• Chemistry
  • Published 1990

The Effect of Oxygen on Corneol Neovascularization

@inproceedings{Culton1990TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Oxygen on Corneol Neovascularization},
  author={Mark Culton and David B. Chandler and Alan D. Proia and Dyson Hickingborham and Gordon K. Klinrworrh},
  year={1990}
}
Since tissue oxygen levels are believed to play a pivotal role in new vessel growth in several situations, we studied the effect of several oxygen concentrations (0,10, 21,50, 75, or 100%) on corneal vascularization induced in the rat by chemical cautery. We achieved this by perfusing known concentrations of oxygen through goggles fitted over both eyes of the rat after corneal cauterization. Neovascularization was measured in flat corneal preparations with India ink-filled vessels 4 days… CONTINUE READING

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