Corneal graft rejection is accompanied by apoptosis of the endothelium and is prevented by gene therapy with bcl-xL.


Corneal transplants normally enjoy a high percentage of survival, mainly because the eye is an immune-privileged site. When allograft failure occurs, it is most commonly due to rejection, an immune-mediated reaction that targets the corneal endothelium. While the exact mechanism by which the endothelium is targeted is still unknown, we postulate that… (More)


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