Horizontal Cells in the Monkey Retina: Cone connections and dendritic network.

@article{Wssle1989HorizontalCI,
  title={Horizontal Cells in the Monkey Retina: Cone connections and dendritic network.},
  author={Heinz W{\"a}ssle and Brian B. Boycott and J{\"u}rgen R{\"o}hrenbeck},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={1989},
  volume={1 5},
  pages={421-435}
}
Horizontal cells of the macaque monkey retina were quantified and the number of cones converging onto an individual horizontal cell as well as the number of horizontal cells contacting a single cone were determined. This was done by combining data from individual horizontal cells stained by the Golgi method with the results of immunocytochemical staining described in the preceding paper (Röhrenbeck et al., 1989). The observation (Boycott et al., 1987) that all horizontal cells contact all cones… CONTINUE READING

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