Craig D Hobson

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Corneal disease is the most common cause of bilateral blindness in the world. Visual loss in this condition is often due to changes in morphology and function of the corneal epithelial surface. Corneal disease-1 (corn1) and corn1(2J) are spontaneous mouse mutants that develop irregular thickening of the corneal epithelium, similar to that observed in human(More)
We describe a child with circulating anti-epithelial cell antibodies, autoimmune enteropathy with intestinal villous atrophy, and membranous glomerulonephritis. The patient had persistent diarrhea at 6 months of age, and a small bowel biopsy showed active enteritis, villous atrophy, and crypt hyperplasia. When the patient was, 10 months of age, nephrotic(More)
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