Multipotential stem cells and progenitors in the vertebrate retina.

Abstract

The vertebrate retina is derived from paired evaginations from the neural tube in embryonic development and is initially produced by progenitor cells similar to those that generate the neurons and glia of other areas of the central nervous system. In some amphibians and fish, the retina continues to grow along with the eye throughout the life of the animal… (More)

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