On September 2-4, Imagine Eyes exhibits at the International Society for Genetic Eye Diseases and Retinoblastoma – ISGEDR – meeting in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Visit our booth and try the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera. Today rtx1 is being used for phenotyping inherited retinal diseases, characterizing their natural course at the photoreceptor level, and evaluating cell rescue in therapeutic investigations.
Prof. Kiyoko Gocho from Nippon Medical School will present* a study in retinitis pigmentosa where the rtx1 revealed photoreceptor loss associated with a mutation in the HK1 gene even before the occurrence of visual symptoms.
Contact us if you would like to reserve a timeslot for a demo, either at ISGEDR or online.
More about the ISGEDR meeting here
* High-resolution Retinal Imaging Analysis of Patients with Autosomal Dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa Caused by HK1 Mutation, Kiyoko Gocho
Virtual poster OcGen28, in Ophthalmic Genetics 1 session, September 2nd