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Christoph Redies
Christoph Redies
Professor of Anatomy, University of Jena
Patvirtintas el. paštas med.uni-jena.de
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Cadherins in the central nervous system
C Redies
Progress in neurobiology 61 (6), 611-648, 2000
3872000
N‐cadherin mediates pericytic‐endothelial interaction during brain angiogenesis in the chicken
H Gerhardt, H Wolburg, C Redies
Developmental dynamics: an official publication of the American Association …, 2000
3562000
Cadherins in the developing central nervous system: an adhesive code for segmental and functional subdivisions
C Redies, M Takeichi
Developmental biology 180 (2), 413-423, 1996
2971996
Cadherins and neuropsychiatric disorders
C Redies, N Hertel, CA Hübner
Brain research 1470, 130-144, 2012
2842012
A universal model of esthetic perception based on the sensory coding of natural stimuli
C Redies
Spatial vision 21 (1-2), 97-117, 2007
2462007
Statistical regularities in art: Relations with visual coding and perception
DJ Graham, C Redies
Vision research 50 (16), 1503-1509, 2010
2432010
δ-Protocadherins: unique structures and functions
C Redies, K Vanhalst, F Roy
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 62, 2840-2852, 2005
2052005
Differential expression of N‐and R‐cadherin in functional neuronal systems and other structures of the developing chicken brain
C Redies, K Engelhart, M Takeichi
Journal of Comparative Neurology 333 (3), 398-416, 1993
2001993
The cadherin superfamily in neural development: diversity, function and interaction with other molecules
S Hirano, ST Suzuki, C Redies
Front Biosci 8 (1), 306-355, 2003
1902003
Combining universal beauty and cultural context in a unifying model of visual aesthetic experience
C Redies
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 218, 2015
1892015
Fractal-like image statistics in visual art: similarity to natural scenes
C Redies, J Hasenstein, J Denzler
Spatial vision 21 (1-2), 137-148, 2008
1852008
δ-Protocadherins: a gene family expressed differentially in the mouse brain
K Vanhalst, P Kools, K Staes, F Van Roy, C Redies
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 62, 1247-1259, 2005
1572005
The neon color effect in the Ehrenstein illusion
C Redies, L Spillmann
Perception 10 (6), 667-681, 1981
1511981
Morphologic fate of diencephalic prosomeres and their subdivisions revealed by mapping cadherin expression
C Redies, M Ast, S Nakagawa, M Takeichi, M Martínez‐De‐La‐Torre, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 421 (4), 481-514, 2000
1482000
Neuronal responses to borders with and without luminance gradients in cat visual cortex and dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus
C Redies, JM Crook, OD Creutzfeldt
Experimental Brain Research 61, 469-481, 1986
1471986
Restricted expression of N-and R-cadherin on neurites of the developing chicken CNS
C Redies, H Inuzuka, M Takeichi
Journal of Neuroscience 12 (9), 3525-3534, 1992
1451992
Expression of N‐cadherin mRNA during development of the mouse brain
C Redies, M Takeichi
Developmental dynamics 197 (1), 26-39, 1993
1441993
Differential expression of R-and N-cadherin in neural and mesodermal tissues during early chicken development
H Inuzuka, C Redies, M Takeichi
Development 113 (3), 959-967, 1991
1401991
Modularity in vertebrate brain development and evolution
C Redies, L Puelles
Bioessays 23 (12), 1100-1111, 2001
1382001
Cadherin expression in the developing vertebrate CNS: from neuromeres to brain nuclei and neural circuits
C Redies
Experimental cell research 220 (2), 243-256, 1995
1271995
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