Figure 9. The waveform of the AII amacrine cell reaches its maximum amplitude more rapidly than the presynaptic rod bipolar cell.

Figure 9

The waveform of the AII amacrine cell reaches its maximum amplitude more rapidly than the presynaptic rod bipolar cell. At the peak of the AII cell's response, the response of the rod bipolar is only one-third of its maximum amplitude. Trace at bottom indicates the duration of the light stimulus. From Nelson (4).

From: AII Amacrine Cells

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