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Selected Topics in Ophthalmic Biochemistry

Selected Topics in Ophthalmic Biochemistry References 1. 3-chloro-10[2-N(methyl piperidyl)ethyl] phenothiazine. 2. Hopkins, F. G.: On Autoxidizable Constituent of Cell , Biochem J 15:286-305, 1921. 3. Goldschmidt, M.: Die Autoxydation der normalen und pathologischen Lense , Arch Ophthal (Berlin) 113:160-185, 1924.Crossref 4. Kinoshita, J. H., and Masurat, T.: Studies on Glutathione in Bovine Lens , AMA Arch Ophthal 57:266-274, 1957.Crossref 5. Calam, D. H.: Some New Compounds in Lens , Exp Eye Res 1:436-442, 1962.Crossref 6. Kinsey, V. E., and Merriam, F. C.: Studies on Crystalline Lens: II. Synthesis of Glutathione in Normal and Cataractous Rabbit Lens , Arch Ophthal 44:370-380, 1950.Crossref 7. McMillan, P. J.; Ryerson, S. J.; and Mortenson, R. A.: Metabolism of Lens Glutathione Studied With C 14 Glycine , Arch Biochem 81:119-123, 1959.Crossref 8. Cliffe, E. E., and Waley, S. G.: Biosynthesis of Ophthalmic Acid , Biochem J 69:649-655, 1958. 9. Waley, S. G.: Acidic Peptides of Lens , Biochem J 64:715-726, 1956. 10. Spector, A.: Lens Aminopeptidase: I. Purification and Properties , J Biol Chem 238:1353-1357, 1963. 11. Kinoshita, J. H.; Kern, H.; and Merola, L. O.: Factors Affecting Cation Transport of Calf Lens , Biochim Biophys Acta 47:458-466, 1961.Crossref 12. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Distribution of Glutathione and Protein Sulfhydryl Groups in Calf and Cattle Lenses , Amer J Ophthal 46: 36-42 ( (pt 2) ) 1958. 13. Kinsey, V. E.: Dehydroascorbic Acid - Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Humor of Rabbits , Amer J Ophthal 33:257-268, 1950. 14. Carpenter, R. L.: Experimental Study of Biological Effects of Microwave Radiation in Relation to Eye, Technical Note of Rome Air Development Center RADC-TDR-62-131, Feb 28, 1962. 15. Pirie, A.; van Heyningen, R.; and Boag, J. W.: Changes in Lens During Formation of X-Ray Cataract in Rabbits , Biochem J 54:682-688, 1953. 16. Langham, M. E., and Heald, K.: Factors Affecting Concentration of Ascorbic Acid in Crystalline Lens of Cattle and Rabbits , Biochem J 63:52-56, 1956. 17. Gloster, J.: Reaction Between Dehydroascorbic Acid and Dialyzed Lens Extract in Vitro , Brit J Ophthal 50:536-544, 1956.Crossref 18. van Heyningen, R., and Pirie, A.: Reduction of Glutathione Coupled With Oxidative Decarboxylation of Malate , Biochem J 53:436-444, 1953. 19. Nickerson, W. J., and Falcone, G.: Enzymatic Reduction of Disulfide Bonds in Cell Wall Proteins of Baker's Yeast , Science 124:318-319, 1956.Crossref 20. Pihl, A.; Eldjarn, L.; and Bremer, J.: On Mode of Action of X-Ray Protective Agents: III. Enzymatic Reduction of Disulfides , J Biol Chem 227:339-345, 1957. 21. Kinoshita, J. H.: Carbohydrate Metabolism of Lens , AMA Arch Ophthal 54:360-368, 1955.Crossref 22. Black, S.: Biochemistry of Sulfur-Containing Compounds , Ann Rev Biochem 32:399-418, 1963.Crossref 23. Bjork, I.: Studies on γ-Crystallin From Calf Lens: I. Isolation by Gel Filtration , Exp Eye Res 1:145-154, 1961.Crossref 24. Dische, Z.; Borenfreund, E.; and Zelmenis, G.: Changes in Lens Proteins of Rats During Aging , AMA Arch Ophthal 55:471-483, 1956.Crossref 25. Adams, D. R.: Review of Literature on Crystalline Lens , Brit J Ophthal 9:281-299, 1925.Crossref 26. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Reactivity of Sulfhydryl Groups in Bovine Lenses , Arch Biochem 81:395-403, 1959.Crossref 27. Testa, M.; Bocci, N.; and Daniele, S.: Influence of Vitreous Body on Lens Proteins , Exp Eye Res 2:353-361, 1963.Crossref 28. Hockwald, R. S., et al: Toxicity of Primaquine in Negroes , JAMA 149:1568-1570, 1952.Crossref 29. Beutler, E., et al: Hemolytic Effect of Primaquine , J Lab Clin Med 45:286-292, 1955. 30. Carson, P. E., et al: Enzymatic Deficiency in Primaquine-Sensitive Erythrocytes , Science 124: 484-485, 1956.Crossref 31. Marks, P. A., and Gross, R. T.: Erythrocyte Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency: Evidence of Differences Between Negroes and Caucasians With Respect to This Genetically Determined Trait , J Clin Invest 38:2253-2262, 1959.Crossref 32. Zinkham, W. H.; Lenhard, R. E.; and Childs, B.: Deficiency of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Activity in Erythrocytes From Patients With Favaism , Bull Hopkins Hosp 102:169-171, 1958. 33. Zinkham, W. H., and Childs, B.: Effect of Naptholene Derivatives on Glutathione Metabolism of Erythrocytes From Patients With Naphthalene Hemolytic Anemia , J Clin Invest 36: 938-940, 1957. 34. Beutler, E.; Robson, M.; and Buttenwieser, E.: Glutathione Instability of Drug-Sensitive Red Cells, New Method for in Vitro Detection of Drug Sensitivity , J Lab Clin Med 48:84-95, 1957. 35. Beutler, E.; Robson, M.; and Buttenwieser, E.: Mechanism of Glutathione Destruction and Protection in Drug-Sensitive and Non-Sensitive Erythrocytes: In Vitro Studies , J Clin Med 36: 617-628, 1957. 36. Allen, D. W., and Jandl, J. H.: Oxidative Hemolysis and Precipitation of Hemoglobin: II. Role of Thiols in Oxidant Drug Action , J Clin Invest 40:454-475, 1961.Crossref 37. Szeinberg, A., and Marks, P. A.: Substances Stimulating Glucose Catabolism by Oxidative Reactions of Pentose Phosphate Pathway in Human Erythrocytes , J Clin Invest 40:914-924, 1961.Crossref 38. Brin, M., and Yonemoto, R. H.: Stimulation of Glucose Oxidative Pathway in Human Erythrocytes by Methylene Blue , J Biol Chem 230:307-317, 1958. 39. Kinoshita, J. H., and Wachtl, C.: A Study of C14 Glucose Metabolism of Rabbit Lens , J Biol Chem 233:5-10, 1958. 40. Korc, I.: Biochemical Studies on Cataracts in Galactose-Fed Rats , Arch Biochem 94:196-201, 1961.Crossref 41. Kinoshita, J. H., et al: Factors Affecting Formation of Sugar Alcohol in Ocular Lens , Biochin Biophys Acta 74:340-350, 1963.Crossref 42. Sippel, T.: Read before the Ninth Conference on Ophthalmic Biochemistry, Dedham, Mass, Feb 22, 1964. 43. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Hydration of Lens During Galactose Cataract, Invest Ophthal, to be published. 44. Weed, R.; Eber, J.; and Rothstein, A.: Effects of Primaquine and Other Related Compounds on Red Blood Cell Membrane , J Clin Invest 40:130-139, 1961.Crossref 45. Zinkham, L. H.: Enzyme Studies on Lenses From Persons With Primaquine-Sensitive Erythrocytes , Amer J Dis Child 100:525-526, 1960. 46. Berlow, S.: Personal communication to the author. 47. Bellows, J. G.: Cataract and Anomalies of Lens , St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Company, 1944, p 359. 48. Ames, A., and Gurian, B. S.: Measurement of Function in in Vitro Preparation of Mammalian Central Nervous Tissue , J Neurophysiol 23:676-691, 1960. 49. Ames, A., and Gurian, B. S.: Effects of Glucose and Oxygen Deprivation on Function of Isolated Mammalian Retina , J Neurophysiol 26: 617-634, 1963. 50. Krebs, H. A.; Eggleston, L. V.; and Hems, R.: Distribution of Glutamine and Glutamic Acid in Animal Tissues , Biochem J 44:159-163, 1949. 51. Ames, A., III, and Hastings, A. B.: Studies on Water and Electrolytes in Nervous Tissues: I. Rabbit Retina: Methods and Interpretation of Data , J Neurophysiol 19:201-212, 1956. 52. Ames, A., III: Studies on Water and Electrolytes in Nervous Tissue: II. Effect of Glutamate and Glutamic , J Neurophysiol 19:213-223, 1956. 53. Noell, W. K.: Cellular Physiology of Retina , J Opt Soc Amer 53:36-48, 1963.Crossref 54. Kuwabara, T., et al: Dehydrogenases in Retina and Müller's Fibers , J Histochem Cytochem 7:67-68, 1959.Crossref 55. Cogan, D. G., and Kuwabara, T.: Retinal Dehydrogenases , Trans Amer Ophthal Soc 57: 153-157, 1959. 56. Fine, B. S., and Zimmerman, L. E.: Müller's Cells and "Middle Limiting Membrane" of Human Retina: Electron Microscope Study , Invest Ophthal 1:304-326, 1962. 57. Cogan, D. G.: Retinal Architecture and Pathophysiology: Sanford R. Gifford Lecture , Amer J Ophthal 54:347-363, 1962. 58. Kuwabara, T.: Personal communication to the author. 59. Shimizu, N., and Kumamoto, T.: Lead-Tetracetate-Schiff Method for Polysaccharides in Tissue Sections , Stain Techn 27:97-106, 1952. 60. Shimizu, N., and Maeda, S.: Histochemical Studies of Glycogen in Retina , Anat Rec 116: 427-437, 1953.Crossref 61. Kuwabara, T., and Cogan, D. G.: Glycogen in Retina , Ann Histochim 8:223-228, 1963. 62. Kurimoto, S., and Newell, F. W.: Localization of Phosphorylase in Alloxan-Diabetic Rat Retina , Invest Ophthal 2:24-36, 1963. 63. Lucas, D. R.: In Vitro Maintenance of Mature Guinea-Pig Retina , Vision Res 2:35-41, 1962.Crossref 64. Leloir, L. F., and Goldenberg, S. H.: Synthesis of Glycogen From Uridine Diphosphate Glucose in Liver , J Biol Chem 235:919-926, 1960. 65. Stetten, D., Jr., and Stetten, M.: Glycogen Metabolism , Physiol Rev 40:505-537, 1960. 66. Hutchinson, B. T., and Kuwabara, T.: Phosphorylase and Uridine Diphosphoglucose Glycogen Synthetase in Retina , Arch Ophthal 68:538-545, 1962.Crossref 67. Cogan, D. G.; Toussaint, D.; and Kuwabara, T.: Retinal Vascular Patterns: IV. Diabetic Retinopathy , Arch Ophthal 66:366-378, 1961.Crossref 68. Cohen, L. H., and Noell, W. K.: Glucose Catabolism of Rabbit Retina Before and After Development of Visual Function , J Neurochem 5:253-276, 1960.Crossref 69. Reading, H. W.: Metabolism of Endogenous Substrate in Retina , Nature (London) 199:817-818, 1963.Crossref 70. Futterman, S., and Kinoshita, J. H.: Metabolism of Retina: I. Respiration of Cattle Retina , J Biol Chem 234:723-726, 1959. 71. Graymore, A. N.; Tansley, K.; and Kerly, M.: Metabolism of Developing Retina: 2. Effect of Inherited Retinal Degeneration on Development of Glycolysis in Rat Retina , Biochem J 72:459-461, 1959. 72. Reading, H. W., and Sorsby, A.: Metabolism of Dystrophic Retina: 1. Comparative Studies on Glucose Metabolism of One Developing Rat Retina, Normal and Dystrophic , Vision Res 2:315-325, 1962.Crossref 73. Kinoshita, J. H.: Annual Review: Selected Topics in Ophthalmic Biochemistry , Arch Ophthal 70:558-573, 1963.Crossref 74. Dowling, J. E., and Sidman, R. L.: Inherited Retinal Dystrophy in Rat , J Cell Biol 15:73-109, 1962.Crossref 75. Cogan, D. G.: Symposium: Primary Chorioretinal Aberrations With Night Blindness , Trans Amer Acad Ophthal Otolaryng 54:629-661, 1950. 76. Campbell, D. A., and Tonks, E. L.: Biochemical Findings in Human Retinitis Pigmentosa With Particular Reference to Vitamin A Deficiency , Brit J Ophthal 46:151-164, 1962.Crossref 77. Bassen, F. E., and Kornzweig, A. L.: Malformations of Erythrocytes in Case of Atypical Retinitis Pigmentosa , Blood 5:381-387, 1950. 78. Kornzweig, A. L., and Bassen, F. A.: Retinitis Pigmentosa, Acanthrocytosis and Heredodegenerative Neuromuscular Disease , AMA Arch Ophthal 58:183-187, 1957.Crossref 79. Salt H. B., et al: On Having No Beta-Lipoprotein, Syndrome Comprising a-Beta-Lipoproteinaemia, Acanthrocytosis, and Steatorrhea , Lancet 2:325-329, 1960.Crossref 80. Rodbell, M.; Fredrickson, D. S.; and Ono, K.: Metabolism of Chylomicron-Proteins in Dog , J Biol Chem 234:567-571, 1959. 81. Isselbacher, K. J., and Budz, D. M.: Synthesis of Lipoprotein by Rat Intestinal Mucosa , Nature (London) 200:364-365, 1963.Crossref 82. Gilger, A. P., and Potts, A. M.: Studies on Visual Toxicity of Methanol: V. Role of Acidosis in Experimental Methanol Poisoning , Amer J Ophthal 39:63-86, 1955. 83. Cooper, J. R., and Kini, M. M.: Biochemical Aspects of Methanol Poisoning, editorial , Biochem Pharmacol 11:405-416, 1952.Crossref 84. Potts, A. M., and Johnson, L. V.: Studies on Visual Toxicity of Methanol: I. Effect of Methanol and Its Degradation Products on Retinal Metabolism , Amer J Ophthal 35:107-113, 1952. 85. Kinoshita, J. H., and Masurat, T.: Effect of Glutathione on Formaldehyde Oxidation in Retina , Amer J Ophthal 46:42-46, 1958. 86. Potts, A. M.: Retinotoxic and Choroidotoxic Substances: Jonas S. Friedenwald Memorial Lecture , Invest Ophthal 1:290-303, 1962. 87. Adams, S. T.: Annual Review: Retina and Optic Nerve , Arch Ophthal 69:642-673, 1963.Crossref 88. Potts, A. M.: Concentration of Phenothiazines in Eye of Experimental Animals , Invest Ophthal 1:522-570, 1962. 89. Bernstein, H., et al: Ocular Deposit of Chloroquine , Invest Ophthal 2:384-392, 1963. 90. Rubin, M.; Bernstein, H. N.; and Zvaifler, N. J.: Studies on Pharmacology of Chloroquine: Recommendations for Treatment of Chloroquine Retinopathy , Arch Ophthal 70:474-481, 1963.Crossref 91. Henkind, P.; Carr, R. E.; and Siegel, I. M.: Early Chloroquine Retinopathy: Clinical and Functional Findings , Arch Ophthal 71:157-165, 1964.Crossref 92. Hobbs, H. E.; Eadie, S. P.; and Somerville, F.: Ocular Lesions After Treatment With Chloroquine , Brit J Ophthal 45:284-297, 1961.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Ophthalmology American Medical Association

Selected Topics in Ophthalmic Biochemistry

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References 1. 3-chloro-10[2-N(methyl piperidyl)ethyl] phenothiazine. 2. Hopkins, F. G.: On Autoxidizable Constituent of Cell , Biochem J 15:286-305, 1921. 3. Goldschmidt, M.: Die Autoxydation der normalen und pathologischen Lense , Arch Ophthal (Berlin) 113:160-185, 1924.Crossref 4. Kinoshita, J. H., and Masurat, T.: Studies on Glutathione in Bovine Lens , AMA Arch Ophthal 57:266-274, 1957.Crossref 5. Calam, D. H.: Some New Compounds in Lens , Exp Eye Res 1:436-442, 1962.Crossref 6. Kinsey, V. E., and Merriam, F. C.: Studies on Crystalline Lens: II. Synthesis of Glutathione in Normal and Cataractous Rabbit Lens , Arch Ophthal 44:370-380, 1950.Crossref 7. McMillan, P. J.; Ryerson, S. J.; and Mortenson, R. A.: Metabolism of Lens Glutathione Studied With C 14 Glycine , Arch Biochem 81:119-123, 1959.Crossref 8. Cliffe, E. E., and Waley, S. G.: Biosynthesis of Ophthalmic Acid , Biochem J 69:649-655, 1958. 9. Waley, S. G.: Acidic Peptides of Lens , Biochem J 64:715-726, 1956. 10. Spector, A.: Lens Aminopeptidase: I. Purification and Properties , J Biol Chem 238:1353-1357, 1963. 11. Kinoshita, J. H.; Kern, H.; and Merola, L. O.: Factors Affecting Cation Transport of Calf Lens , Biochim Biophys Acta 47:458-466, 1961.Crossref 12. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Distribution of Glutathione and Protein Sulfhydryl Groups in Calf and Cattle Lenses , Amer J Ophthal 46: 36-42 ( (pt 2) ) 1958. 13. Kinsey, V. E.: Dehydroascorbic Acid - Ascorbic Acid in Aqueous Humor of Rabbits , Amer J Ophthal 33:257-268, 1950. 14. Carpenter, R. L.: Experimental Study of Biological Effects of Microwave Radiation in Relation to Eye, Technical Note of Rome Air Development Center RADC-TDR-62-131, Feb 28, 1962. 15. Pirie, A.; van Heyningen, R.; and Boag, J. W.: Changes in Lens During Formation of X-Ray Cataract in Rabbits , Biochem J 54:682-688, 1953. 16. Langham, M. E., and Heald, K.: Factors Affecting Concentration of Ascorbic Acid in Crystalline Lens of Cattle and Rabbits , Biochem J 63:52-56, 1956. 17. Gloster, J.: Reaction Between Dehydroascorbic Acid and Dialyzed Lens Extract in Vitro , Brit J Ophthal 50:536-544, 1956.Crossref 18. van Heyningen, R., and Pirie, A.: Reduction of Glutathione Coupled With Oxidative Decarboxylation of Malate , Biochem J 53:436-444, 1953. 19. Nickerson, W. J., and Falcone, G.: Enzymatic Reduction of Disulfide Bonds in Cell Wall Proteins of Baker's Yeast , Science 124:318-319, 1956.Crossref 20. Pihl, A.; Eldjarn, L.; and Bremer, J.: On Mode of Action of X-Ray Protective Agents: III. Enzymatic Reduction of Disulfides , J Biol Chem 227:339-345, 1957. 21. Kinoshita, J. H.: Carbohydrate Metabolism of Lens , AMA Arch Ophthal 54:360-368, 1955.Crossref 22. Black, S.: Biochemistry of Sulfur-Containing Compounds , Ann Rev Biochem 32:399-418, 1963.Crossref 23. Bjork, I.: Studies on γ-Crystallin From Calf Lens: I. Isolation by Gel Filtration , Exp Eye Res 1:145-154, 1961.Crossref 24. Dische, Z.; Borenfreund, E.; and Zelmenis, G.: Changes in Lens Proteins of Rats During Aging , AMA Arch Ophthal 55:471-483, 1956.Crossref 25. Adams, D. R.: Review of Literature on Crystalline Lens , Brit J Ophthal 9:281-299, 1925.Crossref 26. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Reactivity of Sulfhydryl Groups in Bovine Lenses , Arch Biochem 81:395-403, 1959.Crossref 27. Testa, M.; Bocci, N.; and Daniele, S.: Influence of Vitreous Body on Lens Proteins , Exp Eye Res 2:353-361, 1963.Crossref 28. Hockwald, R. S., et al: Toxicity of Primaquine in Negroes , JAMA 149:1568-1570, 1952.Crossref 29. Beutler, E., et al: Hemolytic Effect of Primaquine , J Lab Clin Med 45:286-292, 1955. 30. Carson, P. E., et al: Enzymatic Deficiency in Primaquine-Sensitive Erythrocytes , Science 124: 484-485, 1956.Crossref 31. Marks, P. A., and Gross, R. T.: Erythrocyte Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency: Evidence of Differences Between Negroes and Caucasians With Respect to This Genetically Determined Trait , J Clin Invest 38:2253-2262, 1959.Crossref 32. Zinkham, W. H.; Lenhard, R. E.; and Childs, B.: Deficiency of Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Activity in Erythrocytes From Patients With Favaism , Bull Hopkins Hosp 102:169-171, 1958. 33. Zinkham, W. H., and Childs, B.: Effect of Naptholene Derivatives on Glutathione Metabolism of Erythrocytes From Patients With Naphthalene Hemolytic Anemia , J Clin Invest 36: 938-940, 1957. 34. Beutler, E.; Robson, M.; and Buttenwieser, E.: Glutathione Instability of Drug-Sensitive Red Cells, New Method for in Vitro Detection of Drug Sensitivity , J Lab Clin Med 48:84-95, 1957. 35. Beutler, E.; Robson, M.; and Buttenwieser, E.: Mechanism of Glutathione Destruction and Protection in Drug-Sensitive and Non-Sensitive Erythrocytes: In Vitro Studies , J Clin Med 36: 617-628, 1957. 36. Allen, D. W., and Jandl, J. H.: Oxidative Hemolysis and Precipitation of Hemoglobin: II. Role of Thiols in Oxidant Drug Action , J Clin Invest 40:454-475, 1961.Crossref 37. Szeinberg, A., and Marks, P. A.: Substances Stimulating Glucose Catabolism by Oxidative Reactions of Pentose Phosphate Pathway in Human Erythrocytes , J Clin Invest 40:914-924, 1961.Crossref 38. Brin, M., and Yonemoto, R. H.: Stimulation of Glucose Oxidative Pathway in Human Erythrocytes by Methylene Blue , J Biol Chem 230:307-317, 1958. 39. Kinoshita, J. H., and Wachtl, C.: A Study of C14 Glucose Metabolism of Rabbit Lens , J Biol Chem 233:5-10, 1958. 40. Korc, I.: Biochemical Studies on Cataracts in Galactose-Fed Rats , Arch Biochem 94:196-201, 1961.Crossref 41. Kinoshita, J. H., et al: Factors Affecting Formation of Sugar Alcohol in Ocular Lens , Biochin Biophys Acta 74:340-350, 1963.Crossref 42. Sippel, T.: Read before the Ninth Conference on Ophthalmic Biochemistry, Dedham, Mass, Feb 22, 1964. 43. Kinoshita, J. H., and Merola, L. O.: Hydration of Lens During Galactose Cataract, Invest Ophthal, to be published. 44. Weed, R.; Eber, J.; and Rothstein, A.: Effects of Primaquine and Other Related Compounds on Red Blood Cell Membrane , J Clin Invest 40:130-139, 1961.Crossref 45. Zinkham, L. H.: Enzyme Studies on Lenses From Persons With Primaquine-Sensitive Erythrocytes , Amer J Dis Child 100:525-526, 1960. 46. Berlow, S.: Personal communication to the author. 47. Bellows, J. G.: Cataract and Anomalies of Lens , St. Louis: The C. V. Mosby Company, 1944, p 359. 48. Ames, A., and Gurian, B. S.: Measurement of Function in in Vitro Preparation of Mammalian Central Nervous Tissue , J Neurophysiol 23:676-691, 1960. 49. Ames, A., and Gurian, B. S.: Effects of Glucose and Oxygen Deprivation on Function of Isolated Mammalian Retina , J Neurophysiol 26: 617-634, 1963. 50. Krebs, H. A.; Eggleston, L. V.; and Hems, R.: Distribution of Glutamine and Glutamic Acid in Animal Tissues , Biochem J 44:159-163, 1949. 51. Ames, A., III, and Hastings, A. B.: Studies on Water and Electrolytes in Nervous Tissues: I. Rabbit Retina: Methods and Interpretation of Data , J Neurophysiol 19:201-212, 1956. 52. Ames, A., III: Studies on Water and Electrolytes in Nervous Tissue: II. Effect of Glutamate and Glutamic , J Neurophysiol 19:213-223, 1956. 53. Noell, W. K.: Cellular Physiology of Retina , J Opt Soc Amer 53:36-48, 1963.Crossref 54. Kuwabara, T., et al: Dehydrogenases in Retina and Müller's Fibers , J Histochem Cytochem 7:67-68, 1959.Crossref 55. Cogan, D. G., and Kuwabara, T.: Retinal Dehydrogenases , Trans Amer Ophthal Soc 57: 153-157, 1959. 56. Fine, B. S., and Zimmerman, L. E.: Müller's Cells and "Middle Limiting Membrane" of Human Retina: Electron Microscope Study , Invest Ophthal 1:304-326, 1962. 57. Cogan, D. G.: Retinal Architecture and Pathophysiology: Sanford R. Gifford Lecture , Amer J Ophthal 54:347-363, 1962. 58. Kuwabara, T.: Personal communication to the author. 59. Shimizu, N., and Kumamoto, T.: Lead-Tetracetate-Schiff Method for Polysaccharides in Tissue Sections , Stain Techn 27:97-106, 1952. 60. Shimizu, N., and Maeda, S.: Histochemical Studies of Glycogen in Retina , Anat Rec 116: 427-437, 1953.Crossref 61. Kuwabara, T., and Cogan, D. G.: Glycogen in Retina , Ann Histochim 8:223-228, 1963. 62. Kurimoto, S., and Newell, F. W.: Localization of Phosphorylase in Alloxan-Diabetic Rat Retina , Invest Ophthal 2:24-36, 1963. 63. Lucas, D. R.: In Vitro Maintenance of Mature Guinea-Pig Retina , Vision Res 2:35-41, 1962.Crossref 64. Leloir, L. F., and Goldenberg, S. H.: Synthesis of Glycogen From Uridine Diphosphate Glucose in Liver , J Biol Chem 235:919-926, 1960. 65. Stetten, D., Jr., and Stetten, M.: Glycogen Metabolism , Physiol Rev 40:505-537, 1960. 66. Hutchinson, B. T., and Kuwabara, T.: Phosphorylase and Uridine Diphosphoglucose Glycogen Synthetase in Retina , Arch Ophthal 68:538-545, 1962.Crossref 67. Cogan, D. G.; Toussaint, D.; and Kuwabara, T.: Retinal Vascular Patterns: IV. Diabetic Retinopathy , Arch Ophthal 66:366-378, 1961.Crossref 68. Cohen, L. H., and Noell, W. K.: Glucose Catabolism of Rabbit Retina Before and After Development of Visual Function , J Neurochem 5:253-276, 1960.Crossref 69. Reading, H. W.: Metabolism of Endogenous Substrate in Retina , Nature (London) 199:817-818, 1963.Crossref 70. Futterman, S., and Kinoshita, J. H.: Metabolism of Retina: I. Respiration of Cattle Retina , J Biol Chem 234:723-726, 1959. 71. Graymore, A. N.; Tansley, K.; and Kerly, M.: Metabolism of Developing Retina: 2. Effect of Inherited Retinal Degeneration on Development of Glycolysis in Rat Retina , Biochem J 72:459-461, 1959. 72. Reading, H. W., and Sorsby, A.: Metabolism of Dystrophic Retina: 1. Comparative Studies on Glucose Metabolism of One Developing Rat Retina, Normal and Dystrophic , Vision Res 2:315-325, 1962.Crossref 73. Kinoshita, J. H.: Annual Review: Selected Topics in Ophthalmic Biochemistry , Arch Ophthal 70:558-573, 1963.Crossref 74. Dowling, J. E., and Sidman, R. L.: Inherited Retinal Dystrophy in Rat , J Cell Biol 15:73-109, 1962.Crossref 75. Cogan, D. G.: Symposium: Primary Chorioretinal Aberrations With Night Blindness , Trans Amer Acad Ophthal Otolaryng 54:629-661, 1950. 76. Campbell, D. A., and Tonks, E. L.: Biochemical Findings in Human Retinitis Pigmentosa With Particular Reference to Vitamin A Deficiency , Brit J Ophthal 46:151-164, 1962.Crossref 77. Bassen, F. E., and Kornzweig, A. L.: Malformations of Erythrocytes in Case of Atypical Retinitis Pigmentosa , Blood 5:381-387, 1950. 78. Kornzweig, A. L., and Bassen, F. A.: Retinitis Pigmentosa, Acanthrocytosis and Heredodegenerative Neuromuscular Disease , AMA Arch Ophthal 58:183-187, 1957.Crossref 79. 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Archives of OphthalmologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 1, 1964

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