Müller glial cell reprogramming and retina regeneration

@article{Goldman2014MllerGC,
  title={M{\"u}ller glial cell reprogramming and retina regeneration},
  author={Daniel Goldman},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={15},
  pages={431-442}
}
Müller glia are the major glial component of the retina. They are one of the last retinal cell types to be born during development, and they function to maintain retinal homeostasis and integrity. In mammals, Müller glia respond to retinal injury in various ways that can be either protective or detrimental to retinal function. Although these cells can be coaxed to proliferate and generate neurons under special circumstances, these responses are meagre and insufficient for repairing a damaged… CONTINUE READING
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