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Baowang Li, Jeffrey K Thompson, Thang Duong, Matthew R Peterson, Ralph D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 2006
Times Cited: 58







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645 articles co-cited >1



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Mechanisms underlying cross-orientation suppression in cat visual cortex.
Nicholas J Priebe, David Ferster. Nat Neurosci 2006
121
75


Organization of suppression in receptive fields of neurons in cat visual cortex.
G C DeAngelis, J G Robson, I Ohzawa, R D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 1992
277
60

Suppression without inhibition in visual cortex.
Tobe C B Freeman, Séverine Durand, Daniel C Kiper, Matteo Carandini. Neuron 2002
153
58




Dynamics of suppression in macaque primary visual cortex.
Matthew A Smith, Wyeth Bair, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurosci 2006
83
37

A synaptic explanation of suppression in visual cortex.
Matteo Carandini, David J Heeger, Walter Senn. J Neurosci 2002
159
36

Two distinct mechanisms of suppression in human vision.
Yury Petrov, Matteo Carandini, Suzanne McKee. J Neurosci 2005
134
31


Intracortical origins of interocular suppression in the visual cortex.
Frank Sengpiel, Vasily Vorobyov. J Neurosci 2005
57
29


Cross-orientation suppression: monoptic and dichoptic mechanisms are different.
Baowang Li, Matthew R Peterson, Jeffrey K Thompson, Thang Duong, Ralph D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 2005
46
36

Cross-orientation inhibition in cat is GABA mediated.
M C Morrone, D C Burr, H D Speed. Exp Brain Res 1987
68
27

The suppressive field of neurons in lateral geniculate nucleus.
Vincent Bonin, Valerio Mante, Matteo Carandini. J Neurosci 2005
155
27

Nature and interaction of signals from the receptive field center and surround in macaque V1 neurons.
James R Cavanaugh, Wyeth Bair, J Anthony Movshon. J Neurophysiol 2002
510
27


Length and width tuning of neurons in the cat's primary visual cortex.
G C DeAngelis, R D Freeman, I Ohzawa. J Neurophysiol 1994
351
25



Early and late mechanisms of surround suppression in striate cortex of macaque.
Ben S Webb, Neel T Dhruv, Samuel G Solomon, Chris Tailby, Peter Lennie. J Neurosci 2005
164
22


Normalization as a canonical neural computation.
Matteo Carandini, David J Heeger. Nat Rev Neurosci 2011
802
22


Different mechanisms underlie three inhibitory phenomena in cat area 17.
F Sengpiel, R J Baddeley, T C Freeman, R Harrad, C Blakemore. Vision Res 1998
102
20

The contribution of spike threshold to the dichotomy of cortical simple and complex cells.
Nicholas J Priebe, Ferenc Mechler, Matteo Carandini, David Ferster. Nat Neurosci 2004
153
20


Natural signal statistics and sensory gain control.
O Schwartz, E P Simoncelli. Nat Neurosci 2001
423
20

The Psychophysics Toolbox.
D H Brainard. Spat Vis 1997
20


Binocular cross-orientation suppression in the cat's striate cortex.
G A Walker, I Ohzawa, R D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 1998
41
26





Profound contrast adaptation early in the visual pathway.
Samuel G Solomon, Jonathan W Peirce, Neel T Dhruv, Peter Lennie. Neuron 2004
206
17

Contrast masking in human vision.
G E Legge, J M Foley. J Opt Soc Am 1980
622
17



Neural mechanisms of orientation selectivity in the visual cortex.
D Ferster, K D Miller. Annu Rev Neurosci 2000
393
17



Functionally distinct inhibitory neurons at the first stage of visual cortical processing.
Judith A Hirsch, Luis M Martinez, Cinthi Pillai, Jose-Manuel Alonso, Qingbo Wang, Friedrich T Sommer. Nat Neurosci 2003
136
17


Contrast's effect on spatial summation by macaque V1 neurons.
M P Sceniak, D L Ringach, M J Hawken, R Shapley. Nat Neurosci 1999
415
17

Contrast gain control in the cat's visual system.
I Ohzawa, G Sclar, R D Freeman. J Neurophysiol 1985
395
15

Contextual modulation involves suppression and facilitation from the center and the surround.
Tim S Meese, Robert J Summers, David J Holmes, Stuart A Wallis. J Vis 2007
36
25




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.