Electronic Theses and Dissertations Uc San Diego the Link between Neuronal Activity and Activation of the Camp/pka Cascade in Developing Retinal Ganglion Cells

@inproceedings{Dunn2008ElectronicTA,
  title={Electronic Theses and Dissertations Uc San Diego the Link between Neuronal Activity and Activation of the Camp/pka Cascade in Developing Retinal Ganglion Cells},
  author={Timothy Alan Dunn and Anirvan Ghosh},
  year={2008}
}
A characteristic feature of developing neural circuits is that they exhibit spontaneous, patterned activity. The effects of this activity have been well characterized in the developing visual system, where the spontaneous activity, called retinal waves, is known to be important in the establishment of retinotopic and eye-specific maps. However, there has been little focus on the issue of cell autonomous effects of spontaneous activity. Retinal waves, like other forms of 
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