A single gene insertion of green opsin into the eyes of blind mice has allowed them to regain sight, according to a recently published study.
A novel optical imaging system capable of analyzing retinal markers of Alzheimer’s disease has been demonstrated in a new feasibility study.
A new retinal imaging technique is the first to identify individual cells; the new technique could aid earlier diagnosis and treatment of vision loss diseases such as glaucoma.
New research has identified how a subset of proteins associated with Alzheimer’s disease can enter and damage retinal cells, and could lead the way to future preventative and treatment strategies for age-related macular degeneration.
Research on the manifestation of CNS diseases in the retina highlights a promising route for non-invasive screening.
In this editorial, the author describes our current knowledge of eye movements and cognitive markers for diagnosis and prognosis in Alzheimer’s disease.