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Concept Eye
Concept Eye Diseases
Concept Eye Injuries
Concept Eye Neoplasms
Concept Eye Proteins
Concept Pigment Epithelium of Eye
Academic Article Transition between proliferation and differentiation for lens epithelial cells is regulated by Src family kinases.
Academic Article Integrins in lens development and disease.
Academic Article Noggin producing, MyoD-positive cells are crucial for eye development.
Academic Article Junctions between lens fiber cells are labeled with a monoclonal antibody shown to be specific for MP26.
Academic Article Beta 1 integrins in epithelial tissues: a unique distribution in the lens.
Academic Article aA-Crystallin associates with a6 integrin receptor complexes and regulates cellular signaling.
Academic Article Expression of schwannomin in lens and Schwann cells.
Academic Article Differential expression of N- and B-cadherin during lens development.
Academic Article Cytokine deposition alters leukocyte morphology and initial recruitment of monocytes and ?dT cells after corneal injury.
Academic Article a6 integrin transactivates insulin-like growth factor receptor-1 (IGF-1R) to regulate caspase-3-mediated lens epithelial cell differentiation initiation.
Academic Article Autophagy and mitophagy participate in ocular lens organelle degradation.
Academic Article BNIP3L/NIX is required for elimination of mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus during eye lens organelle-free zone formation.
Academic Article TGFß1 and TGFß2 proteins in corneas with and without stromal fibrosis: Delayed regeneration of apical epithelial growth factor barrier and the epithelial basement membrane in corneas with stromal fibrosis.
Academic Article Immune responses to injury and their links to eye disease.
Academic Article Immune cells in lens injury repair and fibrosis.
Academic Article Descemet's membrane injury and regeneration, and posterior corneal fibrosis, in rabbits.
Academic Article Suppression of PI3K signaling is linked to autophagy activation and the spatiotemporal induction of the lens organelle free zone.
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