The shift in ocular dominance induced by monocular deprivation is a sensitive index of the synaptic plasticity available in the binocular visual cortex. In juveniles, brief (≤3 d) monocular deprivation induces a rapid depression in the response to stimulation of the deprived eye, followed by a slowly emerging potentiation of the response to stimulation of the nondeprived eye (Frenkel and Bear, 2004). In adults, brief monocular deprivation is ineffective. However, a longer period of monocular deprivation (≥5 d) can induce a shift in ocular dominance, attributable entirely to potentiation of the response to stimulation of the nondeprived eye (Sawtell et al., 2003). Here, we show that persistent, juvenile-like ocular dominance plasticity can be restored in the adult visual cortex by visual deprivation. In visually deprived adults, brief monocular deprivation induces a rapid depression in the response to stimulation of the deprived eye, previously only reported in juveniles, and an acceleration ...
Cortical circuits are sensitive to experience during well-defined intervals of early postnatal development called critical periods (1). After the critical period, plasticity is reduced or absent. Monocular deprivation (MD) is a classic model of experience-dependent plasticity. MD during the critical period results in a shift of ocular dominance (OD) of cortical neurons in favor of the nondeprived eye (2, 3). No OD shift is seen after MD in adult animals. The factors responsible for the cessation of OD plasticity in adults are only partially known. There is some evidence that the developmental increase in intracortical inhibition reduces plasticity and contributes to the termination of the critical period (4-6). However, other factors present in the adult visual cortex could stabilize synaptic connections and limit experience-dependent plasticity. CSPGs are attractive candidates for this role. CSPGs are components of the ECM that inhibit axonal sprouting and growth (7-9). Their adult pattern of ...
The objective of this study was to identify new candidate genes involved in experience-dependent plasticity. To this aim, we combined previously obtained data from recombinant inbred BXD strains on ocular dominance (OD) plasticity and gene expression levels in the neocortex. We validated our approach using a list of genes which alter OD plasticity when inactivated. The expression levels of one fifth of these genes correlated with the amount of OD plasticity. Moreover, the two genes with the highest relative inter-strain differences were among the correlated genes. This suggests that correlation between gene expression levels and OD plasticity is indeed likely to point to genes with a causal role in modulating or generating plasticity in the visual cortex. After this validation on known plasticity genes, we identified new candidate genes by a multi-step approach. First, a list was compiled of all genes of which the expression level in BXD strains correlate with the amount of OD plasticity. To narrow this
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My specific interests lie in understanding how visual activity shapes the structure and function of connections between neurons in the visual cortex. During the critical period, closure of one eye leads to a shift in the responses of neurons towards the open eye. My labs current work focuses on the structural basis for this rapid ocular dominance plasticity using in vivo two-photon microscopy to elucidate single cell structure deep in the intact brain. Dendritic spines are the postsynaptic structures of most excitatory synapses in the CNS. Interestingly, spine structure is highly dynamic making the precise morphology of the spine a possible candidate for the coding of synaptic strength. By combining structural two-photon imaging with functional intrinsic signal imaging in the ferret and mouse, we can correlate changes in synaptic structure with changes in response properties of the visual cortex. These experiments have shown increased spine motility as well as increased spine and axon terminal ...
My specific interests lie in understanding how visual activity shapes the structure and function of connections between neurons in the visual cortex. During the critical period, closure of one eye leads to a shift in the responses of neurons towards the open eye. My labs current work focuses on the structural basis for this rapid ocular dominance plasticity using in vivo two-photon microscopy to elucidate single cell structure deep in the intact brain. Dendritic spines are the postsynaptic structures of most excitatory synapses in the CNS. Interestingly, spine structure is highly dynamic making the precise morphology of the spine a possible candidate for the coding of synaptic strength. By combining structural two-photon imaging with functional intrinsic signal imaging in the ferret and mouse, we can correlate changes in synaptic structure with changes in response properties of the visual cortex. These experiments have shown increased spine motility as well as increased spine and axon terminal ...
A general theory previously proposed by the author which describes synaptic stabilization on the basis of three basic assumptions is employed for the understanding of ocular dominance column formation
PURPOSE: To investigate the association between ocular dominance and refraction. METHODS: A retrospective study of the cycloplegic refraction of 2453 consecutive patients with a mean age of 46 +/- 12 years (range: 18 to 79 years) was performed. One t
In this study, we have identified STAT1 as an important negative regulator of the homeostatic component of experience-dependent plasticity. STAT1 KO mice show enhanced OD plasticity attributable to an accelerated increase in open-eye responses after 4 d MD, whereas increasing STAT1 signaling by exogenous IFNγ in WT mice impairs open-eye responses and reduces OD plasticity after 7 d MD. Moreover, closed-eye responses return back to control levels after 7 d MD in STAT1 KO mice, suggesting that these mice have stronger homeostatic plasticity. An AMPAR-mediated mechanism contributes to enhanced plasticity in STAT1 KO mice: cell surface expression and synaptic function of AMPARs after 4 d MD in KO mice closely resemble those after 7 d MD in WT mice, when homeostatic plasticity normally becomes evident. This finding is consistent with a recent study demonstrating that GluA1 is required for the homeostatic component of OD plasticity: GluA1 KO mice lack open-eye potentiation, but do have closed-eye ...
Connections in adult brain are highly precise, but they do not start out that way. Precision emerges during development as synaptic connections remodel in a process requiring neural activity (action potentials and synaptic transmission). Activity also regulates neuronal gene expression. In an unbiased screen, Major Histocompatibility Class I (MHCI) genes were unexpectedly discovered to be in neurons and regulated by activity and visual experience (Corriveau et al, 1998). To assess requirements for MHCI in CNS, mutant mice lacking stable surface expression of all MHCI, or specific MHCI genes, were examined. Synapse regression in developing visual system fails, and ocular dominance (OD) plasticity in visual cortex is greater than in WT (Huh et al, 2000; Datwani et al, 2009). In a search for receptors that could interact with neuronal MHCI, PirB, an innate immune receptor, was found highly expressed in neurons throughout mouse CNS. In mutant mice lacking PirB, OD plasticity is increased (Syken et ...
Correlation-based development of ocularly matched orientation and ocular dominance maps: determination of required input activities.. E. Erwin and K. Miller. J Neurosci 18 9870-95 (1998). http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=9822745. We extend previous models for separate development of ocular dominance and orientation selectivity in cortical layer 4 by exploring conditions permitting combined organization of both properties. These conditions are expressed in terms of functions describing the degree of correlation in the firing of two inputs from the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN), as a function of their retinotopic separation and their type (ON center or OFF center and left eye or right eye). The development of ocular dominance requires that the correlations of an input with other inputs of the same eye be stronger than or equal to its correlations with inputs of the opposite eye and strictly stronger at small retinotopic separations. ...
It really is the many common reason behind childhood vision problems and can be easily corrected with glasses or contact lenses before the age of 7. From then on age, the problem is harder to improve and is usually treated with therapies that deliberately handicap the strong eye to be able to power improvement in the poor eyesight. One common therapy involves wearing a patch over the strong eye, while another involves using vision-blurring drops for the reason that optical eye instead. For the new study, researchers assigned 88 Chinese children between the age range of 7 and 12 who experienced from lazy eye either to undergo five traditional sessions weekly for the condition or even to use a patch over their good eye for just two hours per day. All participants were also given fresh glasses and instructed to execute near-vision activities for an complete hour a day. Read the Post According to a study conducted by researchers from the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.. ...
Im a righty, but very cross eye dominant. When I started, I was using a righty isosceles stance and both eyes open. Figured out how to focus and had decent...
In the visual system, prolonged exposure to a high contrast stimulus leads to a decrease in neuronal responsiveness, referred to as contrast adaptation. Contrast adaptation has been extensively studied in carnivores and primates, but has so far received little attention in mice. This thesis explores contrast adaptation and its mechanisms in mouse primary visual cortex (V1). Using extracellular tetrode recordings in mouse V1, I found contrast adaptation to be orientation unspecific. While this finding differs from reports in carnivores and primates, it is consistent with the notion that responsiveness of individual neurons is influenced by the activity history of the local network. Adaptation was also found to be cell-type specific, as putative parvalbumin (PV) expressing interneurons underwent less adaptation than other cell types. There is debate whether adaptation arises within the cortex or is inherited from the earlier stages in the visual pathway (e.g. visual thalamus or retina). In order ...
Purpose: : To investigate the incidence of high order ocular aberrations (HOAs) in relationship with age, sex, race, and eye dominance pre- and post-LASIK. Methods: : Wavefront exams were uniformly randomly selected from 10 clinical studies in the United States and Canada. All 335 patients (635 eyes) had undergone LASIK for myopia, hyperopia, or presbyopia. Ages ranged from 21 to 65 (43±11). The cohort comprised 50.7% females and 49.3% males. The racial makeup of the cohort was 90.7% Caucasian, 7.8% unknown, 0.9% Black, and 0.6% Asian/Pacific. Pre- and post-Op wavefront maps were compared and analyzed. Exams with wavefront maps smaller than 5 mm were excluded. Maps larger than 5 mm were scaled to 5 mm for comparison purposes. Results: : No statistical difference in pre-and post op HOAs was found between male and female subjects or in HOAs between pre- and post-op dominant and non-dominant eyes. However, Asian subjects had statistically significantly more HOAs pre-operatively than non-Asian ...
The subplate forms a transient circuit required for development of connections between the thalamus and the cerebral cortex. When subplate neurons are ablated, ocular dominance columns do not form in the visual cortex despite the robust presence of thalamic axons in layer 4. We show that subplate ab …
Cells that were aligned via their DNA centroid (see 1.) were rotated based on either the DNA or their cell boundary contours depending on their specific cell cycle category. For cells in interphase and prophase, the alignment contour was based on the two-dimensional cell membrane contour of the center slice of the z-stack of the cell. For cells in metaphase and anaphase, the alignment contour was based on the two-dimensional maximum intensity projection of the z-stack corresponding to the DNA. For cells in early prometaphase, the alignment contour was generated using one of the two techniques just described depending on the eccentricity of the largest connected component of the DNA. For instance, if that value were below 0.55 the cell would be aligned similar to cells in interphase and prophase; however, if the eccentricity exceeded 0.55, indicating a preferential direction for DNA, the cell would be aligned similar to cells in metaphase and anaphase. This ensured the best alignment performance ...
In adults, certain regions of the brains visual cortex respond preferentially to specific types of input, such as faces or objects-but how and when those preferences arise has long puzzled neuroscientists.
Date&Time: Tuesday June 4, 2013, at 17:00. Abstract. Connections in adult brain are highly precise, but they do not start out that way. Precision emerges during development as synaptic connections remodel in a process requiring neural activity (action potentials and synaptic transmission). Activity also regulates neuronal gene expression. In an unbiased screen, Major Histocompatibility Class I (MHCI) genes were unexpectedly discovered to be in neurons and regulated by activity and visual experience (Corriveau et al, 1998). To assess requirements for MHCI in CNS, mutant mice lacking stable surface expression of all MHCI, or specific MHCI genes, were examined. Synapse regression in developing visual system fails, and ocular dominance (OD) plasticity in visual cortex is greater than in WT (Huh et al, 2000; Datwani et al, 2009). In a search for receptors that could interact with neuronal MHCI, PirB, an innate immune receptor, was found highly expressed in neurons throughout mouse CNS. In mutant mice ...
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There are a number of forces that create competition in the gases and welding industry, including supplier bargaining power, competitive rivalry and customers. By John Cioffi.
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Rapid eye movement sleep is maximal during early life, but its function in the developing brain is unknown. We investigated the role of rapid eye movement sleep in a canonical model of developmental plasticity in vivo (ocular dominance plasticity in the cat) induced by monocular deprivation. Preventing rapid eye movement sleep after monocular deprivation reduced ocular dominance plasticity and inhibited activation of a kinase critical for this plasticity (extracellular signal-regulated kinase). Chronic single-neuron recording in freely behaving cats further revealed that cortical activity during rapid eye movement sleep resembled activity present during monocular deprivation. This corresponded to times of maximal extracellular signal-regulated kinase activation. These findings indicate that rapid eye movement sleep promotes molecular and network adaptations that consolidate waking experience in the developing brain.. ...
Rapid eye movement sleep is maximal during early life, but its function in the developing brain is unknown. We investigated the role of rapid eye movement sleep in a canonical model of developmental plasticity in vivo (ocular dominance plasticity in the cat) induced by monocular deprivation. Preventing rapid eye movement sleep after monocular deprivation reduced ocular dominance plasticity and inhibited activation of a kinase critical for this plasticity (extracellular signal-regulated kinase). Chronic single-neuron recording in freely behaving cats further revealed that cortical activity during rapid eye movement sleep resembled activity present during monocular deprivation. This corresponded to times of maximal extracellular signal-regulated kinase activation. These findings indicate that rapid eye movement sleep promotes molecular and network adaptations that consolidate waking experience in the developing brain. ...
Binocular rivalry has intrigued researchers for over two centuries, but research into its neural mechanisms was until recently limited to behavioral and animal studies. The availability of functional magnetic resonance imaging since the 1990s has boosted the neuroscientific investigation of binocular rivalry in humans. Functional neuroimaging has revealed an involvement of all levels of the brain’s visual processing hierarchy in rivalry dynamics, including early subcortical and cortical stages, functionally specialized visual areas, and non-sensory frontoparietal regions. Moreover, variants of binocular rivalry have helped to elucidate the neural fate of unconscious information during binocular rivalry suppression. The findings from neuroimaging research are integrated into a comprehensive view on how different processing stages interact to resolve perceptual conflict in the human brain.
The team wanted to see if the transplanted cells would affect the visual systems response to the visual deprivation after the critical period. They studied the cells effects after allowing them to mature for varying lengths of time. When the cells were as young as 17 days old or as old as 43 days old, they had little impact on the neural circuitry of the region. However, when they were 33-39 days old, their impact was significant. During that time, monocular visual deprivation shifted the neural responses away from the deprived eye and toward the non-deprived eye, revealing the state of ocular dominance plasticity. ...
The molecular basis for the decline in experience-dependent neural plasticity over age remains poorly understood. In visual cortex, the robust plasticity induced in juvenile mice by brief monocular deprivation during the critical period is abrogated by genetic deletion of Arc, an activity-dependent regulator of excitatory synaptic modification. Here, we report that augmenting Arc expression in adult mice prolongs juvenile-like plasticity in visual cortex, as assessed by recordings of ocular dominance (OD) plasticity in vivo. A distinguishing characteristic of juvenile OD plasticity is the weakening of deprived-eye responses, believed to be accounted for by the mechanisms of homosynaptic long-term depression (LTD). Accordingly, we also found increased LTD in visual cortex of adult mice with augmented Arc expression and impaired LTD in visual cortex of juvenile mice that lack Arc or have been treated in vivo with a protein synthesis inhibitor. Further, we found that although activity-dependent ...
Chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans are major inhibitory molecules for neural plasticity under both physiological and pathological conditions. The chondroitin sulfate degrading enzyme chondroitinase ABC promotes functional recovery after spinal cord injury, and restores experience-dependent plasticity, such as ocular dominance plasticity and fear erasure plasticity, in adult rodents. These data suggest that the sugar chain in a proteoglycan moiety is essential for the inhibitory activity of proteoglycans. However, the significance of the core protein has not been studied extensively. Furthermore, considering that chondroitinase ABC is derived from bacteria, a mammalian endogenous enzyme which can inactivate the proteoglycans activity is desirable for clinical use.. Methods ...
Binocular rivalry occurs when the eyes are presented with different images at the same location: one image dominates while the other is ...
There were differences statistically significant in MDVA and MNVA in dominant eye between centre-distance design and centre-near design (P< 0.01). However, in dominant eye, there were not found variances statistically significant in near and distance, between the 2 optical designs. Values of MDVA were -0.019 ±0.12 logMAR with centre-distance whereas in near design MNVA was -0.02 ±0.10 logMAR, both in dominant eye. Although CSF in dominant eye was worse in near design than centre-distance under photopic and mesopic conditions at distance, not statistically differences were observed (P> 0.05). Centre near design provided better values of CSF under photopic conditions at near in dominant eye ...
The original finding aid described this as: Description: The Visual Function Tester 1 (VFT-1) device drifts on the middeck of Atlantis, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 104. VFT-1 measures changes in the vision of an astronaut in microgravity. It is a hand-held, battery-powered device with a binocular eyepiece that uses controlled illumination to present a variety of visual targets for testing primarily visual acuity and eye interaction effects, such as stereopsis and eye dominance. This experiment is being conducted in conjunction with the Military Man in Space activities. Subject Terms: STS-44, ATLANTIS (ORBITER), EYE DOMINANCE, EYE EXAMINATIONS, MIDDECK, SPACEBORNE EXPERIMENTS, STEREOSCOPIC VISION, VISUAL PERCEPTION Date Taken: 10/14/1999 Original: Film Preservation File Format: TIFF. less ...
A study in mice reveals an elegant circuit within the developing visual system that helps dictate how the eyes connect to the brain. The research, funded by the National Institutes of Health, has implications for treating amblyopia (also known as "lazy eye"), a vision disorder that occurs when the brain ignores one eye in favor of the other. Amblyopia is the most common cause of visual impairment in childhood, and can occur whenever there is a misalignment between what the two eyes see-for example, if one eye is clouded by a cataract or if the eyes are positioned at different angles. The brain at first has a slight preference for the more functional eye, and over time-as that eye continues to send the brain useful information-the brains preference for that eye gets stronger at the expense of the other eye. Patching the strong eye can help correct amblyopia. But if the condition isnt caught and corrected during childhood, visual impairment in the weaker eye is likely to persist into adulthood. ...
One of the most traumatic events in your childs life can be the arrival of a new baby. For a toddler, adapting to a new baby in the house can be a very stressful experience.
Downloadable! Coordination games arise very often in studies of industrial organization and international trade. This type of games has multiple strict equilibria, and therefore the identification of testable predictions is very difficult. We study a vertical product differentiation model with two asymmetric players choosing first qualities and then prices. This game has two equilibria for some parameter values. However, we apply the risk dominance criterion suggested by Harsanyi and Selten and show that it always selects the equilibrium where the leader is the firm having some initial advantage. We then perform an experimental analysis to test whether the risk dominance prediction is supported by the behaviour of laboratory agents. We show that the probability that the risk dominance prediction is right depends crucially on the degree of asymmetry of the game. The stronger the asymmetries the higher the predictive power of the risk dominance criterion.
Article: Preserved excitatory-inhibitory balance of cortical synaptic inputs following deprived eye stimulation after a saturating period of monocular deprivation in rats. ...
I think that the theories on mechanisms of the USN should necessarily include also the function of the areas on the left hemisphere involved in spatial rotations. I think that the syndrome is the result of the dysfunction of the integration of spatial information (in tridimensional coordinates) of the homologous areas of both hemispheres, which program body movements. These areas in normal conditions facilitate the work of the dominant eye, hand, leg on the right side of the body ...
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Between February 2001 and October 2002, 55 subjects with anisometropic myopia were recruited from patients who attended clinics for refractive errors and itchy eye. All subjects included in this study underwent a complete ophthalmic examination and ascertainment of ocular and hand dominance. In this study, a diagnosis of anisometropic myopia was made if an individual had a spherical equivalent of less than −0.5 diopters (D) in one eye and no more than 0 D in the other eye, and a difference in spherical equivalent of at least 0.5 D between the two eyes. The following inclusion criteria were required: orthophoria determined by the cover test, and an optimum distance correction giving an equal vision of better than 20/22 (6/6.7) in the two eyes (i.e., the absence of amblyopia). Because anisometropia is associated with amblyopia, 17 only nonamblyopic subjects were included in the study to avoid any effect of amblyopia on ocular dominance. 6 Subjects were not eligible and were excluded from the ...
The target refraction was emmetropia in the dominant eye and in the nondominant eye it was either approximately -1.5D (Blended Vision, 25 patients) or emmetropia (Emmetropic Vision, 25 patients). As a third group we considered phakic eyes (30 patients). Three months after surgery, stereopsis was tested using the Stereo Fly Test (Precision Vision), which was positioned at a distance of 16inches. Analogue to logMAR-values for visual acuity, we calculated the logartihm of the minimum angle of stereopsis (logMAS) and compared the median values of all groups. Furthermore patients answered question from a Quality of Vision questionnaire related to depth perception ...
Figure S1. Proportion of correct responses in the forced choice task with respect to performance of the first introspection task. To evaluate whether reports in the introspection task could be used in order to categorize trials to explicit and implicit we first analyzed the reports of the second forced choice task in relation to the responses on the first task. Bars represent the proportion of correct choices in the forced choice task when the subjects subjectively reported that they recognized the prime or did not recognize the prime. This analysis was conducted separately for Experiment 1 (image primes, A) and Experiment 2 (word primes, B). As can be seen, in both experiments (but more so in Exp. 1) better than chance performance was obtained even when subjects reported that they did not recognize the prime in the introspection task. Therefore, we reasoned that this introspection response, in the case of our experimental design, was not indicative enough of implicit processing. We decided not ...
Accountant supermarket manager ,a href=" http://previously-on-lost.com/cefaclor-ceclor-suspension/ ",naproxen (naprosyn) and cefaclor (ceclor),/a, But thereâ s also a deeper economic point to this. Where dominance is achieved simply by giving the market what it wants this means that that dominance is of course contestable. And thereâ s something we know about contestable monopolies and or dominance. Which is that the company with that dominance cannot exploit it: for if they do then competitors will arise and challenge that dominance. Another way of putting it is that if Google annoys its customers by the way that it presents search results then consumers will go off and use Bing instead at which point Google wonâ t be dominant any more. The end result of this is that when a company has contestable dominance then we donâ t actually need to worry about that dominance. For the potential competition from new entrants will keep that dominant company on the straight and narrow ...
At this point in time we are currently patching 2 hours a day for 3 months. Patching covers the strong eye forcing the brain to work the weaker eye. At first patching was a pretty scary experience for the whole family. Ashlynn was completely blind with the patch on. After patching she was very tired and mentally worn down. As a parent it is very hard to watch your child struggle and help them conquer their fear. As of today Ashlynn can see very large objects, and has learned how to play with the patch on. We are confident that we will be able to avoid surgery, and look at glasses as a possibility for the left eye ...
Being that I am right eye dominant and that my left eye is 20/15 and my right eye is 20/25 but blurry at virtually every distance, do I run the risk of having long-term issues focusing with my dominant eye? For instance, I am in the security business and require the use of my dominant eye in taking aim. Currently it feels like I am struggling to aim through my right eye and often I notice that my left eye visual field takes over and I see the wrong part of the firearm. I shoot with both eyes open, as is required in the field I am in; if I close the left eye, I can see the sites but of course they are blurry. This is really frustrating ...