Effects of rearing kittens with convergent strabismus on development of receptive-field properties in striate cortex neurons.

@article{Chino1983EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of rearing kittens with convergent strabismus on development of receptive-field properties in striate cortex neurons.},
  author={Yuzo M. Chino and M. S. Shansky and W. L. Jankowski and F A Banser},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={265-86}
}
Convergent strabismus was induced surgically in seven kittens at 3 wk of age. Recordings were made in 131 cells in the striate cortex of these strabismic kittens after maturation, and the results were compared to the data obtained from 140 striate neurons in normally reared cats. All our samples had receptive fields (RFs) within 5 degrees of the area centralis. The spatial and temporal response properties were quantitatively analyzed by using drifting sinusoidal gratings of various contrasts as… CONTINUE READING

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