Research provides new directions in understanding and fighting glaucoma
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  April 12, 2018  
  Glaucoma  
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 Research provides new directions in understanding and fighting glaucomaResearch provides new directions in understanding and fighting glaucoma
 
Two distinctive handfuls of short molecules that regulate gene expression have been found in the eye fluid of patients with two distinct types of vision degenerating glaucoma.
 
 
 New discovery could help understand and treat glaucomaNew discovery could help understand and treat glaucoma
 
Researchers have discovered two distinct groups of short molecules that regulate gene expression in the eyes of people with two different forms of glaucoma.
 
   NTU Singapore and SERI team invents new 'pen camera' to detect patients with glaucomaNTU Singapore and SERI team invents new 'pen camera' to detect patients with glaucoma
 
Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, with clinicians from the Singapore Eye Research Institute, have invented a new 'pen camera' that makes it easier for doctors to diagnose patients with glaucoma.
 
   Therapeutic target for glaucoma could have treatment ramifications for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’sTherapeutic target for glaucoma could have treatment ramifications for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
 
A therapeutic target to preserve vision in glaucoma patients could have treatment ramifications for age-related neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, according to findings released today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
 
   Fight for Sight awards new grants for 13 vital eye research projectsFight for Sight awards new grants for 13 vital eye research projects
 
Fight for Sight, the leading eye research charity, has awarded grants totaling over £180,000 for thirteen vital research projects in partnership with nine different organizations.
 
 New biodegradable sensors could assist doctors when examining serious health conditions
 
New biodegradable sensors could assist doctors when examining serious health conditionsThis article features the recent development of biodegradable sensors which can be used to assist doctors when monitoring chronic health conditions.
 
 
 Dim light may affect your ability to learn and remember, suggests new study
 
Dim light may affect your ability to learn and remember, suggests new studyA new study found that prolonged exposure to dim light may alter the brain's structure, and impair an individual’s ability to remember and learn.