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2021 year
Authors: Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximova E., Maximov P.

Fine Structure of the Receptive Fields of Orientation-Selective Ganglion Cells in the Fish Retina // Neurosci Behav Physi 51, pp. 816819 (2021). Published online 09 September 2021. Translated from Sensornye Sistemy, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 1924, JanuaryMarch, 2020. doi: 10.1007/s11055-021-01138-7
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2021 year
Authors: Zaichikova A., Damjanović I., Maximov P., Aliper A., Maximova E.

Visual neurons of fish tectum opticum, their extracellular spike activity and search for their adequate stimulation. // Sensornye sistemy [Sensory systems]. 2021. V. 35(1). P. 1122 (in Russian). doi: 10.31857/S0235009221010108
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2021 year
Authors: Maximova E., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximov P.

Ganglion Cells with Sustained Activity in the Fish Retina and Their Possible Function in Evaluation of Visual Scenes. Neurosci Behav Physi 51, 123133 (2021). Translated from Rossiiskii Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal imeni I. M. Sechenova, Vol. 106, No. 4, pp. 486503 (2020). doi: 10.1007/s11055-020-01047-1
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2020 year
Authors: Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximova E., Maximov P.

Tonkaya struktura retseptivnykh polei orientatsionno izbiratelnykh ganglioznykh kletok setchatki ryb [Fine structure of receptive fields of orientation-selective ganglion cells in goldfish retina]. Sensornye sistemy [Sensory systems]. 2020. V. 34(1). P. 19-24 (in Russian). doi: 10.31857/S0235009220010035
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2020 year
Authors: Maximova E., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximov P.

Ganglion Cells with Sustained Activity of the Fish Retina and their Putative Function in Comprehension of the Visual Surround (in Russian) // Russian Journal of Physiology. 106(4): 486503. doi: 10.31857/S0869813920040044
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2020 year
Authors: Maximova E., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximov P.

On the organization of receptive fields of retinal spot detectors projecting to the fish tectum: Analogies with the local edge detectors in frogs and mammals // Journal of Comparative Neurology. Volume 528 (2020). Pages 1423-1435. Available online 21 November 2019. doi: 10.1002/cne.24824
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2019 year
Authors: Maximov P., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Maximova E.

Receptive field sizes of retinal ganglion cells in fish: why different methods give different results // Visionarium XVIII (2019), September (14)16-18, Tvarminne zoological station, University of Helsinki, Finland. Book of Abstracts. P.20.
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2019 year
Authors: Maximov P., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Maximova E.

A model explaining colour-specific responses of the goldfish retinal ganglion cells // The European Retina Meeting 2019. 12th - 14th of September, Helsinki, Finland. Book of abstracts. P.103.
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2019 year
Authors: Zaichikova A., Aliper A., Damjanović I., Maximov P., Maximova E.

Spot detectors in fish tectum: properties of their receptive fields, comparison with other animals // The European Retina Meeting 2019. 12th - 14th of September, Helsinki, Finland. Book of abstracts. P.197.
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2019 year
Authors: Aliper A., Damjanović I., Zaichikova A., Maximov P., Maximova E.

Fine structure of receptive fields of orientation-selective ganglion cells in goldfish retina // The European Retina Meeting 2019. 12th - 14th of September, Helsinki, Finland. Book of abstracts. P.199.
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2019 year
Authors: Maximov P., Aliper A., Maximova E.

Colour-specific responses of the goldfish retinal ganglion cells revealed by cone-isolated visual stimulation // The 25th Symposium of the International Colour Vision Society Abstract Book July 5-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia. P. 107.
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2019 year
Authors: Aliper A., Zaichikova A., Damjanović I., Maximov P., Kasparson A., Gačić Z., Maximova E.

Updated functional segregation of retinal ganglion cell projections in the tectum of a cyprinid fish further elaboration based on microelectrode recordings // Fish Physiology and Biochemistry (2019), Volume 45, Pages 773-792 . Available online 5 January 2019. The final publication is available at link.springer.com. doi: 10.1007/s10695-018-0603-0
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2019 year
Authors: Damjanović I., Maximov P., Aliper A., Zaichikova A., Gačić Z., Maximova E.

Putative targets of direction-selective retinal ganglion cells in the tectum opticum of cyprinid fish // Brain Research (2019) Volume 1708, 1 April 2019, Pages 20-26. Available online 5 December 2018. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2018.12.006
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2018 year
Authors: Maximova E., Maximov P., Damjanović I., Aliper A., Zaichikova A.

Ganglion cells local edge detectors (spot detectors) in rabbit, fish and frog retinas // Symposium Visionarium XVII, 13-16 October, 2018, Tvarminne, University of Helsinki, Finland. Book of Abstracts, PP. 28-29.
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2018 year
Authors: Aliper A.

Receptive feld sizes of sustained ganglion cells in the retina of Carassius gibelio // Sensornye sistemy, 2018, Vol. 32, 1, pp. 8-13 (in Russian)
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2017 year
Authors: Zaichikova A., Aliper A., Maximov P., Damjanović I., Maximova E.

Refinement of the functional segregation of retinal ganglion cell projections in the goldfish tectum by means of microelectrode recordings. Abstracts of the Visionarium XVI symposium. Tvarminne, Finland. 2017. P. 37
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2017 year
Authors: Aliper A., Damjanović I., Maximov P., Maximova E.

Receptive field structure of sustained ganglion cells in the fish retina // European Retina Meeting 2017. Paris, France. October 5-7, 2017. Book of abstracts. P. 143
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2015 year
Authors: Aliper A., Maximova E., Maximov P.

Differences between sustained ganglion cells and motion detectors in terms of contrast sensitivity and color properties // European Retina Meeting 2015. Brighton, UK. October 1-3, 2015. Book of abstracts. P. 66
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2015 year
Authors: Maximova E., Maximov P., Damjanović I., Aliper A., Kasparson A., Maximov V.

Color properties of the motion detectors projecting to the goldfish tectum: III. Color-opponent interactions in the receptive field // Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 11 December 2015 (online ready), Vol. 14, No. 04 (2015), 441-454
An electronic version of an article published as JIN 14(4): 441-454 DOI: 10.1142/S0219635215500272
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2015 year
Authors: Maximov V., Maximova E., Damjanović I., Aliper A., Maximov P.

Color properties of the motion detectors projecting to the goldfish tectum: II. Selective stimulation of different chromatic types of cones // Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 30 December 2014 (online ready), Vol. 14, No. 01 (2015), 31-52
An electronic version of an article published as JIN 14(1): 31-52 DOI: 10.1142/S0219635215500053
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2015 year
Authors: Damjanović I., Maximova E., Aliper A., Maximov P., Maximov V.

Opposing motion inhibits responses of direction-selective ganglion cells in the fish retina // Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 22 January 2015 (online ready), Vol. 14, No. 01 (2015), 53-72
An electronic version of an article published as JIN 14(1): 53-72 DOI: 10.1142/S0219635215500077
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