Akira Haruki

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Retinal pigmented epithelial cells exchange their cellular phenotypes into lens cells and neurons, via depigmented and non-epithelial-shaped dedifferentiated intermediates. Because these dedifferentiated cells can either revert to pigmented epithelial cells or transdifferentiate into lens cells and/or neurons, they are recognized as candidates for lens and(More)
Sekiguchi-Tonosaki M, Obata M, Haruki A, Himi T, Kosaka J. Acetylcholine induces Ca signaling in chicken retinal pigmented epithelial cells during dedifferentiation. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 296: C1195–C1206, 2009. First published February 25, 2009; doi:10.1152/ajpcell.00423.2008.—Retinal pigmented epithelial cells exchange their cellular phenotypes into(More)
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