Retinal morphology and ERG response in the DBA/2NNia mouse model of angle-closure glaucoma.

@article{Bayer2001RetinalMA,
  title={Retinal morphology and ERG response in the DBA/2NNia mouse model of angle-closure glaucoma.},
  author={Andreas U. Bayer and T Neuhardt and Anthony C May and Peter Martus and Klaus Peter Maag and Scott Brodie and Elke L{\"u}tjen-Drecoll and Steven M. Podos and Thomas Wesley Mittag},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2001},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={1258-65}
}
PURPOSE To document the time course of retinal dysfunction by scotopic electroretinography (ERG) and by quantitative morphology in eyes of the DBA/2NNia substrain of mouse (DBA) with inherited angle-closure glaucoma. METHODS DBA and control C57BL/6J (C57) mice were studied by ERG recordings from 5 to 15 months of age, and by morphology from 1 to 14 months of age. Scotopic ERGs were simultaneously recorded from both eyes of dark-adapted anesthetized mice. Changes in the central neuronal retina… CONTINUE READING