What does the eye tell the brain?: Development of a system for the large-scale recording of retinal output activity

@article{Litke2003WhatDT,
  title={What does the eye tell the brain?: Development of a system for the large-scale recording of retinal output activity},
  author={A. M. Litke and Nathan Bezayiff and E. J. Chichilnisky and W. H. Cunningham and Wladyslaw Dabrowski and A. A. Grillo and Matthew I. Grivich and P. Grybos and Paweł Hottowy and Sergei Kachiguine and R. S. Kalmar and Keith Mathieson and Dumitru Petrusca and Masudur Rahman and Alan Sher},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={51},
  pages={1434-1440}
}
A multielectrode array system has been developed to study how the retina processes and encodes visual images. This system can simultaneously record the extracellular electrical activity from hundreds of retinal output neurons as a dynamic visual image is focused on the input neurons. The retinal output signals detected can be correlated with the visual input to study the neural code used by the eye to send information about the visual world to the brain. The system consists of the following… CONTINUE READING

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