The development of the optic nerve in rodents.


In mammals, normal visual function depends upon both the retinotopic organization of visual nuclei and their interconnections. We have investigated in rodents some developmental mechanisms contributing to this organization. On embryonic day 14, in the rat, retinal ganglion cells first project axons through glial channels on the retinal surface before… (More)


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