Marcus Howlett, PhD

"Marcus Howlett"
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Sally A. McFadden grad student 1999-2003 The University of Newcastle
 (PhD:The Visual Regulation of Eye Growth and Refractive error in the guinea pig)
Maarten Kamermans post-doc Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience
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Hölzel MB, Howlett MHC, Kamermans M. (2022) Receptive Field Sizes of Mouse Retinal Ganglion Cells. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 23
Yedutenko M, Howlett MHC, Kamermans M. (2022) Enhancing the dark side: asymmetric gain of cone photoreceptors underpins their discrimination of visual scenes based on skewness. The Journal of Physiology. 600: 123-142
Montijn JS, Seignette K, Howlett MH, et al. (2021) A parameter-free statistical test for neuronal responsiveness. Elife. 10
Yedutenko M, Howlett MHC, Kamermans M. (2020) High Contrast Allows the Retina to Compute More Than Just Contrast. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. 14: 595193
Kamar S, Howlett MHC, Klooster J, et al. (2020) Degenerated Cones in Cultured Human Retinas Can Successfully Be Optogenetically Reactivated. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21
Winkelman BHJ, Howlett MHC, Hölzel MB, et al. (2019) Nystagmus in patients with congenital stationary night blindness (CSNB) originates from synchronously firing retinal ganglion cells. Plos Biology. 17: e3000174
Kamar S, Howlett MHC, Kamermans M. (2019) Silent-substitution stimuli silence the light responses of cones but not their output. Journal of Vision. 19: 14
Howlett MH, Smith RG, Kamermans M. (2017) A novel mechanism of cone photoreceptor adaptation. Plos Biology. 15: e2001210
Vroman R, Klaassen LJ, Howlett MH, et al. (2014) Extracellular ATP hydrolysis inhibits synaptic transmission by increasing ph buffering in the synaptic cleft. Plos Biology. 12: e1001864
Howlett MH, McFadden SA. (2009) Spectacle lens compensation in the pigmented guinea pig. Vision Research. 49: 219-27
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