Michael A. Corner
|Biology||University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
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Prof. dr. M.A. Corner at the Album Academicum of the University of Amsterdam
Prepared from a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Pure Science, Columbia University, New York City, sponsored by Professor L. G. Barth. Many of the experiments and observations were made at the Hubrecht Embryological Laboratorium, Utrecht, Holland, under the direction of Professor P. D. Nieuwkoop, while the author was a pre-doctoral fellow of the National Science Foundation.
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|Corner MA. (2008) Reciprocal homeostatic responses to excitatory synaptic receptor inactivation in developing organotypic cortical networks in vitro Neuroscience Letters. 438: 300-302|
|Corner MA, van Pelt J, Wolters PS, et al. (2002) Physiological effects of sustained blockade of excitatory synaptic transmission on spontaneously active developing neuronal networks--an inquiry into the reciprocal linkage between intrinsic biorhythms and neuroplasticity in early ontogeny. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 26: 127-85|
|Van Pelt J, Corner MA, Uylings HBM, et al. (1994) The 18th International Summer School of Brain Research: Preface Progress in Brain Research. 102: ix-x|
|van Ooyen A, van Pelt J, Corner MA, et al. (1992) Long-lasting transients of activation in neural networks Neurocomputing. 4: 75-87|
|Gorter JA, Veerman M, Mirmiran M, et al. (1991) Spectral analysis of the electroencephalogram in neonatal rats chronically treated with the NMDA antagonist MK-801. Brain Research. Developmental Brain Research. 64: 37-41|
|Corner M, Mirmiran M. (1983) Arousal episodes during sleep in the neonatal rat Neuroscience Letters. 42: 45-48|
|Baker RE, Habets AM, Brenner E, et al. (1982) Influence of growth medium, age in vitro and spontaneous bioelectric activity on the distribution of sensory ganglion-evoked activity in spinal cord explants. Brain Research. 281: 329-341|