Alfred Gierer

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A Gierer, "The Hydra model: a model for what?," International Journal of Developmental Biology 56 (6-8), 437-445 (2012).
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A Gierer, "Brain, mind and limitations of a scientific theory of human consciousness," Bioessays 30 (5), 499-505 (2008).
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A Gierer, "Human brain evolution, theories of innovation, and lessons from the history of technology," Journal of Biosciences 29 (3), 235-244 (2004).
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A Gierer, "Theoretical approaches to holistic biological features: Pattern formation, neural networks and the brain-mind relation," Journal of Biosciences 27 (3), 195-205 (2002).
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H Meinhardt and A Gierer, "Pattern formation by local self-activation and lateral inhibition," Bioessays 22 (8), 753-760 (2000).
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S Reimann, JM Fuster, A Gierer, G Mayer-Kress , TR Neumann, P Roelfsema, S Rotter, G Schoner , A Stephan, E Vaadia, and H Walter, "Emergent properties of natural and artificial systems," Zeitschrift für Naturforschung, C: Journal of Biosciences 53 (7-8), 770-774 (1998).
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CM Müller and CB Griesinger, "Tissue plasminogen activator mediates reverse occlusion plasticity in visual cortex," Nature Neuroscience 1 (1), 47-53 (1998).
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A Gierer, "Possible involvement of gradients in guidance of receptor cell axons towards their target position on the olfactory bulb," European Journal of Neuroscience: European Neuroscience Association 10 (1), 388-391 (1998).
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VM Schoop, S Gardziella, and CM Müller, "Critical period-dependent reduction of the permissiveness of cat visual cortex tissue for neuronal adhesion and neurite growth," European Journal of Neuroscience: European Neuroscience Association 9 (9), 1911-1922 (1997).
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H Meinhardt, "Biological pattern formation as a complex dynamic phenomenon," International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering 7 (1), 99-132 (1997).
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B Weiss, D Del Turco, and PG Layer, "Proliferating and differentiating Schwann cell cultures from embryonic chick sciatic nerve maintained for months in vitro without antimitotics or growth factors," European Journal of Cell Biology: EJCB 70 (2), 106-116 (1996).
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A Gierer and CM Müller, "Development of layers, maps and modules," Current Opinion in Neurobiology 5 (1), 91-97 (1995).
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H Baier, S Rotter, and S Korsching, "Connectional topography in the zebrafish olfactory system: Random positions but regular spacing of sensory neurons projecting to an individual glomerulus," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 91 (24), 11646-11650 (1994).
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H Meinhardt, "Biological pattern formation: new observations provide support for theoretical predictions," Bioessays 16 (9), 627-632 (1994).
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A Gierer, "Networks of gene regulation, neural development and the evolution of general capabilities, such as human empathy," Zeitschrift für Naturforschung, C: Journal of Biosciences 53 (7-8), 716-722 (1988).
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A Gierer, "Spatial organization and genetic information in brain development," Biological Cybernetics 59 (1), 13-21 (1988).
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PG Layer, S Rommel, HH Bülthoff, and R Hengstenberg, "Independent spatial waves of biochemical differentiation along the surface of chicken brain as revealed by the sequential expression of acetylcholinesterase," Cell and Tissue Research 251 (3), 587-595 (1988).
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H Meinhardt and M Klingler, "A model for pattern formation on the shells of molluscs," Journal of Theoretical Biology 126 (1), 63-89 (1987).
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G Vollmer, PG Layer, and A Gierer, "Reaggregation of embryonic chick retina cells: pigment epithelial cells induce a high order of stratification," Neuroscience Letters 48 (2), 191-196 (1984).

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A Gierer, Eriugena, al-Kindi, Nikolaus von Kues: Protagonisten einer wissenschaftsfreundlichen Wende im philosophischen und theologischen Denken. (Barth, Leipzig, Germany, 1999).
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