Imaging of nitric oxide in the retina

@article{Eldred2005ImagingON,
  title={Imaging of nitric oxide in the retina},
  author={William D. Eldred and Todd A. Blute},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={45},
  pages={3469-3486}
}
Nitric oxide (NO) is the most widespread signaling molecule found in the retina in that it can be made by every retinal cell type. NO is able to influence a wide variety of synaptic mechanisms ranging from increasing or decreasing neurotransmitter release to the modulation of gap junction conductivity. Although biochemical methods can analyze overall levels of NO, such methods cannot indicate the specific cell types involved. In the last few years, fluorescent imaging methods utilizing… CONTINUE READING
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