February 12, 2020
Yanli Ran1,2,7, Ziwei Huang1,2,7, Tom Baden1,4, Timm Schubert1,2, Harald Baayen5, Philipp Berens1-3,6,#, Katrin Franke1-3,#, Thomas Euler1-3,#,*
Nature Communications, accepted.
7These authors contributed equally to this work; #Senior authors, *Correspondence
- Custom scripts in Python, R and Igor for data processing, statistics analysis and plotting
- Code for receptive field estimation
- Relevant data
February 1, 2020
What the Zebrafish’s Eye tells the Zebrafish’s Brain: Retinal Ganglion Cells for Prey Capture and Colour Vision.
Mingyi Zhou*, John Bear*, Paul A Roberts, Filip K Janiak, Julie Semmelhack, Takeshi Yoshimatsu, Tom Baden$
bioRxiv doi.org/10.1101/2020.01.31.927087 *authors contributed equally, $correspondence
Fovea-like Photoreceptor Specializations Underlie Single UV-Cone Driven Prey Capture Behaviour in Zebrafish
Takeshi Yoshimatsu$, Cornelius Schroeder, Noora E Nevala, Philipp Berens, Tom Baden$
– January 17, 2019
Mouse dLGN receives functional input from a diverse population of retinal ganglion cells with limited convergence.
Miroslav Román Rosón*, Yannik Bauer*, Ann H. Kotkat, Philipp Berens#, Thomas Euler#, Laura Busse# (2019)
Neuron *authors contributed equally, #co-senior authors
Downloads coming soon.
Zimmermann MJY*, Nevala NE*, Yoshimatsu T*, Osorio D, Nilsson DE, Berens P, Baden T (2018)
Current Biology (in press) & *authors contributed equally
- 2-photon data
- Natural imaging data
Note: this data set is linked to a method paper describing the hyperspectral scanning approach in more detail which currently in preparation (Nevala and Baden, in prep.). The database contains all scans used in the Current Biology paper, but in addition comprises scans from other (terrestrial) scenes. The method paper will be uploaded to bioRxiv shortly. In addition, Supplementary Data S1 from the Current Biology paper summaries all underwater scans used in this paper.