Ocular dominance in striate cortex is altered by neonatal section of the posterior corpus callosum in the cat

@article{Elberger1981OcularDI,
  title={Ocular dominance in striate cortex is altered by neonatal section of the posterior corpus callosum in the cat},
  author={Dr. A. J. Elberger},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={41},
  pages={280-291}
}
In adult cats that had previously undergone surgical section of the posterior corpus callosum at 13–18 days after birth, the striate cortex was examined using extracellular single unit recordings. The receptive fields of the cells examined were located from the vertical meridian to 39 ° peripherally, and ranged from above to below the horizontal meridian. Cells were classified according to type (simple, complex), ocular dominance, receptive field size and location. Callosum sectioned cats had… CONTINUE READING