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Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Res (1982) 14 (3): 215–220.
Published Online: 04 December 2009
.... Radiation cataract Lens Frog Rat Hypophysectomy Hormone action Ophthalmie Res. 14:215-220 (1982) Go/Gi Arrest of Cell Proliferation in the Ocular Lens Prevents Development of Radiation Cataract H. Rothstein, B. V. Worgul, C. Medvedovsky, George R. Merriam, Jr. Fordham University, Department...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Res (1976) 8 (1): 43–54.
Published Online: 03 December 2009
...H. Rothstein; R. Van Buskirk; J. Reddan The experiments reported herein prove that wound-associated hyperplasia of frog lenses is inhibited after hypophysectomy. Proliferation can be restored by replacement therapy with either frog pituitary powder or bovine somatotropin. When this is done...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Res (1977) 9 (5): 276–288.
Published Online: 03 December 2009
...R.G. van Buskirk Hypophysectomy of the adult frog inhibits cell division in the lens epithelium. Hypophysectomy, replacement therapy with hypophysial hormones and needle injury of the lens are used to study cells inG₀ G 1 and M. Cells in G₀ are characterized by a lack of rough endoplasmic reticulum...
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Subject Area:
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Res (1974) 6 (5-6): 346–354.
Published Online: 03 December 2009
... by the pituitary-adrenal-liver axis and that the riboflavin diphosphate may play an important role in the synthesis of cortisol-binding protein in the lenses of rats after hypophysectomy, adrenalectomy or liver impairment induced by CC14 administration. The pathogenesis or clinical features in the initial stage...
Journal Articles
Subject Area:
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmic Res (1978) 10 (2): 114–124.
Published Online: 03 December 2009
...Robert van Buskirk Hypophysectomy of the adult frog totally inhibits injury-related cell division in the lens epithelium. Two transcorneal freezing injuries are used to decrease the cell density in the lens epithelium of both intact and hypophysectomized frogs. In both intact and hypophysectomized...