Light potentiation of horizontal cells in the isolated rabbit retina


When the retinas of some fishes and amphibians are dark-adapted the hyperpolarising response of horizontal cells (HCs) to a light stimulus is suppressed (= dark suppression) but is restored to that of light adaptation when a light stimulus is rapidly repeated (= light potentiation (LP). This phenomenon, which had not been previously demonstrated in a mammal… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1001836601935


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