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Michael B Manookin, Jonathan B Demb. Neuron 2006
Times Cited: 78







List of co-cited articles
706 articles co-cited >1



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Fast and slow contrast adaptation in retinal circuitry.
Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Neuron 2002
318
71





Adaptation of retinal processing to image contrast and spatial scale.
S M Smirnakis, M J Berry, D K Warland, W Bialek, M Meister. Nature 1997
297
37







Dynamic predictive coding by the retina.
Toshihiko Hosoya, Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Nature 2005
224
26

Profound contrast adaptation early in the visual pathway.
Samuel G Solomon, Jonathan W Peirce, Neel T Dhruv, Peter Lennie. Neuron 2004
205
26

Efficiency and ambiguity in an adaptive neural code.
A L Fairhall, G D Lewen, W Bialek, R R de Ruyter Van Steveninck. Nature 2001
465
23


Parallel processing in the mammalian retina.
Heinz W√§ssle. Nat Rev Neurosci 2004
652
21

Different circuits for ON and OFF retinal ganglion cells cause different contrast sensitivities.
Kareem A Zaghloul, Kwabena Boahen, Jonathan B Demb. J Neurosci 2003
155
21

A synaptic mechanism for retinal adaptation to luminance and contrast.
Tim Jarsky, Mark Cembrowski, Stephen M Logan, William L Kath, Hermann Riecke, Jonathan B Demb, Joshua H Singer. J Neurosci 2011
73
23

Adaptive rescaling maximizes information transmission.
N Brenner, W Bialek, R de Ruyter van Steveninck. Neuron 2000
385
20

The contrast sensitivity of retinal ganglion cells of the cat.
C Enroth-Cugell, J G Robson. J Physiol 1966
20


Segregation of object and background motion in the retina.
Bence P Olveczky, Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Nature 2003
219
19

Vesicle depletion and synaptic depression at a mammalian ribbon synapse.
Joshua H Singer, Jeffrey S Diamond. J Neurophysiol 2006
114
19


Distinct expressions of contrast gain control in parallel synaptic pathways converging on a retinal ganglion cell.
Deborah Langrill Beaudoin, Michael B Manookin, Jonathan B Demb. J Physiol 2008
35
42




Synaptic mechanisms of adaptation and sensitization in the retina.
Anton Nikolaev, Kin-Mei Leung, Benjamin Odermatt, Leon Lagnado. Nat Neurosci 2013
51
27



Timescales of inference in visual adaptation.
Barry Wark, Adrienne Fairhall, Fred Rieke. Neuron 2009
113
16

Independence of luminance and contrast in natural scenes and in the early visual system.
Valerio Mante, Robert A Frazor, Vincent Bonin, Wilson S Geisler, Matteo Carandini. Nat Neurosci 2005
208
15

Functional circuitry of the retinal ganglion cell's nonlinear receptive field.
J B Demb, L Haarsma, M A Freed, P Sterling. J Neurosci 1999
118
15


Controlling the gain of rod-mediated signals in the Mammalian retina.
Felice A Dunn, Thuy Doan, Alapakkam P Sampath, Fred Rieke. J Neurosci 2006
127
15

Sensory adaptation.
Barry Wark, Brian Nils Lundstrom, Adrienne Fairhall. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2007
265
15

Anticipation of moving stimuli by the retina.
M J Berry, I H Brivanlou, T A Jordan, M Meister. Nature 1999
244
14


Retinal ganglion cells can rapidly change polarity from Off to On.
Maria Neimark Geffen, Saskia E J de Vries, Markus Meister. PLoS Biol 2007
69
15

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
14


Disinhibition combines with excitation to extend the operating range of the OFF visual pathway in daylight.
Michael B Manookin, Deborah Langrill Beaudoin, Zachary Raymond Ernst, Leigh J Flagel, Jonathan B Demb. J Neurosci 2008
160
14


The challenges natural images pose for visual adaptation.
Fred Rieke, Michael E Rudd. Neuron 2009
110
14

Predicting every spike: a model for the responses of visual neurons.
J Keat, P Reinagel, R C Reid, M Meister. Neuron 2001
201
12


The statistical computation underlying contrast gain control.
Vincent Bonin, Valerio Mante, Matteo Carandini. J Neurosci 2006
54
18



Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.