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By manipulating this circuit, the researchers were able to prevent ocular dominance in young mice and induce it in older mice that were already beyond the critical period.
Ocular dominance demonstrated by unconscious sighting.
In the visual system, afferent axons in layer IV of the primary visual cortex terminate in an alternating series of eye-specific zones (left or right eye) known as ocular dominance columns.
Ocular dominance, in turn, is driven by cerebral lateralization, which refers to how information processing is divided and coordinated between the brain's left and right hemispheres.