Distribution of Labeled Embryonic Nerve Cells After In Vivo Introduction at Experimental Eye Trauma
Keywords:embryonic nerve cells, experimental eye trauma, fluorescent dye
The distribution of cryopreserved embryonic nerve cells labeled with 3,3â€™-dioctadecyloxacarbocyanide bromide (DDC) in the tissues of retinal and vascular membranes after introduction at experimental laser burn of eye retina in rabbits has been studied. The presence of dye in the damage focus for 21 days has been shown.
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