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An immunocytochemical study on specific amacrine cell subpopulations in the rat retina after ischemia.
Dijk F, Kamphuis W. Dijk F, et al. Among authors: kamphuis w. Brain Res. 2004 Nov 12;1026(2):205-17. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2004.08.014. Brain Res. 2004. PMID: 15488482
Transient retinal ischemia leads to the loss of neurons in the inner retina. In an accompanying paper [F. Dijk, S. Van Leeuwen, W. Kamphuis, Differential effects of ischemia/reperfusion on amacrine cell subtype-specific transcript levels in the rat retina, Brain Res …
Transient retinal ischemia leads to the loss of neurons in the inner retina. In an accompanying paper [F. Dijk, S. Van Leeuwen, W. …
Differential effects of ischemia/reperfusion on amacrine cell subtype-specific transcript levels in the rat retina.
Dijk F, van Leeuwen S, Kamphuis W. Dijk F, et al. Among authors: kamphuis w. Brain Res. 2004 Nov 12;1026(2):194-204. doi: 10.1016/j.brainres.2004.08.034. Brain Res. 2004. PMID: 15488481
In particular, the extensive loss of the parvalbumin-containing AII amacrine cells, which serve in the rod pathway, may have functional implications for vision under scotopic conditions. In the accompanying paper [F. Dijk and W. Kamphuis, An immunocytochemical study …
In particular, the extensive loss of the parvalbumin-containing AII amacrine cells, which serve in the rod pathway, may have functional impl …
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