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Isolation of Retinal Stem Cells from the Mouse Eye

DOI :

10.3791/2209-v

7:22 min

September 11th, 2010

September 11th, 2010

23,312 Views

1Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto

In this video, we will demonstrate how to isolate retinal stem cells from the ciliary epithelium of the mouse eye and grow them in culture to form clonal retinal spheres. The spheres that are isolated possess the cardinal properties of stem cells: self-renewal and multipotentiality.

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