Margaret Ransone Murray

"Margaret Murray"

Died 13 July 1986

1984 Award for Meritorious Contributions to Neuropathology

Mean distance: 18.2 (cluster 32)
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Trapp BD, Webster HD, Johnson D, et al. (1982) Myelin formation in rotation-mediated aggregating cell cultures: immunocytochemical, electron microscopic, and biochemical observations. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 2: 986-93
Hervonen H, Spatz M, Bembry J, et al. (1981) Studies related to the blood-brain barrier to monoamines and protein in pia-arachnoid cultures. Brain Research. 210: 449-54
Spatz M, Bembry J, Dodson RF, et al. (1980) Endothelial cell cultures derived from isolated cerebral microvessels. Brain Research. 191: 577-82
Renkawek K, Spatz M, Murray MR, et al. (1978) Uptake of radiolabeled glucose analogues by organotypic cerebellar cultures. Journal of Neurobiology. 9: 111-9
Renkawek K, Murray MR, Spatz M, et al. (1976) Distinctive histochemical characteristics of brain capillaries in organotypic culture. Experimental Neurology. 50: 194-206
Côté LJ, Benitez HH, Murray MR. (1975) Biosynthesis of catecholamines in organotypic cultures of peripheral autonomic nervous system: modifications by biopterin and other agents. Journal of Neurobiology. 6: 233-43
Spatz M, Renkawek K, Murray MR, et al. (1975) Uptake of radiolabeled glucose analogues by organotypic pia arachnoid cultures. Brain Research. 100: 710-5
Benitez HH, Masurovsky EB, Murray MR. (1974) Interneurons of the sympathetic ganglia, in organotypic culture. A suggestion as to their function, based on three types of study. Journal of Neurocytology. 3: 363-84
Grode ML, Murray MR. (1973) Effects of methadone HC1 on dorsal root ganglia in organotypic culture. Experimental Neurology. 40: 68-81
Benitez HH, Murray MR, Côté LJ. (1973) Responses of sympathetic chain-ganglia isolated in organo-typic culture to agents affecting adrenergic neurons: fluorescence histochemistry. Experimental Neurology. 39: 424-8
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