Gradients of cone differentiation and FGF expression during development of the foveal depression in macaque retina
Cones in the foveola of adult primate retina are narrower and more elongated than cones on the foveal rim, which in turn, are narrower and more elongated than those located more eccentric. This gradient of cone morphology is directly correlated with cone
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