Lab grown ‘mini eyes’ unlock understanding of blindness in rare genetic condition

Biochemistry laboratory research, Scientist or medical in lab coat holding test tube with Using Microscope reagent with drop of color liquid over glass equipment working at the laboratory.

Researchers at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (UCL GOS ICH) have grown “mini eyes,” which make it possible to study and better understand the development of blindness in a rare genetic disease called Usher syndrome for the first time.

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