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 ^   Action Potential

 ^   Adenosine

 ^   Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)

 ^   Advanced glycation end products (AGEs)

 ^   AION see Anterior Ischaemic Optic Neuropathy

 ^   AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)

 ^   Alstrom syndrome

 ^   Alzheimer's Disease

 ^   Amacrine cell

 ^   Amaurosis

 ^   Amblyopia

 ^   Amino Acid

 ^   Amiodarone

 ^   Angle, ~of anterior chamber, or iridocorneal~, or filtration~

 ^   Anion see ion

 ^   Anterior Ischaemic Optic Neuropathy (AION)

 ^   Antibody

 ^   Antigen

 ^   Anti oxidant

 ^   APB (2-amino-4-phosphobutyric acid, also called L-AP4)

 ^   Apoptosis

 ^   Aqueous Humor

 ^   Arteritis

 ^   Artery

 ^   Aspartate

 ^   ATP, Adenosine triphosphate

 ^   ATPase

 ^   ATP Synthase

 ^   Atrophy, Optic (OA)

 ^   Axon

 ^   Axon Transport

 ^   Basement membrane (Basal laminae)

 ^   BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor)

 ^   Behcet's disease

 ^   bFGF (Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor)

 ^   Bipolar Cell

 ^   Blind spot

 ^   Borrelia burgdorferi

 ^   Bruch's Membrane

 ^   Calcium

 ^   Canal, of Schlemm = sinus venosus sclerae = scleral venous sinus

 ^   Carbon Monoxide (CO)

 ^   Carnitine

 ^   Carnosine

 ^   Caspase

 ^   Cation see ion

 ^   Cecum (Caecum)

 ^   Cell

 ^   Central Retinal Artery Occlusion (CRAO)

 ^   Centre surround

 ^   Chamber, anterior~, posterior~

 ^   Channel

 ^   Chiasma, Optic

 ^   Choriod

 ^   Chromosome

 ^   Ciliary, body,muscle, artery, nerve, processes, part of retina

 ^   Circadian

 ^   CNTF (Ciliary Neurotrophic Factor)

 ^   Codon

 ^   Co-enzyme Q (Ubiquinone)

 ^   Complexes of the electron transport chain of oxidative phosphorylation:

 ^   Complex I: NADH-Coenzyme Q Reductase Also NADH dehydrogenase, NADH Ubiquinone Oxidoreductase

 ^   Complex II: Succinate-Coenzyme Q Reductase  Also, succinate dehydrogenase.

 ^   Complex III: Coenzyme Q-Cytochrome c Reductase Also, cytochrome bc1 complex

 ^   Complex IV: Cytochrome c Oxidase

 ^   Complex V: ATP Synthase  see ATP Synthase

 ^   Cone, M, S, L

 ^   Congenital

 ^   Conjunctiva

 ^   Consciousness

 ^   Contrast ~sensitivity,~acuity

 ^   Cornea

 ^   Cortex, cerebral

 ^   Cup, Optic

 ^   Cytochrome c

 ^   Cytochrome P450

 ^   Death-factor

 ^   De Morsier's disease (Septo-Optic dysplasia)

 ^   Dendrite

 ^   Depolarization

 ^   Diabetes Mellitus

 ^   DIDMOAD (Wolfram's Syndrome)

 ^   DNA, Deoxyribonucleic acid

 ^   Dominant

 ^   Dopamine

 ^   Drusen, Macular~, Optic Nerve~

 ^   Dysthyroid Optic Neuropathy

 ^   EDRF, endothelium derived relaxation factor. Nitric Oxide

 ^   EGR transcription factor

 ^   Electron Paramagnetic Spectroscopy (EPR)

 ^   Electron Transport Chain

 ^   Electroretinogram (ERG)

 ^   Embryology

 ^   Endothelium

 ^   Enzyme

 ^   Ethambutol

 ^   Excitotoxicity

 ^   Exon

 ^   Extrastriate

 ^   Fabry's disease

 ^   Field, Visual see Visual Field

 ^   Flavonoid

 ^   Flavone

 ^   Flicker

 ^   Fovea

 ^   Founder effect

 ^   Free Radical see Radical, Free

 ^   Friedreich's Ataxia

 ^   Fundoscope

 ^   Fundus, Oculi

 ^   G-protein

 ^   GABA ~a receptors, ~b receptors, ~c receptors

 ^   Ganglion Cell, (Retinal)

 ^   Gene

 ^   Genome

 ^   Genotype

 ^   Glaucoma

 ^   Glia

 ^   Glioma, Optic

 ^   Glutamate

 ^   Glutamine

 ^   Glutathione

 ^   Glycine

 ^   Gonioscope

 ^   Growth factor (Neurotrophic factor)

 ^   Hallervorden-Spatz syndrome

 ^   Haplogroup

 ^   Heteroplasmy

 ^   HIV (Human Immune deficiency Virus)

 ^   Homoplasmy

 ^   Hormone

 ^   Horizontal Cell

 ^   Hyperpolarization

 ^   Immune system

 ^   Immunostaining

 ^   Inflammation

 ^   Inhibition, Neuroreceptor

 ^   Inner Plexiform Layer

 ^   Intima

 ^   Intraocular Pressure (IOP)

 ^   Intron

 ^   Ions

 ^   Ionotropic

 ^   Iridocorneal angle see Angle, iridocorneal

 ^   Iris

 ^   Isch(a)emia

 ^   Isch(a)emic Optic Neuropathy

 ^   Isoniazid

 ^   Junction, Tight, Gap

 ^   Knockout

 ^   Krebs Cycle (TCA)

 ^   Koniocellular layer

 ^   L-Type Calcium channel

 ^   Lamina Cribrosa

 ^   Lateral Geniculate Nucleus

 ^   Laurence-Moon syndrome

 ^   Leber's Congenital Amaurosis (LCA)

 ^   Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON) (synonym Leber's Optic Atrophy)

 ^   Leber's Miliary Aneurysms

 ^   Leigh syndrome

 ^   Lens

 ^   Library, DNA

 ^   Ligand

 ^   Linkage

 ^   Luminescence

 ^   M ~Pathway, ~Cell

 ^   Macula

 ^   Magnocellular layer

 ^   Matrix, Mitochondrial

 ^   MELAS

 ^   Membrane

 ^   Meninges

 ^   Meningioma, of optic nerve sheath

 ^   Metabotropic

 ^   Microtubule

 ^   Midget System

 ^   Mitochondria

 ^   Mitosis

 ^   MRI, fMRI

 ^   MPTP (1-methyl- 4-phenyl- 1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine)

 ^   MT

 ^   Müller Cell see Glia

 ^   Multiple Sclerosis

 ^   Mutation

 ^   Myelin, ~sheath

 ^   Myocilin

 ^   N-type Calcium Channel

 ^   NADH

 ^   NARP Neurogenic muscle weakness, Ataxia, and Retinitis Pigmentosa. See Leigh syndrome

 ^   Necrosis

 ^   Nerve Growth Factor

 ^   Neurilemma

 ^   Neuritis,Optic see Optic Neuritis.

 ^   Neurocysticercosis

 ^   Neuroglia

 ^   Neuromyelitis Optica (Devic's Disease)

 ^   Neuropathy See optic neuropathy

 ^   Neuroprotection

 ^   Neuroreceptor

 ^   Neurotransmitter

 ^   NT-4/5 (Neurotrophin-4 or 5)

 ^   Nerve Fibre Layer

 ^   Nitric Oxide (NO·)

 ^   NMDA Receptor

 ^   NAION Non arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy See AION

 ^   Normotension Glaucoma (NTG)

 ^   Nucleic Acids

 ^   Nucleoside

 ^   Nucleotide

 ^   OFF-center Cell

 ^   ON-center Cell

 ^   ON-OFF centre cell

 ^   Ophthalmoscope

 ^   Opsin

 ^   Optic Atrophy (see Atrophy, Optic)

 ^   Optic Chiasm

 ^   Optic Cup

 ^   Optic Disk

 ^   Optic Nerve

 ^   Optic Neuritis

 ^   Optic Neuropathy

 ^   Optic  Tract

 ^   Optical Coherence Tomography

 ^   Ora serrata

 ^   Outer Plexiform Layer

 ^   Oxidation

 ^   Oxidative Phosphorylation

 ^   P- 450 system

 ^   P,~pathway,~cell

 ^   Papilla, optic =Optic disc

 ^   Parallel Processing

 ^   Parkinson's Disease

 ^   Parvocellular layer

 ^   Patch Clamp

 ^   Pathway

 ^   Penetrance

 ^   Penumbra, ischaemic

 ^   Perception

 ^   Perimetry, Visual Field

 ^   PET Positron Emmision Tomography

 ^   Phagocytosis

 ^   Phenotype

 ^   Phosphene

 ^   Photon

 ^   Photoreceptor

 ^   Pia Mater

 ^   Plasmid

 ^   Plasticity, neuronal

 ^   POAG (primary open angle glaucoma)

 ^   Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)

 ^   Pore

 ^   Potential, Membrane

 ^   Pigment cell

 ^   Pressure, Intraocular, Blood

 ^   Progressive Diffuse Leukoencephalopathy (PDL)

 ^   Prion

 ^   Projection, of optic nerve axons

 ^   Protein

 ^   Proteome

 ^   Psychophysics

 ^   Pupil

 ^   Pupil reflexes

 ^   PVECP (pattern visually evoked cortical potentials)

 ^   Quantum

 ^   Quantum coherance see Microtubule

 ^   Radical, Free

 ^   Recessive

 ^   Reflex, Light see Pupil reflex

 ^   Refsum's disease

 ^   Regeneration

 ^   Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect

 ^   Resting potential

 ^   Retina

 ^   Retinal Layers

 ^   RNA, mRNA, rRNA, tRNA

 ^   Rod

 ^   Rotenone

 ^   Sarcoidosis

 ^   Schwann Cell

 ^   Sclera

 ^   Scotoma

 ^   Serine

 ^   Serotonin

 ^   Sildenafil see Viagra

 ^   Single cell recording

 ^   Sinus venosus sclerae see Canal of Schlemm

 ^   Slit lamp

 ^   Soma

 ^   Stem cell

 ^   SPECT

 ^   Subarachnoid space

 ^   Superior colliculus

 ^   Superoxide dismutase

 ^   Suramin sodium

 ^   Synapse

 ^   Taurine

 ^   Terpene

 ^   Thalamus

 ^   Thyroid optic neuropathy See Dysthyroid optic neuropathy

 ^   Tissue, ~ specificity

 ^   Tobacco-alcohol amblyopia

 ^   Tonometer

 ^   Toxic Optic Neuropathy

 ^   Toxocariasis

 ^   Trabeculectomy

 ^   Transcription

 ^   Translation

 ^   Transporter, neurotransmitter

 ^   Transverse myelitis

 ^   Trial

 ^   Tricarboxylic Acid (Krebs) Cycle

 ^   Tumour Necrosis Factor-alpha

 ^   Tumours, Optic Nerve

 ^   Ubiquitin

 ^   Ubiquinone see Co-enzyme Q

 ^   Uremia

 ^   Uhthoff's symptom

 ^   Uvea

 ^   V1

 ^   V2

 ^   V4

 ^   Viagra™ (Sildenafil)

 ^   Vigabatrin

 ^   Vioform, clioquinol

 ^   Virus

 ^   Visual cortex

 ^   Visual Evoked Potential (VEP)

 ^   Visual Field

 ^   Vitamin

 ^   Vitreous Body (humor)

 ^   Voltage-gated

 ^   Wegener's granulomatosis

 ^   Wolfram syndrome

 ^   X-beta cell

 ^   X-linked

 ^   Y Chromosome

 ^   Zidovudine

 ^   Zinn and Haller, circle of

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