William H. Miller

Affiliations: 
Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
photoreceptors, visual optics
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Kondo H, Miller WH. (1988) Rod light adaptation may be mediated by acceleration of the phosphodiesterase-guanylate cyclase cycle Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 85: 1322-1326
Hirsch J, Miller WH. (1987) Does cone positional disorder limit resolution? Journal of the Optical Society of America. a, Optics and Image Science. 4: 1481-1492
Miller WH. (1985) Cyclic GMP controls rod phototransduction Neuroscience Research Supplements. 2: S127-S132
Shimoda Y, Hurley JB, Miller WH. (1984) Rod light response augmented by active phosphodiesterase Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 81: 616-619
Miller WH, Bernard GD. (1983) Averaging over the foveal receptor aperture curtails aliasing Vision Research. 23: 1365-1369
Miller WH, Laughlin SB. (1983) Light-mediated cyclic GMP hydrolysis controls important aspects of kinetics of retinal rod voltage response. Biophysics of Structure and Mechanism. 9: 269-76
Miller WH. (1983) Does cyclic GMP hydrolysis control visual transduction in rods? Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. 4: 509-511
Miller WH. (1982) Physiological evidence that light-mediated decrease in cyclic GMP is an intermediary process in retinal rod transduction Journal of General Physiology. 80: 103-123
Miller WH. (1981) Chapter 25 Ca2+ and cGMP Current Topics in Membranes and Transport. 15: 441-445
Miller WH, Nicol GD. (1981) Chapter 24 Cyelie-GMP-lndueed Depolarization and Increased Response Latency of Rods: Antagonism by Light Current Topics in Membranes and Transport. 15: 417-437
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