Retinal Cells

Quick Overview

• High quality art print on premium 10 mil, acid free paper 
Partly glossy, fingerprint resistant finish
• Additional sizes available, please contact us for more details
• Same week shipping
• Hassle-free return policy
• Frame not included

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The retina contains photoreceptor cells, called rods and cones, whose job is to react to light and convert it into electrical signals to send to the brain. The retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) layer is essential for maintaining the health of the light sensitive photoreceptors.The RPE cells are lost in Macular Degeneration, causing death of photoreceptors and a loss of central vision and therefore, blindness. Current treatment of Macular Degeneration looks to use stem cells to replace the retinal cells that die in the hopes of halting further blindness and slow the progression of the disease.


Shop affordable art prints designed and printed in the USA. All prints are based on original artwork by Kella L. Vangsness. Available in five different sizes, these square prints can easily work into spaces small and large. All prints are sold separately and unless noted do not include framing of any kind. Their high-quality, partly glossy finish makes these prints stand out in front of, or behind glass. 


Our estimated shipping time is within 1-5 days of purchase. Your delivery date will be determined based on your address and shipping method.

If for any reason you are not satisfied, you may return your print within 14 days for a replacement or full refund minus the cost of shipping. 


Our collection of stem cell artwork is perfect for anyone looking to incorporate modern medical artwork into their home or office. Science art, or biologic art makes great gifts for medical students, medical professionals, and science enthusiasts.