Glen S. Marrs

Biology Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, United States 
Cellular Neuroimaging
"Glen Marrs"
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Van Nest BN, Wagner AE, Marrs GS, et al. (2017) Volume and Density of Microglomeruli in the Honey Bee Mushroom Bodies Do Not Predict Performance on a Foraging Task. Developmental Neurobiology
Holcomb PS, Hoffpauir BK, Hoyson MC, et al. (2013) Synaptic inputs compete during rapid formation of the calyx of Held: a new model system for neural development. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 12954-69
Marrs GS, Morgan WJ, Howell DM, et al. (2013) Embryonic origins of the mouse superior olivary complex. Developmental Neurobiology. 73: 384-98
Yang S, Adhikari S, Dobbala M, et al. (2013) Multi-color ultrafast laser platform for nonlinear optical imaging based on independently tunable optical parametric oscillators Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics. 111: 617-625
Marrs GS, Spirou GA. (2012) Embryonic assembly of auditory circuits: spiral ganglion and brainstem. The Journal of Physiology. 590: 2391-408
Benediktsson AM, Marrs GS, Tu JC, et al. (2012) Neuronal activity regulates glutamate transporter dynamics in developing astrocytes. Glia. 60: 175-88
Dailey ME, Marrs GS, Kurpius D. (2011) Maintaining live cells and tissue slices in the imaging setup. Cold Spring Harbor Protocols. 2011: pdb.top105
Hoffpauir BK, Marrs GS, Mathers PH, et al. (2009) Does the brain connect before the periphery can direct? A comparison of three sensory systems in mice. Brain Research. 1277: 115-29
Marrs GS, Theisen CS, Brusés JL. (2009) N-cadherin modulates voltage activated calcium influx via RhoA, p120-catenin, and myosin-actin interaction. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 40: 390-400
Marrs GS, Honda T, Fuller L, et al. (2006) Dendritic arbors of developing retinal ganglion cells are stabilized by beta 1-integrins. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 32: 230-41
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