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Gong, HaiyanPerson Why?
A new view of the human trabecular meshwork using quick-freeze, deep-etch electron microscopy.Academic Article Why?
Age-related changes of sulfated proteoglycans in the normal human trabecular meshwork.Academic Article Why?
Effect of high glucose on fibronectin expression and cell proliferation in trabecular meshwork cells.Academic Article Why?
Fibronectin overexpression inhibits trabecular meshwork cell monolayer permeability.Academic Article Why?
Galectin-8 promotes cytoskeletal rearrangement in trabecular meshwork cells through activation of Rho signaling.Academic Article Why?
Ultrastructural immunocytochemical localization of elastin in normal human trabecular meshwork.Academic Article Why?
Ultrastructural immunocytochemical localization of elastin in normal human trabecular meshwork.Academic Article Why?
Matricellular Proteins in Trabecular MeshworkGrant Why?
Matricellular Proteins in Trabecular Meshwork Increase Intraocular PressureGrant Why?
Trabecular MeshworkConcept Why?
Effect of excess synthesis of extracellular matrix components by trabecular meshwork cells: possible consequence on aqueous outflow.Academic Article Why?
Expression of concern: Thakur A, Kadam R, Kompella UB. Trabecular meshwork and lens partitioning of corticosteroids: implications for elevated intraocular pressure and cataracts. Arch Ophthalmol. 2011:129(7):914-920.Academic Article Why?
Swain, DavidPerson Why?
Purines in the eye: recent evidence for the physiological and pathological role of purines in the RPE, retinal neurons, astrocytes, Müller cells, lens, trabecular meshwork, cornea and lacrimal gland.Academic Article Why?
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