A new study reveals how motion sensing neurons are linked to other cells in the eye.
Researchers report they have uncovered a gene responsible for brain development and also discovered how it may work.
Researchers reveal the complex neural network that connects the retina and thalamus may represent the first stage in processing visual information learned by experience.
A mutation of the Memo1 gene results in the disruption of radial glial cell scaffold, causing misplaced and disorganized layers. The mutation may be responsible for brain development abnormalities associated with autism.