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1. Liu WC, Wada K, Jarvis ED, Nottebohm F   Rudimentary substrates for vocal learning in a suboscine   NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 2013 JUL; 4(?):? Article 2082 Full Text | PMID/PMCID

2. Walton C, Pariser E, Nottebohm F   The Zebra Finch Paradox: Song Is Little Changed, But Number of Neurons Doubles. PMID 22262875   J NEUROSCI 2012 JAN 18;32(3):761-774 PMID/PMCID

3. Nottebohm F   Song Learning in Birds Offers a Model for Neuronal Replacement in Adult Brain.   NEUROGENESIS IN THE ADULT BRAIN I: NEUROBIOLOGY 2011;47-84 PMID/PMCID

4. Nottebohm F   WHY REPLACE NEURONS IN ADULT BRAIN?.   J PHYSIOL SCI 2009;59():12 PMID/PMCID

5. Agate RJ , Scott BB , Haripal B , Lois C , Nottebohm F   Transgenic songbirds offer an opportunity to develop a genetic model for vocal learning. PMID 19815496 PMCID 2764872   PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2009 OCT 20;106(42):17963-17967 PMID/PMCID

6. Liu WC, Wada K, Nottebohm F   Variable Food Begging Calls Are Harbingers of Vocal Learning. PMID 19529766 PMCID 2691483   PLOS ONE 2009 JUN 16;4(6):93-103 PMID/PMCID

7. Li XC , Wang XJ , Tannenhauser J , Podell S , Mukherjee P , Hertel M , Biane J , Masuda S , Nottebohm F , Gaasterland T   Genomic resources for songbird research and their use in characterizing gene expression during brain development. PMCID 1850020   PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2007 APR 17;104(16):6834-6839

8. Liu WC , Nottebohm F   A learning program that ensures prompt and versatile vocal imitation. PMCID 2154442   PROC NAT ACAD SCI USA 2007 DEC 18;104(51):20398-20403

9. Agate RJ , Hertel M , Nottebohm F   FnTm2, a novel brain-specific transcript, is dynamically expressed in the song learning circuit of the zebra finch.   J COMP NEUROL 2007 SEP 10;504(2):127-148

10. Leader N , Nottebohm F   Delayed plumage maturation in socially isolated juvenile zebra finches, Taeniopygia guttata.   ANIM BEHAV 2006 JUL;72():113-121

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