Sign-preserving and sign-inverting synaptic interactions between rod and cone photoreceptors in the dark-adapted retina.

Abstract

We show that various types of rods and cones in the dark-adapted salamander retina are electrically coupled with linear and symmetrical junctional conductances G(j) (40-223 pS) and a rank order: Rod(C)-large single cone, rod-large single cone, rod-small single cone, rod-accessory double cone and rod-principal double cone. By systematically comparing the… (More)
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.260984

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@article{Gao2013SignpreservingAS, title={Sign-preserving and sign-inverting synaptic interactions between rod and cone photoreceptors in the dark-adapted retina.}, author={Fan Gao and Ji-Jie Pang and Samuel M. Wu}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={2013}, volume={591 22}, pages={5711-26} }