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Boer, G.J., van Esseveldt, K.E., Dijkhuizen, P.A., Hermens, W.T.J.M.C., te Beek, E.T., van Heerikhuize, J.J., Poldervaart, H.A., Verhaagen, J, Adenoviral vector-mediated expression of neurtrophin-3 increases neuronal survival in suprachiasmatic nucleus grafts, Exp. Neurology 169,  364-375 (2001)

Van Esseveldt, K.E., Lehman, M.N., Boer, G.J., The suprachiasmatic nucleus and the circadian time-keeping system revisited, Brain Res. Rev. 33, 34-77 (2000)

Boer, G.J., Van Esseveldt, K.E., Van der Geest, B.A.M., Duindam, H., Rietveld, W.J., Vasopressin-deficient suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) grafts re-instate circadian rhythmcity in SCN-lesioned arhythmic rats, Neuroscience 89, 375-385 (1999)
Van Esseveldt, K.E., Van der Geest, B.A.M.,Duindam, H., Rietveld, W.P., Boer, G.J., Circadian rhythmicity of vasopressin levels in the cerebrospinal fluid of suprachiasmatic nucleus-lesioned and -grafted rats, J. Biol. Rhythms 14, 27-35 (1999)

Van Esseveldt, K.E., Hermens, W.T.J.M.C., Verhaagen, J., Boer, G.J., Transplantation of fetal rat suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) genetically modified via adenovirus-mediated gene transfer. In Excerpta Medica Int. Congress Series 1152 ‘Biological Clocks. Mechanisms and Applications’, ed. Y. Touitou, Elsevier, Amsterdam (1998) 97-102
Van Esseveldt, K.E., Hermens, W.T.J.M.C., Verhaagen, J., Boer, G.J., Transgene expression in rat fetal brain grafts is maintained for 7 months after ex vivo adenoviral vector-mediated gene transfer, Neurosci. Lett. 240, 116-120 (1998)
Boer, G.J., Van Esseveldt, K.E., Rietveld, W.J., Cellular requirements of suprachiasmatic nucleus transplants for restoration of circadian rhythm, Chronobiol. Int. 15, 551-566 (1998)

Boer, G.J., Van Esseveldt, K.E., Hermens, W.T.J.M.C., Liu, R., Verhaagen, J., Long-term transgene expression in fetal rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurografts following ex vivo adenoviral vector-mediated gene transfer. Exp. Neurol. 145, 535-545 (1997)
Boer, G.J., Neurotransplantation of the biological clock in mammals, importance and perspectives, Biol. Rhythm Res. 28, 272-282 (1997)
Hoes, M.W.N., Duindam, H., Boer, G.J., Marani, E., Rietveld, W.J., Transplantation of fetal SCN in normal rhythmic rats induces changes in circadian rhythmicity of eating, Biol. Rhythm Res. 28,  283-298 (1997)
Van Esseveldt, K.E., Liu, R., Hermens, W.T.J.M.C., Verhaagen, J., Boer, G.J., Adenoviral vector-mediated gene transfer and neurotransplantation: possibilities and limitations in grafting of the fetal suprachiasmatic nucleus, J. Neurosc. Meth. 71, 113-123 (1997)

Boer, G.J., Griffioen, H.A., Duindam, H., Van der Woude, T.P. and Rietveld, W.J., Light/dark effects of behavioral rhythms in suprachiasmatic nucleus implants, J. Interdisc. Cycle Res. 24, 118-136 (1993)
Griffioen, H.A., Duindam, H., Van der Woude, T.P., Rietveld, W.J., Boer, G.J., Functional development of fetal suprachiasmatic nucleus grafts in suprachiasmatic nucleus-lesioned rats. Brain Res. Bull. 31, 145-160 (1993)
Rietveld, W.J., Marani, E., Hoes, M.W.N., Boon, M.E., Griffioen, H.A., Boer, G.J., The use of neurobiological tools in the analysis of the central control of circadian rhythmicity. In New functional aspects of the supra¬chias-matic nucleus of the hypothalamus (Nakagawa, H., Oomura, Y., Nagai, K. eds.) John Libbey, pp. 193-197 (1993)

Boer, G.J., Griffioen, H.A., Saeed, P., Grafted fetal suprachiasmatic nucleus cells survive much better in tissue pieces than in suspension. Rest. Neurol. Neurosc. 4, 261-269 (1992)
Griffioen, H.A., Van der Beek, E.M., Boer, G.J., Gelatin embedding to preserve lesion-damaged hypothalami and intracerebroventricular grafts for vibratome slicing and immunocytochemistry. J. Neurosci. Methods 43, 43-47 (1992)

Boer, G.J. and Griffioen, H.A., Developmental and functional aspects of grafting of the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the Brattleboro rat and the arhythmic rat. Eur. J. Morphology 28, 330-345 (1990)

Boer, G.J., Gash, D.M., Dick, L. and Schluter, N., Vasopressin neuron survival in neonatal Brattleboro rats; critical factors in graft development and innervation of the host brain. Neuroscience 15, 1087-1109 (1985)

Boer, G.J., Schluter, N. and Gash, D.H., A procedure for small volume brain grafting; vasopressin cells in neonatal and adult Brattleboro rats. J. Neurosci. Meth. 11, 39-45 (1984).

Gash, D.M., Boer, G.J., Notter, M.F.D. and Sladek Jr., J.R., Transplanted vasopressin neurons and central nervous system effects of vasopressin. In: The Neurohypophysis, B.A. Cross and G. Leng (eds.), Progress in Brain Research, Vol. 60, Elsevier Biomedical Press, Amsterdam (1983) 189-195
Gash, D.M., Boer, G.J., Notter, M.F.D. and Sladek Jr., J.R., Development and function of transplanted vasopressin neurons. Psychopharm. Bull. 19, 308-310 (1983)