Susan B. Udin

State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
visual system, development, NMDA receptors, acetylcholine
"Susan Udin"
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Warren J. Scherer grad student 1987-1991 SUNY Buffalo
Yujin Guo grad student 2000 SUNY Buffalo
Claudia Prada grad student 2005 SUNY Buffalo
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Udin SB. (2012) Binocular maps in Xenopus tectum: Visual experience and the development of isthmotectal topography. Developmental Neurobiology. 72: 564-74
Udin SB. (2008) Isthmotectal axons maintain normal arbor size but fail to support normal branch numbers in dark-reared Xenopus laevis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 507: 1559-70
Udin SB. (2007) The instructive role of binocular vision in the Xenopus tectum. Biological Cybernetics. 97: 493-503
Rybicka KK, Udin SB. (2005) Connections of contralaterally projecting isthmotectal axons and GABA-immunoreactive neurons in Xenopus tectum: an ultrastructural study. Visual Neuroscience. 22: 305-15
Prada C, Udin SB. (2005) Melatonin decreases calcium levels in retinotectal axons of Xenopus laevis by indirect activation of group III metabotropic glutamate receptors. Brain Research. 1053: 67-76
Udin SB. (2005) Chronic melatonin and binocular plasticity in Xenopus frogs. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 142: 274-9
Prada C, Udin SB, Wiechmann AF, et al. (2005) Stimulation of melatonin receptors decreases calcium levels in xenopus tectal cells by activating GABA(C) receptors. Journal of Neurophysiology. 94: 968-78
Wiechmann AF, Udin SB, Summers Rada JA. (2004) Localization of Mel1b melatonin receptor-like immunoreactivity in ocular tissues of Xenopus laevis. Experimental Eye Research. 79: 585-94
Guo Y, Sánchez C, Udin SB. (2001) MAP2 phosphorylation and visual plasticity in Xenopus. Brain Research. 905: 134-41
Guo Y, Udin SB. (2000) The development of abnormal axon trajectories after rotation of one eye in Xenopus. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 20: 4189-97
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