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Spike-Dependent GABA Inputs to Bipolar Cell Axon Terminals Contribute to Lateral Inhibition of Retinal Ganglion Cells

By Mark C. Bieda, David R. Copenhagen, J Neurophysiol, A. Warrier, S. Borges, D. Dalcino, C. Walters, M. Wilson, B. K. Hoffpauir, E. L. Gleason, D. Raz, Amacrine Cells, J. Vigh, E. Solessio, C. W. Morgans, E. M. Lasater, J Neurophysiol, C. R. Shields, P. D. Lukasiewicz, J Neurophysiol, Neuroscience Glycine, Physiology Amacrine Cells, Neuroscience Neurotransmitters and Neuroscience Gaba


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