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PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE EYE: A Review of Papers Published During 1954

PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF THE EYE: A Review of Papers Published During 1954 References 1. References *24 and 25. 2. Bárány.*15 Bárány and Wirth.39 3. References 141 and 142. 4. Cf. Reference 142. 5. Cf. Reference 142. 6. Cf. Reference 146. 7. References 149 and 150. 8. References 152 and 153. 9. Cf. Reference 142. 10. See Reference 175. 11. Cf. Reference 176. 12. Cf. References 152 and 153. 13. References 179 and 180. 14. References 182 and 183. 15. Woodin, A. M.: Properties of a Complex of the Mucopolysaccharide and Proteins of the Cornea , Biochem. J. 58:50, 1954. 16. Loeven, W. A., and von Walbeck, K.: Swelling and Transparency of Cornea and Sclera As Compared with a Model System Composed of Pigskin Gelatin and Mucoitin Sulphate , Biochim. et biophys. acta 14:471, 1954.Crossref 17. Meyer, K.: Chemistry of the Ground Substance of Connective Tissue, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 42, 1954. 18. Meyer, K.; Linker, A.; Davidson, E. A., and Weissmann, B.: The Mucopolysaccharides of Bovine Cornea , J. Biol. Chem. 205:611, 1953. 19. Davson, H.: The Hydration of the Cornea , Biochem. J. 59:24, 1954. 20. Potts, A. M.; Goodman, D., and Johnson, L. V.: Nutritional Supply of Corneal Regions in Experimental Animals: III. Further Studies on the Corneal Transport of Inorganic Ions , Am. J. Ophth. 38:174 (July, (Pt. II) ) 1954. 21. Potts, A. M.: Permeability of Corneal Layers As Demonstrated by Tracer Experiments, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 45, 1954. 22. Pau, H.: A Contribution to the Physiology and Pathology of the Cornea , von Graefes Arch. Ophth. 154:579, 1954.Crossref 23. Smelser, G. K., and Chen, D. K.: A Comparative Study of the Structure and Hydration Properties of Corneas Adapted to Air and Aquatic Environments, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 44, 1954. 24. Langham, M.: Glycolysis in the Cornea of the Rabbit , J. Physiol. 126:396, 1954. 25. de Roetth, A., Jr.: Glycolytic Activity of the Cornea , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 45:139, 1951.Crossref 26. Giardini, A., and Gandolfi, A.: Research on Corneal Thickness After Perilimbal Thermal Cauterization or Diathermic Coagulation , Ann. ottal. e clin. ocul. 80:43, 1954. 27. Michaelson, I. C.; Herz, N., and Kertesz, D.: Effect of Increased Oxygen Consumption on New Vessel Growth in the Adult Cornea , Brit. J. Ophth. 38:588, 1954.Crossref 28. Langham, M.: Relation of Corneal Respiration to Hydration and Opacification, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 45, 1954. 29. Cogan, D. G., and Kinsey, V. E.: Criticism of the Deturgescence Theory of Corneal Transparency, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 43, 1954. 30. Woodin, A. M.: Mucopolysaccharide-Protein Interaction in the Cornea, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 43, 1954. 31. Maurice, D. M.: The Physical Basis of Corneal Transparency, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 42, 1954. 32. Teng, C. C., and Katzin, H. M.: The Basement Membrane of Corneal Epithelium: A Preliminary Report , Am. J. Ophth. 36:895, 1953. 33. LaTessa, A. J.; Teng, C. C., and Katzin, H. M.: The Histochemistry of the Basement Membrane of the Cornea , Am. J. Ophth. 38:171, 1954. 34. Alagna, G.: Experimental Researches on Corneal Mucoid: I. Its Behavior in Relation to Age , Arch. ottal. 58:259, 1954. 35. Aurell, G., and Holmgren, H.: On the Metachromatic Staining of the Corneal Tissue and Some Observations on Its Transparency , Acta ophth. 31:1, 1953.Crossref 36. Krwawicz, T.; Seidler-Dymitrowska, M., and Vorbrodt, A.: Determination of Ascorbic Acid in the Fixed Cells of the Cornea to Establish Their Relationship with the Active Mesenchyme , Klin. oczna 24:93, 1954. 37. François, J., and Rabaey, M.: Contribution to the Physico- and Histochemical Study of the Corneal Mucoid, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Paper, p. 106, 1954. 38. Cogan, D. G., and Kuwabara, T.: Fat Formation in the Cornea, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 46, 1954. 39. Cogan, D. G., and Kuwabara, T.: Lipogenesis by Cells of the Cornea , Science 120:321, 1954.Crossref 40. François, J.; Rabaey, M., and Vander-Fine Structure of the Rat Cornea , Am. J. Ophth. 38:40 (July, (Pt. 2) ) 1954. 41. Jakus, M. A.: The Fine Structure of the Cornea, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 41, 1954. 42. François, J.; Rabaey, M., and Vandermeerssche, G.: The Ultrastructure of the Ocular Tissues Examined by Electronic Microscopy: II. The Cornea and Sclera , Ophthalmologica 127: 74, 1954.Crossref 43. Schwarz, W.: Electron Microscope Studies of the Structure of the Human Sclera and Cornea , Ztschr. Zellforsch. u. mikr. Anat. 38:78, 1953.Crossref 44. Marotzke, R.: Electron Microscopic Studies of the Substantia Propria of the Normal Human Ear Drum , Ztschr. wissensch. Mikr. 61:429, 1954. 45. Rouiller, C.; Danon, D., and Ryter, A.: Application of the Electron Microscope to Study of the Cornea , Acta anat. 20:39, 1954.Crossref 46. Thompson, R., and Harrison, V.: Factors Affecting Antibody Production in the Rabbit's Cornea , Fed. Proc. 13:515, 1954. 47. McDonald, J.: Cysteine Protection of the Cornea Against Beta Radiation , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 51:301, 1954.Crossref 48. Blum, J. D.: Experimental Studies on the Penetration into the Anterior Chamber of Isonicotinylhydrazide Under Local Administration, Especially Through Iontophoresis, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts cf Scientific Papers, p. 103, 1954. 49. Wunderly, C., and Cagianut, B.: Free Amino Acids in the Human Aqueous Humour , Brit. J. Ophth. 38:357, 1954.Crossref 50. Wunderly, C.; Steiger, R., and Böhringer, H. R.: Studies on Normal Human Aqueous , Experientia 10:432, 1954.Crossref 51. Esser, H.; Heinzer, F., and Pau, H.: Separation of the Protein Fractions of Human Aqueous by Electrophoresis , von Graefes Arch. Ophth. 155: 11, 1954.Crossref 52. Green, H., and Leopold, I. H.: Investigation of Corticosteroids in the Aqueous Humor of Normal Animal Eyes , Am. J. Ophth. 38:101 (July, (Pt. II) ) 1954. 53. Bárány, E., and Wirth, A.: An Improved Method for Estimating Rate of Flow of Aqueous Humour in Individual Animals , Acta ophth. 32: 99, 1954.Crossref 54. Kinsey, V. 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Bárány, E.: In Vitro Studies of the Resistance to Flow Through the Angle of the Anterior Chamber , Acta Soc. med. upsalien. 59:260, 1953. 61. Bárány, E., and Scotchbrook, S.: Influence of Testicular Hyaluronidase on the Resistance to Flow Through the Angle of the Anterior Chamber , Acta physiol. scandinav. 30:240, 1954.Crossref 62. Purcell, E. F.; Lerner, L. H., and Kinsey, V. E.: Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Humor and Serum of Patients With and Without Cataracts: Physiologic Significance of Relative Concentration , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 51:1, 1954.Crossref 63. Linnér, E.: The Rate of Plasma Flow Through the Ciliary Processes in Senile Cataract Measured by Means of Ascorbic Acid , Acta ophth. 32:213, 1954.Crossref 64. Green, H.; Capper, S. A.; Bocher, C. A., and Leopold, I. H.: Effect of Acetazoleamide (Diamox) on Carbonic Anhydrase Activity in the Anterior Uvea of the Rabbit Eye , A. M. A. Arch. Ophth. 52:758, 1954.Crossref 65. Lepri, G., and Montanari, L.: Action of ACTH on the Corticoid Contents of the Aqueous Humor of First and Second Extraction , Ophthalmologica 127:110, 1954.Crossref 66. Arimura, M.: A Study of Alternative Therapy by ACTH , Acta Soc. ophth. japon. 5:81399, 1954. 67. Lepri, G.: Metabolism of Ascorbic Acid in the Aqueous Humor Under the Influence of Some Hormones: 2. The Action of 17-Hydroxy-2-Dehydrocorticosterone (Cortisone) , Rass. ital. ottal. 23: 346, 1954. 68. Harris, J. E.: Effect of Dibenamine and Certain of Its Congeners on Aqueous Humor Dynamics of the Rabbit: XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 94, 1954. 69. Siliato, F.: Action of Adenosinetriphosphoric Acid (ATP) on the Permeability of the Blood-Aqueous Barrier , Ann. ottal. e clin. ocul. 80:63, 1954. 70. Giardini, A., and Bagolini, B.: Influence of Pentobarbital Sodium (Nembutal) on the Permeability of the Blood-Aqueous Barrier to Flourescein , Ann. ottal. e clin. ocul. 80:25, 1954. 71. Sapuppo, C.: The Eye and Diencephalon: XV. The Reaction of the Blood-Aqueous Barrier to Contralateral Light Stimulation , Riv. oto-neurooftal. 29:182, 1954. 72. Langham, M., and Wybar, K. C.: Fluorophotometric Apparatus for the Objective Determination of Fluorescence in the Anterior Chamber of the Living Eye , Brit. J. Ophth. 38:52, 1954.Crossref 73. Hummelt, K.: Behavior of the Blood-Aqueous Barrier in Rabbits After Intramuscular Injection of Radioactive Penicillin , Klin. Monatsbl. Augenh. 124:154, 1954. 74. Koch, C.: "Dried Drop" of the Primary and Secondary Aqueous of the Rabbit , Ophthalmologica 128:318, 1954.Crossref 75. Dische, Z., and Borenfreund, E.: Composition of the Polysaccharide of the Lens Capsule and Its Topical Distribution , Am. J. Ophth. 38:165 (July, (Pt. II) ) 1954. 76. Glegg, R. E.; Eidinger, D., and Leblond, C. P.: Presence of Carbohydrates Distinct from Acid Mucopolysaccharides in Connective Tissue , Science 120:839, 1954.Crossref 77. Dische, Z., and Ehrlich, G.: The Breakdown of Glucose and Its Phosphoric Esters in the Bovine Lens Capsule , Am. J. Ophth. 39:99, 1955. 78. Dische, Z.: Metabolism of the Lens Capsule, XVII International Congress of Ophthalmology, Abstracts of Scientific Papers, p. 66, 1954. 79. Bairati, A., and Grignolo, A.: Microscopic Structure of the Ox Lens Capsule , Naturwissenschaften 41:263, 1954.Crossref 80. François, J.; Wieme, R.; Rabaey, M., and Neetens, A.: Paper Electrophoresis of the Water-Soluble Proteins of the Lens , Experientia 10:79, 1954.Crossref 81. Gemelotto, G.: Further Researches on the Glucose and Ascorbic Acid Content of the Aqueous Humor and Electrophoretic Researches on the Lens of the Rabbit in Experimental Retinal Degeneration Due to Sodium Iodate , Gior. ital. oftal. 7:75, 1954. 82. 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A.M.A. Archives of Ophthalmology , Volume 54 (4) – Oct 1, 1955

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A.M.A. Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

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