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Single cell transcriptome profiling of developing chick retinal cells

The Journal of Comparative Neurology

May 17, 2017

Lauren A LaboissonniereJeffrey M Trimarchi

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The vertebrate retina is a specialized photosensitive tissue comprised of six neuronal and one glial cell types, each of which develops in prescribed proportions at overlapping timepoints from a common progenitor pool. While each of these cells has a specific function contributing to pr...read more

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Interneurons
Malignant Neoplasm of Retina
Organogenesis
Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Nerve Tissue Proteins
Neuroglia
Gene Expression Profiles
Neurons
Prescribed
Photoreceptors
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Single cell transcriptome profiling of developing chick retinal cells

The Journal of Comparative Neurology

May 17, 2017

Lauren A LaboissonniereJeffrey M Trimarchi

PMID: 28510275

DOI: 10.1002/cne.24241

Abstract

The vertebrate retina is a specialized photosensitive tissue comprised of six neuronal and one glial cell types, each of which develops in prescribed proportions at overlapping timepoints from a common progenitor pool. While each of these cells has a specific function contributing to pr...read more

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Interneurons
Malignant Neoplasm of Retina
Organogenesis
Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Nerve Tissue Proteins
Neuroglia
Gene Expression Profiles
Neurons
Prescribed
Photoreceptors
4
23

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