Immunomicroscopical study of type VI collagen in the trabecular meshwork of normal and glaucomatous eyes.


Cross-strained fiber bundles called long-spacing collagen or curly collagen occur in normal eyes in the trabecular meshwork. It can be seen in the basement membrane of the trabecular lamellae, in the sheath of the elastic-like fibers and underneath the inner wall of Schlemm's canal, where it forms part of the so called plaque material. The amount of this… (More)


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