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Behavioural testing of standard inbred and 5HT1B knockout mice: implications of absent corpu...2001Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Cortical Axon Trajectories and Growth Cone Morphologies in Fetuses of Acallosal Mouse Strain...1993Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Defects of the Fetal Forebrain in Mice With Hereditary Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum1987Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Deficient corpus callosum in hybrids between ddN and three other abnormal mouse strains1992Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Genetic and developmental defects of the mouse corpus callosum1989Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Impaired fear memory, altered object memory and modified hippocampal synaptic plasticity in ...2008Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Localization of Two New X-Linked Quantitative Trait Loci Controlling Corpus Callosum Size in...2007Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
A new hybrid mouse model for agenesis of the corpus callosum1994Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Recombinant Inbreeding in Mice Reveals Thresholds in Embryonic Corpus Callosum Development2006Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Selective Modification of Short-Term Hippocampal Synaptic Plasticity and Impaired Memory Ext...2002Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Sex and species differences in mouse and rat forebrain commissures depend on the method of a...1999Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Timing and Origin of the First Cortical Axons to Project Through the Corpus Callosum and the...1998Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG
Wheel running behavior is impaired by both surgical section and genetic absence of the mouse...2002Wahlsten, Douglas FacultyPsychology, UNCG