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Ehud Kaplan
Ehud Kaplan
Visiting Professor, Charles University, and National Inst. of Mental Health, Prague, Czechia
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei mssm.edu
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The primate retina contains two types of ganglion cells, with high and low contrast sensitivity.
E Kaplan, RM Shapley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 83 (8), 2755-2757, 1986
9781986
X and Y cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of macaque monkeys.
E Kaplan, RM Shapley
The Journal of Physiology 330 (1), 125-143, 1982
7541982
Receptive fields of P and M ganglion cells across the primate retina
LJ Croner, E Kaplan
Vision research 35 (1), 7-24, 1995
6351995
New views of primate retinal function
E Kaplan, BB Lee, RM Shapley
Progress in retinal research 9, 273-336, 1990
4351990
Background light and the contrast gain of primate P and M retinal ganglion cells.
K Purpura, E Kaplan, RM Shapley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 85 (12), 4534-4537, 1988
3551988
Spatial summation and contrast sensitivity of X and Y cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus of the macaque
R Shapley, E Kaplan, R Soodak
Nature 292 (5823), 543-545, 1981
3191981
Contrast gain control in the primate retina: P cells are not X-like, some M cells are
EA Benardete, E Kaplan, BW Knight
Visual neuroscience 8 (5), 483-486, 1992
2901992
Response variability and timing precision of neuronal spike trains in vivo
DS Reich, JD Victor, BW Knight, T Ozaki, E Kaplan
Journal of neurophysiology 77 (5), 2836-2841, 1997
2731997
Fractal character of the neural spike train in the visual system of the cat
MC Teich, C Heneghan, SB Lowen, T Ozaki, E Kaplan
JOSA A 14 (3), 529-546, 1997
2611997
Light adaptation in the primate retina: analysis of changes in gain and dynamics of monkey retinal ganglion cells
K Purpura, D Tranchina, E Kaplan, RM Shapley
Visual neuroscience 4 (1), 75-93, 1990
2571990
Contrast affects the transmission of visual information through the mammalian lateral geniculate nucleus.
E Kaplan, K Purpura, RM Shapley
The Journal of physiology 391 (1), 267-288, 1987
2351987
The dynamics of primate M retinal ganglion cells
EA Benardete, E Kaplan
Visual neuroscience 16 (2), 355-368, 1999
2231999
The M, P, and K pathways of the primate visual system
E Kaplan
The visual neurosciences 1, 481-493, 2004
1872004
The dynamics of primate retinal ganglion cells
E Kaplan, E Benardete
Progress in brain research 134, 17-34, 2001
1842001
The receptive field organization of X-cells in the cat: spatiotemporal coupling and asymmetry
S Dawis, R Shapley, E Kaplan, D Tranchina
Vision research 24 (6), 549-564, 1984
1671984
Dynamics of neurons in the cat lateral geniculate nucleus: in vivo electrophysiology and computational modeling
P Mukherjee, E Kaplan
Journal of neurophysiology 74 (3), 1222-1243, 1995
1591995
On the molecular origin of photoreceptor noise
RB Barlow, RR Birge, E Kaplan, JR Tallent
Nature 366 (6450), 64-66, 1993
1541993
The origin of the S (slow) potential in the mammalian lateral geniculate nucleus
E Kaplan, R Shapley
Experimental Brain Research 55, 111-116, 1984
1511984
Representation of spatial frequency and orientation in the visual cortex
RM Everson, AK Prashanth, M Gabbay, BW Knight, L Sirovich, E Kaplan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (14), 8334-8338, 1998
1501998
Response variability in retinal ganglion cells of primates.
LJ Croner, K Purpura, E Kaplan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (17), 8128-8130, 1993
1461993
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