Effect of apraclonidine on blood-aqueous barrier permeability to plasma protein in man.

Abstract

Effect of a single instillation of 30 microliters 0.5% apraclonidine on the coefficient of protein entry (k(in)), a quantitative index of blood-aqueous barrier permeability, was determined in ten normal volunteers. Before and after administering the drug to one eye and the vehicle to the other eye of a subject, protein concentrations in the anterior chamber… (More)

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