Spacek, M.A., Born, G., Crombie, D., Bauer, Y., Liu, X., Katzner, S., and Busse, L. (2021). Robust effects of corticothalamic feedback during naturalistic visual stimulation. BioRxiv 776237. [* shared first author]

Crombie, D., Spacek, M.A., Leibold, C.*, and Busse, L.* (2021). Pupil size dynamics predict dLGN firing mode over a wide range of timescales. BioRxiv 2021.04.30.442134. [* shared senior author]

Selected publications

Born, G*., Schneider, F.A.*, Erisken, S.*, Klein, A., Mobarhan, M.H., Lao, C.L., Spacek, M.A., Einevoll, G.T., and Busse, L. (2021). Corticothalamic feedback sculpts visual spatial integration in mouse thalamus. Nature Neuroscience, online

Qiu, Y., Zhao, Z., Klindt, D., Kautzky, M., Szatko, K.P., Schaeffel, F., Rifai, K., Franke, K., Busse, L.*, and Euler, T.* (2021). Natural environment statistics in the upper and lower visual field are reflected in mouse retinal specializations. Current Biology 31 (15), pp3233-3247.E6 [* shared senior author]

Wal, A., Klein, F.J., Born, G., Busse, L., and Katzner, S. (2021). Evaluating visual cues modulates their representation in mouse visual and cingulate cortex. Journal of Neuroscience 41, 3531–3544.

Kautzky, M., and Busse, L. (2020). Vision: How Mice Control Their View. Current Biology 30, R635–R637.
Román Rosón, M., Bauer, Y., Kotkat, A.H., Berens, P., Euler, T., and Busse, L. (2019). Mouse dLGN Receives Functional Input from a Diverse Population of Retinal Ganglion Cells with Limited Convergence. Neuron 102, 462-476.e8.
Katzner, S., Born, G., and Busse, L. (2019). V1 microcircuits underlying mouse visual behavior. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 58, 191–198.
Jurjut, O., Georgieva, P., Busse, L., and Katzner, S. (2017). Learning Enhances Sensory Processing in Mouse V1 before Improving Behavior. J. Neurosci. 37, 6460–6474.
Erisken, S., Vaiceliunaite, A., Jurjut, O., Fiorini, M., Katzner, S., and Busse, L. (2014). Effects of Locomotion Extend throughout the Mouse Early Visual System. Current Biology 24, 2899–2907.
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