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Download World in Conflict: Soviet Assault & Win! A large number of transgenic and knockout mice have been generated to define the pathophysiology of diseases that include retinal diseases. However, there are few reports of mice that express mutant human genes. Introduction of such mouse models is expected to facilitate the understanding of human diseases, since the similarity of the proteins may cause phenotypic changes that are not similar to those of the human disease. An intravenous (iv) injection of adeno-associated virus-2 (AAV-2) transduces long-term transgene expression in many different tissues in transgenic mice. A similar transduction efficiency is observed in the retina after a local subretinal injection. However, a local subretinal injection of AAV-2 via the vitreous body has several drawbacks, including the small size of the injected tissue, and the need for a surgical procedure. Therefore, an alternative approach is required to achieve efficient and non-surgical transgene expression in the mouse retina. In this issue, Terasawa et al.^[@i1552-5783-59-3-1396-b01]^ report a new animal model of human retinal diseases. They injected AAV-2 carrying a near-infrared (NIR) fluorescent reporter gene, *eGFP*, subretinally in a mouse model of a dominant *retinitis pigmentosa* (*RP*) family with autosomal dominant RP10 (ADRP10). The authors showed that the construct was effective for the long-term *eGFP* expression in the outer retinal cells, even though AAV-2 did not efficiently transduce the photoreceptors.^[@i1552-5783-59-3-1396-b01]^ In addition, the authors also showed that the subretinal injections induced the local expression of the transgenes in photoreceptor cells in the outer retinal layer.^[@i1552-5783-59-3-1396-b01]^ The ADRP10 is a severe form of autosomal dominant RP (ADRP) that is caused by the p.Gly1896Glu (p.Gly1896Glu) mutation of the X-linked retinitis pigmentosa 1 (*RPGR*) gene,^[@i1552-5783-59-3-1396

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