Neurobiology of retinal dopamine in relation to degenerative states of the tissue

@article{Djamgoz1997NeurobiologyOR,
  title={Neurobiology of retinal dopamine in relation to degenerative states of the tissue},
  author={M Djamgoz and Mark W. Hankins and Junya Hirano and Simon N. Archer},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={37},
  pages={3509-3529}
}
Neurobiology of retinal dopamine is reviewed and discussed in relation to degenerative states of the tissue. The Introduction deals with the basic physiological actions of dopamine on the different neurons in vertebrate retinae with an emphasis upon mammals. The intimate relationship between the dopamine and melatonin systems is also covered. Recent advances in the molecular biology of dopamine receptors is reviewed in some detail. As degenerative states of the retina, three examples are… CONTINUE READING

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