Characterization of Disulfide-Linked Crystallins Associated With Human Cataractous Lens Membranes

  • Toshio Kodamo
  • Published 2005

Abstract

tion process observed at the ultrastructural level has been described clinically in human corneal nerves, in which the thickening and beading of corneal nerves is a transient phenomenon. Studies of the ocular tissues of armadillos and other animal models at varying intervals following inoculation with M. leprae would thus help to clarify the pathogenesis of ocular infection and throw light on the therapeutic and immune modulation of the ophthalmic complications of leprosy.

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@inproceedings{Kodamo2005CharacterizationOD, title={Characterization of Disulfide-Linked Crystallins Associated With Human Cataractous Lens Membranes}, author={Toshio Kodamo}, year={2005} }