George Paxinos, PhD

Affiliations: 
Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute Monash University, Caulfield East, Victoria, Australia 
Area:
neuroanatomy
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Donald Peter Cain collaborator 1972-1973 Western Ontario (Neurotree)
Piers Christopher Emson collaborator 1976-1978 (Neurotree)
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Watson C, Janke AL, Hamalainen C, et al. (2017) An ontologically consistent MRI-based atlas of the mouse diencephalon. Neuroimage
Fu Y, Hsiao JT, Paxinos G, et al. (2016) ABCA7 Mediates Phagocytic Clearance of Amyloid-β in the Brain. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : Jad
Liang H, Schofield E, Paxinos G. (2016) Imaging Serotonergic Fibers in the Mouse Spinal Cord Using the CLARITY/CUBIC Technique. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Fu Y, Paxinos G, Watson C, et al. (2016) The substantia nigra and ventral tegmental dopaminergic neurons from development to degeneration. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy
Liu X, Xie B, Qi Y, et al. (2015) The expression of SEIPIN in the mouse central nervous system. Brain Structure & Function
Rusznák Z, Kim WS, Hsiao JT, et al. (2015) Early in vivo Effects of the Human Mutant Amyloid-β Protein Precursor (hAβPPSwInd) on the Mouse Olfactory Bulb. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : Jad
Liang H, Wang S, Francis R, et al. (2015) Distribution of raphespinal fibers in the mouse spinal cord. Molecular Pain. 11: 42
Liang H, Bácskai T, Paxinos G. (2015) Termination of vestibulospinal fibers arising from the spinal vestibular nucleus in the mouse spinal cord. Neuroscience. 294: 206-14
Fu Y, Yu Y, Paxinos G, et al. (2015) Aging-dependent changes in the cellular composition of the mouse brain and spinal cord. Neuroscience. 290: 406-20
Liang H, Watson C, Paxinos G. (2015) Terminations of reticulospinal fibers originating from the gigantocellular reticular formation in the mouse spinal cord. Brain Structure & Function
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