Early Retinal Neuronal Dysfunction in Diabetic Mice: Reduced Light-Evoked Inhibition Increases Rod Pathway Signaling.
AuthorMoore-Dotson, Johnnie M.
Beckman, Jamie J.
Mazade, Reece E.
Bernstein, Adam S.
Romero-Aleshire, Melissa J.
Brooks, Heddwen L.
Eggers, Erika D.
AffiliationDepartment of Physiology, University of Arizona
Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Physiological Sciences, University of Arizona
Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Arizona
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CitationEarly Retinal Neuronal Dysfunction in Diabetic Mice: Reduced Light-Evoked Inhibition Increases Rod Pathway Signaling. 2016, 57 (3):1418-30 Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci.
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AbstractRecent studies suggest that the neural retinal response to light is compromised in diabetes. Electroretinogram studies suggest that the dim light retinal rod pathway is especially susceptible to diabetic damage. The purpose of this study was to determine whether diabetes alters rod pathway signaling.
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