Amino acid signatures in the detached cat retina.

  title={Amino acid signatures in the detached cat retina.},
  author={Robert E. Marc and R F Murry and Steven K. Fisher and Kenneth A. Linberg and Geoffrey P. Lewis},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  volume={39 9},
PURPOSE Expressions of certain macromolecules are altered by experimental retinal detachment in the cat. Related alterations in micromolecular signatures of neurons, Müller cells, and the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) were investigated. METHODS High-performance immunochemical mapping, image registration, and quantitative pattern recognition were combined to analyze the amino acid contents of virtually all retinal cell types after 3 to 84 days of detachment. RESULTS Retinal micromolecular… CONTINUE READING
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