Vangue wa davela!
(a little Ouadda for those of you out there who read it!)
Pictures from our trip to China
These pages contain my Eric Dolphy and Booker Little discographies, Captain Beefheart magic, some jazz items, Central African Republic stuff, and even some Science:
Some of this Neuroscience 2006 presentation was subsequently published below. The main point of the talk was that magnocellular LGN has a diversity of timing. This has been recognized by many authors (e.g., Kaplan & Shapley, 1982), but too often ignored. This was also the first report that lagged cells exist in monkey LGN.
Effects of fixational saccades on LGN timing (QuickTime presentation: click to move through it)
Flexible multifocal ERG (QuickTime presentation, click to advance)
Flexible multifocal ERG part 2 (QuickTime presentation as well)
Modeling lagged cells (presented at the Bard Fest, a tribute to Bard Ermentrout, a meeting on Dynamical and stochastic methods)
Wang, Saul, Roon, and Smith (2016) Activation of the molecular chaperone, sigma 1 receptor, preserves cone function in a murine model of inherited retinal degeneration. PNAS 113:E3764-72.
Saul, AB and AE Still (2016) Multifocal electroretinography in the presence of temporal and spatial correlations and eye movements. Vision 1(1):3.
Saul, AB. (2008) Lagged cells. Neurosignals 16:209-225.
Saul, AB. (2008) Temporal receptive field estimation using wavelets. J. Neurosci. Meth. 168:450-464.
Tang, Y., A. Saul, M. Gur, S. Goei, E. Wong, B. Ersoy, D.M. Snodderly (2007) Eye position compensation improves estimates of response magnitude and receptive field geometry in alert monkeys. J. Neurophysiol. 97:3439-3448.
Saul, A.B., P.L Carras, and A.L. Humphrey (2005) Temporal properties of inputs to direction selective neurons in monkey V1. J. Neurophysiol. 94:282-294.
Saul, A.B. and J.C. Feidler (2002) Development of response timing and direction selectivity in cat visual thalamus and cortex. J. Neuroscience. 22:2945-2955.
Humphrey, A.L. and A.B. Saul (1998) Strobe rearing reduces direction selectivity in area 17 by altering spatiotemporal receptive-field structure. J. Neurophysiol. 80:2991-3004.
Humphrey, A.L., A.B. Saul, and J.C. Feidler (1998) Strobe rearing prevents the convergence of inputs with different response timings onto area 17 simple cells. J. Neurophysiol. 80:3005-3020.
Murthy, A., A.L. Humphrey, A.B. Saul, and J.C. Feidler (1998) Laminar differences in the spatiotemporal structure of simple cell receptive fields in cat area 17. Visual Neurosci. 15:239-256. Copyright Cambridge University Press.
Hanna, A., A. Saul , and K. Showalter (1982) Detailed studies of propagating fronts in the iodate oxidation of arsenous acid. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 104:3838-3844.
Saul, A.B. and A.L. Humphrey (1992) Evidence of input from lagged cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus to simple cell in cortical area 17 of the cat. J. Neurophysiol. 68:1190-1208.
Saul, A.B. and A.L. Humphrey (1990) Spatial and temporal response properties of lagged and nonlagged cells in cat lateral geniculate nucleus. J. Neurophysiol. 64:206-224.
Alan Saul Dept. of Ophthalmology Augusta University Augusta GA 30912
Date created: 1994 Last modified: 28 March 2017 Maintained by: Alan Saulalan@adale.org