The retinal pigmented epithelium is required for ... - Cell Press

When the toxigene is expressed in the future RPE early in eye development, therefore, none of the other ocular components develop further and the structures that ...

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The retinal pigmented epithelium is required for ... - Cell Press

When the toxigene is expressed in the future RPE early in eye development, therefore, none of the other ocular components develop further and the structures that ...

The role of the retinal pigment epithelium - Nature

The retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) is a single layer of post-mitotic cells, ... Eye. 1987;1:282-95. 8. Boulton ME. The role of melanin in the RPE. In: Marmor M,.

Bilateral tears of the retinal pigment epithelium - British Journal of ...

In this report we describe bilateral tears of the RPE which occurred after argon laser photocoagulation to the- PED in the right eye and spontaneously without.

Choroid Plexus and Retinal Pigment Epithelium - Netherlands Brain ...

retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), and it's involvement in neurodegenerative ... Parkinson, etc) as the RPE has in neurodegenerative disorders of the eye.

Dual Roles of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium and Lens in ... - bioRxiv

4 Nov 2019 ... regression process. To explore the role of the RPE in cavefish eye degeneration, we generated an albino eyed (AE) strain by artificial selection ...

The Polarity of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium - Wiley Online Library

Key words: eye, Golgi, photoreceptor, retina, retinal pigment epithelium, RPE. Received 17 September 2001, revised and accepted for publication 21 September ...

Regional changes in retinal pigment epithelial cell density ... - IOVS

Cell Density During Ocular Development. Richard M. Robb. The density of retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells in various parts of the posterior segment of.

Viral MLKL Homologs Subvert Necroptotic Cell Death ... - Cell Press

24 Sep 2019 ... necroptosis in U937 (G) or MDF cells (H). All data represent mean ... H.J.S. is head of screening, G.L. is chief scientific of- ficer, and J.M.M. is ...

T-cell differentiation: Commitment factors for T helper cells - Cell Press

Transcription factors specific to the. T helper cell lineages have also been shown to determine the commitment of Th1 and Th2 cells to the production of distinct ...

Cell-Based Therapy Restores Olfactory Function in an ... - Cell Press

30 May 2019 ... mouse model of inducible hyposmia and demonstrate that purified tissue-specific stem cells delivered intranasally engraft to produce ol-.

Review The New Bacterial Cell Biology: Moving Parts ... - Cell Press

11 Mar 2005 ... bacterial cells at rates that should obviate the need for lent models for eukaryotic molecular biology, bacteria active transport. Moreover, the ...

Live-Cell Chromosome Dynamics and Outcome of X ... - Cell Press

29 Apr 2011 ... unit Tsix/Xite. Homologous pairing events have been proposed to underlie asymmetric Tsix expres- sion, but direct evidence has been lacking ...

Make your own Retinal Projector:Retinal Near-Eye Displays via ...

Yoichi Ochiai, Kazuki Otao, Yuta Itoh, Shouki Imai, Kazuki Takazawa, Hi- ... tions on Industrial Electronics 56, 4 (April 2009), 1057–1065. https://doi.org/10.1109/.

Article - Cell Press

21 May 2007 ... ''molecular brake'' mediated by a triad of resi- dues in the kinase hinge ... and Donoghue, 1997; Wilkie, 2005; Wilkin et al., 2001). Other human ...

Extended PDF - Cell Press

12 Dec 2017 ... 5Lead Contact. *Correspondence: ... Single-copy trans- gene genome ... Predicted Cullin contacts, and three-dimensional loop required for ...

AMPK - Cell Press

of AMPK. Mammalian 50-AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is usually regarded as a sensor of adenine nucleotides that is activated in states of low cellular ...

Cytokinin - Cell Press

As a result, new insights on the role of cytokinin signaling and the downstream targets during, for example, shoot apical meristem, flower, female gametophyte ...

The Cilium - Cell Press

Intraflagellar transport mediates both the assembly and resorption of the cilium, and the trafficking of key intermediates of signaling cascades. The ciliary tip.

Mitochondria and Cancer - Cell Press

28 Jul 2016 ... Therefore, it is not surprising that mito- chondria are important mediators of tumorigenesis, as this process requires flexibility to adapt to cellular ...

Nuptial gifts - Cell Press

What are nuptial gifts? They are what it says on the label: the gifts that male animals transfer to females during courtship and mating, beyond the obligatory ...

Francis Crick - Cell Press

1 Dec 2016 ... (Crick,. 1988). Most scientists nowadays do not think they have time for such rambling discussions, they are too busy with com- mittees, with ...

Hans Meinhardt - Cell Press

Hans Meinhardt is a theoretical developmental biologist working at the. Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental. Biology in Tübingen. He has pioneered the use ...

What has phage lambda ever done for us? - Cell Press

bacterial cell contained a dormant virus (bacteriophage) called lambda (λ). Occasionally, the quiescent λ genome was activated to generate free phage particles.

Cytopathic effects - Cell Press

The capacity to injure infected cells is a widespread property of viruses. Usually, this cytopathic effect. (CPE) is ascribed to viral hijacking of cellular resources.

Trichostrongylus tenuis - Cell Press

The caecal nematode, Trichostrongylus tennis, is associated with dramatic decreases in the density of red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus) resulting in a ...

Plant embryogenesis - Cell Press

11 Sep 2017 ... Yet, embryos are diverse in structure and function, and embryogenesis in plants is by no means restricted to the zygote. — the product of ...

A scientist unparalleled - Cell Press

Crick and Watson's key moment of discovery on ... time. During this exciting time, in a collaboration with Sydney Brenner ... When Francis Crick died in 2004 not.

Onchocerca volvulus - Cell Press

marizes the progress made to advance the onchocerciasis vaccine from the research laboratory into the clinic. Why a Vaccine against Onchocerca volvulus Is ...

Mimicry in plants - Cell Press

12 Sep 2016 ... In such examples of. 'Batesian mimicry', the mimic enjoys benefits of protection from potential predators without paying the costs of defence. The ...

A Red Carpet for Iron Metabolism - Cell Press

26 Jan 2017 ... Rolling out the Red Carpet: Iron Metabolism in. Erythroid Cells. Red blood cells (RBCs) are formed from lineage-committed pro- genitors during ...

Unfaithful DNA Polymerase Caught in the Act - Cell Press

Burgess, S.M. (2002). Adv. Genetics 46, 46–90. Peoples, T.L., Dean, E.W., Gonzalez, O., Lambourne, L., and Bur-. Chikashige, Y., Ding, D.Q., Funabiki, H., ...

Accessibility to Peptidoglycan Is Important for the ... - Cell Press

21 May 2019 ... In Drosophila, it is thought that peptidoglycan recognition proteins (PGRPs) SA and LC structur- ally discriminate between bacterial ...

Genome Architecture and Evolution of a ... - Cell Press

21 Sep 2017 ... single chromosome, ACDs derived from different ancestral ... (IOS1656736 to D.H.A.F.), and NYU Abu Dhabi (to F.P.) for funding; and anon-.

Opportunities and Challenges in RNA Structural ... - Cell Press

The difficult problem of under- standing and predicting RNA tertiary structure from its pri- mary as well as secondary structure remains unsolved in general. In a ...

Increased Cholesterol Biosynthesis Is a Key ... - Cell Press

25 Jun 2019 ... d. Cholesterol biosynthesis is essential for breast cancer stem cell propagation d. Expression of cholesterol synthesis proteins correlates with.

Perception without a Thalamus: How Does Olfaction Do It? - Cell Press

for slow- and fast-wave states in olfactory cortex that ... molecules by a large family of olfactory receptors (Buck ... How does activity in the olfactory pathway.