retinal pigment epithelial cells as seen by adaptive optics fluorescence microscopy

Mosaicism in the retinal pigment epithelial cells as seen by adaptive optics fluorescence microscopy. A stable fluorescence pattern is observed in human eyes following labeling by indocyanine green dye.

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neuron vessels

Inner retinal capillaries (top) and choriocapillaris (bottom) imaged in a living human eye using multimodal adaptive optics enhanced indocyanine green angiography.

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Retinal pigment epithelial cells imaged  using adaptive optics

Retinal pigment epithelial cells imaged noninvasively in a living human eye using adaptive optics. Image generated using a combination of multiply-scattered light (red) and intrinsic near-infrared autofluorescence (green).

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Cone photoreceptor neurons and retinal pigment epithelial cells

Cone photoreceptor neurons (red) and retinal pigment epithelial cells labeled using indocyanine green dye (green), imaged in a living human eye using adaptive optics.

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Last updated: January 28, 2020