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Tectal pathways of regenerating goldfish optic axons after nasal or temporal half retinal removal

Tectal pathways of regenerating goldfish optic axons after nasal or temporal half retinal removal

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HUMPHREY, Martin F., Claudia STÜRMER, 1988. Tectal pathways of regenerating goldfish optic axons after nasal or temporal half retinal removal. In: Development. 102, pp. 479-488

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