Adel Maklad

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University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, United States 
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Maklad A, Reed C, Johnson NS, et al. (2014) Anatomy of the lamprey ear: morphological evidence for occurrence of horizontal semicircular ducts in the labyrinth of Petromyzon marinus. Journal of Anatomy. 224: 432-46
Zhu H, Tang X, Wei W, et al. (2014) Input-output functions of vestibular afferent responses to air-conducted clicks in rats. Journal of the Association For Research in Otolaryngology : Jaro. 15: 73-86
Mahmoud A, Reed C, Maklad A. (2013) Central projections of lagenar primary neurons in the chick. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 521: 3524-40
Maklad A, Conway M, Hodges C, et al. (2010) Development of innervation to maxillary whiskers in mice. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007). 293: 1553-67
Maklad A, Kamel S, Wong E, et al. (2010) Development and organization of polarity-specific segregation of primary vestibular afferent fibers in mice. Cell and Tissue Research. 340: 303-21
Maklad A, Nicolai JR, Bichsel KJ, et al. (2009) The EGFR is required for proper innervation to the skin. The Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 129: 690-8
Morris JK, Maklad A, Hansen LA, et al. (2006) A disorganized innervation of the inner ear persists in the absence of ErbB2. Brain Research. 1091: 186-99
Beisel KW, Wang-Lundberg Y, Maklad A, et al. (2005) Development and evolution of the vestibular sensory apparatus of the mammalian ear. Journal of Vestibular Research : Equilibrium & Orientation. 15: 225-41
Maklad A, Fritzsch B, Hansen LA. (2004) Innervation of the maxillary vibrissae in mice as revealed by anterograde and retrograde tract tracing. Cell and Tissue Research. 315: 167-80
Maklad A, Fritzsch B. (2003) Development of vestibular afferent projections into the hindbrain and their central targets. Brain Research Bulletin. 60: 497-510
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