Retinotopic Separation of Nasal and Temporal Motion Selectivity in the Mouse Superior Colliculus.

@article{Malmazet2018RetinotopicSO,
  title={Retinotopic Separation of Nasal and Temporal Motion Selectivity in the Mouse Superior Colliculus.},
  author={Daniel de Malmazet and Norma K K{\"u}hn and Karl Farrow},
  journal={Current biology : CB},
  year={2018},
  volume={28 18},
  pages={
          2961-2969.e4
        }
}
Sensory neurons often display an ordered spatial arrangement that enhances the encoding of specific features on different sides of natural borders in the visual field (for example, [1-3]). In central visual areas, one prominent natural border is formed by the confluence of information from the two eyes, the monocular-binocular border [4]. Here, we investigate whether receptive field properties of neurons in the mouse superior colliculus show any systematic organization about the monocular… CONTINUE READING

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