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Sending Out the Wrong Signals

News   Jan 23, 2019 | Original Story from the National Institutes for Health.

 
Sending Out the Wrong Signals

In healthy retina (left), microglia (green) demonstrate a branched structure that covers the retina. Without TGFβ signaling (right), microglia lose their branched structure, and attach to blood vessels (white). Müller glia become abnormal and acquire activation markers (red). Credit: Wenxin Ma and Wai Wong, National Eye Institute.

 
 
 

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