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Lim1 Is Essential for the Correct Laminar Positioning of Retinal Horizontal Cells
Although much is known about the transcriptional regulation that coordinates retinal cell fate determination, very little is known about the developmental processes that establish the characteristicExpand
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‘Hidden lamination’ in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus: the functional organization of this thalamic region in the rat
  • B. Reese
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brain Research Reviews
  • 1 April 1988
The cyto-and myeloarchitecture of the rat's dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dLGN) display none of the laminar features characteristic of this thalamic region in carnivores and primates. DespiteExpand
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Mosaics of Islet-1-Expressing Amacrine Cells Assembled by Short-Range Cellular Interactions
The nervous system has a modular architecture with neurons of the same type commonly organized in nonrandom arrays or mosaics. Modularity is essential to parallel processing of sensory informationExpand
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Separate Progenitors for Radial and Tangential Cell Dispersion during Development of the Cerebral Neocortex
Cell lineage analyses suggest that cortical neuroblasts are capable of undertaking both radial and tangential modes of cell movement. However, it is unclear whether distinct progenitors are committedExpand
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Genetically engineered mice with an additional class of cone photoreceptors: Implications for the evolution of color vision
Among eutherian mammals, only primates possess trichromatic color vision. In Old World primates, trichromacy was made possible by a visual pigment gene duplication. In most New World primates,Expand
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X-ray detectors at the Linac Coherent Light Source
This paper offers an overview of area detectors developed for use at the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) with particular emphasis on their impact on science. The experimental needs leading to theExpand
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The topography of rod and cone photoreceptors in the retina of the ground squirrel.
The distributions of rod and cone photoreceptors have been determined in the retina of the California ground squirrel, Spermophilus beecheyi. Retinas were fixed by perfusion and the rods and conesExpand
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Development of the retina and optic pathway
  • B. Reese
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Vision Research
  • 13 April 2011
Our understanding of the development of the retina and visual pathways has seen enormous advances during the past 25years. New imaging technologies, coupled with advances in molecular biology, haveExpand
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Radial and tangential dispersion patterns in the mouse retina are cell-class specific.
The retina is derived from a pseudostratified germinal zone in which the relative position of a progenitor cell is believed to determine the position of the progeny aligned in the radial axis. Such aExpand
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Retinal horizontal cells: challenging paradigms of neural development and cancer biology
A group of retinal interneurons known as horizontal cells has recently been shown to exhibit a variety of unique biological properties, as compared with other nerve cells, that challenge manyExpand
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