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Kumiko A. Percival, Paul R. Martin and Ulrike Grünert Organisation of koniocellular-projecting ganglion cells and diffuse bipolar cells in the primate fovea European Journal of Neuroscience 37

Article first published online: 13 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12117

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The fovea in the center of the retina, where the density of cone photoreceptors is maximal, is responsible for high-acuity and color vision. This study shows that over ten parallel ganglion cell pathways are present in the fovea and thus contribute to visual function in the center of the visual field. The figure shows some of the retinal ganglion cell types found in the fovea of marmoset monkeys.

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