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

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Sep 23, 2018

Yufeng LuTian Xue

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Vision starts with image formation at the retina, which contains diverse neuronal cell types that extract, process, and relay visual information to higher order processing centers in the brain. Though there has been steady progress in defining retinal cell types, very little is known ab...read more

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Brain
Cell Differentiation Process
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Embryo
Fetus
Malignant Neoplasm of Retina
Myasthenia Gravis
Neuroglia
Neurons
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Single-cell RNA-seq analysis maps the development of human fetal retina

bioRxiv

Sep 23, 2018

Yufeng LuTian Xue

DOI: 10.1101/423830

Abstract

Vision starts with image formation at the retina, which contains diverse neuronal cell types that extract, process, and relay visual information to higher order processing centers in the brain. Though there has been steady progress in defining retinal cell types, very little is known ab...read more

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Birth
Brain
Cell Differentiation Process
Classification
Embryo
11
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