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Sincich Laboratory Publications:

K.S. Bruce, W.M. Harmening, B.R. Langston, W.S. Tuten, A. Roorda, L.C. Sincich (2015) Normal Perceptual Sensitivity Arising From Weakly Reflective Cone Photoreceptors. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 56:4431–4438

W. M. Harmening, W. S. Tuten, A. Roorda, and L. C. Sincich. (2014) Mapping the perceptual grain of the human retina. Journal of Neuroscience 34:5667-5677


D. L. Adams, J. R. Economides, L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton. (2013)  Cortical metabolic activity matches the pattern of visual suppression in strabismusJournal of Neuroscience 33:3752-3759.        


W. M. Harmening, P. Tiruveedhula, A. Roorda and L. C. Sincich.  Measurement and correction of transverse chromatic offsets for multi-wavelength retinal microscopy in the living eye. (2012) Biomedical Optics Express 3:2066-2077.  doi:10.1364/BOE.3.002066.

L. C. Sincich, C. M. Jocson and J. C. Horton.  Neuronal projections from V1 to V2 in amblyopia. (2012)  Journal of Neuroscience 32:2648-2656.

J. R. Economides*, L. C. Sincich*, D. L. Adams, and J. C. Horton.  Orientation tuning of cytochrome oxidase patches in macaque primary visual cortex. (2011) Nature Neuroscience 14:1574-1580.   *Authors contributed equally to the work.
Note requested by Nature Publishing Group: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted here by permission of NPG for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version can be found at DOI: 10.1038/nn.2958.

J. Fitzgerald, R. J. Rowekamp, L. C. Sincich, and T. O. Sharpee.  Second order dimensionality reduction using minimum and maximum mutual information models. (2011) Public Library of Science: Computational Biology 7(10):e1002249
ploscompbiol.org, doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002249.

J. Fitzgerald, L. C. Sincich, and T. O. Sharpee.  Minimal models of multidimensional computations. (2011) Public Library of Science: Computational Biology 7(3):e1001111
ploscompbiol.org, doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.100111.

L. C. Sincich, C. M. Jocson and J. C. Horton.  V1 interpatch projections to V2 thick stripes and pale stripes. (2010) Journal of Neuroscience 30:6963-6974.

L. C. Sincich, Y. Zhang, P. Tiruveedhula, J. C. Horton and A. Roorda.  Resolving single cone inputs to visual receptive fields. (2009) Nature Neuroscience 12:967-969.
Note requested by Nature Publishing Group: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted here by permission of NPG for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version can be found at DOI: 10.1038/nn.2352.

L. C. Sincich, J. C. Horton, and T. O. Sharpee.  Preserving information in neural transmission. (2009) Journal of Neuroscience 29:6207-6216.

M. Carandini, J. C. Horton, and L. C. Sincich.  Thalamic filtering of retinal spike trains by postsynaptic summation. (2007) Journal of Vision 7(14):20, 1-11, http://journalofvision.org/7/14/20/, doi:10.1167/7.14.20.

L. C. Sincich, D. L. Adams, J. R. Economides and J. C. Horton.  Transmission of spike trains at the retinogeniculate synapse. (2007) Journal of Neuroscience 27:2683-2692.

D. L. Adams, L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  Complete pattern of ocular dominance columns in human primary visual cortex. (2007) Journal of Neuroscience 27:10391-10403.

L. C. Sincich, C. M. Jocson and J. C. Horton.  Neurons in V1 patch columns project to V2 thin stripes. (2007) Cerebral Cortex 17:929-934.

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  The circuitry of V1 and V2: Integration of color, form, and motion. (2005) Annual Review of Neuroscience 28:303-326.

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  Input to V2 thin stripes arises from V1 cytochrome oxidase patches. (2005) Journal of Neuroscience 25:10087-10093.

L. C. Sincich, K. F. Park, M. J. Wohlgemuth and J. C. Horton.  Bypassing V1: A direct geniculate input to area MT. (2004) Nature Neuroscience 7:1123-1128.
Note requested by Nature Publishing Group: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted here by permission of NPG for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version can be found at DOI: 10.1038/nn1318.

L. C. Sincich, D. L. Adams and J. C. Horton.  Complete flatmounting of the macaque cerebral cortex. (2003) Visual Neuroscience 20:663-686.
Note required by copyright holder: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted by permission of Cambridge University Press for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version can be found at DOI: 10.1017/S0952523803206088.    

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  Independent projection streams from macaque striate cortex to the second visual area and middle temporal area. (2003) Journal of Neuroscience 23: 5684-5692.

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  An albino-like decussation error in the optic chiasm revealed by anomalous ocular dominance columns. (2002) Visual Neuroscience 19:541-545.
Note required by copyright holder: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted by permission of Cambridge University Press for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version can be found at DOI: 10.1017/S0952523802194132.

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  Pale cytochrome oxidase stripes in V2 receive the richest projection from macaque striate cortex. (2002) Journal of Comparative Neurology 447:18-33.

L. C. Sincich and J. C. Horton.  Divided by cytochrome oxidase: A map of the projections from V1 to V2 in macaques. (2002) Science 295:1734-1737.               
Note requested by AAAS: This is the author’s copy of the work. It is posted here by permission of the AAAS for personal use, not redistribution. The definitive version was published in Science, on 1 March 2002, Vol. 295, DOI: 10.1126/science.1067902.    

L. C. Sincich and G. G. Blasdel.  Oriented axon projections in primary visual cortex of the monkey. (2001) Journal of Neuroscience 21:4416-4426. 

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