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No blind mice: Retinal transplant successfully restores sight in rats

November 7, 2018

Scientists have successfully restored vision in blind rats by transplanting fetal retina cells to regenerate neurons in the vision centres of their brains. Researchers at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine found that sheets of fetal cells integrated into the retina can generate nearly normal visual activity in their brains. The findings were […]

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