Boal, A. M., N. R. McGrady, X. Chamling, B. S. Kagitapalli, D. J. Zack, D. J. Calkins and M. L. Risner, 2023. Microfluidic Platforms Promote Polarization of Human-Derived Retinal Ganglion Cells That Model Axonopathy. Translational Vision Science & Technology 12(4): 1-1. * uses XC450 XonaChips with hESC-derived RGCs.
Tags: hESC-derived, retinal ganglion cells, XC450

Subramani, M., M. J. Van Hook and I. Ahmad, 2023. Reproducible generation of human retinal ganglion cells from banked retinal progenitor cells: analysis of target recognition and IGF-1-mediated axon regeneration. Front Cell Dev Biol 11: 1214104. * uses SND450 silicone devices with human RGC
Tags: human, injury, retinal ganglion cells, SND450

Subramani, M., Hook, M.V., Rajamoorthy, M., Qiu, F., Ahmad, I., 2023. Human Retinal Ganglion Cells Respond to Evolutionarily Conserved Chemotropic Cues for Intra Retinal Guidance and Regeneration. bioRxiv, 2023.2002.2001.526677 * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (SND450) with human retinal ganglion cells and rat retinal cells.
Tags: human, preprint, rat, retinal ganglion cells, SND450

Fligor, C.M., Lavekar, S.S., Harkin, J., Shields, P.K., VanderWall, K.B., Huang, K.-C., Gomes, C., Meyer, J.S., 2021. Extension of retinofugal projections in an assembled model of human pluripotent stem cell-derived organoids. Stem Cell Reports. * uses XonaChips® (XC450) with hPSC-derived retinal ganglion neurons (RGCs) purified from retinal organoids
Tags: hPSC-derived, retinal ganglion cells, retinal organoid, XC450

Mak, H.K., Yung, J.S.Y., Weinreb, R.N., Ng, S.H., Cao, X., Ho, T.Y.C., Ng, T.K., Chu, W.K., Yung, W.H., Choy, K.W., Wang, C.C., Lee, T.L., Leung, C.K., 2020. MicroRNA-19a-PTEN Axis Is Involved in the Developmental Decline of Axon Regenerative Capacity in Retinal Ganglion Cells. Mol Ther Nucleic Acids 21, 251-263.* uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (RD450) with mouse retinal ganglion cells
Tags: mouse, RD450, retinal ganglion cells

Teotia, P., Van Hook, M.J., Fischer, D., Ahmad, I., 2019. Human retinal ganglion cell axon regeneration by recapitulating developmental mechanisms: effects of recruitment of the mTOR pathway. Development 146, dev178012. * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (SND450) with human retinal ganglion cells
Tags: human, retinal ganglion cells, SND450

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