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    1. Kayser, A; Priebe, NJ; Miller, KD
      Contrast-dependent nonlinearities arise locally in a model of contrast-invariant orientation tuning

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Brosch, M; Schulz, A; Scheich, H
      Processing of sound sequences in macaque auditory cortex: Response enhancement

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. PELAYO FJ; ROS E; ARREGUIT X; PRIETO A
      VLSI IMPLEMENTATION OF A NEURAL MODEL USING SPIKES

      Analog integrated circuits and signal processing
    4. VARELA JA; SEN K; GIBSON J; FOST J; ABBOTT LF; NELSON SB
      A QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTION OF SHORT-TERM PLASTICITY AT EXCITATORY SYNAPSES IN LAYER-2 3 OF RAT PRIMARY VISUAL-CORTEX/

      The Journal of neuroscience
    5. LEONARDS U; SINGER W
      SELECTIVE TEMPORAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PROCESSING STREAMS WITH DIFFERENTIAL SENSITIVITY FOR COLOR AND LUMINANCE CONTRAST

      Vision research
    6. GUO QF; BROWN JH
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN WINTER AND SUMMER ANNUALS IN THE CHIHUAHUAN DESERT

      Oecologia
    7. BROSCH M; SCHREINER CE
      TIME-COURSE OF FORWARD MASKING TUNING CURVES IN CAT PRIMARY AUDITORY-CORTEX

      Journal of neurophysiology
    8. SNOWDEN RJ; HAMMETT ST
      SPATIAL-FREQUENCY ADAPTATION - THRESHOLD ELEVATION AND PERCEIVED CONTRAST

      Vision research
    9. KLEINFELD D; DELANEY KR
      DISTRIBUTED REPRESENTATION OF VIBRISSA MOVEMENT IN THE UPPER LAYERS OF SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX REVEALED WITH VOLTAGE-SENSITIVE DYES

      Journal of comparative neurology
    10. TURNER JP; TANNENBAUM GS
      IN-VIVO EVIDENCE OF A POSITIVE ROLE FOR SOMATOSTATIN TO OPTIMIZE PULSATILE GROWTH-HORMONE SECRETION

      American journal of physiology: endocrinology and metabolism


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