Specification of retinogeniculate X and Y axon arbors in cats: fundamental differences in developmental programs.

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Monocular enucleation at E36, followed by intracellular labeling of single, physiologically identified X and Y axons, demonstrates fundamental differences in their termination patterns within the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN). X axons have arbors that appear normal in their dorsoventral extent, though some are located in inappropriate regions of the LGN… (More)

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@article{Garraghty1998SpecificationOR, title={Specification of retinogeniculate X and Y axon arbors in cats: fundamental differences in developmental programs.}, author={Preston E. Garraghty and Anne Marie Roe and Malini D. Sur}, journal={Brain research. Developmental brain research}, year={1998}, volume={107 2}, pages={227-31} }