John A. Freeman

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Neurophysiology, visual system
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Manis PB, Freeman JA. (1988) Fluorescence recordings of electrical activity in goldfish optic tectum in vitro. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 8: 383-94
Langdon RB, Manis PB, Freeman JA. (1988) Goldfish retinotectal transmission in vitro: component current sink-source pairs isolated by varying calcium and magnesium levels. Brain Research. 441: 299-308
Deaton MA, Bock SE, Zwick H, et al. (1988) Common properties shared by growth-associated proteins of the regenerating optic nerve of goldfish (C. auratus). Neuroscience Letters. 85: 267-71
Snipes GJ, Costello B, McGuire CB, et al. (1987) Regulation of specific neuronal and nonneuronal proteins during development and following injury in the rat central nervous system. Progress in Brain Research. 71: 155-75
Freeman JA, Manis PB, Samson PC, et al. (1986) Microprocessor controlled two- and three-dimensional vibrating probes with video graphics: biological and electro-chemical applications. Progress in Clinical and Biological Research. 210: 21-35
Freeman JA, Manis PB, Snipes GJ, et al. (1985) Steady growth cone currents revealed by a novel circularly vibrating probe: a possible mechanism underlying neurite growth. Journal of Neuroscience Research. 13: 257-83
Oswald RE, Schmidt JT, Norden JJ, et al. (1980) Localization of alpha-bungarotoxin binding sites to the goldfish retinotectal projection. Brain Research. 187: 113-27
Freeman JA, Schmidt JT, Oswald RE. (1980) Effect of alpha-bungarotoxin on retinotectal synaptic transmission in the goldfish and the toad. Neuroscience. 5: 929-42
Schmidt JT, Freeman JA. (1980) Electrophysiologic evidence that retinotectal synaptic transmission in the goldfish is nicotinic cholinergic. Brain Research. 187: 129-42
Schmidt JT, Freeman JA. (1979) Comparative effects of α-bungarotoxin on retinotectal transmission in different vertebrate phyla Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 18: 280
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