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Single Cell Atlas of the Neural Retina

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Examining the spatial arrangement of cell types in the retina and performing single cell analyses on these cell types will integrate information on the biology of these cells and development of disease. Discover the latest research pertaining to the Cell Atlas of the Neural Retina here.

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bioRxiv

Emergence of neuronal diversity during vertebrate brain development

bioRxivNovember 12, 2019
Bushra RajAlexander Franz F Schier
134
Scientific Reports

Optimal Inhibition of Choroidal Neovascularization by scAAV2 with VMD2 Promoter-driven Active Rap1a in the RPE

Scientific ReportsOctober 31, 2019
Hai-Bo WangMary Elizabeth R Hartnett
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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bioRxiv

STAT pathway activation limits the Ascl1-mediated chromatin remodeling required for neural regeneration from Muller glia in adult mouse retina.

bioRxivSeptember 3, 2019
Thomas Andrew RehFred Rieke
4
bioRxiv

Single-cell resolution view of the transcriptional landscape of developing Drosophila eye.

bioRxivSeptember 9, 2019
Radoslaw Kamil EjsmontBassem A Hassan
32
Neuron

Nucleome Dynamics during Retinal Development

NeuronSeptember 9, 2019
Jackie L NorrieMichael Louis Dyer
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4
bioRxiv

Simultaneous development and periodic clustering of simple and complex cells in visual cortex

bioRxivSeptember 25, 2019
Gwangsu KimSe-Bum Paik
3
bioRxiv

Structural neural connectivity analysis in zebrafish with restricted anterograde transneuronal viral labeling and quantitative brain mapping

bioRxivSeptember 10, 2019
Manxiu MaYuchin Albert Pan
4
bioRxiv

Neural circuits in the mouse retina support color vision in the upper visual field

bioRxivAugust 24, 2019
Klaudia P. SzatkoKatrin Franke
32
bioRxiv

Metabolite therapy guided by liquid biopsy proteomics delays retinal neurodegeneration

bioRxivSeptember 10, 2019
Katherine J WertVinit B. Mahajan
4
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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bioRxiv

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

bioRxivOctober 2, 2019
Yufeng LuBrian S. Clark
53
bioRxiv

Epithelial Vegfa specifies a distinct endothelial population in the mouse lung

bioRxivNovember 13, 2019
Lisandra Vila EllisJi-Chao Chen
10
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
64
Nature Communications

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

Nature CommunicationsSeptember 27, 2019
Catarina P. SantosFrancisco X. Real
10
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IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems

Evolutionary Compression of Deep Neural Networks for Biomedical Image Segmentation

IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning SystemsSeptember 13, 2019
Yao ZhouZhang Yi
Stem Cell Reports

Single-Cell RNA Sequencing of hESC-Derived 3D Retinal Organoids Reveals Novel Genes Regulating RPC Commitment in Early Human Retinogenesis

Stem Cell ReportsSeptember 24, 2019
Xiying MaoGuoping Fan
13
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International Journal for Parasitology. Drugs and Drug Resistance

In-situ immune profile of polymorphic vs. macular Indian Post Kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis

International Journal for Parasitology. Drugs and Drug ResistanceAugust 22, 2019
Ritika SenguptaMitali Chatterjee
3
PLoS Computational Biology

Role of dynamic nuclear deformation on genomic architecture reorganization

PLoS Computational BiologySeptember 1, 2019
Sungrim Seirin-LeeHiroshi Ochiai
9
1
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