Frog Eyes Might Be the Key to Retinal Regeneration
EpiBeat | The Pulse of Epigenetic Discovery
by Stephanie DeMarco
5y ago
Often said to be the windows to the soul, our eyes are one of the main ways we perceive the world around us. Vision loss, whether due to aging or injury, can be devastating and often hinders the ability to work, leading to economic stress [1]. Current treatments for vision loss either involve slowing the rate of vision degeneration or performing invasive surgery to transplant cells into the eye [2]. The authors of a new study, Dvoriantchikova and colleagues, however, suggest exploring a new therapeutic avenue that would hopefully lead to a full restoration of vision by non-invasive surgery bas more
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