Data on the use of various immunochemical markers specifically indicating cell types of the neural retina and pigment epithelium are reviewed. It is demonstrated how this approach can be applied to the analysis of specific features of vertebrate retinal development, including the order and timing of differentiation of the main cell types, their interdependence in the course of this process, and factors controlling the latter. Problems concerning the state of differentiation and its change in the cells of retinal pigment epithelium and glial cells are discussed in respect to their analysis with the aid of specific protein markers. The current state of retina regeneration research involving the use of labeled cell sources and regenerated cells in lower vertebrates is analyzed. Problems in the search for new markers of retinal photoreceptor, macroglial, and microglial cells and their use in experiments are addressed.
Russian Journal of Developmental Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 9, 2004
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