David V. Pow
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Chronic stress alters the density and morphology of microglia in a subset of stress-responsive brain regions
RJ Tynan, S Naicker, M Hinwood, E Nalivaiko, KM Buller, DV Pow, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 24 (7), 1058-1068, 2010
Dendrites of hypothalamic magnocellular neurons release neurohypophysial peptides by exocytosis
DV Pow, JF Morris
Neuroscience 32 (2), 435-439, 1989
Glutamate in some retinal neurons is derived solely from glia
DV Pow, SR Robinson
Neuroscience 60 (2), 355-366, 1994
Glycinergic amacrine cells of the rat retina
N Menger, DV Pow, H Wässle
Journal of Comparative Neurology 401 (1), 34-46, 1998
Developmental expression of excitatory amino acid transporter 5: a photoreceptor and bipolar cell glutamate transporter in rat retina
DV Pow, NL Barnett
Neuroscience letters 280 (1), 21-24, 2000
Neurotransmitter coupling through gap junctions in the retina
DI Vaney, JC Nelson, DV Pow
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (24), 10594-10602, 1998
Aberrant expression of the glutamate transporter excitatory amino acid transporter 1 (EAAT1) in Alzheimer's disease
HL Scott, DV Pow, AEG Tannenberg, PR Dodd
The Journal of Neuroscience 22 (3), RC206, 2002
Visualising the activity of the cystine‐glutamate antiporter in glial cells using antibodies to aminoadipic acid, a selectively transported substrate
DV Pow
Glia 34 (1), 27-38, 2001
Immunocytochemical analysis of D‐serine distribution in the mammalian brain reveals novel anatomical compartmentalizations in glia and neurons
SM Williams, CM Diaz, LT Macnab, RKP Sullivan, DV Pow
Glia 53 (4), 401-411, 2006
Cytoskeletal anchoring of GLAST determines susceptibility to brain damage: an identified role for GFAP
SM Sullivan, A Lee, ST Bjorkman, SM Miller, RKP Sullivan, P Poronnik, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 282 (40), 29414-29423, 2007
Extremely high titre polyclonal antisera against small neurotransmitter molecules: rapid production, characterisation and use in lightand electron-microscopic immunocytochemistry
DV Pow, DK Crook
Journal of neuroscience methods 48 (1-2), 51-63, 1993
Antisense knockdown of GLAST, a glial glutamate transporter, compromises retinal function
NL Barnett, DV Pow
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 41 (2), 585-591, 2000
Glial glutamate transporter expression patterns in brains from multiple mammalian species
SM Williams, RKP Sullivan, HL Scott, DI Finkelstein, PB Colditz, ...
Glia 49 (4), 520-541, 2005
Localization of taurine transporters, taurine, and 3H taurine accumulation in the rat retina, pituitary, and brain
DV Pow, R Sullivan, P Reye, S Hermanussen
Glia 37 (2), 153-168, 2002
Direct immunocytochemical evidence for the transfer of glutamine from glial cells to neurons: Use of specific antibodies directed against thed-stereoisomers of glutamate and …
DV Pow, DK Crook
Neuroscience 70 (1), 295-302, 1996
Microglia in the neurohypophysis associate with and endocytose terminal portions of neurosecretory neurons
DV Pow, VH Perry, JF Morris, S Gordon
Neuroscience 33 (3), 567-578, 1989
Distribution of the glycine transporter glyt-1 in mammalian and nonmammalian retinae
DV Pow, AE Hendrickson
Visual neuroscience 16 (2), 231-239, 1999
Dendritic and synaptic plasticity of neurons in the human age-related macular degeneration retina
RKP Sullivan, E WoldeMussie, DV Pow
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 48 (6), 2782-2791, 2007
Immunocytochemical evidence for the presence of high levels of reduced glutathione in radial glial cells and horizontal cells in the rabbit retina
DV Pow, DK Crook
Neuroscience letters 193 (1), 25-28, 1995
Cloning, transport properties, and differential localization of two splice variants of GLT‐1 in the rat CNS: Implications for CNS glutamate homeostasis
R Sullivan, T Rauen, F Fischer, M Wießner, C Grewer, A Bicho, DV Pow
Glia 45 (2), 155-169, 2004
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