Peter H. Hartline

Eye Research Institute of Retina Foundation, Dallas, TX, United States 
infrared sense
"Peter Hartline"
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Hartline PH, Vimal RL, King AJ, et al. (1995) Effects of eye position on auditory localization and neural representation of space in superior colliculus of cats. Experimental Brain Research. 104: 402-8
Kurylo DD, Pandey Vimal RL, Hartline PH. (1992) Effects of multiple stimuli on ocular orientation by cats. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 4: 165-74
Berson DM, Hartline PH. (1988) A tecto-rotundo-telencephalic pathway in the rattlesnake: evidence for a forebrain representation of the infrared sense. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 8: 1074-88
Wiener SI, Hartline PH. (1987) Perioral somatosensory but not visual inputs to the flank of the mouse superior colliculus. Neuroscience. 21: 557-64
Stanford LR, Hartline PH. (1984) Spatial and temporal integration in primary trigeminal nucleus of rattlesnake infrared system. Journal of Neurophysiology. 51: 1077-90
Gruberg ER, Newman EA, Hartline PH. (1984) 2-Deoxyglucose labelling of the infrared sensory system in the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 229: 321-8
Kass L, Hartline PH, Adolph AR. (1983) Presynaptic uptake blockade hypothesis for LSD action at the lateral inhibitory synapse in Limulus. The Journal of General Physiology. 82: 245-67
Newman EA, Hartline PH. (1982) The infrared 'vision' of snakes Scientific American. 246: 116-127
Stanford LR, Schroeder DM, Hartline PH. (1981) The ascending projection of the nucleus of the lateral descending trigeminal tract: a nucleus in the infrared system of the rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 201: 161-73
Newman EA, Hartline PH. (1981) Integration of visual and infrared information in bimodal neurons in the rattlesnake optic tectum. Science (New York, N.Y.). 213: 789-91
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