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Early monocular enucleations were done in rats, either at embryonic day 16 (E16) or on the day of birth, and the surviving uncrossed pathway was studied either at birth for some of the animals enucleated prenatally, or in the adult for all of the other animals. The uncrossed pathways were studied by using HRP as a retrograde tracer. The neonatal(More)
The development of the uncrossed retinofugal pathways in normally pigmented and albino rats, aged from embryonic day (E) 14.5 to E18.5, was investigated. DiI was placed into one optic tract and the retinal origin of the uncrossed component, as well as its course in the optic stalk, was studied. The results show that, as in the mouse, the uncrossed retinal(More)
An efficient technique of stereo matching to compute dense disparity map is presented. The technique is point oriented and uses multiple windows to enhance the strategy of finding a best match. In addit ion to that, a novel technique for adapting the window size based on multiple windows is discussed. The window size is recursively adapted using normalized(More)
In order to define the extent to which retinotopic order in the optic pathways may contribute to fiber segregation at the chiasm or to the formation of central maps, the arrangement of fibers in the optic nerve and tract of rat embryos, on embryonic days 16.5 and 18.5, has been studied by placing a small granule of DiI in one of the four quadrants of the(More)
The number of ipsilaterally projecting retinal ganglion cells (IPRGCs) in developing normal rats and rats which received unilateral thalamic lesion and monocular enucleation at birth was studied using wheat germ agglutinin conjugated to horseradish peroxidase (WGA-HRP) as a retrograde neuronal marker. The results showed that the number of IPRGCs labelled in(More)
Intravitreal injection of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) produced a substantial damage to the adult rat retina that was largely restricted to inner retinal layers, including the ganglion cell layer (GCL), inner nuclear layer (INL), inner, and outer plexiform layers. This retinal damage was significantly reduced by a systemic injection of a low dose of MK-801(More)
Fingerprint registration becomes an important issue for the success of reliable fingerprint verification using small solid state fingerprint sensors. Current major registration techniques include template synthesis and fingerprint image mosaicking. Template synthesis merges the fingerprint features while image mosaicking merges the fingerprint images to(More)
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