Publications by Nagy JI

Refereed Publications

  1. Nagy JI, Vincent SR, Fibiger HC (1978) Altered neurotransmitter synthetic enzyme activity in some extrapyramidal nuclei after lesions of the nigrostriatal dopamine projection. Life Sci 22:1777-1782.
  2. Nagy JI, Lee T, Seeman P, Fibiger HC (1978) Direct evidence for presynaptic and postsynaptic dopamine receptors in brain. Nature 274:278-280.
  3. Nagy JI, Carter DA, Fibiger HC (1978) Anterior striatal projections to the globus pallidus, entopeduncular nucleus and substantia nigra in the rat: the GABA connection. Brain Res 158:15-29.
  4. Vincent SR, Nagy JI, Fibiger HC (1978) Increased striatal glutamate decarboxylase after lesions of the nigrostriatal pathway. Brain Res 143:168-173.
  5. Nagy JI, Vincent SR, Lehmann J, Fibiger HC, McGeer EG (1978) The use of kainic acid in the localization of enzymes in the substantia nigra. Brain Res 149:431-441.
  6. Nagy JI, Carter DA, Lehmann J, Fibiger HC, (1978) Evidence for a GABA-containing projection from the entopeduncular nucleus to the lateral habenula in the rat. Brain Res 145:360-364.
  7. Reisine TD, Nagy JI, Beaumont K, Fibiger HC, Yamamura HI (1979) The localization of receptor binding sites in the substantia nigra and striatum of the rat. Brain Res 177:241-252.
  8. Reisine TD, Nagy JI, Fibiger HC, Yamamura HI, (1979) Localization of dopamine receptors in rat brain. Brain Res 169:209-214.
  9. Staines WA, Nagy JI, Vincent SR, Fibiger HC (1980) Neurotransmitters contained in the efferents of the striatum. Brain Res 194:391-402.
  10. Fibiger HC, Nagy JI, Staines WA, Vincent SR (1980) Organization and plasticity of GABAergic neurons in some extrapyramidal nuclei of the rat. Brain Res Bull 5 Suppl 2:131-135.
  11. Nagy JI, Fibiger HC (1980) A striatal source of glutamic acid decarboxylase activity in the substantia nigra. Brain Res 187:237-242.
  12. Lehmann J, Nagy JI, Atmadja S, Fibiger HC (1980) The nucleus basalis magnocellularis: The origin of a cholinergic projection to the noecortex of the rat. Neuroscience 5:1161-1174.
  13. Nagy JI, Vincent SR, Staines WA, Fibiger HC, Reisine TD, Yamamura HI (1980) Neurotoxic action of capsaicin on spinal substance P neurons. Brain Res 186:435-444.
  14. Nagy JI, Hunt SP, Iversen LL, Emson PC (1981) Biochemical and anatomical observations on the degeneration of peptide-containing primary afferent neurons after neonatal capsaicin. Neuroscience 6:1923-1934.
  15. Nagy JI, Emson PC, Iversen LL (1981) A re-evaluation of the neurochemical and antinociceptive effects of intrathecal capsaicin in the rat. Brain Res 211:497-502.
  16. Nagy JI, Hunt SP (1982) Fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase-containing neurons in dorsal root ganglia are separate from those containing substance P and somatostatin. Neuroscience 7:89-97.
  17. Marley PD, Nagy JI, Emson PC, Rehfeld JF (1982) Cholecystokinin in the rat spinal cord: Distribution and lack of effect of neonatal capsaicin treatment. Brain Res 238:494-498.
  18. Nagy JI, Goedert M, Hunt SP, Bond A (1982) The nature of the substance P-containing nerve fibers in taste papillae of the rat tongue. Neuroscience 7:3137-3151.
  19. Goedert M, Nagy JI, Emson PC, Iversen LL (1982) The origin of substance P in the rat submandibular gland and its major duct. Brain Res 252:327-333.
  20. Goedert M, Lightman SL, Nagy JI, Marley PD, Emson PC (1982) Neurotensin in the anterior pituitary gland. Nature 298:163-165.
  21. Nagy JI (1982) Capsaicin.s action on the nervous system. Trends in Neurosci 5:362-365.
  22. Nagy JI, Iversen LL, Goedert M, Chapman D, Hunt SP (1983) Dose-dependent effects of capsaicin on primary sensory neurons in the neonatal rats. J Neurosci 3:399-406.
  23. Nagy JI, Van der Kooy D (1983) Effects of neonatal capsaicin treatment on nociceptive thresholds in the rat. J Neurosci 3:1145-1150.
  24. Nagy JI, Hunt SP (1983) The termination of primary afferents within the rat dorsal horn: Evidence for rearrangement following capsaicin treatment. J Comp Neurol 218:145-158.
  25. Geiger JD, Labella FS, Nagy JI (1984) Ontogenesis of adenosine receptors in the central nervous system of the rat. Dev Brain Res 13:97-104.
  26. Nagy JI, LaBella LA, Buss M, Dadonna P (1984) Immunohistochemistry of adenosine deaminase: Implications for adenosinergic neurotransmission. Science 224:166-168.
  27. Nagy JI, Labella LA, Buss M, Daddona P (1984) Immunohistochemical localization of adenosine deaminase in primary afferent neurons of the rat. Neurosci Lett 48:133-138.
  28. Geiger JD, LaBella FS, Nagy JI (1984) Characterization and localization of adenosine receptors in rat spinal cord. J Neurosci 4:2303.2310.
  29. Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1984) Heterogeneous distribution of adenosine transport sites labelled by [3H]-nitrobenzylthioinosine in rat brain: An autoradiographic and membrane binding study. Brain Res Bull 13:657.666.
  30. Nagy JI, Geiger JD, Daddona PE (1985) Adenosine uptake sites in rat brain: Identification using 3H-nitrobenzylthioinosine and co-localization with adenosine deaminase. Neurosci Let 55:47.53.
  31. Geiger JD, LaBella FS, Nagy JI (1985) Characterization of nitrobenzylthioinosine binding to nucleotide transport sites selective for adenosine in rat brain. J Neurosci 5:735.740.
  32. Nagy JI, Daddona PE (1985) Anatomical and cytochemical relationships of adenosine deaminase-containing primary afferent neurons in the rat. Neuroscience 15:799.813.
  33. Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1985) Localization of [3H]-nitrobenzylthioinosine binding sites in rat spinal cord and primary afferent neurons. Brain Res 347:321.327.
  34. Van der Kooy D, Nagy JI (1985) Hyperalgesia mediated by peripheral opiate receptors in the rat. Behav Brain Res 17:203.211.
  35. Senba E, Daddona PE, Watanabe T, Wu JY, Nagy JI (1985) Coexistence of adenosine deaminase, histidine decarboxylase and glutamate decarboxylase in hypothalamic neurons of the rat. J Neurosci 5:3393-3402.
  36. Nagy JI, Senba E (1985) Neural relations of cremaster motoneurons, spinal cord systems and the genitofemoral nerve in the rat. Brain Res Bull 15:609.627.
  37. Nagy JI, Buss M, Mallory B (1986) Autotomy in rats after peripheral nerve section: Lack of effect of topical nerve or neonatal capsaicin treatment. Pain 24:75-86.
  38. Van der Kooy D, Weinreich P, Nagy JI (1986) Dopamine and opiate receptors: localization in the striatum and evidence for their axoplasmic transport in the nigrostriatal and striatonigral pathways. Neuroscience 19:139-146.
  39. Nagy JI, Buss M, Daddona PE (1986) On the innervation of trigeminal mesencephalic primary afferent neurons by adenosine deaminase.containing projections from the hypothalamus in the rat. Neuroscience 17:141-156.
  40. Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1986) Distribution of adenosine deaminase activity in rat brain and spinal cord. J Neurosci 6:2707-2714.
  41. Staines WA, Yamamoto T, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1986) Adenosine deaminase-containing hypothalamic neurons accumulate 5-HTP: A dual colour immunofluorescence procedure using a new fluorescence marker. Neurosci Lett 70:1-5.
  42. Senba E, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1986) Immunohistochemical localization of adenosine deaminase in the rat retina. Brain Res Bull 17:209-217.
  43. Staines WA, Yamamoto T, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1986) Neuronal colocalization of adenosine deaminase, monoamine oxidase, galanin and 5-hydroxytryptophan uptake in the tuberomammillary nucleus of the rat. Brain Res Bull 17:351-365.
  44. Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1986) Lack of adenosine deaminase deficiency in the mutant mouse wasted. FEBS Lett 208:431-434.
  45. Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1987) Ontogenesis of adenosine deaminase activity in rat brain. J. Neurochem 48:147-153.
  46. Senba E, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) A subpopulation of preganglionic parasympathetic neurons in the rat contain adenosine deaminase. Neuroscience 20:487-502.
  47. Senba E, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) Transient expression of adenosine deaminase in facial and hypoglossal motoneurons of the rat during development. J Comp Neurol 255:217-230.
  48. Senba E, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) Development of adenosine deaminase.immunoreactive neurons in the rat brain. Dev Brain Res 31:59-73.
  49. Staines WA, Yamamoto T, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) The hypothalamus receives major projections from the tuberomammillary nucleus in rat. Neurosci Lett 76:257-262.
  50. Senba E, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) Adenosine deaminase-containing neurons in olfactory systems of the rat during development. Brain Res Bull 18:635-648.
  51. Staines WA, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) The organization and hypothalamic projections of the tuberomammillary nucleus in the rat: An immunohistochemical study of adenosine deaminase positive neurons and fibers. Neuroscience 23:571-596.
  52. Geiger JD, Lewis JL, McIntyre C, Nagy JI (1987) Pharmacokinetics of and adenosine deaminase inhibition by deoxycoformycin in rat. Neuropharmacology 26:1383-1387.
  53. Yamamoto T, Geiger JD, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1987) Subcellular, regional and immunohistochemical localization of adenosine deaminase in various species. Brain Res Bull 19:473-484.
  54. Staines WA, Meister B, Melander T, Nagy JI, Hokfelt T (1988) Three-colour immunohistofluorescence allowing triple labelling within a single section. J Histochem Cytochem 36:145-151.
  55. Yamamoto T, Shiosaka S, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1988) Further observations on the association between adenosine deaminase.containing axons and trigeminal mesencephalic neurons: An electron microscopic, immunohistochemical and anterograde tracing study. Neuroscience 26:669-681.
  56. Staines W.A, Yamamoto T, Dewar KM, Daddona PE, Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1988) Distribution, morphology and habenular projections of adenosine deaminase-containing neurons in the septal area of rat. Brain Res 455:72-87.
  57. Nagy JI, Yamamoto T, Dewar KM, Geiger JD, Daddona PE (1988) Adenosine deaminase-“like” immunoreactivity in cerebellar Purkinje cells of rat. Brain Res 457:21-28.
  58. Yamamoto T, Staines WA, Dewar KM, Geiger JD, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1988) Two distinct adenosine deaminase-containing innervation patterns of the substantia nigra arise from the striatum and hypothalamus. Brain Res 474:112-124.
  59. Yamamoto T, Shiosaka S, Whittaker ME, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1989) Gap junction protein in rat hippocampus: Light microscopic immunohistochemical localization. J Comp Neurol 281:269-281.
  60. Shiosaka S, Yamamoto T, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1989) Gap junction protein in rat hippocampus: Correlative light and electron microscope immunohistochemical localization. J Comp Neurol 281:282-297.
  61. Vrontakis M, Yamamoto T, Schroedter I, Nagy JI, Friesen HG (1989) Estrogen induction of galanin synthesis in the rat anterior pituitary demonstrated by in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry. Neurosci Lett 100:59-64.
  62. Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Staines WA, Whittaker ME, Nagy JI (1989) Quantitative histochemical analysis of cytochrome oxidase in rat dorsal root ganglia and its colocalization with carbonic anhydrase. Neuroscience 33:351-362.
  63. Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Karmy G, Baimbridge KG, Nagy JI (1989) Analysis of parvalbumin-and calbindin D28k-immunoreactive neurons in dorsal root ganglia of rat in relation to their cytochrome oxidase and carbonic anhydrase content. Neuroscience 33:363-371.
  64. Yamamoto T, Maler L, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1989) Gap junction protein in Weakly electric fish (Gymnotide); Immunohistochemical localization with emphasis on structures of the electrosensory system. J Comp Neurol 289:509-536.
  65. Yamamoto T, Carr PA, Baimbridge KG, Nagy JI (1989) Parvalbumin- and calbindin D28k-immunoreactive neurons in the superficial layers of the spinal cord dorsal horn of rat. Brain Res Bull 23:493-508.
  66. Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Karmy G, Baimbridge KG Nagy JI (1989) Parvalbumin is highly colocalized with calbindin D28k and rarely with calcitonin gene-related peptide in dorsal root ganglia neurons of rat. Brain Res 497:163-170.
  67. Padua R, Geiger JD, Dambock S, Nagy JI (1990) 2′-Deoxycoformycin inhibition of adenosine deaminase in rat brain: In vivo and in vitro analysis of specificity, potency and enzyme recovery. J. Neurochem 54:1169-1178.
  68. Yamamoto T, Ochalski A, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1990) LM and EM immunolocalization of the gap junctional protein connexin43 in rat brain. Brain Res 508:313-319.
  69. Nagy JI, Geiger JD, Staines WA (1990) Adenosine deaminase and purinergic neuroregulation. Neurochem Int.16:211-221.
  70. Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Nagy JI (1990) Calcitonin gene-related peptide in primary afferent neurons: coexistence with fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase and depletion by neonatal capsaicin. Neuroscience 36:751-760.
  71. Yamamoto T, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1990) Epitopes of gap junctional proteins localized to neuronal subsurface cisterns. Brain Res 527:135-139.
  72. Yamamoto T, Ochi J, Daddona PE, Nagy JI (1990) Ultrastructural immunolocalization of adenosine deaminase in histaminergic neurons of the tuberomammillary nucleus of rat. Brain Res 527:335-341.
  73. Yamamoto T, Ochalski A, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1990) On the organization of astrocytic gap junctions in rat brain as demonstrated by LM and EM immunohistochemistry of connexin43 expression. J Comp Neurol 302:853-883.
  74. Blondeau JM, Aoki FY, Glavin GB, Nagy JI (1991) Characterization of acute and latent herpes simplex virus infection of sensory ganglia in rat. Lab Animals 25:97-105.
  75. Karmy G, Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Chan SHP, Nagy JI (1991) Cytochrome oxidase immunohistochemistry in rat brain and dorsal root ganglia: Visualization of enzyme in neuronal perikarya and in parvalbumin-positive neurons. Neuroscience 40:825-839.
  76. Padua RA, Wan W, Nagy JI, Geiger JD (1991) 3H-Ryanodine binding sites in rat brain demonstrated by membrane binding and autoradiography. Brain Res 542:135-140.
  77. Yamamoto T, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1991) Subsurface cisterns on alpha-motoneurons in rat and cat: Immunohistochemical detection with antibodies against connexin32. Synapse 8:119-136.
  78. Carr PA, Yamamoto T, Karmy G, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1991) Cytochemical relationships and central terminations of a unique population of primary afferent neurons in rat. Brain Res Bull 26: 825-843.
  79. Yamamoto T, Kardami E, Nagy JI (1991) Basic Fibroblast growth factor in rat brain: localization to glial gap junctions correlates with connexin 43 distribution. Brain Res 554:336-343.
  80. Vukelic JI, Yamamoto T, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1991) Depletion of connexin 43 immunoreactivity in astrocytes after kainic acid-induced lesions in rat brain. Neurosci Lett 130:120-124.
  81. Kardami E, Stoski RM, Doble BW, Yamamoto T, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1991) Biochemical and ultrastructural evidence for the association of basic fibroblast growth factor with cardiac gap junctions. J Biol Chem 266:19551-19557.
  82. Yamamoto T, Maler L, Nagy JI (1992) Organization of galanin-like immunoreactive neuronal systems in weakly electric fish (Apteronotus leptothynctus). J Chem Neuroanat 5:19-38.
  83. Padua RA, Yamamoto T Fyda D, Sawchuk MA, Geiger JD, Nagy JI (1992) Autoradiographic analysis of 3H-ryanodine binding sites in rat brain: regional distribution and the effects of lesions on sites in the hippocampus. J Chem Neuroanat 5:63-73.
  84. Padua RA, Geiger JD, Delaney SM, Nagy JI (1992) Rat brain adenosine deaminase after 2-deoxycoformycin administration: Biochemical properties and evidence for reduced enzyme levels detected by 2[3H]-deoxycoformycin ligand binding. J Neurochem 58:421-429.
  85. Nagy JI, Yamamoto T, Sawchuk MA, Nance DM, Hertzberg EL (1992) Quantitative immunohistochemical and biochemical correlates of connexin43 localization in rat brain. Glia 5:1-9.
  86. Yamamoto T, Katsumata N, Tachibana A, Friesen HG, Nagy JI (1992) Distribution of a novel peptide in the anterior pituitary, gastric pyloric gland and pancreatic islets of rat. J Histochem Cytochem 40:221-229.
  87. Stein MB, Padua RA, Nagy JI, Geiger JD (1992) High affinity 3H-ryanodine binding sites in postmortem human brain: regional distribution and effects of calcium, magnesium and caffeine. Brain Res 585:349-354.
  88. Yamamoto T, Vukelic J, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1992) Differential anatomical and cellular patterns of connexin43 expression during postnatal development of rat brain. Dev Brain Res 66:165-180.
  89. 89. Carr PA, Nagy JI (1993) Emerging relationships between cytochemical properties and sensory modality transmission in primary sensory neurons. Brain Res Bull 30:209-219.
  90. Blondeau JM, Aoki FY, Nagy JI (1993) Immunohistochemical characterization of acute herpes-simplex virus-infection of lumbar dorsal root ganglia in the rat. J Med Micro 38:265-269.
  91. Nagy JI, Yamamoto T, Jordan LM (1993) Evidence for the cholinergic nature of C-terminals associated with subsurface cisterns in .-motoneurons of rat. Synapse 15:17-32.
  92. Yamamoto T, Hossain MZ, Hertzberg EL, Uemura H, Murphy LJ, Nagy JI (1993) Connexin43 in rat pituitary: localization at pituicyte and stellate cell gap junctions and within gonadotrophs. Histochemistry 100:53-64.
  93. Hossain MZ, Murphy LJ, Hertzberg EL, Nagy, J.I. (1994) Phosphorylated forms of connexin43 predominate in rat brain: Demonstration by rapid inactivation of brain metabolism. J.Neurochem 62:2394-2403.
  94. Hossain MZ, Sawchuk MA, Murphy LJ, Hertzberg EL, Nagy, J.I. (1994) Kainic acid induced alterations in antibody recognition of connexin43 and loss of astrocytic gap junctions in rat brain. Glia 10:250-265.
  95. Padua RA, Nagy JI, Geiger JD (1994) Ionic strength-dependence of calcium, adenine nucleotide, magnesium and caffeine actions on ryanodine receptors in rat brain. J Neurochem 62:2340-2348.
  96. Hossain MZ, Peeling J, Sutherland GR, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1994) Ischemia-induced cellular redistribution of the astrocytic gap junctional protein connexin43 in rat brain. Brain Res 652:311-322.
  97. Turley EA, Hossain MZ, Sorokan T, Jordan LM, Nagy JI (1994) Astrocyte and microglial motility in vitro is functionally dependent on the hyaluronan receptor RHAMM. Glia 12:68-80.
  98. Bergman H, Nagy JI, Granholm AC (1995) Intracranial transplantation and survival of tuberomammillary histaminergic neurons. Neuroscience 64:61-70.
  99. Nagy JI, Hacking J, Frankenstein UN, Turley EA (1995 Requirement of the hyaluronan receptor RHAMM in neurite extension and motility as demonstrated in primary neurons and neuronal cell lines. J Neurosci 15:241-252.
  100. Li W, Ochalski PAY, Brimijoin S, Jordan LM, Nagy JI (1995) C-terminals on motoneurons: EM localization of cholinergic markers in adult rats and antibody-induced depletion in neonates. Neuroscience 65:879-891.
  101. Hossain MZ, Ernst LA, Nagy JI (1995) Utility of intensely fluorescent cyanine dyes (Cy3) for assay of gap junctional communication by dye transfer. Neurosci Lett 184:71-74.
  102. Ochalski PAY, Hossain MZ, Sawchuk MA, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1995) Astrocytic gap junction removal, connexin43 redistribution and epitope masking at excitatory amino acid lesion sites in rat brain. Glia 14:279-294.
  103. Sawchuk MA, Hossain MZ, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1995) In situ transblot and immunocytochemical comparisons of astrocytic connexin43 responses to NMDA and kainic acid in rat brain. Brain Res 683:153-157.
  104. Lynn BD, Marotta CA, Nagy JI (1995) Propagation of intercellular calcium waves in PC12 cells overexpressing ./A4 amyloid. Neurosci Lett 199:21-24.
  105. Nagy JI, Hossain MZ, Hertzberg EL, Marotta CF (1996) Induction of connexin43 and gap junctional communication in PC12 cells overexpressing ./A4 amyloid. J Neurosci Res 44:124-132.
  106. Padua RA, Nagy JI, Geiger JD (1996) Subcellular localization of ryanodine receptors in rat brain. Eur J Pharmacol 298: 185-189.
  107. Nagy JI, Hossain MZ, Lynn B, Turley EA (1996) Increased gap junctional communication and connexin43 expression correlated with altered phenotypic characteristics of cells overexpressing the hyaluronan receptor RHAMM. Cell Growth Differ 7:745-751.
  108. Nagy JI, Li W, Hertzberg EL, Marotta CA (1996) Elevated connexin43 immunoreactivity at sites of amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s disease. Brain Res 717:173-178.
  109. Nagy JI, Yamamoto T, Uemura H, Schrader WP (1996) Adenosine deaminase (ADA) in rodent median eminence: Detection with antibody against mouse ADA and co-localization with ADA-complexing protein (CD26). Neuroscience 73:459-471.
  110. Ochalski PAY, Frankenstein UN, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1997) Connexin43 in rat spinal cord: Localization in astrocytes and identification of heterotypic astro-oligodendrocytic gap junctions. Neuroscience 76:931-945.
  111. Nagy JI, Ochalski PAY, Li J, Hertzberg EL (1997) Evidence for the co-localization of another connexin with connexin43 at astrocytic gap junctions in rat brain. Neuroscience 78:533-548.
  112. Theriault E, Frankenstein UN, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1997) Connexin43 and astrocytic gap junctions in the rat spinal cord after acute compression injury. J Comp Neurol 382:199-214.
  113. Li J, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1997) Connexin32 in oligodendrocytes and association with myelinated fibers in mouse and rat brain. J Comp Neurol 379:571-591.
  114. Ni W, Rajkuman K, Nagy JI, Murphy LJ (1997) Impaired brain development and reduced astrocyte response to injury in transgenic mice expressing IGF binding protein-1. Brain Res 769:97-107.
  115. Nagy JI, Li WEI, Roy C, Doble BW, Gilchrist JS, Kardami E, Hertzberg EL (1997) Selective monoclonal antibody recognition and cellular localization of an unphosphorylated form of connexin43. Expt Cell Res 236:127-136.
  116. Nagy JI, Price ML, Staines WA, Lynn BD, Turley EA, Granholm AC (1998) The hyaluronan receptor RHAMM in noradrenergic fibers contributes to axon growth capacity of locus coeruleus neurons in an intraocular transplant model. Neuroscience 86:241-255.
  117. Li WEI, Ochalski PAY, Hertzberg EL, Nagy JI (1998) Immunorecognition, ultrastructure and phosphorylation of astrocytic gap junctions and connexin43 in rat brain after cerebral focal ischemia. Eur J Neurosci 10:2444-2463.
  118. Nagy JI, Patel D, Ochalski PAY, Stelmack GL (1999) Connexin30 in rodent, cat and human brain: selective expression in gray matter astrocytes, co-localization with connexin43 at gap junctions and late developmental appearance. Neuroscience 88:447-468.
  119. Nagy JI, Rash JE (2000) Connexins and gap junctions of astrocytes and oligodendrocytes in the CNS. Brain Res Rev 32:29-44.
  120. Li WEI, Nagy JI (2000) Activation of fibres in rat sciatic nerve alters phosphorylation state of connexin43 at astrocytic gap junctions in spinal cord: Evidence for junction regulation by neuronal-glial interactions. Neuroscience 97:113-123.
  121. Rash JE, Staines WA, Yasumura T, Patel D, Furman CS, Stelmack GL, Nagy JI (2000) Immunogold evidence that neuronal gap junctions in adult rat brain and spinal cord contain connexin36 but not connexin32 or connexin43. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 97:7573-7578.
  122. Li WEI, Nagy JI (2000) Connexin43 phosphorylation state and intercellular communication in cultured astrocytes following hypoxia and protein phosphatase inhibition. Eur J Neurosci 12:2644-2650.
  123. Nagy JI, Li WEI (2000) A brain slice model for in vitro analyses of astrocytic gap junction and connexin43 regulation: Actions of ischemia, glutamate and elevated potassium. Eur J Neurosci 12:4567-4572.
  124. Lynn BD, Turley EA, Nagy JI (2001) Subcellular distribution, calmodulin interaction and mitochondrial association of the hyaluronan-binding protein RHAMM in rat brain. J Neurosci Res 65:6-16.
  125. Lynn BD, X Li PA, Cattini PA, Nagy JI (2001) Sequence, protein expression and ERK association of the hyaladherin RHAMM in PC12 cells. Neurosci Lett 306:49-52.
  126. Lynn BD, Li X, Cattini PA, Turley EA, Nagy JI (2001) Identification of sequence, protein isoforms and distribution of the hyaluronan-binding protein RHAMM in adult and developing rat brain. J Comp Neurol 439:315-330.
  127. Lynn BD, Rempel JL, Nagy JI (2001) Enrichment of neuronal and glial connexins in the postsynaptic density subcellular fraction of rat brain. Brain Res 898:1-8.
  128. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Dudek FE, Nagy JI (2001) Cell-specific expression of connexins and evidence of restricted gap junctional coupling between glial cells and between neurons. J Neurosci 21:1983-2000.
  129. Nagy JI, Rash JE, Li X, Rempel J, Stelmack G, Patel D, Yasumura T, Staines WA (2001) Connexin26 in adult rodent CNS: demonstration at astrocytic gap junctions and co-localization with connexin30 and connexin43. J Comp Neurol 441:302-323.
  130. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Davidson K, Furman CS, Dudek FE, Nagy JI (2001) Identification of cells expressing Cx43, Cx30, Cx26, Cx32 and Cx36 in gap junctions of rat brain and spinal cord. Cell Comm Adhesion 8:315-320.
  131. Li X Lynn BD, Olson C, Meier C, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2002) Connexin29 expression, immunocytochemistry and freeze-fracture replica immunogold labeling (FRIL) in sciatic nerve. Eur J Neurosci 16:795-806.
  132. Beraudi A, Nagy JI, Poli A (2003) Distribution and expression of A1 adenosine receptors, adenosine deaminase and adenosine deaminase-binding protein (CD26) in goldfish brain. Neurochem Int 42:455-464.
  133. Kanayama H, Yasuhara O, Matsuo A, Tooyama MI, Aimi Y, Bellier J-P, Nagy JI, Fukui K, Kimura H (2003) Expression of a splice variant of choline acetyltransferase in magnocellular neurons of the tuberomammillary nucleus of rat. Neuroscience 118:243-251.
  134. Pereda A, O’Brien J, Nagy JI, Bukauskas F, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T, Rash JE (2003) Connexin35 mediates electrical transmission at mixed synapses on Mauthner cells. J Neurosci 23:7489-7503.
  135. Nagy JI, Ionescu AV, Lynn BD, Rash JE (2003) Coupling of astrocyte connexins Cx26, Cx30, Cx43 to oligodendrocyte Cx29, Cx32, Cx47; Implications from normal and connexin32 knockout mice. Glia 44:205-218.
  136. Nagy JI, Ionescu AV, Lynn BD, Rash JE (2003) Connexin29 and connexin32 at oligodendrocyte/astrocyte gap junctions and in myelin of mouse CNS. J Comp Neurol 464:356-370.
  137. McLachlan E, White TW, Ugonabo C, Olson C, Nagy JI, Valdimarsson G (2003) Zebrafish Cx35.1: Cloning and characterization of a gap junction gene highly expressed in retina. J Neurosci Res 73:753-764.
  138. Nagy JI, Rash JE (2003) Astrocyte and oligodendrocyte connexins of the glial syncytium in relation to astrocyte anatomical domains and spatial buffering. Cell Commun Adhes 10:401-406.
  139. Pereda A, O.Brien JO, Nagy JI, Smith M, Bukauskas F, Davidson KGV, Kamasawa N, Yasumura T, Rash JE (2003) Short-range functional interaction between connexin35 and neighboring chemical synapses. Cell Commun Adhes 10:419-423.
  140. Nagy JI, Dudek FE, Rash JE (2004) Update on connexins and gap junctions in neurons and glia in the mammalian nervous system. Brain Res Rev 47:191-215.
  141. Li X, Olson C, Lu S, Kamasawa N, Yasumura T, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2004) Neuronal connexin36 association with zonula occludens-1 protein (ZO-1) in mouse brain and interaction with the first PDZ domain of ZO-1. Eur J Neurosci 19:2132-2146.
  142. Rash JE, Pereda A, Kamasawa N, Furman CS, Yasumura T, Davidson KGV, Dudek FE, Olson C, Li X, Nagy JI (2004) High-resolution proteomic mapping in the vertebrate central nervous system: Close proximity of connexin35 to NMDA glutamate receptor clusters and co-localization of connexin36 with immunoreactivity for zonula occludens protein-1 (ZO-1). J Neurocytol 33:131-151.
  143. Chen VC, Cheng K, Ens W, Standing KG, Nagy JI, Perreault H (2004) Device for the reversed-phase separation and on-target deposition of peptides incorporating a hydrophobic sample barrier for matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry. Anal Chem 76:1189-1196.
  144. Li X, Ionescu AV, Lynn BD, Lu S, Kamasawa N, Morita M, Davidson KG, Yasumura T, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2004) Connexin47, connexin29 and connexin32 co-expression in oligodendrocytes and Cx47 association with zonula occludens-1 (ZO-1) in mouse brain. Neuroscience 126:611-630.
  145. Pereda A, Rash JE, Nagy JI, Bennett, MVL (2004) Dynamics of electrical transmission at club endings on the Mauthner cells. Brain Res Rev 47:227-244.
  146. Li X, Olson C, Lu S, Nagy JI (2004) Association of connexin36 with zonula occludens-1 in HeLa cells, .TC-3 cells, pancreas and adrenal gland. Histochem Cell Biol 122:485-498.
  147. Penes M, Li X, Nagy JI (2005) Expression of zonula occludens-1 (ZO-1) and the transcription factor ZO-1-associated nucleic acid-binding protein (ZONAB/MsY3) in glial cells and co-localization at oligodendrocyte and astrocyte gap junctions in mouse brain. Eur J Neurosci 22:404-418.
  148. Kamasawa N, Sik A, Morita M, Yasumura T, Davidson KGV, Nagy JI, Rash JE (2005) Connexin47 and connexin32 in gap junctions on oligodendrocyte somata, myelin sheaths, paranodal loops and Schmidt-Lanterman incisures: implications for ionic homeostasis and potassium siphoning. Neuroscience 136:65-86.
  149. Salvatori S, Fanin M, Trevisan, CP, Furlan S, Reddy S, Nagy JI, Angelini C (2005) Decreased expression of DMPK: Correlation with CTG repeat expansion and fibre type composition in myotonic dystrophy type 1. Neurol Sci 26:235-242.
  150. Rash JE, Davidson KGV, Kamasawa N, Yasumura T, Kamasawa M, Zhang C, Michaels R, Restrepo D, Ottersen OP, Olson C, Nagy JI (2005) Ultrastructural localization of connexins (Cx36, Cx43, Cx45), glutamate receptors and aquaporin-4 in rodent olfactory mucosa, olfactory nerve and olfactory bulb. J Neurocytol 34:309-342.
  151. Ciolofan C, Li X, Olson O, Kamasawa N, Yasumura T, Morita M, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2006) Association of Connexin36 and ZO-1 with ZO-2 and the MsY3 transcription factor ZO-1-associated nucleic acid-binding protein (ZONAB) in mouse retina. Neuroscience 140:433-451.
  152. Zheng-Fischhofer Q, Ghanem A, Kim J-S, Kibschull M, Schwarz G, Schwab J, Nagy JI, Winterhager E, Tiemann K, Willecke K (2006) Connexin31 cannot functionally replace connexin43 during cardiac morphogenesis in mice. J Cell Sci 119:693-701.
  153. Chen VC, Li X, Perreault H, Nagy JI (2006) Interaction of zonula occludens-1 (ZO-1) with .-actinin-4: application of functional proteomics for identification of PDZ domain-associated proteins. J Proteome Res 5:2123-2134.
  154. Kamasawa N, Furman CS, Davidson KGV, Sampson JA, Magnie AR, Gebhardt BR, Kamasawa M, Yasumura T, Zumbrunnen JR, Pickard GE, Nagy J.I, Rash JE (2006) Abundance and ultrastructural diversity of neuronal gap junctions in the OFF and ON sublaminae of the inner plexiform layer of rat and mouse retina. Neuroscience 142:1093-1117.
  155. Rash JE, Olson CO, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T, Kamasawa N, Nagy JI (2007) Identification of connexin36 in gap junctions between neurons in rodent locus coeruleus. Neuroscience, 147 938-956.
  156. Ciolofan C, Lynn BD, Wellershaus K, Willecke K, Nagy JI (2007) Spatial relationships of connexin36, connexin57 and zonula occludens-1 (ZO-1) in the outer plexiform layer of mouse retina. Neuroscience 148:473-488.
  157. Zheng-Fischhofer Q, Schnichels M, Dere E, Strotmann J, Loscher N, McCulloch F, Kretz M, Reucher H, Nagy JI, Peti-Peterdi J, Huston JP, Breer H, Willecke K (2007) Characterization of connexin30.3-deficient mice suggests a possible role of connexin30.3 in olfaction. Eur J Cell Biol 86:683-700.
  158. Rash JE, Olson CO, Pouliot WA, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T, Furman CS, Royer S, Kamasawa N, Nagy JI, Dudek FE (2007) Connexin36 vs connexin32, .miniature. neuronal gap junctions, and limited electrotonic coupling in rodent suprachiasmatic nucleus. Neuroscience 149:350-371.
  159. Zheng-Fischhofer Q, Kibschull M, Schnichels M, Kretz M, Petrasch-Parwez E, Stromtmann J, Reucher H, Lynn BD, Nagy JI, Lye SJ, Winterhager E, Willecke K (2007) Characterization of connexin31.1 deficient mice reveals impaired placental development. Dev Biol 312:258-271.
  160. Hemming R, Martin DC, Slominski E, Nagy JI, Halayko AJ, Pind S, Triggs-Raine B (2008) Mouse Hyal3 encodes a 45-56 kDa glycoprotein whose overexpression increases hyaluronidase-1 activity in cultured cells. Glycobiology 18:280-289.
  161. Li X, Penes M, Odermatt B, Willecke K, Nagy JI (2008) Ablation of Cx47 in transgenic mice leads to the loss of MUPP1, ZONAB and multiple connexins at oligodendrocyte-astrocyte gap junctions. Eur J Neurosci. 28:1503-17.
  162. Flores CE, Li X, Bennett MV, Nagy JI, Pereda AE (2008) Interaction between connexin35 and zonula ocludens 1 and its potential role in the regulation of electrical synapses. Proc Natl Acad Sci (USA). 105:12545-12550.
  163. Li X, Kamasawa N, Ciolofan C, Olson CO, Lu S, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T, Shigemoto R, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2008) Connexin45-containing neuronal gap junctions in rodent retina also contain connexin36 in both apposing hemiplaques, forming bi-homotypic gap junctions, with scaffolding contributed by zonula occludens-1. J Neurosci. 28:9769-89.
  164. Li X, Lu S, Nagy JI (2009) Direct association of connexin36 with zonula occludens-2 and zonula occludens-3. Neurochem Int 54:393-402.
  165. Vakili H, Jin Y, Nagy JI, Cattini PA (2011) Transgenic mice expressing the human growth hormone gene provide a model system to study human growth hormone synthesis and secretion in non-tumor-derived pituitary cells: Differential effects of dexamethasone and thyroid hormone. Mol Cell Endocrinol 345:48-57.
  166. Nagy JI, Lynn BD, Tress O, Willecke K, Rash JE (2011) Connexin26 expression in brain parenchymal cells demonstrated by targeted connexin ablation in transgenic mice. Eur J Neurosci 34:263-271.
  167. Lynn BD, Tress O, May D, Willecke K, Nagy JI (2011) Ablation of connexin30 in transgenic mice alters expression patterns of connexin26 and connexin32 in glial cells and leptomeninges. Eur J Neurosci 34:1783-1793.
  168. Poritsanos NJ, Lew PS, Mobbs CV, Nagy JI, Ruther U Wong D, Mizuno TM (2011) Impaired hypothalamic Fto expression in response to fasting and glucose in obese mice. Nutri and Diabetes. 1, e19; doi:10.1038/nutd.2011.15.
  169. Li X, Lynn BD, Nagy JI (2012) The effector and scaffolding proteins AF6 and MUPP1 interact with connexin36 and localize at gap junctions that form electrical synapses in rodent brain. Eur J Neurosci 35:166-181.
  170. Curti S, Hoge G, Nagy JI, Pereda AE (2012) Synergy between electrical coupling and membrane properties promotes strong synchronization of neurons of the mesencephalic trigeminal nucleus. J Neurosci 32:4341-4359.
  171. Nagy JI (2012) Evidence for connexin36 localization at hippocampal mossy fiber terminals suggesting mixed chemical/electrical transmission by granule cells. Brain Res 1487:107-122.
  172. Curti S, Hoge G, Nagy JI, Pereda AE (2012) Electrical transmission between mammalian neurons is supported by a small fraction of gap junction channels. J Membr Biol 245:283-90.
  173. Rash JE, Kamasawa N, Davidson KGV, Yasumura T Nagy JI (2012) Connexin composition in apposing gap junction hemiplaques revealed by matched double-replica freeze-fracture replica immunogold labeling. J Membr Biol 245:333-44.
  174. Lynn BD, Li X, Nagy JI (2012) Under construction: Building the macromolecular superstructure and signaling componentsof an electrical synapse. J Membr Biol 245:303-17.
  175. Bautista W, Nagy JI, Dai Y, McCrea DA (2012) Requirement of neuronal connexin36 in pathways mediating presynaptic inhibition of primary afferents in functionally mature mouse spinal cord. J Physiol 590:3821-39.
  176. S.awi.ska U, Miazga K, Cabaj AM, Leszczy.ska A, Majczy.ski H, Nagy JI, Jordan LM (2013) Grafting of fetal brainstem 5-HT neurons into the sublesional spinal cord of paraplegic rats restores coordinated hindlimb locomotion. Exp Neurol 247:572-81.
  177. Nagy JI, Bautista W, Blakley B, Rash JE (2013) Morphologically mixed chemical-electrical synapses formed by primary afferents in rodent vestibular nuclei as revealed by immunofluorescence detection of connexin36 and vesicular glutamate transporter-1. Neuroscience 252:468-488.
  178. Rash JE, Curti S, Vanderpool KG, Kamasawa N, Nannapaneni S, Palacios-Prado N, Flores CE, Yasumura T, O.Brien J, Lynn BD, Bukauskas FF, Nagy JI, Pereda AE (2013) Molecular and functional asymmetry at a vertebrate electrical synapse. Neuron 79:957-969.
  179. Bautista W, Nagy, JI (2014) Connexin36 in gap junctions forming electrical synapses between motoneurons in sexually dimorphic motor nuclei in spinal cord of rat and mouse. Eur J Neurosci 39:771-787.
  180. Bautista W, Rash JE, Vanderpool KG, Yasumura T, Nagy JI (2014) Re-evaluation of connexins associated with motoneurons in rodent spinal cord, sexually dimorphic motor nuclei and trigeminal motor nucleus. Eur J Neurosci 39:757-770.
  181. Bautista W, McCrea DA, Nagy JI (2014) Connexin36 identified at morphologically mixed chemical/electrical synapses on trigeminal motoneurons and at primary afferent terminals on spinal cord neurons in adult mouse and rat. Neuroscience 263:159-180.
  182. Nagy JI, Urena-Ramirez V, Ghia J-E (2014) Functional alterations in gut contractility after connexin36 ablation and evidence for gap junctions forming electrical synapses between nitrergic enteric neurons. FEBS Letts 588:1480-90.
  183. Palacios-Prado N, Chapuis S, Panjkovich A, Fregeac J, Nagy JI, Bukauskas FF (2014) Molecular determinants of magnesium-dependent synaptic plasticity at electrical synapses formed by connexin36. Nature Comm 5:1-13.
  184. Rash JE, Kamasawa N, Vanderpool KG, Yasumura T, O.Brien J, Nannapaneni S, Pereda A, Nagy JI (2015) Heterotypic gap junctions at glutamatergic mixed synapses are abundant in goldfish brain. Neuroscience 285:166-193.
  185. Blakley BW, Garcia CEA, da Sliva SR, FlorĂȘncio VMB, Nagy JI (2015) Elevated auditory brainstem response thresholds in mice with Connexin36 gene ablation. Acta Oto-Laryngologica. 135: 814-818.
  186. Rubio ME, Nagy JI (2015) Connexin36 expressionin major centers of the auditory system in the CNS of mouse and rat: evidence for neurons forming purely electrical synapses and morphologically mixed synapses. Neuroscience. 303:604-629.
  187. Rash JE, Vanderpool KG, Yasumura T, Hickman J, Beatty JT, Nagy JI (2016) KV1 channels identified in rodent myelinated axons, linked to Cx29 in innermost myelin: Support for electrically-active myelin in mammalian saltatory conduction. J Neurophysiol 115:1836-1859.
  188. Tsao DD, Wang SG, Lynn BD, Nagy JI (2017) Immunofluorescence reveals unusual patterns of labelling for connexin43 localized to calbindin-D28K-positive interstitial cells in the pineal gland. Eur J Neurosci 45:1553-1569.
  189. Wang SG, Tsao DD, Vanderpool KG, Yasumura T, Rash JE, Nagy JI (2017) Connexin36 localization to pinealocytes in the pineal gland of mouse and rat. Eur J Neurosci. 45:1594-1605.
  190. Nagy JI, Rash JE (2017) Cx36, Cx43 and Cx45 in mouse and rat cerebellar cortex: species-specific expression, compensation in Cx36 null mice and co-localization in neurons vs. glia. Eur J Neurosci 46:1790-1804.
  191. Nagy JI, Pereda AE, Rash JE (2017) On the occurrence and enigmatic functions of mixed (chemical plus electrical) synapses in the mammalian CNS. Neurosci Lett., doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2017.09.021. [Epub ahead of print].
  192. Lingling Lu L, Hogan-Cann AD, Globa AK, Lu P, Nagy JI, Bamji SX, Anderson CM (2017) Astrocytes drive cortical vasodilatory signaling by activating endothelial NMDA receptors. J Cerel Blood Flow Metab DOI: 10.1177/0271678X17734100 pp 1.16.
  193. Nagy JI, Rash JE (2017) Electrical synapses: New rules for assembling an old structures asymmetrically. Curr Biol 27:1214-1216.
  194. Nagy JI, Pereda AE, Rash JE (2018) Electrical synapses in mammalian CNS: Past eras, present focus and future directions. Biochim Biophys Acta 1860:102-123.
  195. Nagy JI, Lynn BD, Senecal JMM, Stecina K (2018) Connexin36 expression in primary afferent neurons in relation to the axon reflex and modality coding of somatic sensation. Neuroscience 383:216-234.
  196. Nagy JI, Lynn BD (2018) Structural and intermolecular associations between connexin36 and protein components of the adherens junction-neuronal gap junction complex. Neuroscience 384:241-261.
  197. Lynn BD, Li X, Hormuzdi SG, Griffiths, EK, McGlade CJ, Nagy JI (2018) E3 ubiquitin ligases LNX1 and LNX2 localize at neuronal gap junctions formed by connexin36 in rodent brain and molecularly interact with connexin36. Eur J Neurosi. 48:3062-3081.

 

Book Chapters

Nagy JI (1982) Capsaicin: A chemical probe for sensory neuron mechanisms. In: Handbook of Psychopharmacology. Vol. 15:185.235. (Eds. Iversen LL, Snyder SD, Iversen SD) Plenum Press, New York.

Nagy JI, Hunt SP, Iversen LL Emson PC (1983) Effects of capsaicin on dorsal root afferents. In: Advances in Pain Research and Therapy, Vol. 5:77.82. Raven Press, New York.

Hunt SP, Nagy JI, Ninkovic M, Iversen LL (1982) A cytochemical analysis of the inter.relationships between the dorsal root and the dorsal horn. In: Cytochemical Methods in Neuroanatomy (Eds. Palay S, Chan.Palay, pp165. 178. AR Liss, New York.

Iversen LL, Nagy JI, Emson PC, Lee CM, Hanley M, Sandberg B, Ninkovic M, Hunt SP (1982) Substance P, enkephalins and the problem of pain. In: Chemical Transmission 75 years (Eds. Stjarne L, Hedquist P, Lagercrantz H, WenalmA) Academic Press, pp. 501.512,.

Hunt SP, Nagy JI, Ninkovic M (1982) Peptides and the organization of the dorsal horn. In: Brain Stem Control of Spinal Mechanisms. (Eds. Bjorklung A, Sjolund, B) 159.178. Elsevier Press, New York.

Nagy JI, LaBella LA, Daddona PE (1984) Purinergic mechanisms in antidromic vasodilation and neurogenic inflammation. In: Antidromic vasodilation and neurogenic inflammation (Eds. Chahl LA, Szolcsanyi J, Lembeck F) Hungarian Akademia Kiado, Hungary. pp. 193.206.

Nagy JI (1985) Capsaicin’s actions on the nervous system. In: Neurotransmitters in Action (Ed. Bousfield D) Elsevier, Amsterdam pp. 180.187.

Nagy, J.I., Yamamoto, T., Shiosaka, S., Dewar, K.M., Whittaker, M.E. and Hertzberg, E.L. (1988) Immunohistochemical localization of gap junction protein in rat CNS: A preliminary account. In: Modern Cell Biology, Vol. 7 (Eds. Hertzberg, E.L. and Johnson, R.G.) Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York pp. 375.389.

Geiger, J.D. and Nagy, J.I. (1990) Adenosine deaminase and 3H.nitrobenzylthioinosine as markers of adenosine metabolism and transport in central purinergic systems. In: Adenosine and Adenosine Receptors. (Ed. Williams, M.) Human Press, New Jersey pp. 225.288.

Geiger, J.D., Padua, R.A. and Nagy, J.I. (1990) Adenosine deaminase and adenosine transport systems in rat CNS. In: Purines in Cellular Signalling: Targets for New Drugs. (Eds. Jacobson, K., Daly, J. and Manganiello, V.) Springer.Verlag, New York. pp. 20-25.

Staines, W.A. and Nagy, J.I. (1991) Neurotransmitter coexistence in the tuberomammillary nucleus. In: Histaminergic Neurons: Morphology and Function (Eds. Watanabe, T. and Wada, H.) CRC Press, Japan. pp. 163-176.

Geiger, J.D., Padua, R.A. and Nagy, J.I. (1991) Adenosine deaminase regulation of purine actions. In: Purinergic Regulation of Cell Function (Ed. Phillis, J.W.) CRC Press, Florida. pp. 71-84.

Yamamoto, T., Hertzberg, E.L. and Nagy, J.I. (1995) Differential distribution of connexin43 – immunoreactive gap junctions in the rat adrenal cortex. In: Progress in Cell Biology, Vol. 14 (Ed. K. Kanno et al) Elsevier Science Amsterdam, pp. 289-292.

Nagy, J.I. and Dermietzel, R. (2000) Gap junctions and connexins in the mammalian central nervous system. In: Advances in Molecular and Cell Biology (Ed. Hertzberg, E.L.), Vol. 18, JAI Press Co.

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