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Fig. S1. Group (top left) and individual (lower 3 rows) time series data for activation of the LGN contralateral to the am,blyopic eye. When stimulated by the amblyopic eye nasal retinal fibres dominate the activation of the contralateral LGN. On average, the LGN activation by the amblyopic eye is significantly reduced compared to activation by the fellow fixing eye for both peak and average time course measures: average BOLD t(5) = 2.94, P = 0.016, peak BOLD t(5) = 3.45, P = 0.009, 1-tailed, with a Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons for contra- and ipsilateral LGN (Figure 2S), P = 0.025. Error bars show ±1 SEM. P <&thinsp;0.05.

Fig. S2. Group (top left) and individual (lower 3 rows) time series data for activation of the LGN contralateral to the am,blyopic eye. When stimulated by the amblyopic eye nasal retinal fibres dominate the activation of the contralateral LGN. On average, the LGN activation by the amblyopic eye is significantly reduced compared to activation by the fellow fixing eye for both peak and average time course measures: average BOLD t(5) = 8.02, P < 0.0005, peak BOLD t(5) = 7.57, P = 0.001, 1-tailed, with a Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons for contra- and ipsilateral LGN (Figure 2S), P = 0.025. Error bars show ±1 SEM. P <&thinsp;0.01.

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