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Using Adeno-associated Virus as a Tool to Study Retinal Barriers in Disease
 

Using Adeno-associated Virus as a Tool to Study Retinal Barriers in Disease

Article doi: 10.3791/52451
April 19th, 2015

Summary April 19th, 2015

To investigate the blood-retinal barrier permeability and the inner limiting membrane integrity in animal models of retinal disease, we used several adeno-associated virus (AAV) variants as tools to label retinal neurons and glia. Virus mediated reporter gene expression is then used as an indicator of retinal barrier permeability.

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