Earl Mayeri

University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
"Earl Mayeri"
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Rajpara SM, Garcia PD, Roberts R, et al. (1992) Identification and molecular cloning of a neuropeptide Y homolog that produces prolonged inhibition in Aplysia neurons. Neuron. 9: 505-13
Eliassen JC, Rajpara SM, Mayeri E. (1991) Isolation and partial characterization of neuropeptides that mimic prolonged inhibition produced by bag cell neurons in Aplysia. Journal of Neurobiology. 22: 698-706
Brown RO, Pulst SM, Mayeri E. (1989) Neuroendocrine bag cells of Aplysia are activated by bag cell peptide-containing neurons in the pleural ganglion. Journal of Neurophysiology. 61: 1142-52
Brown RO, Mayeri E. (1989) Positive feedback by autoexcitatory neuropeptides in neuroendocrine bag cells of Aplysia. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 9: 1443-51
Pulst SM, Gusman D, Mayeri E. (1988) Immunostaining for peptides of the egg-laying hormone/bag cell peptide precursor protein in the head ganglia of Aplysia. Neuroscience. 27: 363-71
Jansen RF, Mayeri E. (1988) The neuropeptide egg-laying hormone modulates multiple ionic currents in single target neurons of the abdominal ganglion of Aplysia. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 8: 3074-84
Pulst SM, Rothman BS, Mayeri E. (1987) Presence of immunoreactive alpha-bag cell peptide[1-8] in bag cell neurons of Aplysia suggests novel carboxypeptidase processing of neuropeptides. Neuropeptides. 10: 249-59
Brown RO, Mayeri E. (1987) Central actions of R15, a putative peptidergic neuron in Aplysia. Journal of Neurobiology. 18: 3-13
Rothman BS, Hawke DH, Brown RO, et al. (1986) Isolation and primary structure of the califins, three biologically active egg-laying hormone-like peptides from the atrial gland of Aplysia californica. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 261: 1616-23
Pulst SM, Gusman D, Rothman BS, et al. (1986) Coexistence of egg-laying hormone and alpha-bag cell peptide in bag cell neurons of Aplysia indicates that they are a peptidergic multitransmitter system. Neuroscience Letters. 70: 40-5
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