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Characterization of a potassium-based leak conductance in the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body

Author(s)Berntson Eichner, Amy; Walmsley, Bruce
TypeJournal article
Date Published2008
Date Created-

Distribution of the presynaptic calcium sensors, synaptotagmin I/II and synaptotagmin III, in the goldfish and rodent retinas

Author(s)Berntson Eichner, Amy; Morgans, Catherine
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
Date Created-

Hyperpolarization - activated(Ih)currents in auditory brainstem neurons of normal and congenitally deaf mice

Author(s)Leao, Richardson; Leao (previously Svahn), Katarina; Berntson Eichner, Amy, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Molecular identity, synaptic localization, and physiology of calcium channels in retinal bipolar cells

Author(s)Berntson Eichner, Amy; Taylor, Wayne R; Morgans, Catherine
TypeJournal article
Date Published2003
Date Created-

Reduced low-voltage activated K+ conductances and enhanced central excitability in a congenitally deaf (dn/dn) mouse

Author(s)Leao, Richardson; Berntson Eichner, Amy; Forsythe, Ian D, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-

Response characteristics and receptive field widths of on-bipolar cells in the mouse retina

Author(s)Berntson Eichner, Amy; Taylor, Wayne R
TypeJournal article
Date Published2000
Date Created-

Topographic organization in the auditory brainstem of juvenile mice is disrupted in congenital deafness

Author(s)Leao, Richardson; Sun, Hong; Leao (previously Svahn), Katarina, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2006
Date Created-

Transmission of single photon signals through a binary synapse in the mammalian retina

Author(s)Berntson Eichner, Amy; Smith, Robert G; Taylor, Wayne R
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-

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