Amacrine cells refer to neuron that transmits signals laterally in the retina. Amacrine cells Synapse with bipolar cells and ganglion cells.

Along with horizontal cells, Amacrine c ells make single lateral connections among adjacent areas of the retina in the middle layer of cells

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