A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

C W Oyster, J I Simpson, E S Takahashi, R E Soodak. J Comp Neurol 1980
Times Cited: 107







List of co-cited articles
1001 articles co-cited >1



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The accessory optic system.
J I Simpson. Annu Rev Neurosci 1984
412
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The accessory optic system and its relation to the vestibulocerebellum.
J I Simpson, R E Soodak, R Hess. Prog Brain Res 1979
113
19

Displaced ganglion cells and the accessory optic system of pigeon.
K V Fite, N Brecha, H J Karten, S P Hunt. J Comp Neurol 1981
121
18



The accessory optic fiber system in the rat.
W R HAYHOW, C WEBB, A JERVIE. J Comp Neurol 1960
199
18






Morphologies of rabbit retinal ganglion cells with complex receptive fields.
F R Amthor, E S Takahashi, C W Oyster. J Comp Neurol 1989
203
15





Almost all ganglion cells in the rabbit retina project to the superior colliculus.
D I Vaney, L Peichl, H Wässle, R B Illing. Brain Res 1981
88
15




Mechanisms and circuitry underlying directional selectivity in the retina.
Shelley I Fried, Thomas A Münch, Frank S Werblin. Nature 2002
234
13



Optokinetic nystagmus and the accessory optic system of pigeon and turtle.
K V Fite, A Reiner, S P Hunt. Brain Behav Evol 1979
91
14

ON direction-selective ganglion cells in the mouse retina.
Wenzhi Sun, Qiudong Deng, William R Levick, Shigang He. J Physiol 2006
59
22

Identification of retinal ganglion cells and their projections involved in central transmission of information about upward and downward image motion.
Keisuke Yonehara, Hiroshi Ishikane, Hiraki Sakuta, Takafumi Shintani, Kayo Nakamura-Yonehara, Nilton L Kamiji, Shiro Usui, Masaharu Noda. PLoS One 2009
107
13



A key role of starburst amacrine cells in originating retinal directional selectivity and optokinetic eye movement.
K Yoshida, D Watanabe, H Ishikane, M Tachibana, I Pastan, S Nakanishi. Neuron 2001
240
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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.