A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Pablo Martínez-Cañada, Christian Morillas, Begoña Pino, Eduardo Ros, Francisco Pelayo. Int J Neural Syst 2016
Times Cited: 11







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



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Virtual Retina: a biological retina model and simulator, with contrast gain control.
Adrien Wohrer, Pierre Kornprobst. J Comput Neurosci 2009
33
63

The fundamental plan of the retina.
R H Masland. Nat Neurosci 2001
622
36

The contrast sensitivity of retinal ganglion cells of the cat.
C Enroth-Cugell, J G Robson. J Physiol 1966
27


Statistical wiring of thalamic receptive fields optimizes spatial sampling of the retinal image.
Luis M Martinez, Manuel Molano-Mazón, Xin Wang, Friedrich T Sommer, Judith A Hirsch. Neuron 2014
38
27



A minimal mechanistic model for temporal signal processing in the lateral geniculate nucleus.
Eivind S Norheim, John Wyller, Eilen Nordlie, Gaute T Einevoll. Cogn Neurodyn 2012
6
33

Functional alignment of feedback effects from visual cortex to thalamus.
Wei Wang, Helen E Jones, Ian M Andolina, Thomas E Salt, Adam M Sillito. Nat Neurosci 2006
85
18

Dissecting the dynamics of corticothalamic feedback.
Henry J Alitto, W Martin Usrey. Neuron 2015
7
28




Receptive-field dynamics in the central visual pathways.
G C DeAngelis, I Ohzawa, R D Freeman. Trends Neurosci 1995
216
18




Circuits that build visual cortical receptive fields.
Judith A Hirsch, Luis M Martinez. Trends Neurosci 2006
63
18

Modeling sleep and wakefulness in the thalamocortical system.
Sean Hill, Giulio Tononi. J Neurophysiol 2005
208
18


Corticogeniculate feedback and visual processing in the primate.
Farran Briggs, W Martin Usrey. J Physiol 2011
61
18

Corticothalamic feedback enhances stimulus response precision in the visual system.
Ian M Andolina, Helen E Jones, Wei Wang, Adam M Sillito. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2007
78
18

Focal Gain Control of Thalamic Visual Receptive Fields by Layer 6 Corticothalamic Feedback.
Wei Wang, Ian M Andolina, Yiliang Lu, Helen E Jones, Adam M Sillito. Cereb Cortex 2018
13
18






Gain control by layer six in cortical circuits of vision.
Shawn R Olsen, Dante S Bortone, Hillel Adesnik, Massimo Scanziani. Nature 2012
301
18




Inhibitory circuits for visual processing in thalamus.
Xin Wang, Friedrich T Sommer, Judith A Hirsch. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2011
29
18


Oscillations and long-lasting correlations in a model of the lateral geniculate nucleus and visual cortex.
K L Kirkland, A M Sillito, H E Jones, D C West, G L Gerstein. J Neurophysiol 2000
15
18

Feedback from V1 and inhibition from beyond the classical receptive field modulates the responses of neurons in the primate lateral geniculate nucleus.
Ben S Webb, Chris J Tinsley, Nick E Barraclough, Alexander Easton, Amanda Parker, Andrew M Derrington. Vis Neurosci 2002
63
18

The role of the thalamus in the flow of information to the cortex.
S Murray Sherman, R W Guillery. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2002
488
18




Differential feedback modulation of center and surround mechanisms in parvocellular cells in the visual thalamus.
Helen E Jones, Ian M Andolina, Bashir Ahmed, Stewart D Shipp, Jake T C Clements, Kenneth L Grieve, Javier Cudeiro, Thomas E Salt, Adam M Sillito. J Neurosci 2012
23
18




Corticothalamic interactions in the transfer of visual information.
Adam M Sillito, Helen E Jones. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2002
112
18

Always returning: feedback and sensory processing in visual cortex and thalamus.
Adam M Sillito, Javier Cudeiro, Helen E Jones. Trends Neurosci 2006
142
18

Corticothalamic feedback and sensory processing.
Henry J Alitto, W Martin Usrey. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2003
113
18


Looking back: corticothalamic feedback and early visual processing.
Javier Cudeiro, Adam M Sillito. Trends Neurosci 2006
78
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.