Birth dates of retinal ganglion cells giving rise to the crossed and uncrossed optic projections in the mouse.

@article{Drger1985BirthDO,
  title={Birth dates of retinal ganglion cells giving rise to the crossed and uncrossed optic projections in the mouse.},
  author={Ursula C. Dr{\"a}ger},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={1985},
  volume={224 1234},
  pages={57-77}
}
In the mouse, as in most mammals, the crossed optic projections originate from the entire extent of the retina, whereas ganglion cells giving rise to the uncrossed (ipsilateral) projection are restricted to the temporal and ventral retina. The nasal border of this bilaterally projecting region in the retina corresponds to the midline of the visual field. Here the birth dates of ipsilaterally and contralaterally projecting ganglion cells were determined by combining tritiated thymidine labelling… CONTINUE READING
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