Binocularity in the cat visual cortex is reduced by sectioning the corpus callosum

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Science  07 Mar 1980:
Vol. 207, Issue 4435, pp. 1097-1099
DOI: 10.1126/science.7355278


In the normal cat, most cells in area 17 can be binocularly driven. Sectioning the corpus callosum results in a significant reduction in binocularly driven cells. Normal binocular vision is thus dependent on the corpus callosum.