Karen L. Myhr

Affiliations: 
Biological Sciences Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Area:
Retinal Ganglion Cells
Website:
http://bio.wayne.edu/profhtml/myhr/myhr.html
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Qu J, Myhr KL. (2011) The morphology and intrinsic excitability of developing mouse retinal ganglion cells. Plos One. 6: e21777
Simon B, Sandhu M, Myhr KL. (2010) Live FISH: imaging mRNA in living neurons. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 88: 55-63
Qu J, Mulo I, Myhr KL. (2009) The development of Kv4.2 expression in the retina. Neuroscience Letters. 464: 209-13
Qu J, Myhr KL. (2008) The development of intrinsic excitability in mouse retinal ganglion cells. Developmental Neurobiology. 68: 1196-212
Lohmann C, Myhr KL, Wong RO. (2002) Transmitter-evoked local calcium release stabilizes developing dendrites. Nature. 418: 177-81
Myhr KL, Lukasiewicz PD, Wong RO. (2001) Mechanisms underlying developmental changes in the firing patterns of ON and OFF retinal ganglion cells during refinement of their central projections. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 21: 8664-71
Wong WT, Myhr KL, Miller ED, et al. (2000) Developmental changes in the neurotransmitter regulation of correlated spontaneous retinal activity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 20: 351-60
Myhr KL, McReynolds JS. (1996) Cholinergic modulation of dopamine release and horizontal cell coupling in mudpuppy retina. Vision Research. 36: 3933-8
Myhr KL, McReynolds JS. (1996) Cholinergic modulation of horizontal cell coupling in mudpuppy retina Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 37: S675
Myhr KL, Dong CJ, McReynolds JS. (1994) Cones contribute to light-evoked, dopamine-mediated uncoupling of horizontal cells in the mudpuppy retina. Journal of Neurophysiology. 72: 56-62
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