Title: Retinal Nmda Receptor Function and Expression Are Altered in a Mouse Lacking D-amino 1 Acid Oxidase 2

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24 D-serine is present in the vertebrate retina and serves as a coagonist for the NMDA 25 receptors of ganglion cells. Although the enzyme D-amino acid oxidase (DAO) has been 26 implicated as a pathway for D-serine degradation, its role in the retina has not been established. 27 In this study, we investigated the role of DAO in regulating D-serine levels… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gustafson2013TitleRN, title={Title: Retinal Nmda Receptor Function and Expression Are Altered in a Mouse Lacking D-amino 1 Acid Oxidase 2}, author={Eric C. Gustafson and Catherine W. Morgans and Merve Tekmen and Steven J. Sullivan and Manuel Q. Esguerra and Ryuichi Konno and Robert F. Miller}, year={2013} }