R Ranney Mize

LSU Medical Center, New Orleans, LA, United States 
development of superior colliculus
"R Mize"
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Mize RR, Graham SK, Cork RJ. (2002) Expression of the L-type calcium channel in the developing mouse visual system by use of immunocytochemistry. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 136: 185-95
Mize RR, Butler GD. (2000) The NMDAR1 subunit of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor is localized at postsynaptic sites opposite both retinal and cortical terminals in the cat superior colliculus. Visual Neuroscience. 17: 41-53
Mize RR. (1999) Calbindin 28kD and parvalbumin immunoreactive neurons receive different patterns of synaptic input in the cat superior colliculus. Brain Research. 843: 25-35
Cork RJ, Perrone ML, Bridges D, et al. (1998) A web-accessible digital atlas of the distribution of nitric oxide synthase in the mouse brain. Progress in Brain Research. 118: 37-50
Lo FS, Cork RJ, Mize RR. (1998) Physiological properties of neurons in the optic layer of the rat's superior colliculus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 80: 331-43
Guido W, Scheiner CA, Mize RR, et al. (1997) Developmental changes in the pattern of NADPH-diaphorase staining in the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus. Visual Neuroscience. 14: 1167-73
Jeon CJ, Gurski MR, Mize RR. (1997) Glutamate containing neurons in the cat superior colliculus revealed by immunocytochemistry. Visual Neuroscience. 14: 387-93
Jeon CJ, Hartman MK, Mize RR. (1997) Glutamate-like immunoreactivity in the cat superior colliculus and visual cortex: further evidence that glutamate is the neurotransmitter of the corticocollicular pathway. Visual Neuroscience. 14: 27-37
Mize RR. (1996) Neurochemical microcircuitry underlying visual and oculomotor function in the cat superior colliculus. Progress in Brain Research. 112: 35-55
Mize RR, Butler GD. (1996) Postembedding immunocytochemistry demonstrates directly that both retinal and cortical terminals in the cat superior colliculus are glutamate immunoreactive. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 371: 633-48
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