The ability of the cone visual system to regulate its sensitivity from twilight to bright sunlight is an extraordinary feat of biology. Here, we investigate the changes in visual processing that accompany cone light adaptation over a 5 log10 unit intensity range by combining measures of temporal sensitivity made in one eye with measures of the temporal delay between the two eyes in different states of adaptation. This combination of techniques, which provides more complete information than ha...Expand abstract
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Human cone light adaptation: from behavioral measurements to molecular mechanisms.
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