the regulation of critical period for ocular dominance plasticity

Yu Gu
The experience dependent plasticity of stimulus selectivity, including ocular dominance plasticity, is highest during a postnatal critical period. The developmental constraint on this plasticity is thought to underlie the inability to recover from amblyopia in adults, which has generated interest in understanding the mechanisms for the initiation and termination of the critical period. Previously, it had been shown dark exposure initiated in adulthood (P90) reactivates robust ocular dominance plasticity in the visual cortex. In this...
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