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Cell Atlas of the Human Eye

Cell Atlas of the Human Eye diagram by Mikael Häggström.
Mikael Häggström.

Constructing a cell atlas of the human eye will require transcriptomic and histologic analysis over the lifespan. This understanding will aid in the study of development and disease. Find the latest research pertaining to the Cell Atlas of the Human Eye here.

Top 20 most recent papers
Nature Communications

Single-cell transcriptomic atlas of the human retina identifies cell types associated with age-related macular degeneration

Nature CommunicationsOctober 25, 2019
Madhvi MenonBrian P Hafler
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Neuron

Nucleome Dynamics during Retinal Development

NeuronSeptember 9, 2019
Jackie L NorrieMichael Louis Dyer
30
4
bioRxiv

Cis-Regulatory Accessibility Directs Muller Glial Development and Regenerative Capacity

bioRxivSeptember 3, 2019
Thomas Andrew RehKristen E Cox
4
bioRxiv

Probe-Seq enables transcriptional profiling of specific cell types from heterogeneous tissue by RNA-based isolation

bioRxivAugust 15, 2019
Ryoji AmamotoConstance Louise Cepko
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PLoS Genetics

Discovery of transcription factors and regulatory regions driving in vivo tumor development by ATAC-seq and FAIRE-seq open chromatin profiling

PLoS GeneticsFebruary 1, 2015
Kristofer DavieStein Aerts
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1
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bioRxiv

Single-cell profiles of retinal neurons differing in resilience to injury reveal neuroprotective genes

bioRxivJuly 23, 2019
Nicholas M. TranJoshua R. Sanes
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Nature Communications

ATAC-Seq analysis reveals a widespread decrease of chromatin accessibility in age-related macular degeneration

Nature CommunicationsApril 10, 2018
Jie WangJiang Qian
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166
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F1000Research

Evaluation of methods to assign cell type labels to cell clusters from single-cell RNA-sequencing data

F1000ResearchMarch 15, 2019
Juan Javier Díaz-MejíaJohn Henry Morris
bioRxiv

Epigenetic adaptation prolongs photoreceptor survival during retinal degeneration

bioRxivSeptember 18, 2019
Rachayata DharmatRui Chen
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Nature

Stimulation of functional neuronal regeneration from Müller glia in adult mice

NatureJuly 27, 2017
Nikolas L. JorstadThomas Andrew Reh
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bioRxiv

Single-cell analysis of human retina identifies evolutionarily conserved and species-specific mechanisms controlling development.

bioRxivOctober 2, 2019
Yufeng LuBrian S. Clark
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bioRxiv

Integrative single-cell and bulk RNA-seq analysis in human retina identified cell type-specific composition and gene expression changes for age-related macular degeneration

bioRxivSeptember 14, 2019
Yafei LyuMing-Yao Li
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Nature Communications

Urothelial organoids originating from Cd49fhigh mouse stem cells display Notch-dependent differentiation capacity

Nature CommunicationsSeptember 27, 2019
Catarina P. SantosFrancisco X. Real
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Cell Systems

Decomposing Cell Identity for Transfer Learning across Cellular Measurements, Platforms, Tissues, and Species

Cell SystemsMay 22, 2019
Genevieve L. Stein-O'BrienElana J. Fertig
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135
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bioRxiv

Human iPSC-derived retinal pigment epithelium: a model system for identifying and functionally characterizing causal variants at AMD risk loci

bioRxivOctober 11, 2018
Erin N. SmithKelly A. Frazer
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2
bioRxiv

Single-cell RNA-seq analysis maps the development of human fetal retina

bioRxivSeptember 23, 2018
Yufeng LuTian Xue
11
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bioRxiv

Chromatin accessibility profiling uncovers genetic- and T2D disease state-associated changes in cis-regulatory element use in human islets

bioRxivSeptember 22, 2017
Shubham KhetanMichael L. Stitzel
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10
bioRxiv

Decomposing cell identity for transfer learning across cellular measurements, platforms, tissues, and species.

bioRxivAugust 20, 2018
Genevieve L. Stein-O'BrienElana J. Fertig
97
42
Stem Cells

Deconstructing Retinal Organoids: Single Cell RNA-Seq Reveals the Cellular Components of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Retina

Stem CellsDecember 15, 2018
Joseph F CollinMajlinda Lako
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3
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bioRxiv

Evaluation of methods to assign cell type labels to cell clusters from single-cell RNA-sequencing data

bioRxivFebruary 28, 2019
Juan Javier Díaz-MejíaJohn Henry Morris
63
21

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