The visual evoked potential in the mouse—Origins and response characteristics

@article{Ridder2006TheVE,
  title={The visual evoked potential in the mouse—Origins and response characteristics},
  author={William Ridder and Steven Nusinowitz},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={46},
  pages={902-913}
}
The visual evoked potential (VEP) in the mouse is characterized and compared to responses obtained with the electroretinogram (ERG). The results indicate that: 1, the VEP originates in the visual cortex; 2, the rod and cone pathways contribute separately to the VEP; 3, temporal tuning functions for rod and cone ERGs are low pass and band pass, respectively; VEP tuning functions are both band pass; and 4, VEP acuity is 0.62+/-0.156 cycles/degree. The differences in the spatial and temporal… CONTINUE READING

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