H1 horizontal cells of carp retina have different postsynaptic mechanisms to mediate short-versus long-wavelength visual signals

Abstract

Vertebrate photoreceptors release neuro-transmitter substance(s) tonically in the dark and this release is curtailed by light. Recently, we have become increasingly aware of the possibility that short- and long-wavelength visual signals are mediated differently during the synaptic transmission to second-order retinal neurons. The experiment described here… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00248858

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@article{Yasui1989H1HC, title={H1 horizontal cells of carp retina have different postsynaptic mechanisms to mediate short-versus long-wavelength visual signals}, author={S. Yasui and M. Yamada}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={1989}, volume={74}, pages={256-262} }