Semaphorin 3F forms an anti-angiogenic barrier in the outer retina

Andreas Stahl, A. Buehler, F. Bucher, S. Berger, A. Pielen, G. Martin, G. Schlunck, H.T. Agostini, P. Sapieha, M. Klagsbrun & L.E.H. Smith
Background: Semaphorins are known modulators of neuronal pathfinding and angiogenesis. In the neuro-retinal tissue of the retina, semaphorins exert important functional roles on tissue homeostasis and architecture by guiding axons and vessels to their appropriate target and steering them away from unwanted[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]