Elizabeth A. Debski, Ph.D.

Biology University Kentucky 
Development, visual system
"Elizabeth Debski"
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Yan X, Zhao B, Butt CM, et al. (2006) Nicotine exposure refines visual map topography through an NMDA receptor-mediated pathway. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 24: 3026-42
Zhao B, Debski EA. (2005) Serotonergic reticular formation cells in Rana pipiens: categorization, development, and tectal projections. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 487: 441-56
Yu CJ, Debski EA. (2003) The effects of nicotinic and muscarinic receptor activation on patch-clamped cells in the optic tectum of Rana pipiens. Neuroscience. 118: 135-44
Yu CJ, Butt CM, Debski EA. (2003) Bidirectional modulation of visual plasticity by cholinergic receptor subtypes in the frog optic tectum. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 17: 1253-65
Butt CM, Zhao B, Duncan MJ, et al. (2002) Sculpting the visual map: the distribution and function of serotonin-1A and serotonin-1B receptors in the optic tectum of the frog. Brain Research. 931: 21-31
Debski EA, Cline HT. (2002) Activity-dependent mapping in the retinotectal projection. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 12: 93-9
Tu S, Debski EA. (2001) Neurotrophins, but not depolarization, regulate substance P expression in the developing optic tectum. Journal of Neurobiology. 48: 131-49
Tu S, Butt CM, Pauly JR, et al. (2000) Activity-dependent regulation of substance P expression and topographic map maintenance by a cholinergic pathway. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 20: 5346-57
Tu S, Debski EA. (1999) Development and regulation of substance P expression in neurons of the tadpole optic tectum. Visual Neuroscience. 16: 695-705
Malayev AA, Debski EA. (1998) Serotonin modulates induced synaptic activity in the optic tectum of the frog. Brain Research. 781: 167-81
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