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Willbold, Elmar ; Huhn, Jutta ; Korf, Horst-Werner ; Voisin, Pierre ; Layer, Paul G. (2002):
Light-dark and circadian melatonin rhythms are established de novo in re-aggregates of the embryonic chicken retina.
In: Developmental neuroscience, 24 (6), pp. 504-11. ISSN 0378-5866,
[Article]

Layer, Paul G. ; Robitzki, Andrea ; Rothermel, Andrée ; Willbold, Elmar (2002):
Of layers and spheres: the reaggregate approach in tissue engineering.
In: Trends in neurosciences, 25 (3), pp. 131-4. ISSN 0166-2236,
[Article]

Willbold, Elmar ; Rothermel, A. ; Huhn, J. ; Reinicke, M. ; Layer, Paul G. (2001):
Cerebellar glia cells induce a correct laminar organization in chicken retinal reaggregates.
In: Cells tissues organs, 169 (2), pp. 104-112. [Article]

Willbold, Elmar ; Mansky, P. ; Layer, Paul G. (1996):
Lateral and radial growth uncoupled in reaggregated retinospheroids of embryonic avian retina.
40, In: International journal of developmental biology, (6), pp. 1151-1159. [Article]

Layer, Paul G. ; Ebert, C. ; Treskatis, S. ; Weikert, T. ; Willbold, Elmar
Quinn, D. M. (ed.) (1995):
Glycosylated inactive forms of chicken butyrylcholinesterases and their possible functions.
In: Enzymes of the cholinesterase family, pp. 427-434, New York, Plenum Publ. Corp, [Book Section]

Willbold, Elmar ; Reinicke, Michael ; Lance-Jones, Cynthia ; Lagenaur, Carl ; Lemmon, Vance ; Layer, Paul G. (1995):
Müller glia stabilizes cell columns during retinal development: lateral migration but not neuropil growth is inhibited in mixed chick-quail retinospheroids.
7, In: European journal of neuroscience, pp. 2277-2284. [Article]

Layer, Paul G. ; Willbold, Elmar (1995):
Novel functions of cholinesterases in development, physiology and disease.
29, In: Progress in histochemistry and cytochemistry, (3), pp. 1-94. [Article]

Willbold, Elmar ; Layer, Paul G. (1992):
A Hidden Retinal Regenerative Capacity from the Chick Ciliary Margin is Reactivated In Vitro, that is Accompanied by Down-regulation of Butyrylcholinesterase.
In: The European journal of neuroscience, 4 (3), pp. 210-220. ISSN 1460-9568,
[Article]

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