Martin-Paul Agbaga, PhD | “Differential Composition of DHA and Very Long Chain PUFAs in Rod and Cone Photoreceptors.”

Researchers at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center delved into the differences in fatty acid makeup between retinas from mice that are rich in rods, and those from less-studied animals with more cones. The team examined PUFA levels using diurnal rodents and mice that had been genetically manipulated to have more cone than rod receptors.

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