Using high-throughput screening to uncover novel genes for retinal regulation
Ruth Steer |
The more complex a tissue’s function, the more complex its structure. The retina is no exception; its intricate function depends on the precise organization of its neural and vascular components. And though vision relies on retinal structure, little is known about what actually drives – and controls – such precise regulation. A team from the Baylor College of Medicine, USA, developed a high throughput retina screening tool – INSiGHT – to dig deeper into the key genes driving retinal regulation.
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