Neurobiology of the Inner Retina

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The relatively simple, stratified nature of the retina and its spe- fied use in the visual process has long made it an inviting tissue to study both for its own sake and as a model for the more complex processes of the brain. For these dual purposes, the retina can be thought of as basically consisting of two functional pans. First, the outer retina, comprised of the photoreceptor cells and attendant pigment epithelium, serves to capture the photic energy and convert it into a neurochemical response. Second, the inner ...

Neurobiology of the Inner Retina 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783642741517

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Neurobiology of the Inner Retina 1989, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783540503781

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