Lawrence R. Stanford

Structure & Function, School of Veterinary Medicin University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
retinal ganglion cell electrophysiology
"Lawrence Stanford"
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Weber AJ, Kalil RE, Stanford LR. (1998) Dendritic field development of retinal ganglion cells in the cat following neonatal damage to visual cortex: evidence for cell class specific interactions. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 390: 470-80
McCall MA, Gregg RG, Merriman K, et al. (1996) Morphological and physiological consequences of the selective elimination of rod photoreceptors in transgenic mice. Experimental Eye Research. 63: 35-50
McCall MA, Merriman K, Stanford LR, et al. (1996) Construction & characterization of a retina-specific cDNA subtraction library Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 37: S637
Caserta F, Eldred WD, Fernandez E, et al. (1995) Determination of fractal dimension of physiologically characterized neurons in two and three dimensions. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 56: 133-44
Weber AJ, Stanford LR. (1994) Synaptology of physiologically identified ganglion cells in the cat retina: a comparison of retinal X- and Y-cells. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 343: 483-99
Weber AJ, McCall MA, Stanford LR. (1991) Synaptic inputs to physiologically identified retinal X-cells in the cat. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 314: 350-66
Weber AJ, Kail RE, Stanford LR. (1989) Morphology of single, physiologically identified retinogeniculate Y-cell axons in the cat following damage to visual cortex at birth. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 282: 446-55
Stanford LR. (1987) X-cells in the cat retina: relationships between the morphology and physiology of a class of cat retinal ganglion cells. Journal of Neurophysiology. 58: 940-64
Stanford LR. (1987) Conduction velocity variations minimize conduction time differences among retinal ganglion cell axons. Science (New York, N.Y.). 238: 358-60
Stanford LR. (1987) W-cells in the cat retina: correlated morphological and physiological evidence for two distinct classes. Journal of Neurophysiology. 57: 218-44
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