Publications

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  1. Tang J, Coleman JE, Dai X, and Jiang H (2016). Wearable 3-D Photoacoustic Tomography for Functional Brain Imaging in Behaving Rats. Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 25470 (online).
  2. Strobl M-T, Freeman D, Patel J, Poulsen R, Wendler CC, Rivkees SA, and Coleman JE (2016). Opposing effects of maternal hypo- and hyperthyroidism on the stability of thalamocortical synapses in the visual cortex of adult offspring. Cerebral Cortex (in press).
  3. Liu C-H, Coleman JE, Davoudi H, Zhang K, and Shuler MGH (2015). Selective activation of a putative reinforcement signal conditions cued interval timing in primary visual cortex. Current Biology, doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2015.04.028. (PMID: 26004763).
  4. Coleman JE, Heynen AJ, and Bear MF (2013). The Molecular and Structural Basis of Amblyopia. (p. 1433). The New Visual Neurosciences. Ed. Werner JS and Chalupa LM. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press.
  5. Coleman JE, Nahmani M, Gavornik JP, Haslinger RH, Heynen AJ, Erisir A  and Bear MF and (2010) Rapid structural remodeling of thalamocortical synapses parallels experience-dependent functional plasticity in mouse primary visual cortex. J. Neurosci. 30, 9670-9682. [Featured article].
  6. Coleman JE, Law K and Bear MF (2009). Anatomical origins of ocular dominance in mouse primary visual cortex. Neuroscience. 161(2), 561-571.
  7. Williams ME*, Coleman JE*, Haire S, Aleman T, Cideciyan A, Sokal I, Palczewski K, Jacobson SG and Semple-Rowland SL (2006). Lentiviral expression of retinal guanylate cyclase-1 (RetGC1) restores vision in an avian model of childhood blindness. PLoS Medicine. 3(6), e201 doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0030201 (*co-first authorship)
  8. Coleman JE and Semple-Rowland SL. (2005). GC1 deletion prevents light-dependent arrestin translocation in mouse cone photoreceptor cells. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis Sci. 100(2), 367-72.
  9. Coleman JE, Wu K, Fülle H-J and Semple-Rowland SL (2004). The 5′ flanking sequence of the human retGC1 gene acquires a photoreceptor cell-restricted activity pattern over the course of retinal development. Molecular Vision. 10, 720-727.
  10. Coleman JE, Zhang Y, Brown GAJ and Semple-Rowland SL (2004). Cone cell survival and downregulation of GCAP1 protein in the retinas of GC1 knockout mice. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis Sci. 45(10), 3397-403.
  11. Zhang,Y, Coleman JE, Fuchs GE, Semple-Rowland SL (2003). Circadian oscillator function in embryonic retina and retinal explant cultures. Brain Res. Mol. Brain Res. 114, 9-19.
  12. Coleman JE, Huentelman MJ, Kasparov S, Metcalfe BL, Paton JFR, Katovich MJ, Semple-Rowland SL and Raizada MK (2003). Efficient large-scale production and concentration of HIV-1-based lentiviral vectors for use in vivo. Physiol. Genomics. 12, 221-228.
  13. Coleman JE, Fuchs GE and Semple-Rowland SL (2002) Analyses of the guanylate cyclase activating protein –1 (GCAP1) promoter in the developing retina. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis Sci. 43(5):1335-43.
  14. Semple-Rowland SL, Tepedino M, and Coleman JE (2001). Pinopsin mRNA levels are significantly elevated in the pineal glands of chickens carrying a null mutation in guanylate cyclase – 1. Brain Res. Mol. Brain Res. 97(1):51-8.
  15. Jones HC, Rivera KM and Coleman JE (1996). Spatial learning and visual discrimination tests in hydrocephalic rat pups performed using the Morris water maze. European Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 6, 37.

Book Chapters:

Coleman JE and Bear MF (2013). The Molecular and Structural Basis of Amblyopia (p. 1433). The New Visual Neurosciences. Ed. Werner JS and Chalupa LM. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press. [  ]