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The effect of electrical stimulation of the optic nerve on various cells in the frog's retina was investigated by two methods: by the histochemical method (measurement of the amount of RNA in separate cells), and by intracellular recording of potentials. Rhythmic (5 per sec) stimulation of the nerve induced an increase in the amount of RNA in ganglion(More)
The technique of quantitative UV-cytophotometry of RNA was used for comparative study of the sensitivity of frog retina cells to the movement of stimuli and flashings. A corresponding set of stimulators which includes the movement of mounted stimuli and heterogenous flashings of diffuse light showed that a type of cells exists in the interior nuclear layer(More)
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