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SciArtWork Picture Your Science. Scientific Illustrations

Sciartwork.com   DA: 14 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 28

At SciArtWork, I help scientists communicating about their research, I make personalised illustrations based on their scientific projects to show them with simplicity but accuracy.

Retina Global: A New Type Of Gene Therapy Demonstrates …

Retinaglobal.blogspot.com   DA: 25 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 76

  • (c) Veronique Juvin, Sciartwork Doctors have been able to use a form of gene therapy described as optogenetics for the first time to restore partial vision in a blind person
  • The research team genetically altered retinal ganglion cells to become light-sensitive in a man whose vision was destroyed by retinitis pigmentosa, a genetic disorder that

Blind Patient Recovers Partial Vision With Optogenetics

The-scientist.com   DA: 21 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 73

  • S ince its early days in the mid-2000s, optogenetics, with its potential to activate neurons with light, emerged as a promising technique for restoring vision in blind patients
  • In recent years, at least two companies have announced the start of clinical trials to test optogenetics-based therapies in humans, and one

News — Schübeler Lab

Schubelerlab.org   DA: 20 PA: 5 MOZ Rank: 28

  • Artwork by SciArtWork (sciartwork.com)
  • A big welcome to the latest addition to the group Murat Iskar
  • Murat joins from the Peter Lichter’s group at DKFZ in Heidelberg and he is an expert in computational biology
  • We look forward to his contributions to the group!

Engineering Near-infrared Vision

Science.org   DA: 15 PA: 28 MOZ Rank: 47

  • image: veronique juvin/sciartwork Expression of the nanogenetic sensor in cones rendered blind retinas to be sensitive to NIR light
  • Cone photoreceptors (retinal input) and retinal ganglion cells (retinal output) responded vigorously to 915-nm light, and NIR-evoked retinal activity propagated to the brain.

Exercise-induced Angiogenesis Is Dependent On

Mayoclinic.pure.elsevier.com   DA: 28 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 83

Exercise is a powerful driver of physiological angiogenesis during adulthood, but the mechanisms of exercise-induced vascular expansion are poorly understood.

Endothelial Lactate Controls Muscle Regeneration From

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  • Endothelial cell (EC)-derived signals contribute to organ regeneration, but angiocrine metabolic communication is not described
  • We found that EC-specific loss of the glycolytic regulator pfkfb3 reduced ischemic hindlimb revascularization and impaired muscle regeneration
  • This was caused by the reduced ability of macrophages to adopt a …

Engineering Near-infrared Vision

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  • image: veronique juvin/sciartwork Expression of the nanogenetic sensor in cones rendered blind retinas to be sensitive to NIR light
  • Cone photoreceptors (retinal input) and retinal ganglion cells (retinal output) responded vigorously to 915-nm light, and NIR-evoked retinal activity propagated to the brain.

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