Intracellular responses of the Müller (glial) cells of mudpuppy retina: their relation to b-wave of the electroretinogram.

@article{Miller1970IntracellularRO,
  title={Intracellular responses of the M{\"u}ller (glial) cells of mudpuppy retina: their relation to b-wave of the electroretinogram.},
  author={Robert F. Miller and John E. Dowling},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={323-41}
}
THE EI,ECTROKETI~‘~'~GRAM (ERG) was first recorded by Holmgren in 1865 (ZO), and it has proved to be a useful tool for studying retinal function for almost a century. Despite extensive studies, however, the cellular origins of the ERG components proximal to the receptors remain to be established. Quite recently it has become possible to record intracellularly from the retinal cells with fine micropipettes (2, 22, 34, 39), and thus the precise origins of the ERG components can now be… CONTINUE READING

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