Infographic: Envisioning Macrophages
Infographic: Envisioning Macrophages
Researchers find different distributions of the immune cells in young, older, and diseased eyes.
Infographic: Envisioning Macrophages
Infographic: Envisioning Macrophages

Researchers find different distributions of the immune cells in young, older, and diseased eyes.

Researchers find different distributions of the immune cells in young, older, and diseased eyes.

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Macrophages of the Human Eye Come into Focus
Macrophages of the Human Eye Come into Focus
Ashley Yeager | Mar 1, 2021
Imaged in real time in living people, immune cells at the surface of the retina could serve as biomarkers to detect retinal and possibly neurological diseases and track their progression.
Genetic Reprogramming Restores Vision in Mice: Study
Genetic Reprogramming Restores Vision in Mice: Study
Max Kozlov | Dec 6, 2020
Researchers repaired what is otherwise irreversible damage in the animals’ ocular neurons, by activating transcription factors ordinarily used to generate induced pluripotent stem cells.
Quasi-Lymphatic System in the Rodent Eye Clears Waste
Quasi-Lymphatic System in the Rodent Eye Clears Waste
Abby Olena | Apr 16, 2020
Two rodent models of glaucoma have defects in the waste drainage system.
Image of the Day: Mouse Cornea
Image of the Day: Mouse Cornea
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Jan 30, 2018
Researchers discover a genetic link in mice between thinner corneas and an increased risk of developing glaucoma.