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Synapses get together for vision

A sophisticated analysis in mice of how inputs to neurons from other neurons are distributed across individual cells of the brain's visual cortex provides information about how mammalian vision is processed. See Letter p.449

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Figure 1: Mapping visual space onto individual neurons.

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