In whole-mounts of Golgi stained rat retinae four cell types are described in the ganglion cell layer. Three of these cell types are considered to be analogous to the alpha, delta and gamma cells described in the cat retina by Boycott & Wässle (1974). The fourth cell type is thoughtt to be a displaced amacrine cell. All the cell types described are present in all parts of the retina. There is no evidence for an increase in dendritic field size with increasing distance from the optic disk.
The ganglion cell response to optic nerve injury in the cat: differential responses revealed by neurofibrillar staining
Characterization of the sprouting response of axon-like processes from retinal ganglion cells after axotomy in adult hamsters: a model using intravitreal implantation of a peripheral nerve
Qualitative and quantitative ultrastructural observations on retinal ganglion cell layer of rat after intraorbital optic nerve crush
Mathematical modelling of neuronal dendritic branching patterns in two dimensions: application to retinal ganglion cells in the cat and rat
Two pharmacological classes of quisqualate-induced electrical responses in rat retinal ganglion cells in vitro
'Hidden lamination' in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus: the functional organization of this thalamic region in the rat
A quantitative comparison of the reactions of retinal ganglion cells to optic nerve crush in neonatal and adult mice
Target regions enhance the outgrowth and survival of ganglion cells in embryonic retina transplanted to cerebral cortex in neonatal rats
Regeneration of adult rat retinal ganglion cell processes in monolayer culture: comparisons between cultures of adult and neonatal neurons
Postnatal development of the ipsilaterally projecting retinal ganglion cells in normal rats and rats with neonatal lesions
Retinal ganglion cell projections to the superior colliculus of the hamster demonstrated by the horseradish peroxidase technique
Elimination of transient dendritic spines in ipsilaterally projecting retinal ganglion cells in rats with neonatal unilateral thalamotomy
The area centralis of the retina in the cat and other mammals: focal point for function and development of the visual system
Evidence for differential effects of terminal and dendritic competition upon developmental neuronal death in the retina
Rat and human visual-evoked potentials recorded under comparable conditions: a preliminary analysis to address the issue of predicting human neurotoxic effects from rat data
Morphological and functional analysis of an incomplete CNS fiber tract lesion: graded crush of the rat optic nerve
Combined methods of retrograde staining, layer-separation and viscoelastic cell stabilization to isolate retinal ganglion cells in adult rats
Axon-target interactions maintain synaptic gene expression in retinae transplanted to intracranial regions of the rat
Alterations in channel density and kinetic properties of the sodium current in retinal ganglion cells of the rat during in vivo differentiation
Dendritic competition in the developing retina: ganglion cell density gradients and laterally displaced dendrites
The retinal ganglion cell distribution and the representation of the visual field in area 17 of the owl monkey, Aotus trivirgatus
Alpha ganglion cells in mammalian retinae: common properties, species differences, and some comments on other ganglion cells
Spatial summation and contrast sensitivity of X and Y cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the macaque
Adult Retinofugal Axons Regenerating Through Peripheral Nerve Grafts Can Restore the Light-induced Pupilloconstriction Reflex
Melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells: architecture, projections, and intrinsic photosensitivity
Long-term gene therapy causes transgene-specific changes in the morphology of regenerating retinal ganglion cells
Morphological demonstration of retinal neuroreceptors and mRNA: immunohistochemical demonstration of adrenergic receptor and visualization of preprotachykinin A mRNA by in situ hybridization histochemistry
The Relationship of Microglial Cells to Dying Neurons During Natural Neuronal Cell Death and Axotomy-induced Degeneration of the Rat Retina
Retinal ganglion cells in normal hamsters and hamsters with novel retinal projections. I. Number, distribution, and size
Retinal ganglion cells with NADPH-diaphorase activity in the chick form a regular mosaic with a strong dorsoventral asymmetry that can be modelled by a minimal spacing rule
Quantitative analysis of dendritic morphology of the α and δ retinal ganglion cells in the rat: a cell classification study
Eph/ephrin expression in the adult rat visual system following localized retinal lesions: localized and transneuronal up-regulation in the retina and superior colliculus
Reversible modulation of GABA(A) receptor-mediated currents by light is dependent on the redox state of the receptor
Age-dependent changes in the regulation mechanisms for intracellular calcium ions in ganglion cells of the mouse retina
Colocalization of hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-gated channel subunits in rat retinal ganglion cells
APV prevents the elimination of transient dendritic spines on a population of retinal ganglion cells
Specific transcellular staining of microglia in the adult rat after traumatic degeneration of carbocyanine-filled retinal ganglion cells
Plasticity in innervation of the rat superior colliculus by transplanted retinae as a result of eye removal at maturity
Characterization of the signaling interactions that promote the survival and growth of developing retinal ganglion cells in culture
Light-dependent induction of cFos during subjective day and night in PACAP-containing ganglion cells of the retinohypothalamic tract
Retinal projections in mice with inherited retinal degeneration: implications for circadian photoentrainment
Four retinal ganglion cell types that project to the superior colliculus in the thirteen-lined ground squirrel (Spermophilus tridecemlineatus)
Unilateral injury to the adult rat optic nerve causes multiple cellular responses in the contralateral site
Light-induced phase shift in the Syrian hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) is attenuated by the PACAP receptor antagonist PACAP6-38 or PACAP immunoneutralization
Morphologic analysis and classification of ganglion cells of the chick retina by intracellular injection of Lucifer Yellow and retrograde labeling with DiI
MK-801 reduces retinal ganglion cell survival but improves visual performance after controlled optic nerve crush
Birth dates of retinal ganglion cells giving rise to the crossed and uncrossed optic projections in the mouse
Dimensional differences among the groups of retinal ganglion cells according to the retinal zones in chicks
A selective loss of small-diameter myelinated optic nerve axons in rats prenatally exposed to ethanol
Population magnitudes and distribution of the major modal classes of cat retinal ganglion cell as estimated from HRP filling and a systematic survey of the soma diameter spectra for classical neurones
Lucifer yellow, retrograde tracers, and fractal analysis characterise adult ferret retinal ganglion cells
Metabolic activity in striate and extrastriate cortex in the hooded rat: contralateral and ipsilateral eye input
Assessment of rat and mouse RGC apoptosis imaging in vivo with different scanning laser ophthalmoscopes
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