New on bioRxiv: Zebrafish RGC functions

We are delighted to see this one up on bioRxiv. Using 2p imaging and photolabelling we characterized RGCs in larval zebrafish. We find that RGCs across the eye are both structurally and functionally highly asymmetric, and capture plenty of interesting specializations that help the animal navigate it’s sensory ecological niche.

Zhou M*, Bear J*, Roberts PA, Janiak FK, Semmelhack J, Yoshimatsu T, Baden T§. What the Zebrafish’s Eye Tells the Zebrafish’s Brain: Retinal Ganglion Cells for Prey Capture and Colour Vision. bioRxiv doi: https/doi.org/10.1101/2020.01.31.927087. direct link. pdf.

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