Nonlinear spatial integration in the receptive field surround of retinal ganglion cells.

@article{Takeshita2014NonlinearSI,
  title={Nonlinear spatial integration in the receptive field surround of retinal ganglion cells.},
  author={Daisuke Takeshita and Tim Gollisch},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 22},
  pages={7548-61}
}
Throughout different sensory systems, individual neurons integrate incoming signals over their receptive fields. The characteristics of this signal integration are crucial determinants for the neurons' functions. For ganglion cells in the vertebrate retina, receptive fields are characterized by the well-known center-surround structure and, although several studies have addressed spatial integration in the receptive field center, little is known about how visual signals are integrated in the… CONTINUE READING
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