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Ophthalmic Res (1996) 28 (Suppl. 2): 86–91.
Published Online: 11 December 2009
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Scheimpfiug imaging Human lens Capsular density Geometric correction Ophthalmie Research Ophthalmic Res 1996;28(suppl 2):86 91 A. Wegener H. Laser Department of Experimental Ophthalmology, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms...
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Ophthalmic Res (1996) 28 (Suppl. 1): 81–85.
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... structural properties of the hydrocarbon chains of DHS membranes isolated from human lenses. The phase transition temperature of human lens DHS was 9 o C higher than for bovine brain sphingomyelin membranes and 14 and 7 °C higher than human lens cortical and nuclear membranes, respectively. This increase...
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Ophthalmic Res (1990) 22 (1): 45–50.
Published Online: 10 December 2009
... bovine lenses, ATP and ADP levels of human lenses were highest in the anterior cortex, followed by the posterior cortex and the nucleus (ta­ bles 1,2). In the human lens nucleus, how­ ever, ADP and ATP levels were 3 to 5-fold higher than respective levels in bovine lenses. At 24-48 h postmortem ATP...
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Ophthalmic Res (1991) 23 (3): 133–140.
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...P.Y. Xie; A. Kanai; A. Nakajima; S. Kitahara; A. Ohtsu; K. Fujii Glutathione and its related enzymes were measured for normal and cataractous human lenses. Glutathione decreased progressively with the development of cataracts. This decrease was more pronounced in the nucleus than in the capsule...
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Ophthalmic Res (1988) 20 (4): 232–236.
Published Online: 10 December 2009
... or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Gangliosides Lens Human lens Fatty acids Cataracts Ganglioside analysis 1 08...
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Ophthalmic Res (1989) 21 (5): 374–380.
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... on the following subjects: (1) determination of regional lens water content in humans and animals (rat, pig, bovine); (2) comparison of regional water content in clear and cataractous human lenses, and (3) evaluation of postmortem changes in human lens water. Material and Methods Lenses Before extraction human...
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Ophthalmic Res (1972) 3 (6): 323–359.
Published Online: 09 December 2009
.... 8: 147-156 (1969). H arding, J.J.: Free and protein-bound glutathione in normal and cataractous human lenses. Biochem.J. 117: 957-960 (1970). Harding, J.J.: The nature and origin of the urea-insoluble protein of the human lens. Exp. Eye Res. 12:33-40 (1972). Hess, C.: Pathologie und Therapie des...
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Ophthalmic Res (1972) 4 (4): 193–198.
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... trypsin digestion of the lens protein. The binding capacity 14C-cortisol was decreased by the addition of 8.0 m of urea and restored Lens protein partially by dialysis, suggesting that the binding of cortisol Rat lens to the lens protein is reversible and that thiohydryl groups Human lens and hydrogen...
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Ophthalmic Res (1972) 3 (2): 108–113.
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..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Senile cataract Lens weight Lens water Cataractogenesis Lens growth Lens dry weight Human lens 21 06 1971 15 09 1971 9 12 2009 Ophthal.Rcs. 3: 108-113 (1972) Changes in Weight and in ProteinWater Ratio...
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Ophthalmic Res (1972) 3 (5): 307–310.
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.... There are species differences in conjugation of steroid in the lens. Conjugation in the human lens was found to be more active than that in other animals. Sulphate conjugation of cortisol in the cataractous lens was less than that in a normal human lens, whereas no change was found in glucuronide conjugation...
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Ophthalmic Res (1981) 13 (5): 224–228.
Published Online: 04 December 2009
... reported in vitro lens fluorescence changes which are associated with the aging process. This method will also detect alterations in lenticular fluorescence caused by photosensitized as well as direct ultraviolet radiation damage. Fluorescence Human lens Scheimpflug photography Aging 30 08...
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Ophthalmic Res (1981) 13 (6): 293–301.
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...P. Marlat; P.G. Bracchi; G. Maraini The levels of Na + , K + , Ca ++ , ribonuclease activity, soluble and insoluble proteins have been determined in unselected senile cataractous human lenses and in non-cataractous postmortem lenses. The lenses were classified according to increasing opacification...
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Ophthalmic Res (1982) 14 (5): 361–362.
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.... Ketohexokinase Human lens Short Communication Ophthalmic Res. 1 4 :361-362 (1982) Presence of Ketohexokinase (EC 2.7.1.3) in Human Lenses C. Ohrloff, O. Hockwin1 Institut für experimentelle Ophthalmologie, Abteilung Biochemie des Auges, Universität Bonn, BRD Keywords. Ketohexokinase Human lens Abstract...
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Ophthalmic Res (1983) 15 (3): 136–139.
Published Online: 04 December 2009
... to in the content or advertisements. Human lens Glutathione reductase Fructose diphosphate aldolase Cataract Plasma constituents Blood urea Ophthalmic Res.15: 136-139 (1983) © 1983 S. Karger AG. Basel 0030-3747/8 3 /0 1 53-0136 $2.75/0 Studies of Lens Enzyme Activities in Relation to Cataract Type...
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Ophthalmic Res (1986) 18 (2): 61–67.
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... to in the content or advertisements. Human lens Intumescent cataract Lens proteins Water-soluble Water-insoluble Urea-soluble Urea-insoluble Original Papers Ophthalmic Res. 18: 61-67 (1986) O 1986 S. Karger A G . Basel 0030-3747/86/0182-0061$2.75/0 Lens Proteins in Intumescent Cataract Peter J...
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Ophthalmic Res (1986) 18 (6): 332–337.
Published Online: 04 December 2009
..., in which the specific activity of SOD was higher than in similar cataracts from nondiabetics. 17 02 1986 29 05 1986 4 12 2009 Superoxide dismutase Oxidation Human lens Cataract Inactive enzymes Immunodetection of enzymes © 1986 S. Karger AG, Basel 1986 Copyright / Drug...
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Ophthalmic Res (1982) 14 (6): 450–458.
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... lens Mated pair Leucine accumulation Leucine incorporation Age Eyebank storage Ophthalmic Res. 74:450-458(1982) Leucine Metabolism by Same-Donor Pairs of Human Lenses from Eye Bank Eyes J.F.R.Kuck Emory University, Department of Ophthalmology, Atlanta, Ga., USA Key Words. Human lens Mated...
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Ophthalmic Res (1985) 17 (1): 12–20.
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...S.S. Ahmad; K.C. Tsou; S.I. Ahmad; M. Ataur Rahman The effect of cataractogenesis on the behavior of some enzymes involved in glucose metabolism was examined histochemically both in human lenses and in rat lenses from rats with alloxan-induced diabetes. Several modifications in the currently...