Daisuke Yoneyama

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In the retina, taurine works as an osmolyte to exert a neuroprotective function, and it has been proposed that Müller cells, a major type of retinal glial cells, are involved in the osmolarity regulation of retinal neural cells by controlling the taurine concentration in retinal extracellular fluid (ECF). However, the detailed mechanism of taurine transport(More)
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