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The vertebrate retina is a light-sensitive tissue lining the inner surface of the eye . The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina , which serves much the same function as the film in a camera. Light striking the retina initiates a cascade of chemical and electrical

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The retina is a thin layer of light sensitive tissue on the back wall of the eye. The optical system of the eye focuses light on the retina much like light is focused on the film in a camera. The retina translates that focused image into neural impulses and sends them to the brain via the

Adeno associated virus and gene therapy of the human retina print that page

expression in a variety of retinal cell types. For example tight junctions that form the blood retina barrier, separate subretinal space form the blood supply , providing protection from microbes and decreasing most immune-mediated damages [ 2 ] . The Human Adeno-associated Virus The human | 2010/9/26 0:41:13

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Rods are a little narrower than cones but have the same structural basis. The pigment is on the outer side, lying on the pigment epithelium. This end contains many stacked disks. Rods have a high area for visual pigment and thus substantial efficiency of light absorption. Because they have | 2011/5/26 22:38:50

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pierces the optic nerve close to the eyeball, sending branches over the internal surface of the retina , and these terminal branches are the only blood supply to the larger part of it. The central part of the retina where the light rays are focussed after passing through the pupil and the

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A retinal ganglion cell (RGC) is a type of neuron located near the inner surface (the ganglion cell layer ) of the retina of the eye . It receives visual information from photoreceptors via two intermediate neuron types: bipolar cells and amacrine cells . Retinal ganglion cells collectively | 2011/5/26 22:45:51

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Associates, Inc. ISBN   0-87893-439-1 .   Masland RH (2001). "The fundamental plan of the retina ". Nat. Neurosci. 4 (9): 877–86. doi : 10.1038/nn0901-877 . PMID   11528418 .   Dac | 2011/5/26 22:43:58

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As a part of the retina , the bipolar cell exists between photoreceptors ( rod cells and cone cells ) and ganglion cells . They act, directly or indirectly, to transmit signals from the photoreceptors to the ganglion cells. Contents 1 Overview 2 Specification 3 Functionality | 2011/5/26 22:44:30

'retina' display print that page

The name retina display' is based on the idea of 300dpi at 10 inch distance from ones eye is the maximum resolution the retina can understand. With the iPhone expected to be used at a distance of 10 inches from the eyes, a higher resolution should have no effect on apparent quality at that | 2010/9/26 14:05:40

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Models 2.1 Folding 2.2 Non-folding 2.3 SLR 3 References [ edit ] History The first Retina , a compact folding camera which pioneered the 135 format, was followed by two new models in 1936. The Retina I , which was the more popular of the two, was essentially the same as the