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Zentrifugale, efferente Einflüsse auf das Schwellen-ERG

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A preliminary report is given on the changes of excitability and the adaptation-state of the retina by efferent inhibition. By a light-stimulus to the one eye (O. I), the excitability of the contralateral, darkadapted eye (O. II) decreased the ERG-level to half as well as the amplitudes of the b-wave of O. I.

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Hellner, K.A. Zentrifugale, efferente Einflüsse auf das Schwellen-ERG. Experientia 19, 458–459 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02150644

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