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Retinal Degenerations Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy [electronic resource] :

  • LaVail, Matthew M. editor. , Hollyfield, Joe G. editor. , Anderson, Robert E. editor.
  • 2003
Retinal Degenerations Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy [electronic resource] :
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Retinal Degenerations[electronic resource] :Mechanisms and Experimental Therapy / edited by Matthew M. LaVail, Joe G. Hollyfield, Robert E. Anderson.
  • Edition
    1.
  • Author
    LaVail, Matthew M., editor., Hollyfield, Joe G., editor., Anderson, Robert E., editor.
  • Authors
    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • Phy Desc.
    XVI, 467 p. : online resource.
  • Total State.
    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology,0065-2598 ; 533
  • Contents Note
    1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE RP1 AND RP10 (IMPDH1) GENES CAUSING AUTOSOMAL DOMINANT RP -- 2. ON THE ROLE OF IMPDH1 IN RETINAL DEGENERATION -- 3. AN INTEGRATED GENETIC APPROACH TO IDENTIFY CANDIDATE GENES FOR HUMAN CHROMOSOME 6q-LINKED RETINAL DISORDERS -- 4. MOUSE GENETIC APPROACHES TO ACCESS PATHWAYS IMPORTANT IN RETINAL FUNCTION: A VALUABLE TOOL FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF NOVEL GENE THERAPIES -- 5. RETINAL DEGENERATIVE DISORDERS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA:A MOLECULAR GENETIC APPROACH -- 6. COMPARING ROD AND CONE FUNCTION WITH FUNDUS AUTOFLUORESCENCE IMAGES IN RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA -- 7. A MODIFIED PROTOCOL FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA -- 8. PRENATAL HUMAN OCULAR DEGENERATION OCCURS IN LEBER?셎 CONGENITAL AMAUROSIS: (LCA 1 and 2) -- 9. LEBER CONGENITAL AMAUROSIS ??GENOTYPING REQUIRED FOR POSSIBLE INCLUSION IN A CLINICAL TRIAL -- 10. TREATMENT OF CYSTOID MACULAR EDEMA RELATED TO RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA WITH INTRAVITREAL TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE: CASE REPORT -- 11. PROTEOMIC APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION -- 12. PROGRESSIVE PATHWAYS IN AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION -- 13. TISSUE INHIBITOR OF METALLOPROTEINASES-3 AND SORSBY FUNDUS DYSTROPHY -- 14. INVESTIGATIONS OF RPE CELLS OF CHORIODAL NEOVASCULAR MEMBRANES FROM PATIENTS WITH AGE-RELATED MACULA DEGENERATION -- 15. RETINAL AND CHOROIDAL ALTERATIONS FOLLOWING PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY -- 16. USHER SYNDROME: CORRELATION BETWEEN VISUAL FIELD SIZE AND MAXIMAL ERG RESPONSE B-WAVE AMPLITUDE -- 17. THE CELLULAR FUNCTION OF THE USHER GENE PRODUCT MYOSIN VIIA IS SPECIFIED BY ITS LIGANDS -- 18. MOUSE MODELS FOR USHER SYNDROME 1B -- 19. SCREEN FOR USHER SYNDROME 1B MUTATIONS IN THE OVINE MYOSIN VIIA GENE -- 20. PHOTORECEPTOR INTERSEGMENTAL TRANSPORT AND RETINAL DEGENERATION: A CONSERVED PATHWAY COMMON TO MOTILE AND SENSORY CILIA -- 21. INHERITED RETINAL DYSTROPHY IN MER KNOCKOUT MICE 165 Jacque L. Duncan -- 22. MOUSE MODELS OF HUMAN RETINAL DISEASE CAUSED BY EXPRESSION OF MUTANT RHODOPSIN -- 23. EVALUATION OF INNER RETINAL STRUCTURE IN THE AGED RCS RAT -- 24. THE INTACT XENOPUS LAE VIS EYE RUDIMENT: A QUASI-IN VIVO SYSTEM FOR THE STUDY OF RETINAL DEVELOPMENT AND DEGENERATIONS -- 25. STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETES - A RAT MODEL TO STUDY INVOLVEMENT OF RETINAL CELL TYPES IN THE ONSET OF DIABETIC RETINOPATHY -- 26. A2E, A FLUOROPHORE OF RPE LIPOFUSCIN: CAN IT CAUSE RPE DEGENERATION? -- 27. BRIGHT LIGHT INDUCES RETINAL DEGENERATION BY A TRANSDUCIN-INDEPENDENT MECHANISM -- 28. DOES CONSTITUTIVE PHOSPHORYLATION PROTECT AGAINST PHOTORECEPTOR DEGENERATION IN RPE6S?셃ICE? -- 29. LIGHT-INDUCED PHOTORECEPTOR DAMAGE TRIGGERS DNA REPAIR: DIFFERENTIAL FATE OF RODS AND CONES -- 30. MITOCHONDRIAL DELETIONS IN NORMAL AND DEGENERATING RAT RETINA -- 31. QUANTITATIVE PCR ANALYSIS OF FosB mRNA EXPRESSION AFTER SHORT DURATION OXYGEN AND LIGHT STRESS -- 32. METABOLIC MODULATION OF VISUAL SENSITIVITY -- 33. MITOCHONDRIAL UNCOUPLING PROTEINS: REGULATORS OF RETINAL CELL DEATH -- 34. ENERGY DEPLETION HYPOTHESIS FOR RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA -- 35. FUNCTIONAL STUDIES OF AIPL1: POTENTIAL ROLE OF AIPL1 IN CELL CYCLE EXIT AND/OR DIFFERENTIATION OF PHOTORECEPTORS -- 36. PHOTORECEPTOR DEGENERATION IN PRO23HIS AND S334TER TRANSGENIC RATS -- 37. RETINAL DEGENERATION CAUSED BY MUTATIONS IN TULP1 -- 38. TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE FUNCTION OF THE TUBBY GENE FAMILY IN THE RETINA -- 39. IDENTIFICATION OF DOWNSTREAM MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN PEDF?셎 ACTIVITY IN THE RETINA BY LARGE SCALE GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING -- 40. THE nob MUTATION DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST LIGHT?봊NDUCED RETINAL DEGENERATION -- 41. THE PHAGOCYTOSIS OF OS IS MEDIATED BY THE PI3-KINASE LINKED TYROSINE KINASE RECEPTOR, MER, AND IS STIMULATED BY GAS6 -- 42. ROLE OF av횩5 INTEGRIN IN REGULATING PHAGOCYTOSIS BY THE RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIUM -- 43. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CATHEPSIN D AND S IN RAT IPE AND RPE CELLS -- 44. ISOLATION AND CULTURE OF PRIMARY MOUSE RETINAL PIGMENTED EPITHELIAL CELLS -- 45. REGULATION OF THE VISUAL CYCLE: RETINOL DEHYDROGENASE AND RETINOL FLUORESCENCE MEASUREMENTS IN VERTEBRATE RETINA -- 46. MELATONIN ENHANCES RETINOIC ACID INDUCTION OF CONE ARRESTIN GENE EXPRESSION IN RETINOBLASTOMA CELLS -- 47. REGULATION OF RETINAL PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3-KINASE ACTIVITY IN P85a-SUBUNIT KNOCKOUT MICE -- 48. PERIPHERIN/RDS IN SKATE RETINA -- 49. MAP PROTECTS PHOTORECEPTORS FROM N-METHYL-N-NITROSOUREA-INDUCED RETINAL DEGENERATION -- 50. NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF ESTROGEN UPON RETINAL NEURONS IN VITRO -- 51. TRANSGENIC RD MICE HARBORING AXOKINE GENE BY RPE65GENE PROMOTER DOES NOT RESCUE PHOTORECEPTOR DEGENERATION -- 52. MARROW STROMAL CELLS?봎SCs: A SPECIES COMPARISON -- 53. GENE THERAPY FOR LEBER CONGENITAL AMAUROSIS -- 54. FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL EVALUATION AFTER AAV.RPE65 GENE TRANSFER IN THE CANINE MODEL OF LEBER?셎 CONGENITAL AMAUROSIS -- 55. ASSESSMENT OF rAAV-MEDIATED GENE THERAPY IN THE Rpe65 MOUSE -- 56. M체LLER CELL TRANSDUCTION BY AAV2 IN NORMAL AND DEGENERATIVE RETINAS -- 57. VIRUS-MEDIATED SECRETION GENE THERAPY?볾 POTENTIAL TREATMENT FOR OCULAR NEOVASCULARIZATION -- ABOUT THE EDITORS.
  • Topical Term
    Medicine.
    Neurosciences.
    Neurology.
    Ophthalmology.
    Epidemiology.
    Trees.
    Medicine & Public Health.
    Ophthalmology.
    Neurology.
    Neurosciences.
    Epidemiology.
    Tree Biology.
  • Host Item
    Springer eBooks
  • Additional Item
    Printed edition: 9781461349099
  • ISBN
    9781461500674
  • Language
    English