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Andi Abeshi, Vincenza Precone, Tommaso Beccari, Munis Dundar, Benedetto Falsini and Matteo Bertelli

. Leber’s congenital amaurosis and the role of gene therapy in congenital retinal disorders Int J Ophthalmol. 2017; 10(3): 480-484. 11. Maclachlan TK, Lukason M, Collins M, Munger R, Isenberger E, Rogers C, Malatos S, Dufresne E, Morris J, Calcedo R, Veres G, Scaria A, Andrews L, Wadsworth S. Preclinical safety evaluation of AAV2-sFLT01- a gene therapy for age-related macular degeneration. Mol Ther. 2011;19(2):326-334. 12. Stone EM, Aldave AJ, Drack AV et al. Recommendations for genetic testing of inherited eye diseases: report of the

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Niyazi Acer, Nazan Dolu, Gokmen Zararsiz, Mehmet Sait Dogan, Kazim Gumus, Sevgi Ozmen, Ali Yucel Kara, Handan Soysal, Huseyin Per and Mehmet Bilgen

References 1. Tajima-Pozo K, Ruiz-Manrique G, Yus M, Arrazola J, Montañes-Rada F. Correlation between amygdala volume and impulsivity in adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Acta Neuropsychiatr 2015; 27(6): 362-7. 2. Carrey N, Bernier D, Emms M, Gunde E, Sparkes S, Macmaster FP, Rusak B. Smaller volumes of caudate nuclei in prepubertal children with ADHD: impact of age. J Psychiatr Res 2012; 46(8): 1066-72. 3. Nagel BJ, Bathula D, Herting M, Schmitt C, Kroenke CD, Fair D, Nigg JT. Altered white

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Mirele S. Mialich, Bruna R. Silva and Alceu A. Jordao

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Oliver Pabst

consequently be seen as non-linear electrical measurements (on human skin) [ 22 ]. Furthermore, these can be seen as part of Bioimpedance, since this field encompasses the passive electrical properties (memristor = fourth passive electrical circuit element) of organic tissues and corresponding recording techniques [ 23 ]. Materials and methods Subject recruitment, approval The measurements were conducted on 28 test subjects (16 male, 12 female, mean age 31 years, SD = 9.5 years; all gave informed consent for participation in the study) at the University of Oslo in

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M. Amini, J. Hisdal and H. Kalvøy

cell cultivation process is performed over time ( 53 ). For impedance measurements in 3D culture systems, cells are not seeded as a monolayer on the surface of the electrode but are encapsulated in a 3D scaffold which is in contact with a conductive medium ( 52 ). Thus, the electrodes can be placed for example outside the extracellular matrix and in the middle to provide impedance measurements. Therefore, the ionic variations of the medium over time would lead to changes in conductivity which would affect the measured impedance ( 43 ). Microfluidic 3D cell