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Physiological and pharmacological analysis of suppressive rod-cone interaction in Necturus retina [corrected].

Eysteinsson T, Frumkes TE.

J Neurophysiol. 1989 Apr;61(4):866-77. Erratum in: J Neurophysiol 1989 Jun;61(6):followi.

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The cellular basis for suppressive rod-cone interaction.

Frumkes TE, Eysteinsson T.

Vis Neurosci. 1988;1(3):263-73.

PMID:
3154799
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OFF-alpha and OFF-beta ganglion cells in cat retina. I: Intracellular electrophysiology and HRP stains.

Nelson R, Kolb H, Freed MA.

J Comp Neurol. 1993 Mar 1;329(1):68-84.

PMID:
8454726
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Interactions among rods in the isolated retina of Bufo marinus.

Griff ER, Pinto LH.

J Physiol. 1981 May;314:237-54.

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Temporal and spatial properties of suppressive rod-cone interaction.

Horiguchi M, Eysteinsson T, Arden GB.

Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 1991 Mar;32(3):575-81.

PMID:
2001932
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Spatial properties of rod-cone interactions in flicker and hue detection.

Peachey NS, Alexander KR, Derlacki DJ.

Vision Res. 1990;30(8):1205-10.

PMID:
2402887
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Rod influence on cone flicker detection: variation with retinal eccentricity.

Alexander KR, Fishman GA.

Vision Res. 1986;26(6):827-34.

PMID:
3750866
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The response of cat horizontal cells to flicker stimuli of different area, intensity and frequency.

Foerster MH, van de Grind WA, GrĂ¼sser OJ.

Exp Brain Res. 1977 Sep 28;29(3-4):367-85.

PMID:
913523
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Rod-cone interaction in flicker detection.

Coletta NJ, Adams AJ.

Vision Res. 1984;24(10):1333-40.

PMID:
6523753

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