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Best Open Access Journals In Neurodegenerative Disorders

OMICS Group International through its scholarly open access initiative is committed to make genuine and reliable contributions to the scientific community. It provides the best way to publish the original research work through best open access journals allowing researchers, potential learners and the academic fellow from respective domain to access the same works for free, which also results in quick dissemination of findings and a wide impact. OMICS Group International handles over 700+ peer-reviewed journals through a smooth peer-review process. These journals have over 15 million readers and over 25000 eminent personalities as editorial members to its credit to promote rapid, quality and quick review processing. Alongside OMICS Group Conferences division hosts about 3000+ International Scientific Conferences with numbers steadily growing each year. OMICS Group International had signed agreement with more than 1000+ Scientific associations worldwide to make health care and scientific information open access. The retina is composed of neural networks that are responsible for visual function, and vascular networks that support the tissue. One type of neuron, the photoreceptor cell, receives light and converts it to electric signals, which are subsequently transferred to secondary and tertiary neurons. During signal transfer, interneurons process the visual information, and then the integrated information is transmitted to the brain through the retinal ganglion cells, whose axons form the optic nerve. Retinal neural tissue also contains Müller glial cells, which develop from retinal progenitor cells; the retinal progenitor cells also generate retinal neuronal cells, i.e. photoreceptor cells and retinal ganglion cells. Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) is a retinal neurodegenerative disease caused by a genetic abnormality affecting the photoreceptor cells or the retinal pigment epithelial cells which contributes to the maintenance of photoreceptor cells. One of the best characterized mutations of rhodopsin, P23H, occurs with high frequency in RP patients, and has been actively studied using genetically modified animals or cells. Most retinal diseases cause neurodegenerative disorders resulting in visual function impairment. Therapies that target the root causes of these disorders, such as the control of blood sugar levels in diabetic retinopathy, and gene therapies for the treatment of genetic diseases, are important approaches. (Ozawa Y, Kamoshita M, Narimatsu T, Ban N, Toda E,Neuroinflammation and Neurodegenerative Disorders of the Retina)
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Last date updated on July, 2014