Purpose.: To examine the presence and distribution of proteoglycan (PG) core proteins in the adult human retina, choroid, and sclera. Methods.: Postmortem human eye tissue was dissected into Bruchs membrane/choroid complex, isolated Bruchs membrane, or neurosensory retina. PGs were extracted and partially purified by anion exchange chromatography. Trypsinized peptides were analyzed by tandem mass spectrometry and PG core proteins identified by database search. The distribution of PGs was examined by immunofluorescence microscopy on human macular tissue sections. Results.: The basement membrane PGs perlecan, agrin, and collagen-XVIII were identified in the human retina, and were present in the internal limiting membrane, blood vessel walls, and Bruchs membrane. The hyalectans versican and aggrecan were also detected. Versican was identified in Bruchs membrane, while aggrecan was distributed throughout the retina, choroid, and sclera. The cartilage link protein HAPLN1 was abundant in the ...
There are many complex structures that make up the human eye. Our practice, The Retina Group of Washington focuses on the retina The retina is the light sensitive area at the back of the eye where light coming through the eye is converted into images. Sometimes the retina can become detached from the back of the eye, which will cause retina complications in Bethesda and possibly a loss of vision. A detached retina often starts with a tear or hole on the retina that allows tissue or fluid in between the retina and the eyes wall. When tissue builds up behind the retina it can pull away and eventually detach from the wall.. There are several symptoms to look out for associated with a detached retina. The most common symptom is floaters, or dark spots and string-like shapes floating around your field of vision. Vitreous gel that has aged or loose blood or pigment causes these retina complications in Bethesda. Floaters dont necessarily mean that there is a retinal detachment but they are an ...
Purpose : The mechanistic target of rapamycin (mTOR) kinase exists in two distinct complexes, mTORC1 and mTORC2, with only mTORC1 containing the regulatory-associated protein of mTOR (Raptor). mTORC1 is a key regulatory control point of metabolism and protein synthesis. Little is known about the role of mTORC1 in retinal physiology. To determine if mTORC1 is necessary for retinal development the effect of negating mTORC1 function in the embryonic neural retina on visual acuity and retinal anatomy was examined. Methods : Six3cre mice were bred with Rptorf/f mice to cause conditional knockout (cKO) of Raptor expression in the neural retina beginning at approximately embryonic day 9. Six3cre-Rptorf/f mice were compared to Six3cre and to Rptorf/f controls. PCR confirmed Rptor gene editing and qRT-PCR confirmed a decrease of Raptor mRNA expression in whole retinas. Optokinetic response monitoring was used to examine visual acuity at 8 weeks of age. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) was used to ...
For proper function of the retina, the correct proportions of retinal cell types must be generated, they must be organized into cell-specific laminae, and appropriate synaptic connections must be made. To understand the genetic regulation of retinal development, we have analyzed mutations in the mosaic eyes gene that disrupt retinal lamination, the localization of retinal cell divisions to the retinal pigmented epithelial surface and retinal pigmented epithelial development. Although retinal organization is severely disrupted in mosaic eyes mutants, surprisingly, retinal cell differentiation occurs. The positions of dividing cells and neurons in the brain appear normal in mosaic eyes mutants, suggesting that wild-type mosaic eyes function is specifically required for normal retinal development. We demonstrate that mosaic eyes function is required within the retinal pigmented epithelium, rather than in dividing retinal cells. This analysis reveals an interaction between the retinal pigmented ...
The presently acknowledged onset of synaptogenesis in the chick retina from embryonic day 12 (E12) onward stands in contrast with the appearance of spontaneous electrical activity, of presynaptic proteins, or of neurotransmitters during early formation of the inner (E6-E8) and outer (E9) plexiform layers. Therefore, we investigated the chick retina from E6 to E12 at which age first synapses appear by transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The study provides evidence that synaptogenesis in the chick retina begins shortly after the plexiform layers have started to emerge. The first synapses are electrical synapses, which appear on E7, one day after the future inner plexiform layer emerged, and towards the end of E8 in the nascent outer plexiform layer. Conventional chemical synapses appear in both plexiform layers on E8, in the inner plexiform layer (stage 34) only a few hours earlier than in the outer plexiform layer (stage 35). The first synapses are formed close to the apex of the optic fissure and
The retina is the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of the eyeball. Images that come through the eyes lens are focused on the retina. The retina then converts these images to electric signals and sends them along the optic nerve to the brain.. The retina usually looks red or orange because there are many blood vessels right behind it. An ophthalmoscope allows a health care provider to see through your pupil and lens to the retina. Sometimes photos or special scans of the retina can show things that the provider cannot see just by looking at the retina through the ophthalmoscope. If other eye problems block the providers view of the retina, ultrasound can be used.. Anyone who experiences these vision problems should get a retinal examination:. ...
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Define central vein of retina. central vein of retina synonyms, central vein of retina pronunciation, central vein of retina translation, English dictionary definition of central vein of retina. Noun 1. central vein of retina - vein formed by the union of the retinal veins; accompanies central arteries of the retina in the optic nerve vena centrales...
Establishment of the DV and AP axes constitutes a fundamental step in eye development. Several transcription factors and signaling molecules expressed asymmetrically in the early retina are key to establishing the AP and DV axes of the retina: e.g. Vax (Barbieri et al., 2002; Mui et al., 2002; Schulte et al., 1999) and Ventroptin (Sakuta et al., 2001) in the ventral retina, and Tbx5 and BMP4 (Koshiba-Takeuchi et al., 2000) in the dorsal retina. In addition to these early DV molecules, retinoic acid (RA) activity is asymmetrically distributed along the DV axis in the retina, suggesting that it may play a patterning role. The presence of a dorsal and a ventral zone of RA activity in the retina, separated by a middle zone that is free of RA, is conserved among vertebrate species such as zebrafish, chick and mice (Marsh-Armstrong et al., 1994; McCaffery et al., 1999; Mey et al., 1997). The two zones of RA activity are determined by the expression of two RA-synthesizing enzymes, RALDH1 in the dorsal ...
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Retina Image Bank: A vast open-access library of more than 22,000 unique and downloadable retina images.. Annual Meeting Archives: A clinical treasure trove featuring enduring scientific meeting content from presentations and posters to papers on demand. Best Clinical Retina Practices: The ASRS is committed to helping members maintain excellence in practice and patient care. Best Clinical Retina Practices is a growing collection of statements offer definitive guidance on what the Society deems to be the current gold standard for clinical retina practice.. PAT Survey: The annual Preferences and Trends Survey (PAT) measures member preferences on a wide range of medical, surgical and socioeconomic topics and allows participants to benchmark themselves against their peers in real time. Members are eligible to participate and to receive survey results. ASRS also offers the Global Trends in Retina Survey examining retina practice trends worldwide.. Publications: ASRS provides first-class publications ...
The vitreous is the area anterior to the retina. It contains a gel -like substance that thins as we age. The layer of tissue lining the inside of the back of the eye is called the retina. It contains millions of photoreceptor cells which convert light into images. The macula is where light comes to a focus - it has mainly cone cells for color vision.. The vitreous is a clear gelatin-like substance between the lens of the eye and the retina. Light rays, carrying images to the brain, must pass through this clear gel on the way to the retina. The retina transmits information (carried by light rays) to the brain via the optic nerve. When disease or injury causes clouding of the vitreous or damage to the retina, the result is a partial or complete loss of vision.. Diabetic retinopathy is the most common of all retinal diseases. A direct result of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy. Retinopathy is an alteration of blood vessels that provide nourishment to the retina. These blood vessels may leak, ...
Taken together, the evidence strongly supports the notion that the inverted retina and its major consequence (the positioning of the photoreceptors in the outer section of the retina where they are in intimate contact with the choriocapillaris) is a specific adaptation designed to deliver abundant quantities of oxygen to the photoreceptor cells commensurate with their high energy demands--especially in metabolically active groups such as the birds and mammals. Rather than being a case of maladaptation, the inverted retina is probably an essential element in the overall design of the vertebrate visual system.. This conclusion is reinforced by the difficulty of envisaging alternative means of delivering the required amounts of oxygen to the photoreceptor cell layer if the retina had the typical non-inverted design of the sort that might appeal to a tidy-minded engineer. Blood absorbs light strongly, as witnessed by the fact that in the area centralis or macular region--which is the high-visual ...
... l Vein Occlusions (RVOs) occur when small veins in the retina suddenly close off for a period of time. This leads to a sudden increase in blood pressure in the affected area of the retina that causes blood to spill out of the veins into the retinal tissue, often damaging part retina. RVOs can vary greatly in their severity. Sometimes vision is not affected, other times it can be severely affected.. Vision loss with RVOs can occur due to the blood vessels in the retina closing off permanently (ischemia). Vision may also be affected by blood vessels becoming leaky. Serum (clear fluid within the blood) can leak from these blood vessels into the retina making it thick and swollen and allowing proteins and fats to accumulate in the retina. When this retinal swelling occurs in the center of the retina, it can make the vision very blurry (macular edema). Macular edema can often be treated with eye injections or with laser.. Sometimes abnormal blood vessels can start growing in the eye after an ...
Figure 2. Immunocytochemical labeling of adult human retinas. A: Retina treated with no primary antibody but with Cy-2- (green) and Cy-5- (blue) labeled secondary antibodies shows strong autofluorescence of lipofuscin granules in the retinal pigment epithelium (R). p, photoreceptor layer; n, inner nuclear layer; g, ganglion cell layer. B: Retina treated with polyclonal anti-PEDF (green) that had been pre-adsorbed with the immunizing peptide. Note absence of label in photoreceptors (p), inner nuclear layer (n) and ganglion cell layer (g). However, some photoreceptor outer segments (*) are weakly positive, suggesting that this label may not be due to authentic PEDF. C: Polyclonal anti-PEDF (green) labels photoreceptor outer segments and rod and cone cytoplasm. The interphotoreceptor matrix is labeled (blue) with anti-IRBP. Note PEDF-positive rod nuclei (r) but PEDF-negative cone nuclei (arrowheads). The ganglion cells (g) and some cells in the inner nuclear layer (n) are labeled (green) with pAb ...
The effects of a glutathione-containing intra-ocular irrigation solution, BSS Plus®, on retinal function and on the survival of ganglion cells in whole-mount retinal explants were studied. Evidence is provided that the perfused ex vivo bovine retina can serve as an alternative to in vivo animal testing. Isolated bovine retinas were prepared and perfused with an oxygen-saturated standard irrigation solution, and an electroretinogram was recorded to assess retinal function. After stable b-waves were detected, the isolated retinas were perfused with BSS Plus for 45 minutes. To investigate the effects of BSS Plus on photoreceptor function, 1mM aspartate was added to the irrigation solution in order to obtain a-waves, and the ERG trace was monitored for 75 minutes. For histological analysis, isolated whole retinal mounts were stored for 24 hours at 4°C, in the dark. The percentages of cell death in the retinal ganglion cell layer and in the outer and inner nuclear layers were estimated by using an ...
Are you or your child suffering from retinal detachment? The Retina Group of Washington has your perfect Annandale pediatric retina doctor. We have years of experience treating this and many other conditions.. At The Retina Group of Washington, we pride ourselves on our commitment to our community and our patient satisfaction. We always do our utmost to keep our patients comfortable and informed throughout all therapies and treatments. We are your go to Annandale pediatric retina doctor for your every possible eye care need. The retina is the light-sensitive layer of tissue that lines the inside of the eye and sends visual messages through the optic nerve to the brain. When the retina detaches, it is lifted or pulled from its normal position. If not promptly treated, retinal detachment can cause permanent vision loss. In some cases there may be small areas of the retina that are torn. These areas, called retinal tears or retinal breaks, can lead to retinal detachment. We have a great deal of ...
Figure 2. Comparison of the pathology of normal and rdd chicken retinas at 3-4 months. Comparison of normal (A) and rdd (B) retina at 3-4 months of age, both to scale. The rdd retina shows marked atrophy of all layers with virtually complete loss of photoreceptors and replacement by gliosis. GCL = ganglion cell layer, IPL = inner plexiform layer, INL = inner nuclear layer, PRL = photoreceptor layer and RPE = retinal pigment epithelium. Both haematoxylin and eosin at 340x magnification. (C) High power view of the rdd retina showing marked atrophy. Note in particular the complete absence of the outer nuclear layer (usually seen between the inner nuclear and photoreceptor layers). The photoreceptor layer shows loss of photoreceptors, gliosis and prominent clefts above the remnant of the retinal pigment epithelium. GCL = ganglion cell layer, IPL = inner plexiform layer, INL = inner nuclear layer, PRL = photoreceptor layer, RPE = retinal pigment epithelium. Haematoxylin and eosin at 1,800x ...
The retina is a sensory tissue that collects light and color information of objects and converts into electrical signals, which are then sent to the brain. After light detection by the photoreceptors in the retina, the first step in visual processing occurs in retinal interneurons that are either stimulated or inhibited by photoreceptors during the transmission of the light information to retinal ganglion cells wired to the brain. Changes in the composition and connectivity of these retinal interneurons, therefore, alter the output of the retina, modifying the visual information sent to the brain.. Neurons comprising the retina are produced before animals open their eyes for the first time. This process is regulated by various transcription factors, which bind specific DNA sequences and induce the expression of target genes that define the features of each cell type. Paired-homeobox 6 (PAX6) is an important transcription factor of retinal interneurons named as amacrine cells that tune the ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Exposing primary rat retina cell cultures to γ-rays. T2 - An in vitro model for evaluating radiation responses. AU - Gaddini, Lucia. AU - Balduzzi, Maria. AU - Campa, Alessandro. AU - Esposito, Giuseppe. AU - Malchiodi-Albedi, Fiorella. AU - Patrono, Clarice. AU - Matteucci, Andrea. PY - 2018/1/1. Y1 - 2018/1/1. N2 - Retinal tissue can receive incidental γ-rays exposure during radiotherapy either of tumors of the eye and optic nerve or of head-and-neck tumors, and during medical diagnostic procedures. Healthy retina is therefore at risk of suffering radiation-related side effects and the knowledge of pathophysiological response of retinal cells to ionizing radiations could be useful to design possible strategies of prevention and management of radiotoxicity. In this study, we have exploited an in vitro model (primary rat retinal cell culture) to study an array of biological effects induced on retinal neurons by γ-rays. Most of the different cell types present in retinal tissue ...
Incubation of cat retinas with 3H-glycine in vitro, followed by horizontal sectioning and autoradiography, showed labeling of 10-12% of bipolar cells and 45% of amacrine cells. To ascertain the effects of glycine-accumulating bipolar and amacrine cells on the response properties of retinal ganglion cells, in vivo iontophoretic studies were performed in the cat eye. Glycine inhibited all ganglion cells, and this action was blocked by strychnine. Aminophosphonobutyric acid (APB) suppressed ON-ganglion cells, but activated OFF-ganglion cells. The influence of APB upon OFF-ganglion cells could be completely blocked by strychnine. In the mudpuppy, APB suppressed ON-bipolar cells without affecting OFF-bipolar cells and without direct effects on other retinal neurons (Slaughter and Miller, 1981, 1985). If APB has the same mode of action in the cat retina, the present results suggest a glycinergic inhibitory input of the ON-channel upon OFF-ganglion cells.. ...
Rods and cones of the retina. False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of rod and cone cells of the eye retina. Rod cells (orange) and less numerous cone cells (blue) are specialized light-sensitive cells. They occur on the surface of the retina. They are responsible for detecting visible images, which are transmitted as nerve impulses to the optic nerve and the brain. There are about 130 million rod cells in the human retina; they detect light intensity and so are important for day and night vision. While the less numerous cone-like cone cells (about 6.5 million in the human retina) respond specifically to colour. Magnification: unknown. - Stock Image P424/0080
The retina is a layer of photosensitive tissue at the back of the eye that sends signals to your brain and makes it possible to see. Conditions that affect the retina can severely affect vision and even lead to blindness. Joshi Retina Institute offers effective treatment for retinal tears. A retina tear is not painful ...
The retina is the thin membrane that lines the back of the eye and contains the "rods and cones" that transfer light focused by the cornea and lens into electric impulses carried by the optic nerve to the brain. The eye "takes the picture" and the brain "develops it.". In the center of the retina, similar to the central bulls-eye of a target, is the macula, the most sensitive part of the retina and the part that gives precise vision for reading and driving. Some common disorders of the retina include macular degeneration, "floaters" and retinal detachment. Many patients with macular degeneration can now be treated with vitamins and medication to avert severe vision loss.. Patients with diabetes can develop a growth of new blood vessels in the retina which may bleed and affect vision. We use special instruments, cameras and lasers to detect retina problems and can usually treat most problems in the office.. ...
Group leader : Muriel Perron Our SCaNR research group is associated with the private laboratory of Retina France association, the CERTO (Centre dEtudes et de Recherches Thérapeutiques en Ophtalmologie), with whom we are developing our research projects in collaboration.. Our long-term goal is to provide foundations for the development of innovative therapeutic approaches in patients afflicted with degenerative retinal diseases, such as Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) or Aged Macular Degeneration (AMD).. One of the intended strategy is to revitalize the naturally limited regenerative capacity of the mammalian retina. In fish and amphibians , different populations of stem cells contribute efficiently to the regeneration of the retina following injury. These animals thus offers powerful model system to dissect the signaling pathways underlying regeneration and provide essential information to stimulate the proliferation and neurogenic potential of dormant retinal stem cells in mammals. In this context, ...
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Müller cells, that belong to the family of radial glia cells, have central functions during retinogenesis. They form a stabilizing scaffold, they are candidate targets for the mediation of extraneous retinogenetic factors, and they are an important source for retina-borne retinogenetic factors. Reaggregate cultures allow the analysis of retinogenesis from dispersed cells to fully laminated tissues. Reaggregating cells from the embryonic chick retina reassemble to reversed laminated cellular spheres including constituents of all retinal layers, yet the outer nuclear layer is represented by internal rosettes. Using spheroids, we tested whether Müller cells have a decisive function in establishing retinal polarity and in determining the lamination pattern. To this end, we established confluent monolayers of highly enriched Müller cells derived from E6 or E13 chicken retinas, and then let dispersed E5.5 retinal cells reaggregate either in the absence of these monolayers or on top of them. In the ...
When chick embryos are treated with a monoclonal antibody specifically blocking the activity of neurotrophin-3 (NT-3), the development of the retina is profoundly affected. Fewer axons are found in the optic nerve, and the retina shows abnormalities in all layers. Early during retinogenesis, the proportion of dividing cells is higher in NT-3-deprived embryos compared with age-matched controls and that of differentiated neurons is smaller. The NT-3 receptor trkC is expressed early by a majority of retinal cells, and NT-3 is present in the retina at the earliest stage studied. Initially, it is located mainly in the pigmented epithelium, with a shift toward the neural retina as development proceeds. Thus, NT-3 seems to be an essential intrinsic signal acting early in development to promote the differentiation and survival of many retinal neurons ...
Here, we illustrate an optical method for directly measuring the light-regulated synaptic output of neurons in the retina. The method allows simultaneous recording from many retinal neurons in intact flat-mount preparations of the vertebrate retina.
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As a result of injury, tumors, or disease, the retina can become completely or partially detached, causing diminished vision. The retina can be repaired by laser, cryoprobe, or surgery.. ...
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How often do you think about your retina? Were guessing not all that much. And if youre not having a problem, then theres no reason to, of course. Your retina is the part of your eye, located at the back, where light is focused after it enters the cornea at the front of your eye. And in the center of the retina is the macula. Its natural to take your vision and your eye health for granted. But at The Retina Group of Washington, its our job to ensure that you are able to enjoy optimal eyesight and good optical well-being for the long term. Our adult ophthalmologist in Fredericksburg has been helping people just like you for over four decades. And we continue to do so. Diseases related to your retina include diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, complications of cataracts, and age-related macular degeneration.. With our advanced diagnostic testing, our adult ophthalmologist in Fredericksburg can help you by detecting eye diseases in their early stages. Age-related macular degeneration becomes a ...
In one aspect the present invention provides methods for assessing a physiological state of a mammalian retina in vivo, the methods of this aspect of the invention each include the steps of: (a) irradiating a portion of a mammalian retina, in vivo, with light having a wavelength in the range of from 600 nm to 1000 nm at an intensity sufficient to stimulate two-photon-induced fluorescence in the retina; and (b) assessing a physiological state of the retina by analyzing the fluorescence.
Previous studies have shown that wild-type retinas implanted with subretinal devices undergo photoreceptor degeneration in the region immediately overlying the device.5,18 The death of photoreceptors was attributed to the blockage of choroidal blood flow to the outer retina due to the solid nature of the subretinal implant. The inclusion of perforations was hypothesized to increase the health of the retina overlying the device. Our results show that INL thickness on the stimulating side of the IPA in retinas with solid IPAs is the same as IPAs with 5-μm perforations (Fig. 4). This indicates that the INL is less sensitive to the blockage of choroidal blood flow than the photoreceptors. Furthermore, the retinas with solid IPAs do not form pseudo-rosettes or undergo glial fibrosis, compared with IPAs with perforations. While the mechanism of retinal pseudo-rosette formation is unclear, higher rates have been observed in several retinal pathologies including retinal detachment,27 retinal ...
Ahnelt PK, Pflug R. Telodendrial contacts between foveolar cone pedicles in the human retina. Experientia. 1986;42:298-300. [PubMed]. Ahnelt PK, Kolb H, Pflug R. Identification of a subtype of cone photoreceptor, likely to be blue sensitive, in the human retina. J Comp Neurol. 1987;255:18-34.[PubMed]. Balazsi AG, Rootman J, Drance SM, Schulzer M, Douglas GR. The effect of age on the nerve fiber population of the human optic nerve. Am J Ophthalmol.1984;97:760-766. [PubMed]. Bruesch SR, Arey LB. The number of myelinated and unmyelinated fibres in the optic nerve of vertebrates. J Comp Neurol. 1942;77:631.. Curcio CA, Sloan KR, Packer O, Hendrickson AE, Kalina RE. Distribution of cones in human and monkey retina: individual variability and radial asymmetry.Science. 1987;236:579-582. [PubMed]. Drasdo N, Fowler CW. Non-linear projection of the retinal image in a wide-angle schematic eye. Br J Ophthalmol. 1974;58:709-714. [PubMed] [Free Full text in PMC]. Hageman GS, Johnson LV. The ...
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Fig. S4 Anti-zebrafish harmonin localization in 6 and 8dpf retinas. (A) Bright, even labeling is seen in Müller glial cells throughout the retina in 6d wild-type animals. (B) Müller cells in 6d morphant animals are faintly labeled in the central retina, but more brightly labeled adjacent to the ciliary marginal zones (arrows). (C) No Müller cell labeling is observed in stagematched ush1c homozygous mutant retinas. (D) A stage matched wild-type embryo treated with blocking solution provides a control for autofluorescence of the photoreceptor outer segments and plexiform layers. (E) Harmonin in 8dpf retinas shows persistent staining in Müller cells and no detectable photoreceptor staining above background levels. Harmonin localization in Muller cells of 8dpf mutants is diminished (F) to background levels. Panel G shows an 8d retina processed with the ABC and TSA kits without incubation in primary antibody to demonstrate the nonspecific signal from synaptic and photoreceptor outer segment ...
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We have investigated the locations of the GABA(A) receptor α1-, β2-, γ2- and γ4-subunit mRNAs, in chick retina, by in situ hybridization. The α1-, β2- and γ2-subunit genes were chosen for study because they are co-expressed throughout the mammalian and avian brain. The γ4-polypeptide gene was selected because it is highly expressed, in the chick brain, in those regions that are involved in the processing of visual information. We find that the α1-, β2- and γ2-subunit mRNAs are present in both the inner nuclear layer (INL) and the ganglion cell layer (GCL); however, the distributions of the three transcripts in these two layers show significant differences. In contrast, the γ4-polypeptide mRNA is only detected in the inner portion of the INL. These results strongly suggest the existence of multiple GABA(A) receptor subtypes in chick retina.
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So soon. For those of you holding off to purchase the first generation of the iPad mini, you may not have to wait too long. Rumor on the street says that a second generation of the iPad mini with Retina display is due in March of this year. Thats one quick turnaround.. A friend of mine who is a bit older, said that he couldnt really tell a difference between an iPad mini without a Retina display, and the original iPad equipped with a Retina display. I think he is saying the screen on the iPad mini is not as bad. I think the screen size of the iPad mini and the screen resolution somewhat makes it quite acceptable.. But, the upcoming Retina display on the iPad mini will really make the screen much clearer. Most people would be able to tell a difference. Some apps will really take advantage of the Retina display and make the iPad mini shine. So, I cant wait for this second generation of the iPad mini to get here. And March is just around the corner.. ...
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Authors: Aramant, R. , Seiler, M. , Ehinger, B. , Bergström, A. , Gustavii, B. , Brundin, P. , Adolph, A.R. Article Type: Research Article Abstract: Human embryonic retinas (postconceptional age 3-10 weeks) with or without retinal pigment epithelium were grafted to the retina of immuno-suppressed adult rat hosts. The development of the xenografts was followed up to 37 weeks of total age by histology and by immunohistochemistry for S-antigen. The donor tissue became rearranged in folded sheets with rosettes. The grafts developed approximately according to their intrinsic timetable, but with a developmental delay in the later stages. Occasionally, the grafts were well fused with the host retina. At 13 weeks of total age, the grafts contained areas of inner plexiform layer with presumptive ganglion cells, …one neuroblastic layer, and cone precursor cells around rosettes. At 19 weeks, an outer plexiform layer and inner segments of the cones started to form. At 20 weeks, the first immunoreactivity ...
During evolution, the eyes of vertebrates develop different adaptations in order to fit into the different habitats. In this chapter, 27 vertebrates, both rare and common, from different animal groups were selected to illustrate the histological differences in their retinae. For example, it is interesting to compare vertebrates between groups e.g. fish and amphibians. It is also interesting to compare vertebrates that are herbivores with those that are omnivores. In addition, comparing between species is also enlightening. A cat, which is an agile and fast moving animal, has a lot more types of visual cells than other slow moving species, while bottom living Chinese soft shelled turtles have visual cells that are rudimentary. In other cases, the Japanese eels, which inhabit both ocean and freshwater streams during their life-cycle, have retinae with highly packed and numerous visual cells while the goldfishes, which live in freshwater streams and ponds, have retinae with scattered visual cells. ...