Quantifying motor neuron loss in ALS

  title={Quantifying motor neuron loss in ALS},
  author={K. Narasimhan},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  • K. Narasimhan
  • Published 1 March 2006
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nature Neuroscience
in nonhuman primates. At a single neuron level, primate V1 responses show signals that change according to the distance of an object13,14, forming a potential neural substrate for the dynamic changes observed at a much coarser spatial scale by Murray and colleagues. Indeed, at a fine-grained level, their findings also raise intriguing questions about whether a V1 representation of the environment that reflects perceived depth and size can be internally coherent. For example, when two objects at… 
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  • Engineering, Computer Science
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