Data sets accompanying Khani and Gollisch, Journal of Neurophysiology 2017: Diversity in spatial scope of contrast adaptation among mouse retinal ganglion cells.

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Khani_and_Gollisch_2017_RGC_spiketrains_for_spatial_contrast_adaptation

Dataset: Mouse retinal ganglion cell responses to local contrast switches

Contact: Tim Gollisch, Email: tim.gollisch@med.uni-goettingen.de, Website: https://www.retina.uni-goettingen.de/

This repository contains the main data that was analyzed in the paper

Khani MH, Gollisch T (2017) Diversity in spatial scope of contrast adaptation among mouse retinal ganglion cells. J Neurophysiol 118:3024-3043.

The data archive contains multielectrode-array recordings of retinal ganglion cell spiking activity, measured in the isolated mouse retina. The main stimulus was a simultaneous display of two binary white-noise sequences, shown in parallel at different locations on the retina. The contrast of the white-noise sequences at one location (or at both locations alternatingly) switched repeatedly between a high and a low value. More details about the recorded data and the applied stimuli and instructions of how to use the data for analyses can be found in the manual file Manual_spatial_contrast_adaptation_data_repository.pdf.

If you plan to use these data for a publication, please inform us about it, and don't forget to cite the original paper as well as the source of the data (including the DOI).

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Title Dataset: Mouse retinal ganglion cell responses to local contrast switches
Authors Khani,Mohammad Hossein;University Medical Center Göttingen;ORCID: 0000-0003-3123-7054
Gollisch,Tim;University Medical Center Göttingen;ORCID:0000-0003-3998-533X
Description Data set accompanying Khani and Gollisch, J Physiol 2017: Diversity in spatial scope of contrast adaptation among mouse retinal ganglion cells.
License Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/)
References Khani MH, Gollisch T (2017), Diversity in spatial scope of contrast adaptation among mouse retinal ganglion cells, J Neurophysiol 118:3024-3043 [doi:0.1152/jn.00529.2017] (IsSupplementTo)
Funding DFG, CRC889.C01
EU, ERC.724822
Keywords Neuroscience
Electrophysiology
Multielectrode Arrays
Retina
Ganglion Cells
Spike trains
Mouse
Contrast adaptation
Resource Type Dataset