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Retinal Ganglion Cell Death During Optic Nerve Regeneration In The Frog Hyla Moorei
M. Humphrey, L. Beazley
Published 1985 · Biology, Medicine
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In the frog Hyla moorei we have estimated there to be between approximately 450,000 and 750,000 cells in the retinal ganglion cell layer. Optic axon counts and retrograde transport of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) indicated that 72–76% of these were ganglion cells. Cells of this type were distributed as a temporally situated area centralis within a horizontal visual streak.
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