Data from: Visual receptive field properties of neurons in the mouse lateral geniculate nucleus

Jiaying Tang, Silvia C. Ardila Jimenez, Subhojit Chakraborty & Simon R. Schultz
The lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) is increasingly regarded as a “smart-gating” operator for processing visual information. Therefore, characterizing the response properties of LGN neurons will enable us to better understand how neurons encode and transfer visual signals. Efforts have been devoted to study its anatomical and functional features, and recent advances have highlighted the existence in rodents of complex features such as direction/orientation selectivity. However, unlike well-researched higher-order mammals such as primates, the full array...
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