Neville N. Osborne spends much of his time researching Retina, Neuroprotection, Retinal, Neuroscience and Internal medicine. His Retina research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Anatomy, Ischemia and Cell biology. His research in Neuroprotection intersects with topics in Excitotoxicity, Betaxolol, Anesthesia and Retinal degeneration.
His Retinal research includes themes of Choline acetyltransferase and NMDA receptor. Neville N. Osborne has researched Neuroscience in several fields, including Neurotrophic factors and Stem cell. His study in Internal medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Endocrinology and Inner plexiform layer.
Neville N. Osborne focuses on Retina, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Retinal and Cell biology. Neville N. Osborne has included themes like Neuroprotection and Anatomy in his Retina study. Within one scientific family, Neville N. Osborne focuses on topics pertaining to Glaucoma under Neuroprotection, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Intraocular pressure.
The Endocrinology study combines topics in areas such as Receptor and Serotonin. His studies deal with areas such as Molecular biology, Ischemia and Pathology as well as Retinal. His research integrates issues of Apoptosis and Cell in his study of Cell biology.
His primary scientific interests are in Cell biology, Retina, Programmed cell death, Mitochondrion and Apoptosis. The various areas that Neville N. Osborne examines in his Cell biology study include Glutamate receptor, Cell, Staining and Mitochondrial apoptosis-induced channel. The Retina study combines topics in areas such as Endocrinology, Retinal, Anatomy, Optic nerve and Internal medicine.
In his study, Rat retina is inextricably linked to Pharmacology, which falls within the broad field of Retinal. His research integrates issues of Neuroprotection and Ganglion in his study of Programmed cell death. His Neuroprotection research is included under the broader classification of Neuroscience.
Programmed cell death, Mitochondrion, Cell biology, Retina and Retinal ganglion cell are his primary areas of study. In his work, Cell signaling, Retinal regeneration and Glial scar is strongly intertwined with Neuroprotection, which is a subfield of Programmed cell death. His work deals with themes such as Viability assay, Oxidative stress and Neuroscience, Glaucoma, which intersect with Mitochondrion.
His Cell biology research also works with subjects such as
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Müller Cells in the Healthy and Diseased Retina
Andreas Bringmann;Thomas Pannicke;Jens Grosche;Mike Francke.
Retinal ischemia: mechanisms of damage and potential therapeutic strategies.
Neville N Osborne;Robert J Casson;John P.M Wood;Glyn Chidlow.
Progress in Retinal and Eye Research (2004)
Cellular signaling and factors involved in Müller cell gliosis: neuroprotective and detrimental effects.
Andreas Bringmann;Ianors Iandiev;Thomas Pannicke;Antje Wurm.
Progress in Retinal and Eye Research (2009)
Neuroprotection in Relation to Retinal Ischemia and Relevance to Glaucoma
N.N Osborne;M Ugarte;M Chao;G Chidlow.
Survey of Ophthalmology (1999)
A hypothesis to explain ganglion cell death caused by vascular insults at the optic nerve head: possible implication for the treatment of glaucoma
N.N Osborne;J Melena;G Chidlow;J.P.M Wood.
British Journal of Ophthalmology (2001)
Ganglion cell death in glaucoma: what do we really know?
Neville N Osborne;John P M Wood;Glyn Chidlow;Ji-Hong Bae.
British Journal of Ophthalmology (1999)
Mitochondria: Their role in ganglion cell death and survival in primary open angle glaucoma
Neville N. Osborne.
Experimental Eye Research (2010)
Handbook of chemical neuroanatomy, Vol. 2: Classical Transmitters in the CNS: Part 1. Edited by A. Björklund and T. Hökfelt. ISBN 0444 90330 5. Price: $104. Elsevier, 1984
Neville N. Osborne.
Neurochemistry International (1986)
Zinc in the retina.
Marta Ugarte;Neville N Osborne.
Progress in Neurobiology (2001)
The role of glia, mitochondria, and the immune system in glaucoma.
Gülgün Tezel;Tamir Ben-Hur;Gary E. Gibson;Beth Stevens.
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (2009)
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