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Transgenic Mice Reveal Unexpected Diversity of On-Off Direction-Selective Retinal Ganglion Cell Subtypes and Brain Structures Involved in Motion Processing
Two genetically identified populations of On-Off DSGCs are compared and it is found that although both populations are tuned for posterior motion, they can be distinguished by a variety of physiological and anatomical criteria.
Development of asymmetric inhibition underlying direction selectivity in the retina
In transgenic mice with cell-type-specific labelling, the synaptic connections from SACs to DSGCs were of equal strength during the first postnatal week, regardless of whether the SAC was located on the preferred or null side of the DSGC.