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“This is the wavelength that has low light toxicity, which is a very important parameter in optogenetics,” said Sahel.How Gene Therapy and Algae Proteins Partially Restored a Blind Man’s Sight|Shelly Fan|May 25, 2021|Singularity Hub
For the human trial, Sahel and his team worked with a 58-year-old man who had been diagnosed with RP 40 years earlier and whose vision was limited to rudimentary light perception.A Blind Patient Regained Partial Sight in a Breakthrough Study, Offering Hope to Millions|Jeffrey Kluger|May 24, 2021|Time
According to Roska and Sahel, several patients have now been treated in the clinical trial being sponsored by GenSight, but only the man whose case is being described today has used the goggles.A blind man can perceive objects after a gene from algae was added to his eye|Antonio Regalado|May 24, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Sahel adds, “it’s a milestone on the road to even better outcomes.”
So Sahel, Roska and colleagues developed their therapy using a different light-sensing protein that responds to amber light, which does less damage to cells than blue or green wavelengths.
The stronghold in Mali was to be the centerpiece of a larger Qaeda emirate across the Sahel from Mauretania to Nigeria.
The Sahel has been degraded by human use, not natural desertification; the natural process has been the reverse.
The children of the Sahel do not injure their guests; I have travelled since morning fasting; hunger will make the fawn brave.The Arab's Pledge|Edward L. Mitford
The coast plain west of Algiers, the Sahel properly called, is in strong contrast with the cultivated plain of the Mitidja.In the Land of Mosques & Minarets|Francis Miltoun
The valley of the river Sahel is full of boars, and panthers and monkeys abound in the neighboring spurs of the Zouaouas.
In the Sahel, the prevailing east winds drive the sand-ocean with a progressive westward motion.Man and Nature|George P. Marsh
From 1861 onward, Fromentin deserted the Sahara in favour of Sahel, exchanged the consuming heat of summer for a milder sunshine.Fromentin|Georges Beaume