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Kareem A Zaghloul, Michael B Manookin, Bart G Borghuis, Kwabena Boahen, Jonathan B Demb. J Neurophysiol 2007
Times Cited: 36







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513 articles co-cited >1



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Segregation of object and background motion in the retina.
Bence P Olveczky, Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Nature 2003
220
47

A retinal circuit that computes object motion.
Stephen A Baccus, Bence P Olveczky, Mihai Manu, Markus Meister. J Neurosci 2008
93
47



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
38

The contrast sensitivity of retinal ganglion cells of the cat.
C Enroth-Cugell, J G Robson. J Physiol 1966
38

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
161
33

Fast and slow contrast adaptation in retinal circuitry.
Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Neuron 2002
318
33

Effects of remote stimulation on the mean firing rate of cat retinal ganglion cells.
C L Passaglia, C Enroth-Cugell, J B Troy. J Neurosci 2001
55
33

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
75
33

Different circuits for ON and OFF retinal ganglion cells cause different contrast sensitivities.
Kareem A Zaghloul, Kwabena Boahen, Jonathan B Demb. J Neurosci 2003
156
30



The spatial structure of a nonlinear receptive field.
Gregory W Schwartz, Haruhisa Okawa, Felice A Dunn, Josh L Morgan, Daniel Kerschensteiner, Rachel O Wong, Fred Rieke. Nat Neurosci 2012
120
30











Approach sensitivity in the retina processed by a multifunctional neural circuit.
Thomas A Münch, Rava Azeredo da Silveira, Sandra Siegert, Tim James Viney, Gautam B Awatramani, Botond Roska. Nat Neurosci 2009
186
25

The neuronal organization of the retina.
Richard H Masland. Neuron 2012
411
25



Identification and characterization of a Y-like primate retinal ganglion cell type.
Dumitru Petrusca, Matthew I Grivich, Alexander Sher, Greg D Field, Jeffrey L Gauthier, Martin Greschner, Jonathon Shlens, E J Chichilnisky, Alan M Litke. J Neurosci 2007
94
22


Contrast adaptation in subthreshold and spiking responses of mammalian Y-type retinal ganglion cells.
Kareem A Zaghloul, Kwabena Boahen, Jonathan B Demb. J Neurosci 2005
63
22


Crossover inhibition in the retina: circuitry that compensates for nonlinear rectifying synaptic transmission.
Alyosha Molnar, Hain-Ann Hsueh, Botond Roska, Frank S Werblin. J Comput Neurosci 2009
60
22




Center surround receptive field structure of cone bipolar cells in primate retina.
D Dacey, O S Packer, L Diller, D Brainard, B Peterson, B Lee. Vision Res 2000
112
19




Adaptation to temporal contrast in primate and salamander retina.
D Chander, E J Chichilnisky. J Neurosci 2001
164
19

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

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
298
19



The nonlinear pathway of Y ganglion cells in the cat retina.
J D Victor, R M Shapley. J Gen Physiol 1979
130
19

Cone contacts, mosaics, and territories of bipolar cells in the mouse retina.
Heinz Wässle, Christian Puller, Frank Müller, Silke Haverkamp. J Neurosci 2009
274
19



The most numerous ganglion cell type of the mouse retina is a selective feature detector.
Yifeng Zhang, In-Jung Kim, Joshua R Sanes, Markus Meister. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2012
153
19


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.