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



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Lateral gain control in the outer retina leads to potentiation of center responses of retinal neurons.
Marjelle VanLeeuwen, Iris Fahrenfort, Trijntje Sjoerdsma, Robert Numan, Maarten Kamermans. J Neurosci 2009
25
50




Encoding light intensity by the cone photoreceptor synapse.
Sue-Yeon Choi, Bart G Borghuis, Ruth Rea, Edwin S Levitan, Peter Sterling, Richard H Kramer. Neuron 2005
47
50

Light adaptation in salamander L-cone photoreceptors.
Frederick S Soo, Peter B Detwiler, Fred Rieke. J Neurosci 2008
18
50

Rods progressively escape saturation to drive visual responses in daylight conditions.
Alexandra Tikidji-Hamburyan, Katja Reinhard, Riccardo Storchi, Johannes Dietter, Hartwig Seitter, Katherine E Davis, Saad Idrees, Marion Mutter, Lauren Walmsley, Robert A Bedford,[...]. Nat Commun 2017
36
50

Predictive coding: a fresh view of inhibition in the retina.
M V Srinivasan, S B Laughlin, A Dubs. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 1982
504
50



Adaptation to temporal contrast in primate and salamander retina.
D Chander, E J Chichilnisky. J Neurosci 2001
164
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Human cone light adaptation: from behavioral measurements to molecular mechanisms.
Andrew Stockman, Micha Langendörfer, Hannah E Smithson, Lindsay T Sharpe. J Vis 2006
42
50

A theory of maximizing sensory information.
J H van Hateren. Biol Cybern 1992
132
50

Physiological features of the S- and M-cone photoreceptors of wild-type mice from single-cell recordings.
Sergei S Nikonov, Roman Kholodenko, Janis Lem, Edward N Pugh. J Gen Physiol 2006
207
50

Retinal information capacity and the function of the pupil.
S B Laughlin. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 1992
35
50

Optical quality of the human eye.
F W Campbell, R W Gubisch. J Physiol 1966
516
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Design of a neuronal array.
Bart G Borghuis, Charles P Ratliff, Robert G Smith, Peter Sterling, Vijay Balasubramanian. J Neurosci 2008
45
50




Spatiotemporal frequency responses of cat retinal ganglion cells.
L J Frishman, A W Freeman, J B Troy, D E Schweitzer-Tong, C Enroth-Cugell. J Gen Physiol 1987
124
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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
50


Into the twilight zone: the complexities of mesopic vision and luminous efficiency.
Andrew Stockman, Lindsay T Sharpe. Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 2006
108
50

Loss of sensitivity in an analog neural circuit.
Bart G Borghuis, Peter Sterling, Robert G Smith. J Neurosci 2009
22
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Photon capture and signalling by melanopsin retinal ganglion cells.
Michael Tri H Do, Shin H Kang, Tian Xue, Haining Zhong, Hsi-Wen Liao, Dwight E Bergles, King-Wai Yau. Nature 2009
177
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Adaptation and dynamics of cat retinal ganglion cells.
C Enroth-Cugell, R M Shapley. J Physiol 1973
160
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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
50



Mishaps, errors, and cognitive experiences: on the conceptualization of perceptual illusions.
Daniele Zavagno, Olga Daneyko, Rossana Actis-Grosso. Front Hum Neurosci 2015
4
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Anchoring versus spatial filtering accounts of simultaneous lightness contrast.
Elias Economou, Suncica Zdravkovic, Alan Gilchrist. J Vis 2007
26
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Lightness, illumination, and gradients.
Dejan Todorović. Spat Vis 2006
20
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Lightness constancy in primary visual cortex.
S P MacEvoy, M A Paradiso. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2001
53
50

Lightness contrast in CRT and paper-and-illuminant displays.
T Agostini, N Bruno. Percept Psychophys 1996
33
50

The Glare Effect Test and the Impact of Age on Luminosity Thresholds.
Alessio Facchin, Roberta Daini, Daniele Zavagno. Front Psychol 2017
6
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Vision under mesopic and scotopic illumination.
Andrew J Zele, Dingcai Cao. Front Psychol 2015
72
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Lightness from contrast: a selective integration model.
W D Ross, L Pessoa. Percept Psychophys 2000
47
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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.