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Krüger, J., Fischer, B. Strong periphery effect in cat retinal ganglion cells. Excitatory responses in ON- and OFF-center neurones to single grid displacements. Exp Brain Res 18, 316–318 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00234601
- Ganglion Cell
- Retinal Ganglion Cell
- Excitatory Response
- Single Grid
- Periphery Effect