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Specific effects of neurotransmitter antagonists on ganglion cells in rabbit retina

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Jan 16, 1976

Harry J Wyatt, N W Day

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Directionally sensitive ganglion cells in rabbit retina lose their directional sensitivity when picrotoxin, an antagonist of the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid, is infused into the retinal blood supply. Strychnine, an antagonist of glycine, does not produce this eff...read more

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    Science

    Jan 16, 1976

    Harry J Wyatt, N W Day

    PMID: 1857

    DOI: 10.1126/science.1857

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    Directionally sensitive ganglion cells in rabbit retina lose their directional sensitivity when picrotoxin, an antagonist of the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid, is infused into the retinal blood supply. Strychnine, an antagonist of glycine, does not produce this eff...read more

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    Blood Supply Aspects
    Receptive Field
    Benign Neoplasm of Retina
    Neurosteroids
    Strychnine Assay

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