Walter L. Salinger

Affiliations: 
University of North Caroline-Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States 
Area:
visual system, adult plasticity
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Garraghty PE, Besheer J, Salinger WL. (1997) Cell size in the lateral geniculate nucleus of cats reared with esotropia and sagittal transection of the optic chiasm. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 100: 127-9
MacAvoy MG, Salinger WL, Garraghty PE. (1990) Rearing cats with eyelid suture has both early and late effects on cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 52: 1-9
Guido W, Salinger WL. (1989) 6-Hydroxydopamine treatment blocks the effects of chronic monocular paralysis in the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus. Brain Research. 501: 397-400
Schroeder CE, Salinger WL, Guido W. (1988) The influence of anesthesia upon binocular processes controlling the recordability of X- and Y-cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat. Brain Research. 454: 227-37
Guido W, Salinger WL, Schroeder CE. (1988) Binocular interactions in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of monocularly paralyzed cats: extraretinal and retinal influences. Experimental Brain Research. 70: 417-28
Schroeder CE, Salinger WL, Garraghty PE. (1986) The relationship between axonal and perisynaptic conduction times in the retinogeniculate pathway of cats. Brain Research. 381: 143-7
Garraghty PE, Salinger WL, Macavoy MG. (1985) The development of cell size in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of monocularly paralyzed cats. Brain Research. 353: 99-106
Garraghty PE, Salinger WL, Hickey TL. (1984) Monocular deprivation with concurrent sagittal transection of the optic chiasm. Brain Research. 316: 292-4
Garraghty PE, Salinger WL, MacAvoy MG, et al. (1982) The shift in X/Y ratio after chronic monocular paralysis: a binocularly mediated, barbiturate-sensitive effect in the adult lateral geniculate nucleus. Experimental Brain Research. 47: 301-8
Salinger WL, Garraghty PE, Schwartz MA. (1980) Response of the mature lateral geniculate nucleus to monocular paralysis: contributions of nonretinal and retinal components. Brain Research. 192: 255-60
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