LKC’s RETeval®, RETevet, and UTAS systems are used in multiple universities and clinical studies for vision research. Visual electrophysiology testing lets the physician or researcher “see” the root cause of structural anomalies or unexplained vision issues to really understand function of the retina, visual cortex, and beyond.
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A sample of past peer-reviewed research studies using animals include:
- Hif1a inactivation rescues photoreceptor degeneration induced by a chronic hypoxia-like stress
- Photoreceptor Protection by Mesencephalic Astrocyte-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (MANF)
- Visual Evoked Potential Recovery by Subretinal Implantation of Photoelectric Dye‐Coupled Thin Film Retinal Prosthesis in Monkey Eyes With Macular Degeneration
- A non-invasive nanoparticle mediated delivery of triamcinolone acetonide ameliorates diabetic retinopathy in rats
- Gene therapy knockdown of VEGFR2 in retinal endothelial cells to treat retinopathy
- ARL2BP, a protein linked to Retinitis Pigmentosa, is needed for normal photoreceptor cilia doublets and outer segment structure
- Ex vivo ERG analysis of photoreceptors using an in vivo ERG system
- CRISPR-engineered mosaicism rapidly reveals that loss of Kcnj13 function in mice mimics human disease phenotypes
- Age-related macular degeneration phenotypes are associated with increased tumor necrosis-alpha and subretinal immune cells in aged Cxcr5 knockout mice
- Contributions of Second- and Third-Order Retinal Neurons to Cone Electroretinograms After Loss of Rod Function in Rhodopsin P347L Transgenic Rabbits
- Arap1 Deficiency Causes Photoreceptor Degeneration in Mice
- Adapting the RETeval ERG device into a veterinary tool (RETevet)
- Standardized Full-Field Electroretinography in the Green Monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus)
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