David Sandeman

1961 University of New South Wales, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia 
"David Sandeman"
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G. Adrian Horridge grad student 1961 University of St. Andrews
 (Eyestalk movements of the crab, Carcinus)
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Kim YF, Sandeman DC, Benton JL, et al. (2014) Birth, survival and differentiation of neurons in an adult crustacean brain. Developmental Neurobiology. 74: 602-15
Benton JL, Chaves da Silva PG, Sandeman DC, et al. (2013) First-generation neuronal precursors in the crayfish brain are not self-renewing. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the International Society For Developmental Neuroscience. 31: 657-66
Chaves da Silva PG, Benton JL, Sandeman DC, et al. (2013) Adult neurogenesis in the crayfish brain: the hematopoietic anterior proliferation center has direct access to the brain and stem cell niche. Stem Cells and Development. 22: 1027-41
Otopalik AG, Shin J, Beltz BS, et al. (2012) Differential uptake of MRI contrast agents indicates charge-selective blood-brain interface in the crayfish. Cell and Tissue Research. 349: 493-503
Beltz BS, Zhang Y, Benton JL, et al. (2011) Adult neurogenesis in the decapod crustacean brain: a hematopoietic connection? The European Journal of Neuroscience. 34: 870-83
Benton JL, Zhang Y, Kirkhart CR, et al. (2011) Primary neuronal precursors in adult crayfish brain: replenishment from a non-neuronal source. Bmc Neuroscience. 12: 53
Sandeman DC, Bazin F, Beltz BS. (2011) Adult neurogenesis: examples from the decapod crustaceans and comparisons with mammals. Arthropod Structure & Development. 40: 258-75
Krieger J, Sandeman RE, Sandeman DC, et al. (2010) Brain architecture of the largest living land arthropod, the Giant Robber Crab Birgus latro (Crustacea, Anomura, Coenobitidae): evidence for a prominent central olfactory pathway? Frontiers in Zoology. 7: 25
Sullivan JM, Genco MC, Marlow ED, et al. (2009) Brain photoreceptor pathways contributing to circadian rhythmicity in crayfish. Chronobiology International. 26: 1136-68
Sandeman DC, Benton JL, Beltz BS. (2009) An identified serotonergic neuron regulates adult neurogenesis in the crustacean brain. Developmental Neurobiology. 69: 530-45
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