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Experimental Drug Delivers One-Two Punch to Vision Loss

News   Apr 11, 2019 | Original story from Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
Experimental Drug Delivers One-Two Punch to Vision Loss

Images of the mouse retina with a fluorescent fluid tracer. Diseased blood vessels allow the tracer to permeate nearby tissues. Vessels treated with AXT107 do not allow fluids to escape and exhibit clean crisp borders with surrounding tissue. Credit: Alexsander Popel

 
 
 

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