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Rudolf Nieuwenhuys

Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Noord-Holland, Netherlands 
comparative neuroanatomy
"Rudolf Nieuwenhuys"

R. Nieuwenhuijs at the Album Academicum of the University of Amsterdam

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Siegfried T. Bok grad student 1960 Amsterdam
 (Telencephalon der Actinopterygii)
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Nieuwenhuys R. (2012) The insular cortex: a review. Progress in Brain Research. 195: 123-63
Nieuwenhuys R. (2011) The structural, functional, and molecular organization of the brainstem. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 5: 33
Nieuwenhuys R. (2011) The development and general morphology of the telencephalon of actinopterygian fishes: synopsis, documentation and commentary. Brain Structure & Function. 215: 141-57
Nieuwenhuys R. (2009) Analysis of the structure of the brain stem of mammals by means of a modified D'Arcy Thompson procedure. Brain Structure & Function. 214: 79-85
Nieuwenhuys R. (2009) On old and new comparative neurological sinners: the evolutionary importance of the membranous parts of the actinopterygian forebrain and their sites of attachment. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 516: 87-93
Nieuwenhuys R. (2009) The forebrain of actinopterygians revisited. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 73: 229-52
Nieuwenhuys R. (1996) The greater limbic system, the emotional motor system and the brain. Progress in Brain Research. 107: 551-80
Vereecken TH, Vogels OJ, Nieuwenhuys R. (1994) Neuron loss and shrinkage in the amygdala in Alzheimer's disease. Neurobiology of Aging. 15: 45-54
Heijdra YF, Nieuwenhuys R. (1994) Topological analysis of the brainstem of the bowfin, Amia calva. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 339: 12-26
Roeling TA, Veening JG, Kruk MR, et al. (1994) Efferent connections of the hypothalamic "aggression area" in the rat. Neuroscience. 59: 1001-24
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