Bim expression in endothelial cells and pericytes is essential for regression of the fetal ocular vasculature
Shoujian Wang, Ismail S Zaitoun, Ryan P Johnson, Nasim Jamali, Zafer Gurel, Catherine M Wintheiser, Andreas Strasser, Volkhard Lindner, Nader Sheibani, Christine M Sorenson
PLOS ONE | PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE | Published : 2017
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This work was funded by Lions Pediatric Ophthalmology Research Fund and Retina Research Foundation/Daniel M. Albert Chair. CMS was supported by grant from the National Institutes of Health R21EY023024. NS is supported by NIH grant R24 EY022883, P30 CA014520 UW Paul P. Carbone Cancer Center support grant, P30 EY016665, and an unrestricted departmental award from Research to Prevent Blindness. NS is a recipient of an award from the Retina Research Foundation. RPJ is a recipient of a Hilldale Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin -Madison. Generation of the Tg (Pdgfrb-cre)45Vli mice was enabled by the Mouse Transgenic and In Vivo Imaging Core Facility supported by P30GM103392 (VL).