative neurology
    59. COLLET J; SPIKE CA; LUNDQUIST EA; SHAW JE; HERMAN RK
      ANALYSIS OF OSM-6, A GENE THAT AFFECTS SENSORY CILIUM STRUCTURE AND SENSORY NEURON FUNCTION IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Genetics
    60. JAUNIN F; BURNS K; TSCHOPP J; MARTIN TE; FAKAN S
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE DEATH-DOMAIN-CONTAINING MYD88 PROTEIN IN HELA-CELLS

      Experimental cell research
    61. BYK T; OZON S; SOBEL A
      THE ULIP FAMILY PHOSPHOPROTEINS - COMMON AND SPECIFIC PROPERTIES

      European journal of biochemistry
    62. CONNOR RJ; MENZEL P; PASQUALE EB
      EXPRESSION AND TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF EPH RECEPTORS SUGGEST MULTIPLE MECHANISMS IN PATTERNING OF THE VISUAL-SYSTEM

      Developmental biology
    63. TAKAGI S; BENARD C; PAK J; LIVINGSTONE D; HEKIMI S
      CELLULAR AND AXONAL MIGRATIONS ARE MISGUIDED ALONG BOTH BODY AXES IN THE MATERNAL-EFFECT MAU-2 MUTANTS OF CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS

      Development
    64. STEMERDINK C; JACOBS JR
      ARGOS AND SPITZ GROUP GENES FUNCTION TO REGULATE MIDLINE GLIAL-CELL NUMBER IN DROSOPHILA EMBRYOS

      Development
    65. HORI A
      ANATOMICAL VARIANTS OF BRAIN STRUCTURE - CONFUSED SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP OF THE FORNIX TO THE CORPUS-CALLOSUM AND ANTERIOR COMMISSURE

      ANNALS OF ANATOMY-ANATOMISCHER ANZEIGER
    66. TANIGUCHI M; YUASA S; FUJISAWA H; NARUSE I; SAGA S; MISHINA M; YAGI T
      DISRUPTION OF SEMAPHORIN-III D GENE CAUSES SEVERE ABNORMALITY IN PERIPHERAL-NERVE PROJECTION/

      Neuron
    67. OGURA K; SHIRAKAWA M; BARNES TM; HEKIMI S; OHSHIMA Y
      THE UNC-14 PROTEIN REQUIRED FOR AXONAL ELONGATION AND GUIDANCE IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS INTERACTS WITH THE SERINE THREONINE KINASE UNC-51/

      Genes & development
    68. HEMMING FJ; SAXOD R
      KERATAN SULFATE IS PRESENT IN DEVELOPING CHICK SKIN IN-VIVO WHERE IT COULD CONSTITUTE A BARRIER TO ADVANCING NEURITES AS OBSERVED IN-VITRO

      Journal of neuroscience research
    69. ALVAREZBOLADO G; SCHWARZ M; GRUSS P
      PAX-2 IN THE CHIASM

      Cell and tissue research
    70. ZHOU RP
      REGULATION OF TOPOGRAPHIC PROJECTION BY THE EPH FAMILY RECEPTOR BSK (EPHA5) AND ITS LIGANDS

      Cell and tissue research
    71. BOLZ J; CASTELLANI V
      HOW DO WIRING MOLECULES SPECIFY CORTICAL CONNECTIONS

      Cell and tissue research
    72. WIZENMANN A; BAHR M
      GROWTH-CHARACTERISTICS OF GANGLION-CELL AXONS IN THE DEVELOPING AND REGENERATING RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION OF THE RAT

      Cell and tissue research
    73. GRUMET M
      NR-CAM - A CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE WITH LIGAND AND RECEPTOR FUNCTIONS

      Cell and tissue research
    74. ZHANG JH; PIMENTA AF; LEVITT P; ZHOU RP
      DYNAMIC EXPRESSION SUGGESTS MULTIPLE ROLES OF THE EPH FAMILY RECEPTORBRAIN-SPECIFIC KINASE (BSK) DURING MOUSE NEUROGENESIS

      Molecular brain research
    75. WANG LH; STRITTMATTER SM
      BRAIN CRMP FORMS HETEROTETRAMERS SIMILAR TO LIVER DIHYDROPYRIMIDINASE

      Journal of neurochemistry
    76. GOSHIMA Y; KAWAKAMI T; HORI H; SUGIYAMA Y; TAKASAWA S; HASHIMOTO Y; KAGOSHIMAMAEZONO M; TAKENAKA T; MISU Y; STRITTMATTER SM
      A NOVEL ACTION OF COLLAPSIN - COLLAPSIN-1 INCREASES ANTERO- AND RETROGRADE AXOPLASMIC-TRANSPORT INDEPENDENTLY OF GROWTH CONE COLLAPSE

      Journal of neurobiology
    77. SCALIA F; EISNER S; GALOYAN SM; HARRIS E; SU W; LETTVIN JY
      A COMPARTMENT-BASED, ASYMMETRIC REPRESENTATION OF THE RETINA IN AN INDUCED PROJECTION TO THE OLFACTORY CORTEX

      Journal of comparative neurology
    78. KARAGOGEOS D; POURQUIE C; KYRIAKOPOULOU K; TAVIAN M; STALLCUP W; PEAULT B; POURQUIE O
      EXPRESSION OF THE CELL-ADHESION PROTEINS BEN SC1/DM-GRASP AND TAG-1 DEFINES EARLY STEPS OF AXONOGENESIS IN THE HUMAN SPINAL-CORD/

      Journal of comparative neurology
    79. RAJNICEK AM; BRITLAND S; MCCAIG CD
      CONTACT GUIDANCE OF CNS NEURITES ON GROOVED QUARTZ - INFLUENCE OF GROOVE DIMENSIONS, NEURONAL AGE AND CELL-TYPE

      Journal of Cell Science
    80. STOLLEWERK A; KLAMBT C; CANTERA R
      ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF DROSOPHILA MIDLINE GLIA DURING EMBRYOGENESIS AND LARVAL DEVELOPMENT USING BETA-GALACTOSIDASE EXPRESSION ASENDOGENOUS CELL MARKER

      Microscopy research and technique
    81. SAWAMOTO K; OKABE M; TANIMURA T; HAYASHI S; MIKOSHIBA K; OKANO H
      ARGOS IS REQUIRED FOR PROJECTION OF PHOTORECEPTOR AXONS DURING OPTIC LOBE DEVELOPMENT IN DROSOPHILA

      Developmental dynamics
    82. MULLER BK; BONHOEFFER F; DRESCHER U
      NOVEL GENE FAMILIES INVOLVED IN NEURAL PATHFINDING

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    83. VINCENT S; VONESCH JL; GIANGRANDE A
      GLIDE DIRECTS GLIAL FATE COMMITMENT AND CELL FATE SWITCH BETWEEN NEURONS AND GLIA

      Development
    84. MURUGASUOEI B; BALAKRISHNAN R; YANG XH; CHIA W; RODRIGUES V
      MUTATIONS IN MASQUERADE, A NOVEL SERINE-PROTEASE-LIKE MOLECULE, AFFECT AXONAL GUIDANCE AND TASTE BEHAVIOR IN DROSOPHILA

      Mechanisms of development
    85. BYK T; DOBRANSKY T; CIFUENTESDIAZ C; SOBEL A
      IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF UNC-33-LIKE PHOSPHOPROTEIN (ULIP), A PUTATIVE MAMMALIAN HOMOLOG OF THE AXONAL GUIDANCE-ASSOCIATED UNC-33 GENE-PRODUCT

      The Journal of neuroscience
    86. WANG LH; STRITTMATTER SM
      A FAMILY OF RAT CRMP GENES IS DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      The Journal of neuroscience
    87. FRIEDMAN GC; OLEARY DDM
      RETROVIRAL MISEXPRESSION OF ENGRAILED GENES IN THE CHICK OPTIC TECTUMPERTURBS THE TOPOGRAPHIC TARGETING OF RETINAL AXONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    88. HALFTER W
      THE BEHAVIOR OF OPTIC AXONS ON SUBSTRATE GRADIENTS OF RETINAL BASAL LAMINA PROTEINS AND MEROSIN

      The Journal of neuroscience
    89. FERNAUDESPINOSA I; NIETOSAMPEDRO M; BOVOLENTA P
      DEVELOPMENTAL DISTRIBUTION OF GLYCOSAMINOGLYCANS IN EMBRYONIC RAT-BRAIN - RELATIONSHIP TO AXONAL TRACT FORMATION

      Journal of neurobiology
    90. NORDLANDER RH; LIU SX
      AXONS OF XENOPUS NEURAL-TUBE RESPOND TO REVERSALS OF NEURAL-TUBE ORIENTATION

      Journal of neurobiology
    91. RAGER G; MORINO P; SCHNITZER J; SONDEREGGER P
      EXPRESSION OF THE AXONAL CELL-ADHESION MOLECULES AXONIN-1 AND NG-CAM DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK RETINOTECTAL SYSTEM

      Journal of comparative neurology
    92. THANOS S; MEY J; DUTTING D; HUMMLER E
      POSITIONAL DETERMINATION OF THE NASO-TEMPORAL RETINAL AXIS COINCIDES WITH ASYMMETRIC EXPRESSION OF PROTEINS ALONG THE ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR AXIS OF THE EYE PRIMORDIUM

      Experimental Eye Research
    93. STONE KE; SAKAGUCHI DS
      PERTURBATION OF THE DEVELOPING XENOPUS RETINOTECTAL PROJECTION FOLLOWING INJECTIONS OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST BETA(1) INTEGRIN RECEPTORS AND N-CADHERIN

      Developmental biology
    94. BRITTIS PA; LEMMON V; RUTISHAUSER U; SILVER J
      UNIQUE CHANGES OF GANGLION-CELL GROWTH CONE BEHAVIOR FOLLOWING CELL-ADHESION MOLECULE PERTURBATIONS - A TIME-LAPSE STUDY OF THE LIVING RETINA

      Molecular and cellular neurosciences
    95. ZHOU FC; CHIANG YH
      EXCITOCHEMICAL-INDUCED TROPHIC BRIDGING DIRECTS AXONAL GROWTH OF TRANSPLANTED NEURONS TO DISTAL TARGET

      Cell transplantation
    96. POLLERBERG GE; EICKHOLT BJ
      TARGET PREFERENCE OF EMBRYONIC RETINA CELLS AND RETINAL CELL-LINES ISCELL-AUTONOMOUS, POSITION-SPECIFIC, EARLY DETERMINED AND HERITABLE

      European journal of neuroscience
    97. LAMOTTE CC; KAPADIA SE; ARSENAULT K; WOLFE M
      DEAFFERENTATION-INDUCED EXPRESSION OF GAP-43, NCAM AND NILE IN THE ADULT-RAT DORSAL HORN FOLLOWING PRONASE INJECTION OF THE SCIATIC-NERVE

      Somatosensory & motor research
    98. SONG J; ZIPSER B
      TARGETING OF NEURONAL SUBSETS MEDIATED BY THEIR SEQUENTIALLY EXPRESSED CARBOHYDRATE MARKERS

      Neuron
    99. MAIER CE; MILLER RH
      DEVELOPMENT OF GLIAL CYTOARCHITECTURE IN THE FROG SPINAL-CORD

      Developmental neuroscience
    100. TERASHIMA T
      COURSE AND COLLATERALS OF CORTICOSPINAL FIBERS ARISING FROM THE SENSORIMOTOR CORTEX OF THE REELER MOUSE

      Developmental neuroscience


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