R. Michael Gaze

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
visual system, development
"R. Michael Gaze"

Mike Gaze was a major figure in the studies of the development of topographic maps in the optic tectum. He discovered "sliding connections" in early development, and he also first demonstrated the visual dependence of binocular maps in Xenopus frogs.

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Gaze RM, Wilson MA, Taylor JS. (1993) Optic synapses are found in diencephalic neuropils before development of the tectum in Xenopus. Anatomy and Embryology. 187: 27-35
Gaze RM, Grant P. (1992) Spatio-temporal patterns of retinal ganglion cell death during Xenopus development. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 315: 264-74
Gaze RM, Grant P. (1992) Development of the tectum and diencephalon in relation to the time of arrival of the earliest optic fibres in Xenopus. Anatomy and Embryology. 185: 599-612
Wilson MA, Gaze RM, Goodbrand IA, et al. (1992) Regeneration in the Xenopus tadpole optic nerve is preceded by a massive macrophage/microglial response. Anatomy and Embryology. 186: 75-89
Goodbrand IA, Gaze RM. (1991) Microglia in tadpoles of Xenopus laevis: normal distribution and the response to optic nerve injury. Anatomy and Embryology. 184: 71-82
Taylor JS, Gaze RM. (1990) The course of regenerating retinal axons in the frog chiasma: the influence of axons from the other eye. Anatomy and Embryology. 181: 405-12
Taylor JS, Gaze RM. (1990) The induction of an anomalous ipsilateral retinotectal projection in Xenopus laevis. Anatomy and Embryology. 181: 393-404
Gaze RM, Wilson MA, Taylor JS. (1990) Regeneration of optic fibres through the chiasma in Xenopus laevis tadpoles. Anatomy and Embryology. 182: 181-94
Wilson MA, Taylor JS, Gaze RM. (1988) A developmental and ultrastructural study of the optic chiasma in Xenopus. Development (Cambridge, England). 102: 537-53
Willshaw DJ, Gaze RM. (1986) The discontinuous visual projections on the Xenopus optic tectum following regeneration after unilateral nerve section. Journal of Embryology and Experimental Morphology. 94: 121-37
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