Müller cells make up just 0.005% of the cells in our central nervous system. They do not belong to the more esteemed family of neuronal cells but to the glia, a family of cells that until recently were seen as mere filling material between the neurons. Now, however, all that has changed. Sharing the insights of more than a quarter century of research into Müller cells, Drs. Andreas Reichenbach and Andreas Bringmann of Leipzig University make a compelling case for the central role Müller cells play.
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Titolo: Muller Cells in the Healthy and Diseased Retina
Autori: Reichenbach - Bringmann
Editore: Springer Verlag
Finitura: Copertina flessibile