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Unformatted text preview: the branches. The authors support a mechanism where as axons retreat from the NMJ, they shed axosomes that are entirely contained in the surrounding glial cells. Questions on the papers by Taha and Stryker, 2002: 3) (3 Points) How did ocular dominance change in the following experiments: A) monocular deprivation (MD) with saline infusion in visual cortex; B) MD with cycloheximid infusion in visual cortex; C) MD with cycloheximid infusion in the LGN. A) Neuronal responses favored the nondeprived (open) eye B) Neurons continued to be driven by the contralateral (closed) eye, similar to the nondeprived. C) Not significantly different from the saline infused mice, but different from nondeprived, neuronal responses favored the nondeprived (open) eye...
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