Retinopetal axons in mammals: emphasis on histamine and serotonin.

@article{Gastinger2006RetinopetalAI,
  title={Retinopetal axons in mammals: emphasis on histamine and serotonin.},
  author={Matthew J. Gastinger and Ning Tian and Tam{\'a}s Horv{\'a}th and David W. Marshak},
  journal={Current eye research},
  year={2006},
  volume={31 7-8},
  pages={655-67}
}
Since 1892, anatomical studies have demonstrated that the retinas of mammals, including humans, receive input from the brain via axons emerging from the optic nerve. There are only a small number of these retinopetal axons, but their branches in the inner retina are very extensive. More recently, the neurons in the brain stem that give rise to these axons have been localized, and their neurotransmitters have been identified. One set of retinopetal axons arises from perikarya in the posterior… CONTINUE READING
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