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Color and orientation are jointly coded and spatially organized in primate primary visual cortex

Anupam K. Garg, Peichao Li, Mohammad S. Rashid, Edward M. Callaway

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Movie S1
Averaged two-photon imaging responses to colored stimuli. (A) Example imaging region showing averaged live responses to stimuli of various hues, shown in the left corner. White hue represents average response to blank trials. Scale bar: 200μm. (B) Zoomed portion of imaging region in A, defined with white boundary box. Sample cells in C and D indicated with blue and green circles, respectively. Scale bar: 200μm. (C to D) Responses of two example neurons shown in B. Gray region indicates period during which stimulus was presented.