All Relations between color perception and lateral geniculate nucleus

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Bingao Zhang, Rong Zhang, Jingjin Zhao, Jiarui Yang, Shengyong X. The mechanism of human color vision and potential implanted devices for artificial color vision. Frontiers in neuroscience. vol 18. 2024-07-04. PMID:38962178. the neural mechanism of color vision is complicated, involving the co-ordinated functions of a variety of cells, such as retinal cells and lateral geniculate nucleus cells, as well as multiple levels of the visual cortex. 2024-07-04 2024-07-10 human
Isaac Temores, Alexander Naylor, Karen L Gunthe. Effect of Spots versus Gratings on Non-Cardinal Color Perception: Experiment 2. Journal of vision. vol 22. issue 3. 2022-02-04. PMID:35120222. the lateral geniculate nucleus (lgn) processes cardinal colors but not non-cardinal, while non-cardinal color perception occurs in the visual cortex. 2022-02-04 2023-08-13 human
Josh W Mouland, Abigail Pienaar, Christopher Williams, Alex J Watson, Robert J Lucas, Timothy M Brow. Extensive cone-dependent spectral opponency within a discrete zone of the lateral geniculate nucleus supporting mouse color vision. Current biology : CB. vol 31. issue 15. 2021-09-24. PMID:34111401. extensive cone-dependent spectral opponency within a discrete zone of the lateral geniculate nucleus supporting mouse color vision. 2021-09-24 2023-08-13 mouse
Ralph W Pridmor. A new transformation of cone responses to opponent color responses. Attention, perception & psychophysics. vol 83. issue 4. 2021-05-03. PMID:33409899. it is widely agreed that the color vision process moves quickly from cone receptors to opponent color cells in the retina and lateral geniculate nucleus. 2021-05-03 2023-08-13 Not clear
Chris Tailby, Soon Keen Cheong, Alexander N Pietersen, Samuel G Solomon, Paul R Marti. Colour and pattern selectivity of receptive fields in superior colliculus of marmoset monkeys. The Journal of physiology. vol 590. issue 16. 2013-01-08. PMID:22687612. these data suggest that s cone signals may reach cortical pathways for colour vision exclusively through the koniocellular division of the lateral geniculate nucleus. 2013-01-08 2023-08-12 monkey
W E L CLAR. The laminar pattern of the lateral geniculate nucleus considered in relation to colour vision. Documenta ophthalmologica. Advances in ophthalmology. vol 3. 2007-12-27. PMID:18142202. the laminar pattern of the lateral geniculate nucleus considered in relation to colour vision. 2007-12-27 2023-08-12 Not clear
Samuel G Solomo. Striate cortex in dichromatic and trichromatic marmosets: neurochemical compartmentalization and geniculate input. The Journal of comparative neurology. vol 450. issue 4. 2002-10-17. PMID:12209849. here, the neurochemical compartmentalization of blobs and their input from the lateral geniculate nucleus (lgn) was measured in marmosets (callithrix jacchus) identified as having either dichromatic or trichromatic color vision. 2002-10-17 2023-08-12 marmoset
J M Rovamo, M I Kankaanpää, H Kukkone. Modelling spatial contrast sensitivity functions for chromatic and luminance-modulated gratings. Vision research. vol 39. issue 14. 1999-06-28. PMID:10367059. vision research, 34, 1301-1314) to colour vision by taking into account the fact that due to the spatio-chromatic opponency of retinal ganglion cells and dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dlgn) neurons, equiluminous chromatic gratings are not affected by precortical lateral inhibition. 1999-06-28 2023-08-12 human
P R Martin, A J White, A K Goodchild, H D Wilder, A E Sefto. Evidence that blue-on cells are part of the third geniculocortical pathway in primates. The European journal of neuroscience. vol 9. issue 7. 1997-09-25. PMID:9240412. colour vision in primates is mediated by cone opponent ganglion cells in the retina, whose axons project to the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus in the visual thalamus. 1997-09-25 2023-08-12 monkey
P E King-Smith, M Lubow, S C Bene. Selective damage to chromatic mechanisms in neuro-ophthalmic diseases I. Review of published evidence. Documenta ophthalmologica. Advances in ophthalmology. vol 58. issue 3. 1985-03-05. PMID:6440765. this evidence is based on: (1) disproportion between chromatic and achromatic isopters; (2) differential damage to red-green and blue-yellow color vision; (3) detection static perimetry; (4) the foveal photochromatic interval; (5) the two color threshold technique; (6) spectral sensitivity on a white background; (7) single unit and histological studies of the retina and lateral geniculate nucleus; (8) lesions of the prestriate color area; (9) selective damage to achromatic processes. 1985-03-05 2023-08-12 Not clear
G H Jacob. Differences in spectral response properties of LGN cells in male and female squirrel monkeys. Vision research. vol 23. issue 5. 1983-09-23. PMID:6880043. the spectral response patterns of single cells recorded from the lateral geniculate nucleus (lgn) of the squirrel monkey (saimiri sciureus) were examined in light of recent behavioral evidence indicating that there are significant variations in visual sensitivity and color vision within this species. 1983-09-23 2023-08-12 human