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The following are publications written by Dr. Peter Cauwenbergs.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1981): The Effects of Retinoic Acid on Craniofacial Development in Golden Syrian Hamsters. M.Sc. Thesis. Medical Library, University of Toronto.
Wiley, M. J. Cauwenbergs, P. and Taylor, I. M. (1983): Effects of retinoic acid on the development of the facial skeleton in hamsters: early changes involving cranial neural crest cells. Acta Anat. 116:180 192.
Butler, J. Cauwenbergs, P. and Cosmos, E. (1986): Fate of Brachial Muscles of the Chick Embryo Innervated by Inappropriate Nerves: Structural, Functional and Histochemical Analyses. J. Embryol. Exp. Morph. 95:147 168.
Cauwenbergs, P. Butler, J. and Cosmos, E. (1986): Impaired muscle nerve interaction (motility) characterizes the brachial region of dystrophic embryos. Exp. Neurol. 94:41 53.
Cauwenbergs, P. Butler, J. and Cosmos, E. (1986): Intraspecific chick/chick Chimaeras: Dystrophic somites transplanted to a normal host form muscles with a dystrophic phenotype. Neurosci. Lettr. 68(2):149 154.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1987): Intrinsic versus extrinsic factors associated with embryonic nerve muscle specificity. Ph.D. Thesis. McMaster University.
Butler, J. Cosmos, E. and Cauwenbergs, P. (1988): Positional signals: Evidence for a role in muscle fibre type patterning in the embryonic avian limb. Development 102:763 772.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1995): Vertebral Subluxation and the Anatomic Relationships of the Autonomic Nervous System. In 'Foundations of Chiropractic: Subluxation (M. Gatterman, Ed.). Mosby Year Book, Inc. St. Louis, pp. 234-266.
Cauwenbergs, P. (2007): Motor and Sensory Spinal Nerve Rootlets Exhibit Disparate Developmental Patterns In The Human. Spine (In Preparation)
Cauwenbergs, P. Wiley, M. J. and Taylor, I. M. (1978): Retinoic acid induced developmental abnormalities of the orbit and eye. Programme and Proceedings Can. Fed. Biol. Soc.21:628.
Cauwenbergs, P. Cosmos, E. and Butler, J. (1983): Alterations of wing motility and motoneuron number following heterotopic neural tube transplantation in chick embryos. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 9:373.
Cauwenbergs, P. Cosmos, E. and Butler, J. (1986): Pattern of neuronal cell death within the medial motor column (MMC) of a thoracic neural tube transplanted to the brachial region (Thor Br) of chick embryos. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr.12(2):871.
Cauwenbergs, P. and Govind, C. K. (1987): Regeneration of Axons and associated neuropil in claws of developing lobsters. (Homarus Americanus). Soc Neurosci. Abstr. 13(2):973.
Cauwenbergs, P., Butler, J. and Cosmos, E. (1988): Peripheral outgrowth of sympathetic preganglionic neurites from an heterotopic thoracic neural tube transplant. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14(2):867.
Cosmos, E., Butler, J. and Cauwenbergs, P. (1988): Two step muscle transplantation technique to determine the origin of the dystrophic phenotype. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 14(2):1141.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1991): Ablation of the thoracolumbar neural tube in chick embryos promotes survival of cervical preganglionic neurons. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 17(2):1124.
Cauwenbergs, P., Norton, J. T. and Colburn, D. W. (1992): Sympathetic trunk ganglia are normal structurally but exhibit abnormal growth patterns in experimental (Thor-Br) chick embryos. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 18(1): 50.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1993): Reduced survival of postganglionic sympathetic neurons in experimental (Thor-Br) chick embryos. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 19(1):441.
Cauwenbergs, P., & Missaghi, B. (1994): Survival of postganglionic sympathetic neurons is dependant on preganglionic innervation in experimental (Thor-R) chick embryos. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 20(1): 686.
Cauwenbergs, P., & Nichols, J. (1995): Adjacent Cervical Spinal Nerves Exhibit a High Incidence of Conjoined Nerve Rootlets in Humans. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 21(1): 147.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1997): A New Combined Didactic And Case-Based Approach Promotes Active Learning In The Anatomical Sciences. J. Chiro. Educ. 10(4): S45.
Cauwenbergs, P. (1997): Motor And Sensory Spinal Nerve Rootlets Exhibit Disparate Developmental Patterns In The Human. Soc. Neurosci. Abst. 23(2): 606.
Cauwenbergs, P. and Swyszcz, O. (1999): Integrated, Case-Based Multidisciplinary Teaching: Assimilation of Foundation and Clinical Competencies for Novice Chiropractic Students. J. Chiropractic Education 13(1): 58-59.
Cauwenbergs, P., Jones, A. and Zabobonin, A. (1999): Post-Embalming Perfusion with Infutrace TM Limits Exposure to Noxious Fixatives. Clin. Anat. Abst. 12(6): 434.
Cauwenbergs, P. (2004) : Integrated Case-based, R-Type Multiple Choice Assessments : A Novel Approach to Student Evaluation in the Basic Sciences. Presented at the Annual meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. July 2004.
Cauwenbergs, P.(2006) : Student performance is enhanced by integrated teaching and assessment. Presented at the Annual meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators. July 2006.
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