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1. The avian tectobulbar tract: development, explant culture, and effects of antibodies on the pattern of neurite outgrowth

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2. The heparan sulfate proteoglycan agrin contributes to barrier properties of mouse brain endothelial cells by stabilizing adherens junctions


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4. Transmembrane Form Agrin-induced Process Formation Requires Lipid Rafts and the Activation of Fyn and MAPK*S⃞

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5. The avian tectobulbar tract: development, explant culture, and effects of antibodies on the pattern of neurite outgrowth


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6. Isolation, characterization, and substrate properties of the external limiting membrane from the avian embryonic optic tectum


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7. Molecular mechanisms separating two axonal pathways during embryonic development of the avian optic tectum


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8. The neurobiology of Duchenne muscular dystrophy: learning lessons from muscle?


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9. The heparan sulfate proteoglycan agrin contributes to barrier properties of mouse brain endothelial cells by stabilizing adherens junctions

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10. Visual Processing of Biological Motion in Children and Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: An Event Related Potential-Study

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