Christine Collins

Affiliations: 
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Area:
Visual System
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Turner EC, Young NA, Reed JL, et al. (2016) Distributions of Cells and Neurons across the Cortical Sheet in Old World Macaques. Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Collins CE, Turner EC, Sawyer EK, et al. (2016) Cortical cell and neuron density estimates in one chimpanzee hemisphere. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Cerkevich CM, Collins CE, Kaas JH. (2014) Cortical inputs to the middle temporal visual area in New World owl monkeys. Eye and Brain. 2015: 1-15
Young NA, Szabó CÁ, Phelix CF, et al. (2013) Epileptic baboons have lower numbers of neurons in specific areas of cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 19107-12
Wong P, Peebles JK, Asplund CL, et al. (2013) Faster scaling of auditory neurons in cortical areas relative to subcortical structures in primate brains. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 81: 209-18
Young NA, Collins CE, Kaas JH. (2013) Cell and neuron densities in the primary motor cortex of primates. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 7: 30
Young NA, Flaherty DK, Airey DC, et al. (2012) Use of flow cytometry for high-throughput cell population estimates in brain tissue. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 6: 27
Collins CE. (2011) Variability in neuron densities across the cortical sheet in primates. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 78: 37-50
Campi KL, Collins CE, Todd WD, et al. (2011) Comparison of area 17 cellular composition in laboratory and wild-caught rats including diurnal and nocturnal species. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 77: 116-30
Gabi M, Collins CE, Wong P, et al. (2010) Cellular scaling rules for the brains of an extended number of primate species. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 76: 32-44
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