Glutathione in the Blood in Senile Cataract and Other Ocular Conditions.

Abstract

IT is well known that the human lens is rich in glutathione and that this substance disappears totally from the lens in senile cataract. Glutathione is remarkable in being the most labile sulphur-containing substance in the body. It is, as we know, closely associated with tissue respiration, which assumes special importance in a non-vascular tissue such as… (More)

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@article{Campbell1936GlutathioneIT, title={Glutathione in the Blood in Senile Cataract and Other Ocular Conditions.}, author={Dace A. Campbell}, journal={The British journal of ophthalmology}, year={1936}, volume={20 1}, pages={33-8} }