S J Colello

Learn More
The distribution of retinofugal fibres has been studied by electron microscopy throughout the extent of the developing mouse optic nerve and chiasm at embryonic day (E) 16, in order to determine the course of fibre growth. Growth cones and mature axons, which are randomly distributed in bundles in the extracranial optic nerve, segregate in the(More)
The organization of retinofugal fibres in the developing and adult mouse has been studied with transmission electron microscopy, autoradiography and the Bodian silver method. It has previously been shown that all retinal ganglion cell axons are in glial-wrapped bundles in the developing and adult optic nerve, but are not in similar bundles close to the(More)
  • 1