Delayed maturation of receptive field center/surround mechanisms in V2.

@article{Zhang2005DelayedMO,
  title={Delayed maturation of receptive field center/surround mechanisms in V2.},
  author={Bin Zhang and Jianghe Zheng and Ichiro Watanabe and Ichiro Maruko and Hua Bi and Earl L Smith and Yuzo M. Chino},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2005},
  volume={102 16},
  pages={
          5862-7
        }
}
Neurons in the adult visual cortex are capable of integrating signals over a large area that surrounds their classic receptive field (RF), and this ability of cortical neurons is thought to be intimately involved in perceptual binding. It is not known, however, at what age these long-range signal interactions emerge. Here, we report that qualitatively adult-like center/surround interactions are already present in the primary visual cortex as early as postnatal day 14 in macaque monkeys. However… CONTINUE READING

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