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eBook Müller Cells in the Healthy and Diseased Retina ePub

by Andreas Bringmann,Andreas Reichenbach

  • ISBN: 1441916717
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Andreas Bringmann,Andreas Reichenbach
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (March 18, 2010)
  • Pages: 417
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Müller glial cells span the entire thickness of the tissue, and ensheath all retinal neurons, in vertebrate retinae of all species. This morphological relationship is reflected by a multitude of functional interactions between neurons and Müller cells, including a 'metabolic symbiosis' and the processing of visual information.

In vascularized retinae, Muller cells may also be involved in the control of angiogenesis, and the regulation of retinal blood flow

M?ller Cells in the Healthy and Diseased Retina Andreas Reichenbach; Andreas Bringmann Springer 9781489985026 : Muller glial cells ensheath all retinal neurons in vertebrate retinae. In vascularized retinae, Muller cells may also be involved in the control of angiogenesis, and the regulation of retinal blood flow. Virtually every disease of the retina is associated with a reactive Muller cell gliosis which, on the one hand, supports the survival of retinal neurons but, on the other hand, may accelerate the progress of neuronal degeneration

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Specically, in the healthy retina Muller cells. The most sensitive non-specic response to retinal diseases and injuries, which can be used as a universal early cellular marker for retinal injury, is the upregulation of the intermediate lament protein, glial brillary acidic protein (GFAP) (Bignami and Dahl, 1979; Eisenfeld et a. 1984; Bringmann and Reichenbach, 2001).

M?ller cells may be used in the future for novel therapeutic strategies to protect neurons against apoptosis (for example, somatic gene therapy), or to differentiate retinal neurons from M?ller/stem cells.

Muller cells are also responsible f Muller glial cells ensheath all retinal neurons in vertebrate retinae

Muller cells are also responsible f Muller glial cells ensheath all retinal neurons in vertebrate retinae. There are a multitude of functional interactions between neurons and Muller cells, including delivery of the light stimuli to the photoreceptor cells in the inverted vertebrate retina, a 'metabolic symbiosis' with the neurons, and the processing of visual information. Lists with This Book.

Müller glial cells ensheath all retinal neurons in vertebrate retinae

Müller glial cells ensheath all retinal neurons in vertebrate retinae. There are a multitude of functional interactions between neurons and Müller cells, including delivery of the light stimuli to the photoreceptor cells in the inverted vertebrate retina, a 'metabolic symbiosis' with the neurons, and the processing of visual information.

Andreas Reichenbach and Andreas Bringmann of Leipzig University make a compelling case for the central role .

Andreas Reichenbach and Andreas Bringmann of Leipzig University make a compelling case for the central role Müller cells play. Everyone agrees that the eye is a very special and versatile sense organ, yet it has turned out in recent years that Müller cells are peculiar and multipotent glial cells.

Müller cells may be used in the future for novel therapeutic strategies to protect neurons against apoptosis (for example, somatic gene therapy), or to differentiate retinal neurons from Müller/stem cells. Meanwhile, a proper understanding of the gliotic responses of Müller cells in the diseased retina, and of their protective vs. detrimental effects, is essential for the development of efficient therapeutic strategies that use and stimulate the neuron-supportive/-protective - and prevent the destructive - mechanisms of gliosis.