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Differential processing and habituation in distinct spatial frequency channels in V1 of a mouse model of fragile X syndrome
Extraction of both common and unique features across different visual inputs is crucial for animal survival. Regularities in the visual input lead to learning of the general principles governing an environment, whereas unique features are important for novelty detection. Low and high spatial frequencies (SF) represent two different channels of visual perception, which may be playing different roles in the processing of global pattern and local details. Alterations in the processing of thesedoi:10.1101/2020.01.24.919035 fatcat:szqcj246rvbltlv22na5qwjhli