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Thursday, January 03, 2008

The Retinal Muller Cell: Structure & Function

Book Description
This monograph examines the role of the Müller cell, the main glial element of the retina, in the development, organization, and function of the vertebrate retina. These cells may also play a role in the control of eye growth and in determining the processing of information by surrounding neurons.

Book Info
Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL. Surveys the current status of our knowledge of Muller cell structure and function, and provides a comparative study of the differences in structure and function of the Muller cell across species. DNLM: Retina--cytology.


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