Adsorption and Removal of Protein Bound to Hydrogel Contact Lenses

@article{Baines1990AdsorptionAR,
  title={Adsorption and Removal of Protein Bound to Hydrogel Contact Lenses},
  author={Malcolm G. Baines and Fu Cai and H A Backman},
  journal={Optometry and Vision Science},
  year={1990},
  volume={67},
  pages={807-810}
}
ABTRACT Tear film proteins are known to adsorb to new hydrogel contact lenses. Using a radioiodine tracing technique, proteins were shown to adsorb to contact lens surfaces. The quantity of protein adsorbed to the contact lenses within 2 to 4 h was 1 to 3 /µg/lens. The degree of protein adsorption varied from lens-to-lens depending in part on the water content of the lens. High water content ionic lenses bound the most protein, whereas lower water content and nonionic lenses bound less protein… Expand
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