Morphology of single, physiologically identified retinogeniculate Y-cell axons in the cat following damage to visual cortex at birth.

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It has been reported previously that neurons in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) of cats with neonatal damage to visual cortex (KVC cats) have receptive fields that are abnormally large and that the receptive fields of these neurons sometimes do not appear to conform to the normal retinotopic order in the LGN. A primary aim of this study was to… (More)

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@article{Weber1989MorphologyOS, title={Morphology of single, physiologically identified retinogeniculate Y-cell axons in the cat following damage to visual cortex at birth.}, author={Arthur J. Weber and Randi Kail and L. R. Stanford}, journal={The Journal of comparative neurology}, year={1989}, volume={282 3}, pages={446-55} }