Friday, May 27, 2022

Retina

Disrupted circadian clock poses a greater risk of retinal degeneration

A study of old flies offers new insight into retinal degeneration.

A new type of nerve cell discovered in the retina

The newly identified Campana cell could play a role in visual signal processing.

Reversing glaucoma damage and vision loss

Seeing clearly again.

Regenerating damaged nerve fibers in the eye

Technique to regenerate optic nerve offers hope for future glaucoma treatment.

Tracking the interactions of microscopic immune cells in a living eye

Imaging the secret lives of immune cells in the eye.

An artificial liquid retinal prosthesis

Liquid, biocompatible and micro-injectable, the new liquid retinal prosthesis is an aqueous suspension of photoactive nanoparticles that functionally replace the photoreceptors of the retina damaged by degenerative diseases and aging

Scientists have created an artificial eye that can power itself using sunlight

Much effort has been made to develop artificial eyes, as well as bionic eyes, but fabricating the spherical shape of a human eye —...

Our pupils follow rhythms that arise in the environment

Our pupils also dilate when we see someone we're attracted to. It controls the amount of light entering the eye and hits the retina....

New device for the early detection of certain eyesight problems

In vivo observation of the human retina at the cellular level is crucial to detect the first signs of retinal diseases and adequately treat...

The science behind best lights to affect sleep, mood, and learning

A new study from UW Medicine suggests that the lighting that stimulates the cone photoreceptor inputs to specific neurons in the eye that regulate...

A drug used widely to treat a common eye condition has no benefit, study

Evaluating whether eplerenone was superior to placebo in terms of improving visual acuity in patients with chronic CSCR.

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