Mutations that affect the survival of selected amacrine cell subpopulations define a new class of genetic defects in the vertebrate retina

Andrei Avanesov, Ralf Dahm, F. Van Bebber, E. Busch-Nentwich, R. Dahm, H. G. Frohnhofer, H. Geiger, D. Gilmour, S. Holley, J. Hooge, D. Julich, F. Maderspacher, H. M. Maischein, C. Neumann, T. Nicolson, C. Nusslein-Volhard, H. Roehl, U. Schonberger, C. Seiler, C. SollnerM. Sonawane, A. Wehner, C. Weiler, P. Erker, H. Habeck, U. Hagner, C. E. Hennen Kaps, A. Kirchner, T. Koblizek, U. Langheinrich, C. Loeschke, C. Metzger, R. Nordin, J. Odenthal, M. Pezzuti, K. Schlombs, J. DeSantana-Stamm, T. Trowe, G. Vacun, B. Walderich, A. Walker, C. Weiler, William F. Sewell, Jarema J. Malicki

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