|Responses of V1 neurons to random parallel bar patterns in a cartesian grid.|
|DOUGLAS McLELLAND, BASHIR AHMED, WYETH BAIR|
|16 March 2007|
Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics
University of Oxford
Oxford, OX1 3PT
Support: Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship in the Basic Biomedical Sciences (W.B., D.M.), St. John's College Research Fellowship in the Sciences (W.B.), BBSRC Project Grant (B.A.) jointly held by Kristine Krug (P.I.), Andrew Parker, and Wyeth Bair.
|PREP||anesthetized (sufentanil, isoflurane), paralyzed (vecuronium)|
|DATA TYPE||extracellular spike times|
|CELL TYPE||V1 simple and complex, orientation-tuned|
|N||5 cells (active)|
The stimulus was barray.
Methods are largely similar to those use by: Bair W, Movshon JA (2004, J Neurosci 24:7305--7323). One notable difference was that isoflurane was used in addition to sufentanil.
Published analyses of these responses