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Symposium S25 - Session 131 - Monday 14/07/2008, 14:15-15:45
Room A
Imaging development and plasticity in the visual cortex: from synapses to functional networks.

Chaired by: Levelt C.N. (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Mrsic-Floegel T.D. (London, United Kingdom)

131.1. Symposium S25-1. Mon 14/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 14:20) - Room A
Hübener M. (1), Leong J. C. S. (2), Leinweber M. (1), Mrsic-Flogel T. D. (3) & Bonhoeffer T. (1)
(1) MPI of Neurobiology, Martinsried, Germany; (2) Stanford University, Stanford, USA; (3) UCL, London, UK
- TWO-PHOTON CALCIUM IMAGING REVEALS EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF ORIENTATION SELECTIVITY IN FERRET VISUAL CORTEX.

131.2. Symposium S25-2. Mon 14/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 14:40) - Room A
Sengpiel F. (1), Schwarzkopf D. S. (1), Vorobyov V. (1) & Mitchell D. E. (2)
(1) Sch. Biosci., Cardiff Univ., Cardiff, United Kingdom; (2) Dept. Psychol., Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, Canada
- BRIEF DAILY BINOCULAR VISION PREVENTS THE BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF MONOCULAR DEPRIVATION.

131.3. Symposium S25-3. Mon 14/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 15:00) - Room A
Eysel U. T. (1, 2), Palagina A. (1, 2), Keck T. (3), Giannikopoulos D. V. (1) & Mittmann T. (1, 2)
(1) Dept. Neurophysiol., Med. Faculty, Ruhr-Uni, Bochum, Germany; (2) Intl. Grad. School Neurosci (IGSN). Ruhr-University, Bochum, Germany; (3) Max Planck Inst. Neurobiology, Martinsried, Germany
- CORTICAL REPROGRAMMING AFTER RETINAL LESIONS IN THE ADULT.

131.4. Symposium S25-4. Mon 14/07/2008, 14:15 - 15:45 (Presentation: 15:20) - Room A
Heimel J. A., Saiepour M. H., Chakravarthy S., Hermans J. M., Hartman R. J. & Levelt C. N.
NIN, Amsterdam, Netherlands
- DEFICIENT TRKB/BDNF SIGNALING IMPAIRS CORTICAL GAIN CONTROL LEADING TO A LOSS OF VISUAL ACUITY.


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