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Sherman, S.Person Why?
Geniculate BodiesConcept Why?
[Acetylcholine decreases low threshold T-type calcium conductance of relay cells in the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus].Academic Article Why?
A GABAergic projection from the pretectum to the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus in the cat.Academic Article Why?
A new slant on the development of orientation selectivity.Academic Article Why?
A spherical model for orientation and spatial-frequency tuning in a cortical hypercolumn.Academic Article Why?
Activation of both Group I and Group II metabotropic glutamatergic receptors suppress retinogeniculate transmission.Academic Article Why?
Alpha and beta cells projecting from retina to lamina A of the lateral geniculate nucleus in normal cats, monocularly deprived cats, and young kittens.Academic Article Why?
An effect of early monocular lid suture upon the development of X-cells in the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus.Academic Article Why?
Behavioral, electrophysiological and morphological studies of binocular competition in the development of the geniculo-cortical pathways of cats.Academic Article Why?
Binocular interaction on cells of the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of visually deprived cats.Academic Article Why?
Brain-stem modulation of the response properties of cells in the cat's perigeniculate nucleus.Academic Article Why?
Brainstem control of response modes in neurons of the cat's lateral geniculate nucleus.Academic Article Why?
Conditions for dominance of one eye during competitive development of central connections in visually deprived cats.Academic Article Why?
Control of dendritic outputs of inhibitory interneurons in the lateral geniculate nucleus.Academic Article Why?
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