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Gene therapy has only been used to partially restore sight in people who are blind from defects in the pigmented layer of the eye, providing the same treatment for those who are blind through loss of photoreceptor cells - the cells that respond to light - has proven a greater challenge.
Eventually, blindness results from photoreceptor loss associated with degeneration in the pigmented layer of the retina, called the retinal pigment epithelium or RPE cell layer.
Eventually, blindness results from photoreceptor loss associated with regeneration in the pigmented layer of the retina, called the retinal pigment epithelium or RPE cell layer.
The blue bottle in the picture has a foamed layer inside and solid, pigmented layer outside.
This amended model can be used only if the scattering layer is the uppermost pigmented layer in the multilayer composite coating.
Neuroepithelium-- the epithelial tissue of the brain, the pigmented layer, literally the "skin" of the brain
Eventually, blindness results from photoreceptor loss associated with the degeneration in the pigmented layer of the retina, called retinal pigment epithelium (RPE)
Eventually, blindness results from photoreceptor loss associated with degeneration in the pigmented layer of the retina, called the retinal pigment epithelium, which is the site of damage that the company believes the hESC-derived RPE may be able to target for repair after administration.
Another way PPG is showing creativity is with a tri-coat process, where a layer of clearcoat is applied over a pigmented layer of mid-coat and a solid or metallic base coat.
Production of melanosomal melanin in tissues of central neuroepithelial origin is developmentally restricted in humans to the fetal pineal gland and to the pigmented layers of the retina.