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The following references apply to neurons in this blog, and I used them to develop the basis of my theories.

Understanding Context Bibliographic References by Topic
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Alberts 1989 Molecular Biology of the Cell
Bienenstock 1982 Theory of the Development of Neuron electivity: Orientation Specificity and Binocular Interaction in the Visual Cortex
Carpenter 1978 Core Text of Neuroanatomy 2nd ed.
Cooper 1985 Electrical and Ionic Controls of Tissue Cell Locomotion in DC Electric Fields
Corsi 1991 The Enchanted Loom: Chapters in the History of Neuroscience
Curtis 1990 Neurosciences: The Basics
Gluhbegovic 1980 The Human Brain
Hameroff 1982 Information Processing in Microtubules
Harris 1988 Study of Dendritic Spines by Serial Electron Microscopy 3-Dimensional Reconstructions
Hodgkin 1964 The Conduction of the Nerve Impulse
Hubel 1968 Receptive Fields and Functional Architecture of Monkey Striate Cortex
Hubel 1979 Brain Mechanisms of Vision
Hubel 1988 Eye Brain and Vision
Kandel 1985 Principles of Neural Science 2nd ed.
Kater 1985 Biology of the Nerve Growth Cone
Kuffler 1984 From Neuron to Brain
Linck 1982 Structure and Chemical Composition of Insoluable Filamentous Components of Sperm Flagellar Microtubules
Linck 1989 Microtubule Structure and Function
Llinás 1989 The Biology of the Brain: From Neurons to Networks
Nathanson 1977 Second Messengers in the Brain
Nolte 1981 The Human Brain
Pansky 1988 Review of Neuroscience 2nd ed.
Peters 1991 The Fine Structure of the Nervous System
Rosenblatt 1958 The Perceptron: A Probabilistic Model for Information Storage & Organization in the Brain
Steinert 1988 Molecular and Cellular Biology of Intermediate Filaments
Stevens 1988 Development and Control of Axial Neurite Form: A Serial Electron Microscopic Analysis
Stevens 1989 The Neuron
Trinkaus 1985 Directional Cell Movement
von der Malsburg 1973 Self-Organization of Orientation Sensitive Cells in the Striate Cortex
Williams 1975 Functional Neuroanatomy of Man 

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