Retinoschisis News and Research

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Retinoschisis is a genetic eye disorder that impairs normal vision. This disorder affects the retina, which is a specialized light-sensitive tissue that lines the back of the eye. Damage to the retina impairs the sharpness of vision (visual acuity).
Review shows lipid nanoparticles as highly promising delivery systems in gene therapy

Review shows lipid nanoparticles as highly promising delivery systems in gene therapy

Researchers map two gene mutations that trigger retinal disease leading to macular degeneration

Researchers map two gene mutations that trigger retinal disease leading to macular degeneration

Effective method to restore sight to patients with blinding diseases

Effective method to restore sight to patients with blinding diseases

Cerebral damage risks vision in children born prematurely

Cerebral damage risks vision in children born prematurely

AGTC receives FFB grant to evaluate gene therapy treatment for X-linked Retinoschisis

AGTC receives FFB grant to evaluate gene therapy treatment for X-linked Retinoschisis

Handheld SD-OCT device helps examine vitreoretinal interface in infants with SBS

Handheld SD-OCT device helps examine vitreoretinal interface in infants with SBS

New hand-held device eliminates technical challenges involved in imaging progressive ROP in infants

New hand-held device eliminates technical challenges involved in imaging progressive ROP in infants

Scientists use gene transfer to prevent retinoschisis

Scientists use gene transfer to prevent retinoschisis