Uveal melanocytes, ocular pigment epithelium, and Müller cells in culture: in vitro toxicology.

@article{Hu2002UvealMO,
  title={Uveal melanocytes, ocular pigment epithelium, and M{\"u}ller cells in culture: in vitro toxicology.},
  author={Dan-Ning Hu and Howard E. Savage and Joan E. Roberts},
  journal={International journal of toxicology},
  year={2002},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={465-72}
}
Uveal melanocytes and the ocular pigment epithelium are located in the middle and inner layers of the eye. Müller cells (a type of glial cell) are located in the neural retina. Melanocytes, retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), and Müller cells do not participate directly in the detection or transfer of visual information, but they have various functions that… CONTINUE READING