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Thomas S Vihtelic, Jonathan E Soverly, Sean C Kassen, David R Hyde. Exp Eye Res 2006
Times Cited: 82







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842 articles co-cited >1



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Late-stage neuronal progenitors in the retina are radial Müller glia that function as retinal stem cells.
Rebecca L Bernardos, Linda K Barthel, Jason R Meyers, Pamela A Raymond. J Neurosci 2007
399
60

Molecular characterization of retinal stem cells and their niches in adult zebrafish.
Pamela A Raymond, Linda K Barthel, Rebecca L Bernardos, John J Perkowski. BMC Dev Biol 2006
334
58

Regeneration of inner retinal neurons after intravitreal injection of ouabain in zebrafish.
Shane M Fimbel, Jacob E Montgomery, Christopher T Burket, David R Hyde. J Neurosci 2007
197
57

Time course analysis of gene expression during light-induced photoreceptor cell death and regeneration in albino zebrafish.
Sean C Kassen, Vijay Ramanan, Jacob E Montgomery, Christopher T Burket, Chang-Gong Liu, Thomas S Vihtelic, David R Hyde. Dev Neurobiol 2007
137
53

Responses of Müller glia to retinal injury in adult zebrafish.
Patrick Yurco, David A Cameron. Vision Res 2005
129
41

Inhibition of Müller glial cell division blocks regeneration of the light-damaged zebrafish retina.
Ryan Thummel, Sean C Kassen, Jacob E Montgomery, Jennifer M Enright, David R Hyde. Dev Neurobiol 2008
111
41

Cones regenerate from retinal stem cells sequestered in the inner nuclear layer of adult goldfish retina.
D M Wu, T Schneiderman, J Burgett, P Gokhale, L Barthel, P A Raymond. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2001
113
34


Characterization of Müller glia and neuronal progenitors during adult zebrafish retinal regeneration.
Ryan Thummel, Sean C Kassen, Jennifer M Enright, Craig M Nelson, Jacob E Montgomery, David R Hyde. Exp Eye Res 2008
107
30

The proneural basic helix-loop-helix gene ascl1a is required for retina regeneration.
Blake V Fausett, Jessica D Gumerson, Daniel Goldman. J Neurosci 2008
139
29

Persistent and injury-induced neurogenesis in the vertebrate retina.
Peter Hitchcock, Malgorzata Ochocinska, Alexandra Sieh, Deborah Otteson. Prog Retin Eye Res 2004
136
28


Ganglion cell regeneration following whole-retina destruction in zebrafish.
Tshering Sherpa, Shane M Fimbel, Dianne E Mallory, Hans Maaswinkel, Scott D Spritzer, Jordan A Sand, L Li, David R Hyde, Deborah L Stenkamp. Dev Neurobiol 2008
93
26


Characterization of multiple light damage paradigms reveals regional differences in photoreceptor loss.
Jennifer L Thomas, Craig M Nelson, Xixia Luo, David R Hyde, Ryan Thummel. Exp Eye Res 2012
39
51


Cone survival despite rod degeneration in XOPS-mCFP transgenic zebrafish.
Ann C Morris, Eric H Schroeter, Joseph Bilotta, Rachel O L Wong, James M Fadool. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2005
66
28


Potential for neural regeneration after neurotoxic injury in the adult mammalian retina.
Sotaro Ooto, Tadamichi Akagi, Ryoichiro Kageyama, Joe Akita, Michiko Mandai, Yoshihito Honda, Masayo Takahashi. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004
324
21

Müller cells in the healthy and diseased retina.
Andreas Bringmann, Thomas Pannicke, Jens Grosche, Mike Francke, Peter Wiedemann, Serguei N Skatchkov, Neville N Osborne, Andreas Reichenbach. Prog Retin Eye Res 2006
21


Local regeneration in the retina of the goldfish.
P F Hitchcock, K J Lindsey Myhr, S S Easter, R Mangione-Smith, D D Jones. J Neurobiol 1992
113
20


Gene expression profiles of intact and regenerating zebrafish retina.
David A Cameron, Karen L Gentile, Frank A Middleton, Patrick Yurco. Mol Vis 2005
65
24

Genetic evidence for shared mechanisms of epimorphic regeneration in zebrafish.
Zhao Qin, Linda K Barthel, Pamela A Raymond. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
98
19

Tumor necrosis factor-alpha is produced by dying retinal neurons and is required for Muller glia proliferation during zebrafish retinal regeneration.
Craig M Nelson, Kristin M Ackerman, Patrick O'Hayer, Travis J Bailey, Ryne A Gorsuch, David R Hyde. J Neurosci 2013
113
19



Selective regeneration of photoreceptors in goldfish retina.
J E Braisted, T F Essman, P A Raymond. Development 1994
93
18

Pax6a and Pax6b are required at different points in neuronal progenitor cell proliferation during zebrafish photoreceptor regeneration.
Ryan Thummel, Jennifer M Enright, Sean C Kassen, Jacob E Montgomery, Travis J Bailey, David R Hyde. Exp Eye Res 2010
82
18


Neurogenesis in the fish retina.
Deborah L Stenkamp. Int Rev Cytol 2007
85
17


GFAP transgenic zebrafish.
Rebecca L Bernardos, Pamela A Raymond. Gene Expr Patterns 2006
231
15

Wnt signaling promotes regeneration in the retina of adult mammals.
Fumitaka Osakada, Sotaro Ooto, Tadamichi Akagi, Michiko Mandai, Akinori Akaike, Masayo Takahashi. J Neurosci 2007
230
15



The teleost retina as a model for developmental and regeneration biology.
Peter F Hitchcock, Pamela A Raymond. Zebrafish 2004
75
16

Neural stem cell properties of Müller glia in the mammalian retina: regulation by Notch and Wnt signaling.
Ani V Das, Kavita B Mallya, Xing Zhao, Faraz Ahmad, Sumitra Bhattacharya, Wallace B Thoreson, Ganapati V Hegde, Iqbal Ahmad. Dev Biol 2006
214
14



Preferential regeneration of photoreceptor from Müller glia after retinal degeneration in adult rat.
Jin Wan, Hua Zheng, Zu-Lin Chen, Hong-Lei Xiao, Zhen-Jue Shen, Guo-Min Zhou. Vision Res 2008
102
13

Epidermal growth factor receptor expression regulates proliferation in the postnatal rat retina.
Jennie L Close, Janice Liu, Burak Gumuscu, Thomas A Reh. Glia 2006
75
14

The zebrafish galectin Drgal1-l2 is expressed by proliferating Müller glia and photoreceptor progenitors and regulates the regeneration of rod photoreceptors.
Sonya E L Craig, Ryan Thummel, Hafiz Ahmed, Gerardo R Vasta, David R Hyde, Peter F Hitchcock. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2010
45
24






Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.