The response of retinal neurons to high-frequency stimulation.

@article{Cai2013TheRO,
  title={The response of retinal neurons to high-frequency stimulation.},
  author={Changsi Cai and Perry Twyford and Shelley Fried},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={036009}
}
OBJECTIVE High-rate pulse trains have proven to be effective in cochlear prosthetics and, more recently, have been shown to elicit a wide range of interesting response properties in axons of the peripheral nervous system. Surprisingly, the effectiveness of such trains for use in retinal prostheses has not been explored. APPROACH Using cell-attached patch clamp methods, we measured the in vitro response of two rabbit retinal ganglion cell types, OFF-brisk transient (OFF-BT) and ON-OFF… CONTINUE READING