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Blindness Prevented by Pigment Patch in Small and Large Animal Models

News   Jan 17, 2019 | Original story from the National Eye Institute

 
Blindness Prevented in Animal Models of Retinal Degeneration

A scanning electron micrograph image shows a polarized RPE monolayer on a biodegradable scaffold. The image is colored to highlight the scaffold in blue, three RPE cells (brown), and the apical process of cells in RPE monolayer are light green. Image credit: Dr. Kapil Bharti

 
 
 

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