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2001 Neurogenesis in the spider Cupiennius salei. Stollewerk A, Weller M, Tautz D Development Cambridge England, 128(14), 2673-2688p
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2002 Neurogenic genes in the spider Cupiennius salei Stollewerk A, Tautz D Zoology Jena, 105(Supplement 5), 15p Journal Article 1
2007 Duplicated Hox genes in the spider Cupiennius salei Pechmann M, Schwager E, Schoppmeier M, Damen W Frontiers in Zoology, 4(1), 10p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1838909 pmid:17355624 other:1742-9994-4-10 pmc_id:1838909 doi:10.1186/1742-9994-4-10
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2008 The American Wandering Spider Cupiennius salei. Prpic N, Damen W, Schoppmeier M CSH protocols, 2008(6), pdb.emo103p
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1992 The quality of vision in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei Land M, Barth F Journal of Experimental Biology, 164(1), 227-242p Journal Article 4
1992 THE QUALITY OF VISION IN THE CTENID SPIDER CUPIENNIUS-SALEI LAND M, BARTH F Journal of Experimental Biology, 164, 227-242p Generic 1
1992 The quality of vision in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei Land M, Barth F Journal of Experimental Biology, 164, 227–242p Journal Article 1
2011 Colour blindness of the movement-detecting system of the spider Cupiennius salei. Orlando E, Schmid A Journal of Experimental Biology, 214(Pt 4), 546-550p
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2004 Biochemistry, toxicology and ecology of the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W Toxicon, 43(5), 543-553p
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pmid:15066412 issn:00410101 doi:10.1016/j.toxicon.2004.02.009
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2011 The embryonic development of the central American wandering spider Cupiennius salei Wolff C, Hilbrant M Frontiers in Zoology, 8(1), 15p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3141654 pmid:21672209 other:1742-9994-8-15 pmc_id:3141654 doi:10.1186/1742-9994-8-15
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1998 Different functions of different eye types in the spider Cupiennius salei. Schmid A Journal of Experimental Biology, 201(Pt 2), 221-225p
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1996 Mechanism and possible behavioural relevance of retinal movements in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei Schmid A, Kaps F Journal of Experimental Biology, 199(Pt 11), 2451p
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1993 Vision in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei: spectral range and absolute sensitivity Barth F, Nakagawa T, Eguchi E Journal of Experimental Biology, 181, 63-79p
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1998 Different functions of different eye types in the spider Cupiennius salei Schmid A Journal of Experimental Biology, 201, 221–225.p Journal Article 2
2004 Biochemistry, toxicology and ecology of the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 43(5), 543-553p
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1998 Quantifying the venom dose of the spider Cupiennius salei using monoclonal antibodies. Malli H, Imboden H, Kuhn-Nentwig L Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 36(12), 1959-1969p
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1994 Hygro-and thermoreceptive tarsal organ in the spider Cupiennius salei Ehn R, Tichy H Carbon, 174(3), 345-350p
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1979 CUPIENNIUS SALEI KEYS. (ARANEAE) INTHE HIGHLANDS OF CENTRAL GUATEMALA Barth F, Seyfarth E Journal of Arachnology, 7, 255-263p Journal Article 1
1979 Cupiennius salei Keys. (Araneae) in the Highlands of Central Guatemala Barth F, Seyfarth E Journal of Arachnology, 7(3), 255-263p Journal Article 1
1961 Untersuchungen Über den geruchssinn der spinnenart Cupiennius salei keyserling Keller L Zeitschrift Für Vergleichende Physiologie, 44, 576-612p Journal Article 1
1963 Filmbeschreibung: Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae) - Kokonbau und Eiablage Wolf G Institut für den wissenschaftlichen Film, , 3-7p, 3 Journal Article 1
2006 a New Species of Cupiennius (Araneae, Ctenidae) Coexisting With Cupiennius Salei in a Mexican Mangrove Forest Medina Soriano F Journal of Arachnology, 34(1), 135-141p
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2008 Cupiennius salei and Achaearanea tepidariorum: Spider models for investigating evolution and development. Prpic N, Pechmann M, Damen W, Schwager E, Hilbrant M, McGregor A BioEssays news and reviews in molecular cellular and developmental biology, 30(5), 487-498p
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2006 Olfactory information saves venom during prey-capture of the hunting spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae: Ctenidae) Hostettler S, Nentwig W Functional Ecology, 20(2), 369-375p
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issn:02698463 doi:10.1111/j.1365-2435.2006.01103.x
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2009 The role of Notch signalling and numb function in mechanosensory organ formation in the spider Cupiennius salei. Gold K, Cotton J, Stollewerk A Developmental Biology, 327(1), 121-131p, 121
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2004 Expression patterns of leg genes in the mouthparts of the spider Cupiennius salei (Chelicerata: Arachnida). Prpic N, Damen W Development Genes and Evolution, 214(6), 296-302p
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pmid:15014991
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2008 Evolutionary changes in sensory precursor formation in arthropods: embryonic development of leg sensilla in the spider Cupiennius salei. Seyfarth E, Stollewerk A Developmental Biology, 313(2), 659-673p
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pmid:18054903
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1997 Fine structural correlates of sensitivity in the eyes of the ctenid spider, Cupiennius salei Keys. Barth F, Eguchi E, Grusch M Tissue cell, 29(4), 421-430p
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pmid:18627824
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2000 The influence of hunger and breeding temperature on the venom production of the spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae, Ctenidae). Nentwig W, Vapenik Z Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 38(2), 293-298p
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pmid:10665809
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2001 Female sex pheromone of a wandering spider ( Cupiennius salei ): identification and sensory reception Tichy H, Gingl E, Ehn R, Papke M, Schulz S Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, 187(1), 75-78p
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issn:03407594 isbn:4314277955 doi:10.1007/s003590000175
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2005 Suppressor of Hairless and Presenilin phenotypes imply involvement of canonical Notch-signalling in segmentation of the spider Cupiennius salei. Damen W, Schoppmeier M Developmental Biology, 280(1), 211-224p
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pmid:15766760
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2010 Cupiennius salei: biomechanical properties of the tibia-metatarsus joint and its flexing muscles. Siebert T, Weihmann T, Rode C, Blickhan R Journal of comparative physiology B Biochemical systemic and environmental physiology, 180(2), 199-209p
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2008 Cupiennius salei and Achaearanea tepidariorum: Spider models for investigating evolution and development. Prpic N, Pechmann M, Damen W, Schwager E, Hilbrant M, McGregor A BioEssays, 30(5), 487-98p
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pmid:18404731 issn:15211878 doi:10.1002/bies.20744
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1993 Two visual systems in one brain: neuropils serving the secondary eyes of the spider Cupiennius salei. Barth F, Strausfeld N Journal of Comparative Neurology, 328(1), 43-62p
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pmid:7679122
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2009 In search of differences between the two types of sensory cells innervating spider slit sensilla (Cupiennius salei Keys.). Barth F, Molina J, Schaber C Journal Of Comparative Physiology A Neuroethology Sensory Neural And Behavioral Physiology, 195(11), 1031-1041p
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pmid:19760269
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1998 A Hox class 3 orthologue from the spider Cupiennius salei is expressed in a Hox-gene-like fashion. Tautz D, Damen W Development Genes and Evolution, 208(10), 586-590p
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pmid:9811977
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2005 Spider venom: enhancement of venom efficacy mediated by different synergistic strategies in Cupiennius salei. Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W, Wullschleger B Journal of Experimental Biology, 208(Pt 11), 2115-2121p
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pmid:15914655
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1999 Effects of size, motility and paralysation time of prey on the quantity of venom injected by the hunting spider Cupiennius salei. Malli H, Imboden H, Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W Journal of Experimental Biology, 202(Pt 15), 2083-2089p
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pmid:10393823
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2010 Ctenidins: antimicrobial glycine-rich peptides from the hemocytes of the spider Cupiennius salei. Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W, Baumann T, Kämpfer U, Schürch S, Largiadèr C Cellular and molecular life sciences CMLS, 67(16), 2787-2798p
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pmid:20369272
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1993 Two visual systems in one brain: neuropils serving the principal eyes of the spider Cupiennius salei. Barth F, Strausfeld N, Weltzien P Journal of Comparative Neurology, 328(1), 63-75p
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pmid:7679123
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1997 Acetylcholine and histamine are transmitter candidates in identifiable mechanosensitive neurons of the spider Cupiennius salei: an immunocytochemical study. Fabian R, Seyfarth E Cell and Tissue Research, 287(2), 413-423p
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pmid:8995212
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1996 Spectral Sensitivity of Single Photoreceptor Cells in the Eyes of the Ctenid Spicier Cupiennius salei Keys Barth F, Walla P, Eguchi E Zoological Science, 13(1), 199-202p
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issn:02890003 doi:10.2108/zsj.13.199
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1994 Injection of venom into an insect prey by the free hunting spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae, Ctenidae) Boevé J Journal of Zoology, 234(1), 165-175p
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issn:09528369 doi:10.1111/j.1469-7998.1994.tb06063.x
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1993 Central projections of cheliceral mechanoreceptors in the spider Cupiennius salei (Arachnida, Araneae) Barth F, Gorb S, Anton S Journal of Morphology, 217(2), 129–136p Journal Article 4
2005 Viscosity-mediated motion coupling between pairs of trichobothria on the leg of the spider Cupiennius salei Barth F, Bathellier B, Albert J, Humphrey J Journal Of Comparative Physiology A Neuroethology Sensory Neural And Behavioral Physiology, 191(8), 733-746p
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oai_id:oai:eprints.ucl.ac.uk.OAI2:62154 pmid:16041533
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1999 Peripheral synapses at identifiable mechanosensory neurons in the spider Cupiennius salei: synapsin-like immunoreactivity. Fabian-Fine R, Volknandt W, Seyfarth E Cell and Tissue Research, 295(1), 13-19p
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pmid:9931349
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2002 Cupiennin 1, a new family of highly basic antimicrobial peptides in the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W, Muller J, Walz A, Dathe M The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 277(13), 11208-11216p
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pmid:11792701
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2000 Characterisation of antibacterial activity of peptides isolated from the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae: Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W, Haeberli S, Schaller J Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 38(3), 373-380p
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pmid:10669026
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1995 Quantity and quality of venom released by a spider (Cupiennius salei, Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W, Boevé J, Keller S Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 33(10), 1347-1357p
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pmid:8599185
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1994 Hygro- and thermoreceptors in tip-pore sensilla of the tarsal organ of the spider Cupiennius salei : innervation and central projection Tichy H, Anton S Cell and Tissue Research, 278(2), 399-407p
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issn:0302766X doi:10.1007/s004410050229
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2005 A homolog of the hydrolase Notum is expressed during segmentation and appendage formation in the Central American hunting spider Cupiennius salei. Prpic N, Damen W Die Naturwissenschaften, 92(5), 246-249p
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pmid:15834692
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2005 Diversification of nubbin expression patterns in arthropods: data from an additional spider species, Cupiennius salei. Prpic N, Damen W Evolution development, 7(4), 276-279p
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1995 The response of interneurons in the spider CNS (Cupiennius salei Keyserling) to vibratory courtship signals Friedel T, Barth F Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, 177(2), 159-171p Journal Article 2
1993 Central nervous projection patterns of trichobothria and other cuticular sensilla in the wandering spider Cupiennius salei (Arachnida, Araneae) Barth F, Anton S Zoomorphology, 113(1), 21-32p Journal Article 2
1993 Ontogenic changes in the toxicity of the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae, Ctenidae) Nentwig W, Malli H, Vapenik Z Zoologische JahrbucherAbteilung Fur Allgemeine Zoologie Und Physiologie Der Tiere, 97(2), 113-122p Journal Article 2
1989 Anatomical and physiological observations on the organization of mechanoreceptors and local interneurons in the central nervous system of the wandering spider Cupiennius salei Gronenberg W Cell and Tissue Research, 258(1), 163-175p
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issn:0302766X doi:10.1007/BF00223155
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1985 Temporal patterns in the vibratory courtship signals of the wandering spider Cupiennius salei Keys . Barth F, Schiich W Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 16(3), 263-271p Journal Article 2
1970 Ein Atlas der Spaltsinnesorgane von Cupiennius salei Keys. Chelicerata (Araneae) Barth F, Libera W Zeitschrift Für Morphologie Der Tiere, 68(4), 343p, 343 Journal Article 2
1992 Land, Barth - 1992 - The quality of vision in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei.pdf Land M, Barth F Journal of Experimental Biology, 164(1), 227-242p Generic 1
1996 Mechanisms and possible behavioral relevance of retinal movements in the ctenid spider Cupiennius salei Schmid A, Kaps F Journal of Experimental Biology, 199(11), 2451-2458p Journal Article 1
1984 Neuroanatomy of the central nervous system of the wandering spider, Cupiennius salei (Arachnida, Araneida) Barth F, Babu K Zoomorphology, 104(6), 344-359p, 344
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issn:0720213X
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1993 Dynamics of Arthropod Filiform Hairs. II. Mechanical Properties of Spider Trichobothria (Cupiennius salei Keys.) Barth F, Wastl U, Humphrey J, Devarakonda R Philosophical Transactions Biological Sciences, 340(1294), 445-461p
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issn:09628436 doi:10.1098/rstb.1993.0084
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2004 Secondary neurons are arrested in an immature state by formation of epithelial vesicles during neurogenesis of the spider Cupiennius salei Stollewerk A Frontiers in Zoology, 1(1), 3p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:544935 pmid:15679931 other:1742-9994-1-3 pmc_id:544935 doi:10.1186/1742-9994-1-3
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2002 Complete hemocyanin subunit sequences of the hunting spider Cupiennius salei: recent hemocyanin remodeling in entelegyne spiders. Burmester T, Ballweber P, Markl J The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 277(17), 14451-14457p
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pmid:11842087
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2001 Female sex pheromone of a wandering spider (Cupiennius salei): identification and sensory reception. Ehn R, Tichy H, Gingl E, Papke M, Schulz S Journal of comparative physiology A Sensory neural and behavioral physiology, 187(1), 75-78p
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pmid:11318380
Journal Article 2
2002 Cupiennin 1, a New Family of Highly Basic Antimicrobial Peptides in the Venom of the Spider Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae) Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W, Muller J, Walz A, Dathe M Journal of Biological Chemistry, 277(13), 11208-11216p Journal Article 1
1993 2 VISUAL SYSTEMS IN ONE BRAIN - NEUROPILS SERVING THE SECONDARY EYES OF THE SPIDER CUPIENNIUS-SALEI Barth F, Strausfeld N Journal of Comparative Neurology, 328(1), 43-62p
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issn:00219967
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1998 A Hox class 3 orthologue from the spider Cupiennius salei is expressed in a Hox-gene-like fashion Tautz D, Damen W Development Genes and Evolution, 208(10), 586-590p
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pmid:9811977
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1996 Leucokinin-like immunoreactive neurones in the central nervous system of the spider Cupiennius salei. Schmid A, Becherer C Cell and Tissue Research, 284(1), 143-152p
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pmid:8601289
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1989 Anatomical and physiological observations on the organization of mechanoreceptors and local interneurons in the central nervous system of the wandering spider Cupiennius salei. Gronenberg W Cell and Tissue Research, 258(1), 163-175p
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pmid:2805041
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2010 Comparative analysis of midline guidance and axon pathfinding in the chelicerates Achaearanea tepidariorum and Cupiennius salei Grades A Neuron, (September), p Journal Article 1
2000 Identification of a new sex pheromone from the silk dragline of the tropical wandering spider Cupiennius salei Ehn R, Tichy H, Gingl E, Papke M, Schulz S Angew Chem Int Ed, 39, No.23, 4339–4341p Journal Article 2
1996 The effect of temperature on the temporal structure of the vibratory courtship signals of a spider (Cupiennius salei Keys.) Barth F, Shimizu I Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, 179, 363-370p Journal Article 2
1985 Proprioceptors and sensory nerves in the legs of a spider, Cupiennius salei (Arachnida, Araneida) Seyfarth E, Eekweiler W, Hammer K Zoomorphologie, 105, 190-196p Journal Article 2
1993 Ontogenetic changes in the toxicity of the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae, Ctenidae) Malli H, Nentwig W, Vapenik Z Animals, 97(2), 113-122p Journal Article 2
1990 The Organization of Plurisegmental Mechanosensitive Interneurons in the Central-Nervous-System of the Wandering Spider Cupiennius-Salei Gronenberg W Cell and Tissue Research, 260(1), 49-61p Journal Article 2
1987 Tuning of vibration sensitive neurons in the central nervous system of a wandering spider, Cupiennius salei Keys. Barth F, Speck-Hergenröder J Journal of Comparative Physiology A Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, 160, 467-475p Journal Article 2
1963 Zur Biologie und zum Verhalten von Cupiennius salei (Keyserling), einer amerikanischen Ctenide Melchers M Zool Jb Syst, 91, 1-90p Journal Article 2
2000 The in ¯ uence of hunger and breeding temperature on the venom production of the spider Cupiennius salei ( Araneae , Ctenidae ) Nentwig W, Vapenik Z Young, 38, 293-298p Journal Article 1
1983 The release of attack and escape behavior by vibraory stimuli in a wandering spider (Cupiennius salei keys.) Barth F, Hergenroder R Journal Of Comparative Physiology, 152, 347-358p Journal Article 1
1966 Normale Entwicklung des Arachniden-Embryos Cupiennius salei Keyserling und seine Regulationsbefähigung nach Röntgenbestrahlungen Seitz K Zoologische Jahrbücher Abteilung Anatomie und Ontogenie der Tiere, 83, 327 - 447p Journal Article 1
1990 The organization of plurisegmental mechanosensitive interneurons in the central nervous system of the wandering spider Cupiennius salei. Gronenberg W Cell and Tissue Research, 260(1), 49-61p
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pmid:2340585
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1980 Chitinase and beta-N-acetylglucosaminidase from the digestive fluid of the spider, Cupiennius salei. Mommsen T Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 612(2), 361-372p
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pmid:7370275
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1971 Input apparatus of slit sense organs (Cupiennius salei Keys., Araneae) Barth F Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie Vienna Austria 1948, 112(2), 212-246p
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pmid:5545442
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1966 Single cell current from a slit olfactory organ of the spider Cupiennius salei Keys Barth F, Autrum H Die Naturwissenschaften, 53(16), 412-413p
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pmid:5991696
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2001 Double-stranded RNA interference in the spider Cupiennius salei: the role of Distal-less is evolutionarily conserved in arthropod appendage formation. Damen W, Schoppmeier M Development Genes and Evolution, 211(2), 76-82p
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pmid:11455417
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2000 Expression patterns of hairy, even-skipped, and runt in the spider Cupiennius salei imply that these genes were segmentation genes in a basal arthropod Damen W, Weller M, Tautz D Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 97(9), 4515-4519p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:18266 pmid:10781054 other:0059 pmc_id:18266
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2010 Compartmentalization of the precheliceral neuroectoderm in the spider Cupiennius salei: development of the arcuate body, optic ganglia, and mushroom body. Stollewerk A, Doeffinger C, Hartenstein V Journal of Comparative Neurology, 518(13), 2612-2632p
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pmid:20503430
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1995 Dynamics of Arthropod Filiform Hairs. III. Flow Patterns Related to Air Movement Detection in a Spider (Cupiennius salei KEYS.) Barth F, Wastl U, Humphrey J, Halbritter J, Brittinger W Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 347(1322), 397-412p
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issn:09628436 doi:10.1098/rstb.1995.0032
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2007 Adaptations for vision in dim light: impulse responses and bumps in nocturnal spider photoreceptor cells (Cupiennius salei Keys). Barth F, Pirhofer-Walzl K, Warrant E Journal Of Comparative Physiology A Neuroethology Sensory Neural And Behavioral Physiology, 193(10), 1081-1087p
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pmid:17914649
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1997 Wind-sensitive interneurones in the spider CNS (Cupiennius salei): directional information processing of sensory inputs from trichobothria on the walking legs Barth F, Friedel T Journal Of Comparative Physiology A Neuroethology Sensory Neural And Behavioral Physiology, 180(3), 223-233p
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issn:03407594 doi:10.1007/s003590050043
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2005 Cell death during germ band inversion, dorsal closure, and nervous system development in the spider Cupiennius salei. Prpic N, Damen W Developmental dynamics an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists, 234(1), 222-228p
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pmid:16086320
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2005 Expression of Pax group III genes suggests a single-segmental periodicity for opisthosomal segment patterning in the spider Cupiennius salei. Damen W, Schoppmeier M Evolution development, 7(2), 160-169p
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pmid:15733314
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2004 CSTX-13, a highly synergistically acting two-chain neurotoxic enhancer in the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei (Ctenidae). Kuhn-Nentwig L, Schaller J, Nentwig W, Wullschleger B, Kämpfer U, Schürch S, Tromp J Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101(31), 11251-11256p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:509190 pmid:15272079 other:10111251 pmc_id:509190 doi:10.1073/pnas.0402226101
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2000 Immunocytochemical localization and secretion process of the toxin CSTX-1 in the venom gland of the wandering spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae: Ctenidae). Malli H, Imboden H, Kuhn-Nentwig L, Moon M, Wyler T Cell and Tissue Research, 299(3), 417-426p
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pmid:10772256
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2009 Surface force spectroscopic point load measurements and viscoelastic modelling of the micromechanical properties of air flow sensitive hairs of a spider (Cupiennius salei) Barth F, Schaber C, Humphrey J, McConney M, Julian M, Eberhardt W, Tsukruk V Journal of the Royal Society Interface the Royal Society, 6(37), 681-694p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2839942 pmid:19091682 other:rsif20080463 pmc_id:2839942 doi:10.1098/rsif.2008.0463
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2000 A lysine rich C-terminal tail is directly involved in the toxicity of CSTX-1, a neurotoxic peptide from the venom of the spider Cupiennius salei. Malli H, Imboden H, Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W, Schaller J, Kämpfer U Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology, 44(3), 101-111p
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pmid:10897091
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2007 Viscoelastic nanoscale properties of cuticle contribute to the high-pass properties of spider vibration receptor (Cupiennius salei Keys) Barth F, Schaber C, McConney M, Julian M, Tsukruk V Journal of the Royal Society Interface the Royal Society, 4(17), 1135-1143p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2396223 pmid:17412676 other:rsif20071000 pmc_id:2396223 doi:10.1098/rsif.2007.1000
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2001 Neurotoxic peptides in the multicomponent venom of the spider Cupiennius salei - Part I. Primary structure of neurotoxic peptides in relation to their biological function Kuhn-Nentwig L, Nentwig W, Schaller J, Schurch S, Kampfer U, Muller J Chimia, 55(12), 1058-1062p
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1991 The injection of venom by a spider (Cupiennius salei, Ctenidae) and the weight of an insect prey (Acheta domesticus, Gryllidae) Boeve J Bulletin de la Societe Neuchateloise des Sciences Naturelles, 116(1), 41-47p Journal Article 2
1994 Purification of toxic peptides and the amino acid sequence of CSTX-1 from the multicomponent venom of Cupiennius salei (Araneae:Ctenidae). Liang S, Zhang D, Pan X, Chen Q, Zhou P Toxicon official journal of the International Society on Toxinology, 32(3), 969-978p
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pmid:8016851
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1969 Die Feinstruktur des Spinneninteguments - I. Die Cuticula des Laufbeins adulter häutungsferner Tiere (Cupiennius salei Keys) Barth F Z Zellforsch, 97, 137-159p, 137 Journal Article 1
1969 Fine structure of the spider integument. I. Walking leg cuticle of adult animals long after moulting (Cupiennius salei Keys) Barth F Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie Vienna Austria 1948, 97(1), 137-159p
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2011 Neuroarchitecture of the arcuate body in the brain of the spider Cupiennius salei (Araneae, Chelicerata) revealed by allatostatin-, proctolin-, and CCAP-immunocytochemistry and its evolutionary implications. Seyfarth E, Loesel R, Bräunig P, Agricola H Arthropod structure development, 40(3), 210-220p
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pmid:21256976
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2008 The T-box genes H15 and optomotor-blind in the spiders Cupiennius salei, Tegenaria atrica and Achaearanea tepidariorum and the dorsoventral axis of arthropod appendages. Prpic N, Damen W, Janssen R, Feitosa N Evolution development, 10(2), 143-154p
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pmid:18315808
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