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Maintenance of a healthy photoreceptor-retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) interface is essential for vision.
Major breakthroughs in stem cell differentiation to therapeutically relevant cell types have led us to the doorstep of novel cell therapies that can replace disease management with a cure.
Whole exome sequencing (WES) allows for an unbiased search of the genetic cause of a disease.
Disease asymmetry and hyperautofluorescent ring shape in retinitis pigmentosa patients
JEM women in STEM: Unique journeys with a common purpose
Replenishing TCA cycle metabolites via oral supplementation prolongs retinal function and provides a neuroprotective effect on the photoreceptor cells and inner retinal network.
Targeting commonly altered mechanisms in leukemia can provide additional treatment options.
Compound heterozygous novel frameshift variants in the PROM1 gene result in Leber congenital amaurosis.
To fight cancer and ageing, biologists are looking at how cells evict, kill or cannibalize less-fit rivals.
Conflicting results on the existence of new neurons in adults have researchers designing new ways to identify and count neuronal progenitors—and finally get to the bottom of neurogenesis.