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Enrica Strettoi, Rania A Masri, Ulrike Grünert. Sci Rep 2018
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82 articles co-cited >1



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Identification of AⅡ amacrine, displaced amacrine, and bistratified ganglion cell types in human retina with antibodies against calretinin.
Sammy C S Lee, Felix Weltzien, Michele C Madigan, Paul R Martin, Ulrike Grünert. J Comp Neurol 2016
27
71


Morphological Classification of Bipolar Cells of the Primate Retina.
B. B. Boycott, H. Wässle. Eur J Neurosci 1991
228
57

Topography of ganglion cells in human retina.
C A Curcio, K A Allen. J Comp Neurol 1990
57

Parallel processing in the mammalian retina.
Heinz Wässle. Nat Rev Neurosci 2004
660
57

Adaptation of the central retina for high acuity vision: cones, the fovea and the avascular zone.
Jan M Provis, Adam M Dubis, Ted Maddess, Joseph Carroll. Prog Retin Eye Res 2013
121
57

A comparison of immunocytochemical markers to identify bipolar cell types in human and monkey retina.
Silke Haverkamp, Francoise Haeseleer, Anita Hendrickson. Vis Neurosci 2003
103
57

Immunocytochemical analysis of bipolar cells in the macaque monkey retina.
U Grünert, P R Martin, H Wässle. J Comp Neurol 1994
178
57

Human photoreceptor topography.
C A Curcio, K R Sloan, R E Kalina, A E Hendrickson. J Comp Neurol 1990
57


Calcium buffer proteins are specific markers of human retinal neurons.
Orsolya Kántor, Szilvia Mezey, Jennifer Adeghate, Angela Naumann, Roland Nitschke, Anna Énzsöly, Arnold Szabó, Ákos Lukáts, János Németh, Zoltán Somogyvári,[...]. Cell Tissue Res 2016
16
42

Connexin36 Expression in the Mammalian Retina: A Multiple-Species Comparison.
Tamás Kovács-Öller, Gábor Debertin, Márton Balogh, Alma Ganczer, József Orbán, Miklós Nyitrai, Lajos Balogh, Orsolya Kántor, Béla Völgyi. Front Cell Neurosci 2017
15
42


Neurons of the human retina: a Golgi study.
H Kolb, K A Linberg, S K Fisher. J Comp Neurol 1992
234
42

Analysis of bipolar and amacrine populations in marmoset retina.
Felix Weltzien, Kumiko A Percival, Paul R Martin, Ulrike Grünert. J Comp Neurol 2015
16
42




Topography of Neurons in the Rod Pathway of Human Retina.
Sammy C S Lee, Paul R Martin, Ulrike Grünert. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2019
11
42

The primate fovea: Structure, function and development.
Andreas Bringmann, Steffen Syrbe, Katja Görner, Johannes Kacza, Mike Francke, Peter Wiedemann, Andreas Reichenbach. Prog Retin Eye Res 2018
74
42


Molecular Classification and Comparative Taxonomics of Foveal and Peripheral Cells in Primate Retina.
Yi-Rong Peng, Karthik Shekhar, Wenjun Yan, Dustin Herrmann, Anna Sappington, Gregory S Bryman, Tavé van Zyl, Michael Tri H Do, Aviv Regev, Joshua R Sanes. Cell 2019
111
42

Recoverin immunoreactivity in mammalian cone bipolar cells.
A H Milam, D M Dacey, A M Dizhoor. Vis Neurosci 1993
241
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The diverse functional roles and regulation of neuronal gap junctions in the retina.
Stewart A Bloomfield, Béla Völgyi. Nat Rev Neurosci 2009
235
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Bipolar cell gap junctions serve major signaling pathways in the human retina.
Orsolya Kántor, Alexandra Varga, Roland Nitschke, Angela Naumann, Anna Énzsöly, Ákos Lukáts, Arnold Szabó, János Németh, Béla Völgyi. Brain Struct Funct 2017
16
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Electrical coupling between mammalian cones.
Steven H DeVries, Xiaofeng Qi, Robert Smith, Walter Makous, Peter Sterling. Curr Biol 2002
87
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Rod pathways in the retina of the cat.
H Kolb, R Nelson. Vision Res 1983
145
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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
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Photovoltage of rods and cones in the macaque retina.
D M Schneeweis, J L Schnapf. Science 1995
222
28



Photoreceptor coupling mediated by connexin36 in the primate retina.
Jennifer J O'Brien, Xiaoming Chen, Peter R Macleish, John O'Brien, Stephen C Massey. J Neurosci 2012
59
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AII amacrine cells discriminate between heterocellular and homocellular locations when assembling connexin36-containing gap junctions.
Arndt Meyer, Gerrit Hilgen, Birthe Dorgau, Esther M Sammler, Reto Weiler, Hannah Monyer, Karin Dedek, Sheriar G Hormuzdi. J Cell Sci 2014
20
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A new look at calretinin-immunoreactive amacrine cell types in the monkey retina.
Helga Kolb, Li Zhang, Laura Dekorver, Nicolas Cuenca. J Comp Neurol 2002
60
28

Rod vision: pathways and processing in the mammalian retina.
S A Bloomfield, R F Dacheux. Prog Retin Eye Res 2001
231
28


The clinical relevance of visualising the peripheral retina.
Nicola Quinn, Lajos Csincsik, Erin Flynn, Christine A Curcio, Szilard Kiss, SriniVas R Sadda, Ruth Hogg, Tunde Peto, Imre Lengyel. Prog Retin Eye Res 2019
31
28

Spatial resolution across the macaque retina.
W H Merigan, L M Katz. Vision Res 1990
70
28



Spikes in mammalian bipolar cells support temporal layering of the inner retina.
Tom Baden, Philipp Berens, Matthias Bethge, Thomas Euler. Curr Biol 2013
83
28

Connectivity between the OFF bipolar type DB3a and six types of ganglion cell in the marmoset retina.
Rania A Masri, Kumiko A Percival, Amane Koizumi, Paul R Martin, Ulrike Grünert. J Comp Neurol 2016
10
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Retinal ganglion cell density and cortical magnification factor in the primate.
H Wässle, U Grünert, J Röhrenbeck, B B Boycott. Vision Res 1990
227
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Y-cell receptive field and collicular projection of parasol ganglion cells in macaque monkey retina.
Joanna D Crook, Beth B Peterson, Orin S Packer, Farrel R Robinson, John B Troy, Dennis M Dacey. J Neurosci 2008
87
28


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
28

Segregation of object and background motion in the retina.
Bence P Olveczky, Stephen A Baccus, Markus Meister. Nature 2003
220
28


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.