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Selected Publications

1. J. Martin Wild, Nils O.E. Krützfeldt, and M. Fabiana Kubke, “Connections of the auditory brainstem in a songbird, Taeniopygia guttata. III. Projections of the superior olive and lateral lemniscal nuclei,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 518, no. 11 (6, 2010): 2149-2167.

2. Nils O.E. Krützfeldt et al., “Connections of the auditory brainstem in a Songbird, Taeniopygia guttata. I. Projections of nucleus angularis and nucleus laminaris to the auditory torus,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 518, no. 11 (6, 2010): 2109-2134.

3. Nils O.E. Krützfeldt et al., “Connections of the auditory brainstem in a songbird, Taeniopygia guttata. II. Projections of nucleus angularis and nucleus laminaris to the superior olive and lateral lemniscal nuclei,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 518, no. 11 (6, 2010): 2135-2148.

4. J.M. Wild, N.O.E. Krützfeldt, and M.F. Kubke, “Afferents to the cochlear nuclei and nucleus laminaris from the ventral nucleus of the lateral lemniscus in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata),” Hearing Research 257, no. 1-2 (11, 2009): 1-7.

5. J.M. Wild, M.F. Kubke, and R. Mooney, “Avian nucleus retroambigualis: Cell types and projections to other respiratory-vocal nuclei in the brain of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata),” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 512, no. 6 (2, 2009): 768-783.

6. J.M. Wild, M.F. Kubke, and J.L. Peña, “A pathway for predation in the brain of the barn owl (Tyto alba): Projections of the gracile nucleus to the “claw area” of the rostral wulst via the dorsal thalamus,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 509, no. 2 (7, 2008): 156-166.

7. Jeremy R Corfield et al., “MRI of postmortem specimens of endangered species for comparative brain anatomy,” Nature Protocols 3, no. 4 (4, 2008): 597-605.

8. T. F. Roberts et al., “Telencephalic Neurons Monosynaptically Link Brainstem and Forebrain Premotor Networks Necessary for Song,” Journal of Neuroscience 28, no. 13 (3, 2008): 3479-3489.

9. Jeremy R. Corfield et al., “Evolution of Brain Size in the Palaeognath Lineage, with an Emphasis on New Zealand Ratites,” Brain, Behavior and Evolution 71, no. 2 (2008): 87-99.

10. Todd F. Roberts et al., “Homogeneity of intrinsic properties of sexually dimorphic vocal motoneurons in male and female zebra finches,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 502, no. 1 (5, 2007): 157-169.

11. Graham R. Martin et al., “Kiwi Forego Vision in the Guidance of Their Nocturnal Activities,” ed. Andrew Iwaniuk, PLoS ONE 2, no. 2 (2, 2007): e198.

12. M. F. Kubke et al., “Physiology of Neuronal Subtypes in the Respiratory-Vocal Integration Nucleus Retroamigualis of the Male Zebra Finch,” Journal of Neurophysiology 94, no. 4 (4, 2005): 2379-2390.

13. M. Fabiana Kubke, Jacqueline M. Ross, and J. Martin Wild, “Vagal innervation of the air sacs in a songbird, Taenopygia guttata,” Journal of Anatomy 204, no. 4 (4, 2004): 283-292.

14. M. Fabiana Kubke, Dino P. Massoglia, and Catherine E. Carr, “Bigger Brains or Bigger Nuclei? Regulating the Size of Auditory Structures in Birds,” Brain, Behavior and Evolution 63, no. 3 (2004): 169-180.

15. M Fabiana Kubke, Dino P Massoglia, and Catherine E Carr, “Developmental changes underlying the formation of the specialized time coding circuits in barn owls (Tyto alba),” The Journal of Neuroscience: The Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 22, no. 17 (September 1, 2002): 7671-7679.

16. M Fabiana Kubke et al., “Nucleus magnocellularis and nucleus laminaris in Belgian Waterslager and normal strain canaries,” Hearing Research 164, no. 1-2 (2, 2002): 19-28.

17. J.M. Wild, M.F. Kubke, and C.E. Carr, “Tonotopic and Somatotopic Representation in the Nucleus basalis of the Barn Owl, Tyto alba,” Brain, Behavior and Evolution 57, no. 1 (2001): 39-62.

18. M F Kubke and C E Carr, “Development of the auditory brainstem of birds: comparison between barn owls and chickens,” Hearing Research 147, no. 1-2 (September 2000): 1-20.

19. M F Kubke et al., “Development of calretinin immunoreactivity in the brainstem auditory nuclei of the barn owl (Tyto alba),” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 415, no. 2 (December 13, 1999): 189-203.

20. M F Kubke, E Gilland, and R Baker, “Lipophilic dye labeling distinguishes segregated central components of the eighth cranial nerve in embryonic chicken,” The Biological Bulletin 195, no. 2 (October 1998): 218-220.

21. M Fabiana Kubke and Catherine E. Carr, “Development of AMPA-selective glutamate receptors in the auditory brainstem of the barn owl,” Microscopy Research and Technique 41, no. 3 (5, 1998): 176-186.

22. M.D. Levin et al., “Localization of AMPA-selective glutamate receptors in the auditory brainstem of the barn owl,” The Journal of Comparative Neurology 378, no. 2 (2, 1997): 239-253.

23. E M Lopez et al., “Ultrastructural study of reaggregated culture of brainstem: synaptogenesis,” Microscopía Electrónica Y Biología Celular: Organo Oficial De Las Sociedades Latinoamericana De Microscopía Electrónica E Iberoamericana De Biología Celular 14, no. 2 (1990): 89-99.


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