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  • E J NAYLOR
  • 1953
THE importance of the cornea as the major refracting surface of the eye and the peculiar circumstance of its transparency have given rise to investigations since early times. Recent work on the hydration properties of the cornea, for example that of Cogan and Kinsey (1942) and Hart and Chandler (1948), seems to indicate that the problem of transparency will(More)
Noncapsulate Haemophilus influenzae is commonly found in the airways of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), both during stable disease and during exacerbations. Neutrophils are also found in large numbers in sputum from patients with COPD, which also contains released neutrophil products such as elastase. Why H. influenzae colonizes(More)