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Publications from the Dailey Lab (Univ. of Iowa)

Dailey's publications from post-doctoral work:

  • Dailey ME  (1996) Dynamic optical imaging of neuronal structure and physiology: Confocal fluores­cence microscopy in living brain slices. In, Brain Mapping: The Methods (A. Toga & J. Mazziotta, eds.) Academic Press, pp. 29-54.

  • Dailey ME and Smith SJ (1996) The dynamics of dendritic structure in developing hippocampal slices. J. Neurosci. 16(9): 2983-2994.  PMID: 8622128. [JIF=7.955]
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  • Terasaki M, and Dailey ME (1995) Confocal microscopy of living cells.  In, Handbook of Biological Confocal Microscopy, 2nd Edition (J.B. Pawley, ed.) New York: Plenum, pp. 327-346.

  • Dailey ME and Smith SJ (1994) Spontaneous Ca2+ transients in developing hippocampal pyramidal cells J. Neurobiol. 25(3):243-251.  PMID: 7910845. [JIF=4.118]

  • Dailey ME, Buchanan J, Bergles D, and Smith SJ (1994) Mossy fiber growth and synaptogenesis in rat hippocampal slices in vitro.  J. Neurosci. 14(3):1060-1078. PMID: 8120613. [JIF=8.657]

  • Dailey ME and Smith SJ (1994) Confocal imaging of axon and dendrite growth in mammalian brain slices.  In, Society for Neuroscience Short Course Syllabus: Light Microscopic Imaging Techniques.

  • Dailey ME and Smith SJ (1993) Confocal imaging of mossy fiber growth in live hippocampal slices.  Jpn. J. Physiol., 43:S183-S192.  PMID: 8271493. [JIF=0.729]

  • McConnell SK, Kaznowski CE, O'Rourke NA, Dailey ME, and Roberts JS (1993) Neurogenesis, determination and migration during cerebral cortical development.  In, Molecular Basis of Morpho­genesis, 51st Annual Symposium of the Society for Developmental Biology, (Bernfield M, ed.) New York:Wiley-Liss, pp. 135-154.

  • O'Rourke NA, Dailey ME, Smith SJ, and McConnell SK (1992) Diverse migratory pathways in the developing cerebral cortex Science 258:299-302.  PMID: 1411527.  [JIF=20.967]
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Dailey's publications from graduate work:

Dailey's publications from undergraduate work:

Jakeman LB, Reier PJ, Bregman BS, Wade EB, Dailey M, Kastner RJ, Himes BT, and Tessler A (1989) Differentiation of substantia gelatinosa-like regions in intraspinal and intracerebral transplants of embryonic spinal cord tissue in the rat Exp. Neurol. 103:17-33. PMID: 2912747