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Different Inner Retinal Pathways Mediate Rod-Cone Input in Irradiance Detection for the Pupillary Light Reflex and Regulation of Behavioral State in Mice

By Stewart Thompson, Steven F. Stasheff, Jasmine Hernandez, Erik Nylen, Jade S. East, Randy H. Kardon, Lawrence H. Pinto, Robert F. Mullins and Edwin M. Stone

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The authors observed differences in inner retinal pathways mediating rod-cone input to retinal irradiance coding for two different aspects of physiology and behavioral state regulated by light levels: pupillary light reflexes and a suppression of motor activity, called negative masking

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