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Posts Tagged ‘RNA’

Gene Therapy for Leber Congenital Amaurosis

Leber Congenital Amaurosis (LCA) is a genetic eye disease that affects the retina. It is caused by a mutation in 14 genes that have a role in the development of the retina. Visual impairment starts in infancy and for the most part remains stable, though it can get worse over time. Those with LCA experience […]

FECD–Rare, But Not Unknown

When it comes to eye diseases, your practice will handle patients who have glaucoma, cataracts or macular degeneration. Those are the big ones that most people worry about and do what they can to avoid or if they do get one of those eye conditions, preserve as much functional vision as possible. That isn’t to […]

Faulty Molecules Switches & Certain Genomic Regions Contribute to AMD

It is safe to say that no one wants to be blind. While age related macular degeneration (AMD) isn’t as well-known as glaucoma and cataracts, it, too, is a form a blindness that no one wants. It affects the straight on vision that is needed for activities like reading and driving and while medication can […]

Research Identifies Mechanisms for Eye Development

If you want to see want to see clearly what is going on outside while you are inside your home or office, the windows need to be clean. It’s the same thing with your eyes. Specifically, the lens has to be free of obstruction. Yet unlike most cells, the cells that make up the lens […]