The response properties of the steady antagonistic surround in the mudpuppy retina.

@article{Thibos1978TheRP,
  title={The response properties of the steady antagonistic surround in the mudpuppy retina.},
  author={Larry N. Thibos and Frank S. Werblin},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1978},
  volume={278},
  pages={79-99}
}
1. The graded response of bipolar and ganglion cells to test flashes at the receptive field centre, spans only a limited portion of the test intensity domain: more than 90% of the graded response range can be elicited by test flashes differing by less than 100 to 1. 2. In the presence of steady illumination of the receptive field surround, the absolute levels of log test intensities required to elicit 90% of the graded response are increased (reset), but the relation in (1) still applies. 3… CONTINUE READING

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