Chirstopher H. Price

LifeScience Consultancy, Franklin Township, NJ, United States 
"Chirstopher Price"
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Rittenhouse AR, Price CH. (1986) Anatomical and electrophysiological study of multitransmitter neuron R14 of Aplysia. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 247: 447-56
Rittenhouse AR, Price CH. (1986) Electrophysiological and anatomical identification of the peripheral axons and target tissues of Aplysia neurons R3-14 and their status as multifunctional, multimessenger neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 6: 2071-84
Rittenhouse AR, Price CH. (1985) Peripheral axons of the parabolic burster neuron R15. Brain Research. 333: 330-5
Sawada M, McAdoo DJ, Ichinose M, et al. (1984) Influences of glycine and neuron R14 on contraction of the anterior aorta of Aplysia. The Japanese Journal of Physiology. 34: 747-67
Price CH, Fowle W, Rittenhouse AR. (1984) Anatomy and innervation of the anterior aorta of Aplysia and the ultrastructure of specialized neuromuscular junctions on vascular smooth muscle. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 222: 366-82
Carlson KE, Price CH, Aizenman E. (1984) Selective retrograde axonal transport of free glycine in identified neurons of Aplysia. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology. 4: 231-47
Haskins JT, Price CH, Blankenship JE. (1981) A light and electron microscopic investigation of the neurosecretory bag cells of Aplysia. Journal of Neurocytology. 10: 729-47
Sawada M, McAdoo DJ, Blankenship JE, et al. (1981) Modulation of arterial muscle contraction in Aplysia by glycine and neuron R14. Brain Research. 207: 486-90
Price CH, McAdoo DJ. (1981) Localization of axonally transported [3H]glycine in vesicles of identified neurons. Brain Research. 219: 307-15
Price CH, McAdoo DJ, Farr W, et al. (1979) Bidirectional axonal transport of free glycine in identified neurons R3--R14 of Aplysia. Journal of Neurobiology. 10: 551-71
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