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Changes in ganglioside composition of photoreceptors during postnatal maturation of the rat retina

Glycobiology

Mar 14, 1998

V FontaineH Dreyfus

Abstract

To examine at which stage the unusual ganglioside composition observed in adult retinal photoreceptor cells was established, and to see whether ganglioside changes could be correlated to distinct maturational events, quantitative and qualitative variations in gangliosides within pure sh...read more

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Photoreceptors
Biochemical Pathway
MRNA Maturation
ganglioside, GD1b
Entire Retina
Neurons
Chromatography
Retinitis
Retinal Diseases
Biologic Development
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Changes in ganglioside composition of photoreceptors during postnatal maturation of the rat retina

Glycobiology

Mar 14, 1998

V FontaineH Dreyfus

PMID: 9451028

DOI: 10.1093/glycob/8.2.183

Abstract

To examine at which stage the unusual ganglioside composition observed in adult retinal photoreceptor cells was established, and to see whether ganglioside changes could be correlated to distinct maturational events, quantitative and qualitative variations in gangliosides within pure sh...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Photoreceptors
Biochemical Pathway
MRNA Maturation
ganglioside, GD1b
Entire Retina
Neurons
Chromatography
Retinitis
Retinal Diseases
Biologic Development
6

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