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A Quantitative Chloride Channel Conductance Assay for Efficacy Testing of AAV.BEST1.

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Specific deficits in visual electrophysiology in a mouse model of dominant optic atrophy.

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Early development of intrinsic photosensitivity of inner retinal neurones in the marine retina.

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Calcium imaging reveals a network of intrinsically light-sensitive inner-retinal neurons.

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Intrinsic light responses of ganglion cells in the rodless-coneless mouse retina

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Light-adaptive role of nitric oxide in the outer retina of lower vertebrates: a brief review.

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Cellular origin of the light adaptation-induced nitric oxide release in the carp retina

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