The distribution and role of Ten-m3 in the developing retinogeniculate and retinocollicular projections in the wallaby Macropus eugenii
The projections from the retina to the visual centres of the brain, such as the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus and superior colliculus, are organised into retinotopic maps. These maps represent the spatial identity of visual information in the pattern of axonal connections formed and are particularly important for binocular vision, which requires the retinotopically accurate matching of projections from both eyes. Retinotopic guidance cues provide a chemical basis for forming retinotopic...[Show more]
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