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PHYSIOLOGIC CHEMISTRY OF THE EYE: A Review of Papers Published During 1951

PHYSIOLOGIC CHEMISTRY OF THE EYE: A Review of Papers Published During 1951 References 1. de Berardinis, E.: Research Concerning Succinic Dehydrogenase in Ocular Tissues , Boll. Soc. ital. biol. sper. 27:1336, 1951. 2. Maurice, D. M.: Permeability to Sodium Ions of the Living Rabbit's Cornea , J. Physiol. 112:367, 1951. 3. Cogan, D. G., and Kinsey, V. E.: The Cornea: V. Physiologic Aspects , Arch. Ophth. 28:661, 1942.Crossref 4. Cogan, D. G., and Hirsch, E. O.: The Cornea: VII. Permeability to Weak Electrolytes , Arch. Ophth. 32:276, 1944.Crossref 5. Potts, A. M., and Johnson, L. V.: Nutritional Supply of Corneal Regions in Experimental Animals: I. Supply of Some Inorganic Ions , Am. J. Ophth. 33:405, 1950. 6. Kinsey, V. E.: A Unified Concept of Aqueous Humor Dynamics and the Maintenance of Intraocular Pressure , Arch. Ophth. 44:215, 1950.Crossref 7. Davson, H.: Some Considerations on the Salt Content of Fresh and Old Ox Corneae , Brit. J. Ophth. 33:175, 1949.Crossref 8. Katzin, H. 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Ophth. 45:27, 1951.Crossref 15. de Berardinis, E., and Bonavolontà, G.: Healing Activity of Some Amino Acids on Experimental Corneal Lesions and Their Influence on Corneal Metabolism , Gior. ital. oftal. 4:86, 1951 16. abstracted, Ophth. Lit. 5:390, 1951. 17. Marr, W. G.; Wood, R., and Storck, M.: Effect of Some Agents on Regeneration of Corneal Epithelium , Am. J. Ophth. 34:609, 1951. 18. Newell, F. W., and Dixon, J. M.: Effect of Subconjunctival Cortisone upon the Immediate Union of Experimental Corneal Grafts , Am. J. Ophth. 34:977, 1951. 19. deRoetth, A., Jr.: Glycolytic Activity of the Cornea , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 45:139, 1951.Crossref 20. Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F. H.: Further Experiments on Corneal Metabolism in Respect to Glucose and Lactic Acid , Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 82:260, 1948. 21. Langham, M.: Respiration of the Cornea , J. 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PHYSIOLOGIC CHEMISTRY OF THE EYE: A Review of Papers Published During 1951

A.M.A. Archives of Ophthalmology , Volume 48 (4) – Oct 1, 1952

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References 1. de Berardinis, E.: Research Concerning Succinic Dehydrogenase in Ocular Tissues , Boll. Soc. ital. biol. sper. 27:1336, 1951. 2. Maurice, D. M.: Permeability to Sodium Ions of the Living Rabbit's Cornea , J. Physiol. 112:367, 1951. 3. Cogan, D. G., and Kinsey, V. E.: The Cornea: V. Physiologic Aspects , Arch. Ophth. 28:661, 1942.Crossref 4. Cogan, D. G., and Hirsch, E. O.: The Cornea: VII. Permeability to Weak Electrolytes , Arch. Ophth. 32:276, 1944.Crossref 5. Potts, A. M., and Johnson, L. V.: Nutritional Supply of Corneal Regions in Experimental Animals: I. Supply of Some Inorganic Ions , Am. J. Ophth. 33:405, 1950. 6. Kinsey, V. E.: A Unified Concept of Aqueous Humor Dynamics and the Maintenance of Intraocular Pressure , Arch. Ophth. 44:215, 1950.Crossref 7. Davson, H.: Some Considerations on the Salt Content of Fresh and Old Ox Corneae , Brit. J. Ophth. 33:175, 1949.Crossref 8. Katzin, H. M.: A Study of the Electrical Resistance Properties of Corneal Epithelium , Am. J. Ophth. 34:1159, 1951. 9. Maurice, D. M., and Giardini, A. A.: Swelling of the Cornea in Vivo After the Destruction of Its Limiting Layers , Brit. J. Ophth. 35:791, 1951.Crossref 10. van Walbeek, K., and Neumann, H.: Studies of Corneal Transparency Under Various Experimental Conditions , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 46:482, 1951.Crossref 11. Kinsey, V. E., and Cogan, D. G.: The Cornea: III. Hydration Properties of Excised Corneal Pieces , Arch. Ophth. 28:272, 1942.Crossref 12. Winkelman, J. E.: Difference Between Corneal and Scleral Connective Tissue , Ophthalmologica 122:107, 1951. 13. Buschke, W.: Studies on Experimental Corneal Storage: Bibliographic Survey; Observations on Water Uptake in Corneal Stroma Cells , Am. J. Ophth. 34:153 (May, (Pt. 2) ) 1951. 14. Buschke, W.; Howard, A., and Siegel, L.: Nitrogen Fractions as Criterion of Preservation of Corneal Tissue , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 45:27, 1951.Crossref 15. de Berardinis, E., and Bonavolontà, G.: Healing Activity of Some Amino Acids on Experimental Corneal Lesions and Their Influence on Corneal Metabolism , Gior. ital. oftal. 4:86, 1951 16. abstracted, Ophth. Lit. 5:390, 1951. 17. Marr, W. G.; Wood, R., and Storck, M.: Effect of Some Agents on Regeneration of Corneal Epithelium , Am. J. Ophth. 34:609, 1951. 18. Newell, F. W., and Dixon, J. M.: Effect of Subconjunctival Cortisone upon the Immediate Union of Experimental Corneal Grafts , Am. J. Ophth. 34:977, 1951. 19. deRoetth, A., Jr.: Glycolytic Activity of the Cornea , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 45:139, 1951.Crossref 20. Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F. H.: Further Experiments on Corneal Metabolism in Respect to Glucose and Lactic Acid , Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 82:260, 1948. 21. Langham, M.: Respiration of the Cornea , J. Physiol. 115:65, 1951. 22. de Vincentiis, M., and Auricchio, G.: Metabolism of the Cornea and Lens During Embryonal Life , Rass. ital. ottal. 20:69, 1951 23. abstracted, Am. J. Ophth. 34:1772, 1951. 24. Cogan, D. G.: Applied Anatomy and Physiology of the Cornea , Tr. Am. Acad. Ophth. 55:329, 1951. 25. Kinsey, V. E.: Chemical Composition and Osmotic Pressure of the Aqueous Humor and Plasma of the Rabbit , J. Gen. Physiol. 34:389, 1951.Crossref 26. Kinsey, V. E.: Physiologic Chemistry of the Eye: A Review of Papers Published During 1950 , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 46:441, 1951.Crossref 27. Grant, W. M.: Clinical Measurements of Aqueous Outflow , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 46:113, 1951.Crossref 28. Goldmann, H.: Outflow Pressure, Minute Volume, and Resistance of Aqueous Flow in Man , Docum. ophth. 5:278, 1951.Crossref 29. Bárány, E., and Kinsey, V. E.: Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humor: I. Rate of Disappearance of Para-Aminohippuric Acid, Radioactive Rayopake, and Radioactive Diodrast from the Aqueous Humor of Rabbits , Am. J. Ophth. 32:177 (June, (Pt. 2) ) 1949. 30. Bárány, E.: Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humor in the Chicken , Acta physiol. scandinav. 22:340, 1951.Crossref 31. Bárány, E.: Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humor in Normal and Scorbutic Guinea Pigs , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 46:326, 1951.Crossref 32. Friedenwald, J. S., and Stiehler, R. D.: Circulation of the Aqueous: A Mechanism of Secretion of the Intraocular Fluid , Arch. Ophth. 20:761, 1938.Crossref 33. Becker, B.; Linné, E., and Bárány, E.: Rate of Turnover of Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Humor in Rabbits , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 45:653, 1951.Crossref 34. Kinsey, V. E., and Bárány, E.: Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humor: II. Derivation of Rate of Flow and Its Physiologic Significance , Am. J. Ophth. 32:189 (June, (Pt. 2) ) 1949. 35. Harris, J. E., and Gehrsitz, L. B.: The Aqueous: Plasma Steady State Ratios; Their Variation and Significance , Am. J. Ophth. 34:113 (May, (Pt. 2) ) 1951. 36. Langham, M.: Secretion and Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humour in the Cat , Brit. J. Ophth. 35:409, 1951.Crossref 37. Kinsey, V. E., and Grant, W. M.: (a) Mechanism of Aqueous Humor Formation Inferred from Chemical Studies on Blood-Aqueous Humor Dynamics , J. Gen. Physiol. 26:131, 1942Crossref 38. (b) Secretion-Diffusion Theory of Intra-Ocular Fluid Dynamics , Brit. J. Ophth. 28:355, 1944.Crossref 39. Duke-Elder, S., and Davson, H.: Significance of Distribution Ratio of Non-Electrolytes Between Plasma and the Intra-Ocular Fluid , Brit. J. Ophth. 27:431, 1943.Crossref 40. Kinsey and Bárány,32 Kinsey and Grant.35a 41. Ross, E. J.: Transfer of Non-Electrolytes Across the Blood-Aqueous Barrier , J. Physiol. 112:229, 1951. 42. Langham, M.: Factors Affecting the Penetration of Antibiotics into the Aqueous Humour , Brit. J. Ophth. 35:614, 1951.Crossref 43. Davson, H.: The Penetration of Some Sulphonamides into the Intra-Ocular Fluids of the Cat and Rabbit , J. Physiol. 110:416, 1950. 44. von Sallmann, L.; Dische, Z.; Ehrlich, G., and Munoz, C. M.: Study on Penetration of Cysteine and Cystine into the Aqueous Humor of Rabbits and Its Relation to Early X-Irradiation Effects on the Eye , Am. J. Ophth. 34:95 (May, (Pt. 2) ) 1951. 45. Palm, E.: Passage of Radioactive Sodium from the Blood to the Ciliary Body and the Aqueous Humor , Acta ophth. 29:269, 1951.Crossref 46. Morpurgo, F.: Hyaluronidase and Hemato-Ophthalmic Permeability , Ann. ottal. e clin. ocul. 77:425, 1951 47. abstracted, Am. J. Ophth. 35:604, 1952. 48. Cook, C., and MacDonald, R. K.: Effects of Cortisone on the Permeability of the BloodAqueous Barrier to Fluorescein , Brit. J. Ophth. 35:730, 1951.Crossref 49. 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A.M.A. Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

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