Bifurcated projections of retinal ganglion cells bilaterally innervate the lateral geniculate nuclei in the cat.

@article{Dong1995BifurcatedPO,
  title={Bifurcated projections of retinal ganglion cells bilaterally innervate the lateral geniculate nuclei in the cat.},
  author={Ke-li Dong and Tingyu Qu and Azza Kamal Ahmed and Tomiyoshi Setsu and Kozo Sugioka and Takashi Yamadori},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={1995},
  volume={703 1-2},
  pages={231-6}
}
Cats were injected with the fluorescent retrograde tracers, Fluoro-Gold (FG) and Evans Blue (EB), into the left and right lateral geniculate nuclei (LGN), respectively. About 4.56% of the ganglion cells in the temporal retina were double-labeled by these dyes. 4.7% of these cells were of the large type, 30.3% were of the medium type, and 65% were classified… CONTINUE READING