Figure 5 of Nishiguchi, Mol Vis 2009; 15:187-199.

Figure 5. Shared morphological features of rhodopsin-positive or PNA-positive cells in the pars plana and peripheral retina in rd1 mice. Double-headed arrows indicate the pars plana. A: At P30, many rhodopsin-positive cells in both the ciliary epithelium and peripheral retina were oriented randomly, while most of those in the posterior parts of the retina were aligned radially in rd1 mice. B-D: Selected areas from A are magnified. E: At P30, PNA-positive processes were generally shorter in the peripheral retina and par plana compared to those in the posterior parts of the retina with longer processes in rd1 mice. A and E are thick scans (merged from 4 scans; each scan was 10.0 μm thick). Scale bar equals 50 μm. Abbreviations: ciliary body (CB); recoverin (Rcv).