Comparative studies between species that do and do not exhibit the washout effect.

@article{Scott2007ComparativeSB,
  title={Comparative studies between species that do and do not exhibit the washout effect.},
  author={P. Andrew Scott and Darryl R. Overby and Thomas F. Freddo and Haiyan Gong},
  journal={Experimental eye research},
  year={2007},
  volume={84 3},
  pages={435-43}
}
Ocular perfusion studies from all non-human species performed to date consistently demonstrate a perfusion-volume-dependent increase in aqueous outflow facility known as the "washout" effect. However, this "washout" effect does not occur in human eyes. We have recently documented that, in bovine eyes, the washout associated increase in facility correlates with the extent of physical separation between the juxtacanalicular connective tissue (JCT) and the inner wall endothelium lining the aqueous… CONTINUE READING

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