R.D. Hamer

Jampolsky, A., Norcia, A. M., & Hamer, R. D. (1994). Preoperative alternate occlusion decreases motion processing abnormalities in infantile esotropia. Journal Of Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus, 31(1). 10.3928/0191-3913-19940101-04 (Original work published January 1, 1994)
Norcia, A. M., Hamer, R. D., Jampolsky, A., & Orel-Bixler, D. (1995). Plasticity of human motion processing mechanisms following surgery for infantile esotropia. Vision Research, 35, 3279–3296.
Navid, A., Nicholas, S. C., & Hamer, R. D. (2006). A proposed role for all-trans retinal in regulation of rhodopsin regeneration in human rods. Vision Research, 46, 4449-4463. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2006.07.035
Hamer, R. D., Nicholas, S. C., Tranchina, D., Lamb, T. D., & Jarvinen, J. L. P. (2005). Toward a unified model of vertebrate rod phototransduction. Visual Neuroscience, 22, 417-436. 10.1017/S0952523805224045 (Original work published 7 C.E.)
Hamer, R. D., Nicholas, S. C., Tranchina, D., Liebman, P. A., & Lamb, T. D. (2003). Multiple Steps of Phosphorylation of Activated Rhodopsin Can Account for the Reproducibility of Vertebrate Rod Single-photon Responses. The Journal Of General Physiology" Volume = "122, 419-444. 10.1085/jgp.200308832