Margaret A. MacNeil

York College, CUNY, Earley, NY, United States 
"Margaret MacNeil"
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Arsov I, Adebayo A, Kucerova-Levisohn M, et al. (2011) A role for autophagic protein beclin 1 early in lymphocyte development. Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 186: 2201-9
Macneil MA, Purrier S, Rushmore RJ. (2009) The composition of the inner nuclear layer of the cat retina. Visual Neuroscience. 26: 365-74
MacNeil MA, Gaul PA. (2008) Biocytin wide-field bipolar cells in rabbit retina selectively contact blue cones. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 506: 6-15
MacNeil MA, Heussy JK, Dacheux RF, et al. (2004) The population of bipolar cells in the rabbit retina. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 472: 73-86
Rockhill RL, Daly FJ, MacNeil MA, et al. (2002) The diversity of ganglion cells in a mammalian retina. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 22: 3831-43
Keyser KT, MacNeil MA, Dmitrieva N, et al. (2000) Amacrine, ganglion, and displaced amacrine cells in the rabbit retina express nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Visual Neuroscience. 17: 743-52
MacNeil MA, Heussy JK, Dacheux RF, et al. (1999) The shapes and numbers of amacrine cells: matching of photofilled with Golgi-stained cells in the rabbit retina and comparison with other mammalian species. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 413: 305-26
MacNeil MA, Masland RH. (1998) Extreme diversity among amacrine cells: implications for function. Neuron. 20: 971-82
MacNeil MA, Lomber SG, Payne BR. (1997) Thalamic and cortical projections to middle suprasylvian cortex of cats: constancy and variation. Experimental Brain Research. 114: 24-32
MacNeil MA, Einstein G, Payne BR. (1997) Transgeniculate signal transmission to middle suprasylvian cortex in intact cats and following early removal of areas 17 and 18: a morphological study. Experimental Brain Research. 114: 11-23
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