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Primary adult human retinal pigment epithelial cell cultures on human amniotic membranes



Primary adult human retinal pigment epithelial cell cultures on human amniotic membranes



Indian Journal of Ophthalmology 53(2): 109-113



Purpose: Retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells grow well on surfaces that provide an extracellular matrix. Our aim was to establish primary adult human RPE cell cultures that retain their epithelial morphology in vitro using human amniotic membrane (hAM) as substrate.Materials and Methods: Human cadaver eyeballs (16) were obtained from the eye bank after corneal trephination.

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