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Circadian clock regulation of cone to horizontal cell synaptic transfer in the goldfish retina

Dr. Jiexin Cao, Ohio State University, for helpful discussions about the data. Conceptualization: Christophe Ribelayga, Stuart C. Mangel. Data curation: Christophe Ribelayga, Stuart C. Mangel. Formal ... analysis: Christophe Ribelayga. Funding acquisition: Stuart C. Mangel. 20 / 23 Investigation: Christophe Ribelayga. Methodology: Christophe Ribelayga, Stuart C. Mangel. Project administration: Christophe

Identification of a Circadian Clock-Controlled Neural Pathway in the Rabbit Retina

Background Although the circadian clock in the mammalian retina regulates many physiological processes in the retina, it is not known whether and how the clock controls the neuronal pathways involved in visual processing. Methodology/Principal Findings By recording the light responses of rabbit axonless (A-type) horizontal cells under dark-adapted conditions in both the day and...

A model of direction selectivity in the starburst amacrine cell network

Displaced starburst amacrine cells (SACs) are retinal interneurons that exhibit GABA A receptor-mediated and Cl − cotransporter-mediated, directionally selective (DS) light responses in the rabbit retina. They depolarize to stimuli that move centrifugally through the receptive field surround and hyperpolarize to stimuli that move centripetally through the surround (Gavrikov et al...