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retinal

[′ret·ən·əl]
(biochemistry)
A carotenoid, produced as an intermediate in the bleaching of rhodopsin and decomposition to vitamin A. Also known as vitamin A aldehyde.
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The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Retinal Degeneration and enlists all their major and minor projects
BVT is a developer and producer of suprachoroidal positioned retinal prostheses for restoring vision to the blind and slowing the progression of retinal degeneration.
Long term reduction of ornithine slows retinal degeneration.
Cockayne Syndrome (CS) is a human genetic disorder with diverse clinical symptoms that include hypersensitivity to sunlight, severe mental and physical growth retardation, progressive neurological and retinal degeneration, and skeletal abnormalities.
Runyan, who has a genetic retinal degeneration called Stargardt's, competed in the 1992 and '96 Paralympic Games.
Consider a well-studied mutant strain of mice that suffers retinal degeneration.
The technology was developed in part in collaboration with BioTime scientists and includes composition and methodologies to develop 3-D retinal tissue derived from human pluripotent stem cells for implantation in patients with advanced stages of retinal degeneration.
KOBE, Japan, January 10, 2017 -- A stem cell-based transplantation approach that restores vision in blind mice moves closer to being tested in patients with end-stage retinal degeneration, according to a study.
cataract, retinal detachment, vitreous degeneration, retinal degeneration and glaucoma.
patent covering proprietary modified stem cells, SB623, for the treatment of retinal degeneration.
Retinal degeneration, which includes age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa, causes a reduction in visual acuity and can lead to blindness.
The pathophysiological mechanisms of this retinal degeneration are still not completely understood and treatments with clear clinical efficacies have yet to be established, as per to Astellas Pharma.