Scientists Restore Sight In Blind Mice May 8, 2015 | by Josh L Davis Photo credit: Sonja Kleinlogel/Retina of blind mouse treated with the new approach. Scientists from the University of Bern have been able to return daylight vision to blind mice by introducing an engineered light-sensing protein into their eyes. The process, known as “optogenetics,” uses … Continue reading Three blind mice?
There a number of ways to maximize the use of vision, even if it is impaired by disease. There is no single approach that works for everyone; needs differ depending on the type of eye disease, general health, and personal preferences. There are optometrists who specialize in low vision and can work with each individual … Continue reading 5 tips to improve low vision
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