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1. Lateral Interactions and Receptive Field Structure of Lobula Plate Tangential Cells in the Blowfly


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2. Physiological clustering of visual channels in the mouse retina

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3. The neural basis of recovery from unilateral vestibular damage: role of the vestibular commissure

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4. Lateral interactions and receptive field structure of lobula plate tangential cells in the blowfly

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5. Adaptive rescaling extends the dynamic ranges of central vestibular signals in the alert cat


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6. Adaptive rescaling extends the dynamic ranges of central vestibular signals in the alert cat

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7. Physiological clustering of visual channels in the mouse retina

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8. Sharing receptive fields with your neighbors: tuning the vertical system cells to wide field motion

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9. Input organization of multifunctional motion-sensitive neurons in the blowfly

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10. Adaptive rescaling of central sensorimotor signals is preserved after unilateral vestibular damage

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