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Ganglion cell loss in RCS rat retina: A result of compression of axons by contracting intraretinal vessels linked to the pigment epithelium
In the dystrophic Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) rat retina, there is a progressive loss of photoreceptors. As a result, the retinal circulation becomes apposed to the retinal pigment epitheliumExpand
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Mechanism of retinal ganglion cell loss in inherited retinal dystrophy.
To study the inner retinal layers in RCS rats, which suffer major loss of retinal photoreceptors during the first 3 months of life, retinal ganglion cells (RGC) were labelled with fluorogold andExpand
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Cross-species retinal transplantation to the central nervous system.
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4 – The Normal and Abnormal Development of the Mammalian Visual System
Publisher Summary The principle behind all work on normal and abnormal development of the nervous system is that the developmental process is guided by a program encoded in the genome. At present,Expand
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MHC antigen expression and cellular response in spontaneous and induced rejection of intracerebral neural xenografts in neonatal rats.
Fetal mouse retinae transplanted to the mesencephalon of neonatal rats generally survive for prolonged periods of time without immune suppression suggesting that such grafts enjoy a degree ofExpand
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Diazinon and diflubenzuron residues in soil following surface disposal of spent sheep dip wash
Spent sheep dip wash (4000 L) containing 70 mg diazinon/L and sludge containing 320 mg diazinon/L were disposed onto a 450 m2 site designated for this purpose. After 14 days soil residues were lessExpand
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Cotransplantation of embryonic mouse retina with tectum, diencephalon, or cortex to neonatal rat cortex
  • A. Sefton, R. Lund
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of comparative neurology
  • 22 March 1988
Retinae from embryonic mice were transplanted to the occipital cortex of neonatal rats together with their normal target regions, tectum or diencephalon, from embryonic mice or rats. In controlExpand
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