Research Publications

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2016

Cortico-fugal Output From Visual Cortex Promotes Plasticity of Innate Motor Behaviour

Neural Activity Promotes Long-distance, Target-specific Regeneration of Adult Retinal Axons

2015

Characteristic Patterns of Dendritic Remodeling In Early-Stage Glaucoma: Evidence From Genetically Identified Retinal Ganglion Cell Types

Contactin-4 Mediates Axon-target Specificity and Functional Development of the Accessory Optic System

Functional Assembly of Accessory Optic System Circuitry Critical for Compensatory Eye Movements

Cell Type–specific Manipulation With GFP-dependent Cre Recombinase

2014

Dendritic and Axonal Targeting Patterns of a Genetically-specified Class of Retinal Ganglion Cells That Participate In Image-forming Circuits

Birthdate and Outgrowth Timing Predict Cellular Mechanisms of Axon Target Matching in the Developing Visual Pathway

A Dedicated Circuit Links Direction-Selective Retinal Ganglion Cells To The Primary Visual Cortex

2013

Genetic Dissection of Retinal Inputs to Brainstem Nuclei Controlling Image Stabilization

2011

The Down Syndrome Critical Region Regulates Retinogeniculate Refinement

Transgenic Mice Reveal Unexpected Diversity of On-off Direction-selective Retinal Ganglion Cell Subtypes and Brain Structures Involved in Motion Processing

2010

Emergence of Lamina-specific Retinal Ganglion Cell Connectivity by Axon Arbor Retraction and Synapse Elimination

2009

Genetic Identification of an On-off Direction- selective Retinal Ganglion Cell Subtype Reveals a Layer-Specific Subcortical Map of Posterior Motion

2008

Architecture and Activity-mediated Refinement of Axonal Projections from a Mosaic of Genetically Identified Retinal Ganglion Cells

2005

Ephrin-As Mediate Targeting of Eye-specific Projections to the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus

2003

Eye-specific Retinogeniculate Segregation Independent of Normal Neuronal Activity

2002

Decoupling Eye-specific Segregation from Lamination in the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus

 

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