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How to purify photoreceptors from retina grown in a dish

Work recently published in Stem Cells has shown that photoreceptor cells can be grown and purified in the lab before being transplanted into a mature host retina. This research, led by BRC-supported Professor Jane Sowden, suggests that cell replacement therapy involving the transplantation of new photoreceptor cells, isolated from retina grown in a dish, may be a possible treatment for blindness.