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Litke's research in neurobiology is aimed at understanding the neural code that the eye uses to send information about the visual world to the brain. In the Retinal Readout Project, he is developing a neural imaging system to study how a large collection of neurons (the retina) processes, encodes and communicates information.
Retinal Readout Project
Search for Extra Spatial Dimensions and TeV Scale Quantum Gravity at LEP, the ALEPH Collaboration, ALEPH 99-051 (June, 1999); available on WWW at http://alephwww.cern.ch/ALPUB/conf/conf.html.
The Retinal Readout System: an Application of Microstrip Detector Technology to Neurobiology, A.M. Litke, Nucl. Instrum. and Methods A418 (1998) 203.
The Silicon Microstrip Detector, A.M. Litke and A.S. Schwarz, Scientific American 272 (5), 56 (1995).
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