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Microglia Limit Photoreceptor Damage in Sight-threatening Model

News   Apr 23, 2019 | Original story from Massachusetts Eye and Ear

 
Microglia Limit Photoreceptor Damage in Sight-threatening Model

Retinal microglia (green), the resident immune cell of the CNS, and the retinal vasculature (magenta), in a retinal flatmount. Image credit: Connor Laboratory – Dong Ho Park, MD

 
 
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