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Researchers discover previously uncharted part of the eye.

The retina is a layer of tissue in the back of the eye that converts light into nerve impulses. The retina contains small, specialized neurons called bipolar cells that transmit information from light-sensitive photoreceptor cells to ganglion neurons, which send information to the brain for interpretation as images.  Now, researchers from Yale University School of Medicine and the National Heart Lung

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