Death by color: differential cone loss in the aging mouse retina

Abstract

Differential cell death is a common feature of aging and age-related disease. In the retina, 30% of rod photoreceptors are lost over life in humans and rodents. However, studies have failed to show age-related cell death in mouse cone photoreceptors, which is surprising because cone physiological function declines with age. Moreover in human, differential… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2014.05.012

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@article{Cunea2014DeathBC, title={Death by color: differential cone loss in the aging mouse retina}, author={Alexander Cunea and Michael B. Powner and Glen Jeffery}, journal={Neurobiology of Aging}, year={2014}, volume={35}, pages={2584-2591} }