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Ildikó Telkes, Péter Kóbor, József Orbán, Tamás Kovács-Öller, Béla Völgyi, Péter Buzás. Brain Struct Funct 2019
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Bipolar cell gap junctions serve major signaling pathways in the human retina.
Orsolya Kántor, Alexandra Varga, Roland Nitschke, Angela Naumann, Anna Énzsöly, Ákos Lukáts, Arnold Szabó, János Németh, Béla Völgyi. Brain Struct Funct 2017
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Connexin36 Expression in the Mammalian Retina: A Multiple-Species Comparison.
Tamás Kovács-Öller, Gábor Debertin, Márton Balogh, Alma Ganczer, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai, Lajos Balogh, Orsolya Kántor, Béla Völgyi. Front Cell Neurosci 2017
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75

Photoreceptor coupling mediated by connexin36 in the primate retina.
Jennifer J O'Brien, Xiaoming Chen, Peter R Macleish, John O'Brien, Stephen C Massey. J Neurosci 2012
59
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The diverse functional roles and regulation of neuronal gap junctions in the retina.
Stewart A Bloomfield, Béla Völgyi. Nat Rev Neurosci 2009
235
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Expression of connexin36 in cone pedicles and OFF-cone bipolar cells of the mouse retina.
Andreas Feigenspan, Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold, Sheriar Hormuzdi, Hannah Monyer, Joachim Degen, Goran Söhl, Klaus Willecke, Josef Ammermüller, Reto Weiler. J Neurosci 2004
97
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Rod pathways in the mammalian retina use connexin 36.
S L Mills, J J O'Brien, W Li, J O'Brien, S C Massey. J Comp Neurol 2001
114
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Connexin36 is essential for transmission of rod-mediated visual signals in the mammalian retina.
Michael R Deans, Bela Volgyi, Daniel A Goodenough, Stewart A Bloomfield, David L Paul. Neuron 2002
300
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Characterization of connexin36 gap junctions in the human outer retina.
Orsolya Kántor, Zsigmond Benkő, Anna Énzsöly, Csaba Dávid, Angela Naumann, Roland Nitschke, Arnold Szabó, Emese Pálfi, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai,[...]. Brain Struct Funct 2016
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Gap junctional coupling in the vertebrate retina: variations on one theme?
Béla Völgyi, Tamás Kovács-Oller, Tamás Atlasz, Márta Wilhelm, Róbert Gábriel. Prog Retin Eye Res 2013
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Role of connexin channels in the retinal light response of a diurnal rodent.
Angelina Palacios-Muñoz, Maria J Escobar, Alex Vielma, Joaquín Araya, Aland Astudillo, Gonzalo Valdivia, Isaac E García, José Hurtado, Oliver Schmachtenberg, Agustín D Martínez,[...]. Front Cell Neurosci 2014
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Connexin43 in retinal injury and disease.
Helen V Danesh-Meyer, Jie Zhang, Monica L Acosta, Ilva D Rupenthal, Colin R Green. Prog Retin Eye Res 2016
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Connexin 36 expression is required for electrical coupling between mouse rods and cones.
Sabrina Asteriti, Claudia Gargini, Lorenzo Cangiano. Vis Neurosci 2017
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Genome-wide meta-analyses of multiancestry cohorts identify multiple new susceptibility loci for refractive error and myopia.
Virginie J M Verhoeven, Pirro G Hysi, Robert Wojciechowski, Qiao Fan, Jeremy A Guggenheim, René Höhn, Stuart MacGregor, Alex W Hewitt, Abhishek Nag, Ching-Yu Cheng,[...]. Nat Genet 2013
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Increased Connexin36 Phosphorylation in AII Amacrine Cell Coupling of the Mouse Myopic Retina.
Seema Banerjee, Qin Wang, Fuxin Zhao, George Tang, Chunghim So, Dennis Tse, Chi-Ho To, Yun Feng, Xiangtian Zhou, Feng Pan. Front Cell Neurosci 2020
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The immunocytochemical localization of connexin 36 at rod and cone gap junctions in the guinea pig retina.
Eun-Jin Lee, Jung-Won Han, Hyun-Ju Kim, In-Beom Kim, Mun-Yong Lee, Su-Ja Oh, Jin-Woong Chung, Myung-Hoon Chun. Eur J Neurosci 2003
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Global Prevalence of Myopia and High Myopia and Temporal Trends from 2000 through 2050.
Brien A Holden, Timothy R Fricke, David A Wilson, Monica Jong, Kovin S Naidoo, Padmaja Sankaridurg, Tien Y Wong, Thomas J Naduvilath, Serge Resnikoff. Ophthalmology 2016
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Adenosine and dopamine receptors coregulate photoreceptor coupling via gap junction phosphorylation in mouse retina.
Hongyan Li, Zhijing Zhang, Michael R Blackburn, Steven W Wang, Christophe P Ribelayga, John O'Brien. J Neurosci 2013
84
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Light adaptation in the chick retina: Dopamine, nitric oxide, and gap-junction coupling modulate spatiotemporal contrast sensitivity.
Qing Shi, Michelle M Teves, Aisha Lillywhite, Eden B Pagtalunan, William K Stell. Exp Eye Res 2020
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Visual transmission deficits in mice with targeted disruption of the gap junction gene connexin36.
M Güldenagel, J Ammermüller, A Feigenspan, B Teubner, J Degen, G Söhl, K Willecke, R Weiler. J Neurosci 2001
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Inhibition of experimental myopia by a dopamine agonist: different effectiveness between form deprivation and hyperopic defocus in guinea pigs.
Feng Dong, Zhina Zhi, Miaozhen Pan, Ruozhong Xie, Xiaoyi Qin, Runxia Lu, Xinjie Mao, Jiang-Fan Chen, Mark D P Willcox, Jia Qu,[...]. Mol Vis 2011
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Connexin36 is required for gap junctional coupling of most ganglion cell subtypes in the mouse retina.
Feng Pan, David L Paul, Stewart A Bloomfield, Béla Völgyi. J Comp Neurol 2010
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Dopamine-stimulated dephosphorylation of connexin 36 mediates AII amacrine cell uncoupling.
W Wade Kothmann, Stephen C Massey, John O'Brien. J Neurosci 2009
119
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The effect of ambient illuminance on the development of deprivation myopia in chicks.
Regan Ashby, Arne Ohlendorf, Frank Schaeffel. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2009
198
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Huntington's Disease: Calcium Dyshomeostasis and Pathology Models.
Y A Kolobkova, V A Vigont, A V Shalygin, E V Kaznacheyeva. Acta Naturae 2017
9
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Types and density of calbindin D28k-immunoreactive ganglion cells in mouse retina.
Ya-Nan Gu, Eun-Shil Lee, Chang-Jin Jeon. Exp Eye Res 2016
4
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Tracer coupling patterns of the ganglion cell subtypes in the mouse retina.
Béla Völgyi, Samir Chheda, Stewart A Bloomfield. J Comp Neurol 2009
203
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Cone connections of the horizontal cells of the rhesus monkey's retina.
B B Boycott, J M Hopkins, H G Sperling. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1987
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Prox1 function controls progenitor cell proliferation and horizontal cell genesis in the mammalian retina.
Michael A Dyer, Frederick J Livesey, Constance L Cepko, Guillermo Oliver. Nat Genet 2003
292
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Calcium-binding proteins in the retina of a calbindin-null mutant mouse.
H Wässle, L Peichl, M S Airaksinen, M Meyer. Cell Tissue Res 1998
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Mutational analysis of dendritic Ca2+ kinetics in rodent Purkinje cells: role of parvalbumin and calbindin D28k.
Hartmut Schmidt, Klaus M Stiefel, Peter Racay, Beat Schwaller, Jens Eilers. J Physiol 2003
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Calretinin and calbindin D-28k delay the onset of cell death after excitotoxic stimulation in transfected P19 cells.
C D'Orlando, B Fellay, B Schwaller, V Salicio, A Bloc, V Gotzos, M R Celio. Brain Res 2001
71
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Inactivation of calcium-binding protein genes induces 160 Hz oscillations in the cerebellar cortex of alert mice.
Guy Cheron, David Gall, Laurent Servais, Bernard Dan, Reinoud Maex, Serge N Schiffmann. J Neurosci 2004
72
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Immunocytochemical analysis of the mouse retina.
S Haverkamp, H Wässle. J Comp Neurol 2000
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Calretinin in neurochemically well-defined cell populations of rabbit retina.
B Völgyi, E Pollak, P Buzás, R Gábriel. Brain Res 1997
52
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Diffuse bipolar cells provide input to OFF parasol ganglion cells in the macaque retina.
R A Jacoby, A F Wiechmann, S G Amara, B H Leighton, D W Marshak. J Comp Neurol 2000
71
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