Gustav A. Engbretson

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
visual neuroscience
"Gustav Engbretson"
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Choi RY, Engbretson GA, Solessio EC, et al. (2011) Cone degeneration following rod ablation in a reversible model of retinal degeneration. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 52: 364-73
Solessio E, Umino Y, Cameron DA, et al. (2009) Light responses in rods of vitamin A-deprived Xenopus. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 50: 4477-86
Umino Y, Everhart D, Solessio E, et al. (2006) Hypoglycemia leads to age-related loss of vision. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103: 19541-5
Solessio E, Scheraga D, Engbretson GA, et al. (2004) Circadian modulation of temporal properties of the rod pathway in larval Xenopus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 92: 2672-84
Engbretson GA, Linser PJ. (1991) Glial cells of the parietal eye: structural and biochemical similarities to retinal Müller cells. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 314: 799-806
Engbretson GA, Anderson KJ. (1990) Neuronal structure of the lacertilian parietal eye, I: A retrograde label and electron-microscopic study of the ganglion cells in the photoreceptor layer. Visual Neuroscience. 5: 395-404
Engbretson GA, Anderson KJ, Wu JY. (1988) GABA as a potential transmitter in lizard photoreceptors: immunocytochemical and biochemical evidence. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 278: 461-71
Witkovsky P, Levine JS, Engbretson GA, et al. (1981) A microspectrophotometric study of normal and artificial visual pigments in the photoreceptors of Xenopus laevis. Vision Research. 21: 867-73
Engbretson GA, Hassin G, Witkovsky P. (1979) The threshold versus pigment relation of Xenopus rods. Vision Research. 19: 367-73
Engbretson G, Hassin G, Witkovsky P. (1979) The threshold vs pigment relationship of Xenopus rods Vision Research. 19: 353
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