Richard Van Sluyters

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University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Bradley A, Malach R, Van Sluyters R, et al. (1997) The role of chronic deprivation in determining the edge of the neurally limited visual field Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S71
Hernit CS, Murphy KM, van Sluyters RC. (1996) Development of the visual callosal cell distribution in the rat: mature features are present at birth. Visual Neuroscience. 13: 923-43
Bourdet C, Olavarria JF, Van Sluyters RC. (1996) Distribution of visual callosal neurons in normal and strabismic cats. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 366: 259-69
Jones DG, Murphy KM, Van Sluyters RC. (1996) Spacing of ocular dominance columns is not changed by monocular deprivation or strabismus Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 37: S425
Chang K, Van Sluyters RC, Olavarria JF. (1995) Effect of monocular blockade of retinal activity on the development of visual callosal connections in the rat. Biological Research. 28: 219-26
Olavarria JF, Van Sluyters RC. (1995) Overall pattern of callosal connections in visual cortex of normal and enucleated cats. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 363: 161-76
Murphy KM, Jones DG, Van Sluyters RC. (1995) Cytochrome-oxidase blobs in cat primary visual cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 15: 4196-208
Olavarria JF, Van Sluyters RC. (1995) Comparison of the patterns of callosal connections in lateral parietal cortex of the rat, mouse and hamster. Anatomy and Embryology. 191: 239-42
Jones DG, Van Sluyters RC, Murphy KM. (1991) A computational model for the overall pattern of ocular dominance. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 11: 3794-808
Malach R, Van Sluyters RC. (1989) Strabismus does not prevent recovery from monocular deprivation: a challenge for simple Hebbian models of synaptic modification. Visual Neuroscience. 3: 267-73
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