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Synaptic connections of the narrow‐field, bistratified rod amacrine cell (AII) in the rabbit retina
The synaptic connections of the narrow‐field, bistratified rod amacrine cell (All) in the inner plexiform layer (IPL) of the rabbit retina were reconstructed from electron micrographs of continuousExpand
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Rod Vision: Pathways and Processing in the Mammalian Retina
Bipolar cells in the mammalian retina are postsynaptic to either rod or cone photoreceptors, thereby segregating their respective signals into parallel vertical streams. In contrast to the coneExpand
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The shapes and numbers of amacrine cells: Matching of photofilled with Golgi‐stained cells in the rabbit retina and comparison with other mammalian species
Amacrine cells of the rabbit retina were studied by “photofilling,” a photochemical method in which a fluorescent product is created within an individual cell by focal irradiation of the nucleus; andExpand
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Synaptic connections of rod bipolar cells in the inner plexiform layer of the rabbit retina
We have reconstructed from electron micrographs of a continuous series of thin sections the synaptic connections of the axonal arborizations of all the rod bipolar cells contained in a small regionExpand
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The rod pathway in the rabbit retina: a depolarizing bipolar and amacrine cell
Anatomical and electrophysiological techniques were combined to study the morphology, synaptic connections, and response properties of two neurons in the rod pathway of the rabbit retina: the rodExpand
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The population of bipolar cells in the rabbit retina
The population of bipolar cells in the rabbit retina was studied using Golgi impregnation and photocatalyzed filling of single cells with dihydrorhodamine, a quantitative sampling technique. TheExpand
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Cone bipolar cells as interneurons in the rod, pathway of the rabbit retina
In the mammalian retina, rod signals are transmitted by rod bipolars to the narrow‐field, bistratified (AII) amacrine cell. This neuron, in turn, makes gap junctions with the axonal arborization ofExpand
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Horizontal cells in the retina of the rabbit
The light responses, morphology, and connections of horizontal cells (HCs) were studied in the retina of the rabbit using intracellular recordings and the injection of visible markers. Two types ofExpand
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Intracellular chloride in retinal neurons: Measurement and meaning
Intracellular chloride activity measurements were obtained from mudpuppy retinal neurons using dual microelectrodes, one of which was made chloride-selective by filling the tip with chloride liquidExpand
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Amacrine cells in Necturus retina: evidence for independent gamma-aminobutyric acid- and glycine-releasing neurons.
About one-half of on-off ganglion cells have inhibitory postsynaptic potentials (IPSP's) which are blocked by strychnine, while the remainder have IPSP's which are blocked by picrotoxin orExpand
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