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Archive: Volume 6, 2014

Current research on the organization and function of the visual system in primates

Kaas JH, Balaram P

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:1-4

Published Date: 23 September 2014

Metabotropic glutamate receptor 5 shows different patterns of localization within the parallel visual pathways in macaque and squirrel monkeys

Shostak Y, Wenger A, Mavity-Hudson J, Casagrande VA

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:29-43

Published Date: 24 September 2014

Very-long-range disynaptic V1 connections through layer 6 pyramidal neurons revealed by transneuronal tracing with rabies virus

Liu YJ, Arreola M, Coleman C, Lyon DC

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:45-56

Published Date: 24 September 2014

Distinct patterns of corticogeniculate feedback to different layers of the lateral geniculate nucleus

Ichida JM, Mavity-Hudson JA, Casagrande VA

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:57-73

Published Date: 24 September 2014

Mutual information of local field potentials distinguishes area-V2 stripe compartments

Parajuli A, Eriksson A, Felleman DJ

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:75-95

Published Date: 24 September 2014

Orientation domain diversity in macaque area V2

Ramsden BM, Hung CP, Roe AW

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:97-112

Published Date: 24 September 2014

Anisotropy of ongoing neural activity in the primate visual cortex

Maier A, Cox MA, Dougherty K, Moore B, Leopold DA

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:113-120

Published Date: 23 September 2014

Distribution of cortical neurons projecting to the superior colliculus in macaque monkeys

Cerkevich CM, Lyon DC, Balaram P, Kaas JH

Eye and Brain 2014, 6:121-137

Published Date: 23 September 2014