Thomas H. Poole

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Protein sulfenic acids are formed by the reaction of biologically relevant reactive oxygen species with protein thiols. Sulfenic acid formation modulates the function of enzymes and transcription factors either directly or through the subsequent formation of protein disulfide bonds. Identifying the site, timing, and conditions of protein sulfenic acid(More)
Tension analysis along the retinal surface demonstrates the advantage of meridional buckles over limbal-parallel buckles. A cylindrical sponge generates tensional forces in the retina along the long axis of the buckle and perpendicular to it. The tension perpendicular to the sponge is positive, and the retina and retinal pigment epithelium stretch in that(More)
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