Functional heterogeneity in neighboring neurons of cat primary visual cortex in response to both artificial and natural stimuli.

@article{Martin2013FunctionalHI,
  title={Functional heterogeneity in neighboring neurons of cat primary visual cortex in response to both artificial and natural stimuli.},
  author={Kevan A. C. Martin and Sylvia Schr{\"o}der},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 17},
  pages={7325-44}
}
Neurons in primary visual cortex of many mammals are clustered according to their preference to stimulus parameters such as orientation and spatial frequency. Nevertheless, responses to complex visual stimuli are highly heterogeneous between adjacent neurons. To investigate the relation between these observations, we recorded from pairs of neighboring neurons in area 17 of anesthetized cats in response to stimuli of differing complexity: sinusoidal drifting gratings, binary dense noise, and… CONTINUE READING
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