US researchers have identified new biomarkers that can detect early changes in the eye that can lead to diabetes-related blindness.
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A class of lipids – or fatty acids – found in the retina of the eye play an important role in maintaining vision. Victoria Rees, Deputy Editor of Drug Target Review, spoke with Dr Paul Bernstein from the Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah, US, to discover how…
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