Features of the human rod bipolar cell ERG response during Fusion of Scotopic Flicker
The ability of the eye to distinguish between intermittently presented flash stimuli is a measure of the temporal resolution of vision. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between the features of the human rod bipolar cell response (as measured from the scotopic ERG b-wave) and the psychophysically measured critical fusion frequency (CFF). Stimuli consisted of dim (∼0.04 Td • s), blue flashes presented either singly, or as flash pairs (at a range of time separations, between 5...[Show more]
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