William Hare

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University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Fortune B, McKendrick AM, Hare WA, et al. (2008) A great ocean of truth lay undiscovered. Optometry and Vision Science : Official Publication of the American Academy of Optometry. 85: 368-9
Hare WA, WoldeMussie E, Lai RK, et al. (2004) Efficacy and safety of memantine treatment for reduction of changes associated with experimental glaucoma in monkey, I: Functional measures. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 45: 2625-39
Hare WA, Owen WG. (1998) Effects of bicarbonate versus HEPES buffering on measured properties of neurons in the salamander retina. Visual Neuroscience. 15: 263-71
Hare WA, Owen WG. (1996) Receptive field of the retinal bipolar cell: a pharmacological study in the tiger salamander. Journal of Neurophysiology. 76: 2005-19
Hare WA, Owen WG. (1995) Similar effects of carbachol and dopamine on neurons in the distal retina of the tiger salamander. Visual Neuroscience. 12: 443-55
Hare WA, Owen WG. (1992) Effects of 2-amino-4-phosphonobutyric acid on cells in the distal layers of the tiger salamander's retina. The Journal of Physiology. 445: 741-57
Hare WA, Owen WG. (1990) Spatial organization of the bipolar cell's receptive field in the retina of the tiger salamander. The Journal of Physiology. 421: 223-45
Owen WG, Hare WA. (1989) Signal transfer from photoreceptors to bipolar cells in the retina of the tiger salamander. Neuroscience Research. Supplement : the Official Journal of the Japan Neuroscience Society. 10: S77-87
Capovilla M, Hare WA, Owen WG. (1987) Voltage gain of signal transfer from retinal rods to bipolar cells in the tiger salamander. The Journal of Physiology. 391: 125-40
Hare WA, Lowe JS, Owen G. (1986) Morphology of physiologically identified bipolar cells in the retina of the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 252: 130-8
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