#ExpertAnswers: Peter Lundh von Leithner on Eye Function
This episode of #ExpertAnswers features Peter Lundh von Leithner, PhD, University College London. He is here to discuss the application of electroretinography in rodent in vivo research studies as a method to better understand and characterize eye function.
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