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Skin Cells Retooled To Sense Light and Restore Sight in Groundbreaking Mouse Vision Study

News   Apr 16, 2020 | Original story from the National Institutes of Health

 
Skin Cells Retooled To Sense Light and Restore Sight in Groundbreaking Mouse Vision Study

Three months after transplantation, immunofluorescence studies confirmed the survival of the chemically induced photoreceptor-like cells (green). They also show integration of the cells into the layers of the mouse retina. Credit: Sai Chavala

 
 
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