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Plasticity in the superior collicular auditory space map of adult guinea-pigs.

Withington DJ, Binns KE, Ingham NJ, Thornton SK.

Exp Physiol. 1994 May;79(3):319-25.

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Post-crucial period effects of visual experience and deprivation on the guinea-pig superior collicular map of auditory space.

Withington DJ, Binns KE, Keating MJ, Thornton SK, Ingham NJ.

Exp Physiol. 1994 May;79(3):313-8.

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Neurotransmitter involvement in development and maintenance of the auditory space map in the guinea pig superior colliculus.

Ingham NJ, Thornton SK, McCrossan D, Withington DJ.

J Neurophysiol. 1998 Dec;80(6):2941-53.

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Age-related changes in auditory spatial properties of the guinea pig superior colliculus.

Ingham NJ, Thornton SK, Withington DJ.

Brain Res. 1998 Mar 30;788(1-2):60-8.

PMID:
9554955
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The developmental emergence of a map of auditory space in the superior colliculus of the guinea pig.

Withington-Wray DJ, Binns KE, Keating MJ.

Brain Res Dev Brain Res. 1990 Feb 1;51(2):225-36.

PMID:
2323031
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The contribution of protein kinases to plastic events in the superior colliculus.

McCrossan D, Withington DJ, Platt B.

Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 1997 Apr;21(3):487-505. Review.

PMID:
9153069
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The Maturation of the Superior Collicular Map of Auditory Space in the Guinea Pig is Disrupted by Developmental Auditory Deprivation.

Withington-Wray DJ, Binns KE, Dhanjal SS, Brickley SG, Keating MJ.

Eur J Neurosci. 1990;2(8):693-703.

PMID:
12106287
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The effects of monocular enucleation on the representation of auditory space in the superior colliculus of the guinea-pig.

Withington DJ, Binns KE, Ingham NJ, Thornton SK.

Brain Res. 1994 Feb 14;636(2):348-52.

PMID:
8012819
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Dynamics of visually guided auditory plasticity in the optic tectum of the barn owl.

Brainard MS, Knudsen EI.

J Neurophysiol. 1995 Feb;73(2):595-614.

PMID:
7760121

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