OMRF scientists have identified a compound that could give birth to therapies for a host of eye diseases.
Amy Jo Frazier catches just as many fish as she used to. She still skis black diamonds. She still clears thorn bushes from her five-acre property.
OMRF scientist Scott Plafker has received a four-year grant from the NIH to study whether a natural compound can help prevent a common eye disease.
OMRF has received $646,000 to study the genetic origins of NMO.
Findings may help improve treatments for retinopathy and macular degeneration
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