Robert G. Nagele

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Piscataway Township, New Jersey, United States 
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Partyka PP, Jin Y, Bouyer J, et al. (2019) Harnessing neurovascular interaction to guide axon growth. Scientific Reports. 9: 2190
Nagele R, Freeman T, McMorrow L, et al. (1995) Precise spatial positioning of chromosomes during prometaphase: Evidence for chromosomal order Science. 270: 1831-1835
Yoshida S, Leskiw MJ, Schluter MD, et al. (1992) Effect of total parenteral nutrition, systemic sepsis, and glutamine on gut mucosa in rats American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism. 263
Nagele R, Bush K, Huff D, et al. (1992) Computer-Assisted Three-Dimensional Reconstruction and Dissection Methods in Neurosciences. 10: 492-502
Nagele RG, Bush KT, Lynch FJ, et al. (1991) A morphometric and computer-assisted three-dimensional reconstruction study of neural tube formation in chick embryos Anatomical Record. 231: 425-436
Bush KT, Lynch FJ, DeNittis AS, et al. (1990) Neural tube formation in the mouse: a morphometric and computerized three-dimensional reconstruction study of the relationship between apical constriction of neuroepithelial cells and the shape of the neuroepithelium Anatomy and Embryology. 181: 49-58
Nagele RG, Bush KT, Hunter ET, et al. (1989) Biomechanical basis of diazepam-induced neural tube defects in early chick embryos: A morphometric study Teratology. 40: 29-36
Nagele RG, Bush KT, Kosciuk MC, et al. (1989) Intrinsic and extrinsic factors collaborate to generate driving forces for neural tube formation in the chick: a study using morphometry and computerized three-dimensional reconstruction Developmental Brain Research. 50: 101-111
Lee H, Bush KT, Nagele RG. (1988) Time-lapse photographic study of neural tube closure defects caused by xylocaine in the chick Teratology. 37: 263-269
Nagele RG, Kosciuk MC, Hunter ET, et al. (1988) Immunoelectron microscopic localization of actin in neurites of cultured embryonic chick dorsal root ganglia: actin is a component of granular, microtubule-associated crossbridges Brain Research. 474: 279-286
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