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Prenatal development of gabaergic, glycinergic, and dopaminergic neurons in the rabbit retina
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By the authors' criteria, putative GABAergic and glycinergic amacrine cells are mature between postnatal day 10 (P10) and P12, around the time when the eyes first open and direction-selective ganglion cells can first be recorded. Expand
Postnatal development of dopaminergic neurons in the rabbit retina
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It is shown that certain neurons in the newborn retina already possess a specific mechanism for dopamine uptake, and the results indicate that, in the rabbit retina, the commitment for certain neurons to be dopaminergic is made prenatally. Expand
Postnatal development of GABA‐ergic neurons in the rabbit retina
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It is shown that certain neurons in the newborn retina already possess a specific mechanism for GABA uptake, and the commitment by certain neurons to use GABA as the transmitter is made prenatally. Expand
Postnatal development of glycinergic neurons in the rabbit retina
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The uptake and K+‐stimulated release of glycine are used as physiological probes to follow the emergence and maturation of putative glycinergic neurons during postnatal development of the rabbit retina and suggest that the glycine‐accumulating neurons may be a subpopulation of amacrine cells and may use glycine as a neurotransmitter. Expand
Postnatal Development of a Mammalian Retina: Neurotransmitters as Physiological and Anatomical Probes
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This article summarises the studies to-date on the postnatal development of putative GABA-ergic, glycinergic and dopaminergic neurons in the rabbit retina. Expand
Mvda is required for zebrafish early development
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This was the first in vivo knockdown study of the zebrafish mvda gene, which might offer insight into the biological function of the human MVD gene. Expand