By J. Fischbarg (Eds.)
Acknowledgement This booklet is the results of a collective attempt. as a result of an oversight, point out of 3 of the participants who performed an extremely decisive position in bringing the paintings to fruition used to be passed over from the publication. they need to percentage absolutely within the highbrow credit accruing from this book. i might accordingly wish to recognize and thank the next for his or her striking contributions to enhancing the paintings: Dr. Morten Dornonville l. a. Cour (MD, Dr. Med. Sci.) solicited and edited the chapters on retina, RPE, choroid, vitreous, immunology, and sclera. Dr. los angeles Cour is a Lecturer, Eye division, Copenhagen collage health facility, focuses on vitreoretinal surgical procedure, and often lectures within the overseas scene. A educated mathematician, he has performed learn in retinal pigment epithelial body structure within the laboratories of Drs. Thomas Zeuthen and Sheldon Miller. Dr. Friedrich P.J. Diecke and Dr. Elliott M. Kanner additionally supplied precious editorial counsel. Dr Diecke, who used to be previously Professor and Chairman of the dept of body structure, UMDNJ-New Jersey scientific institution, is a Professor Emeritus at that establishment. His study has focused on membrane delivery mechanisms in lens epithelial cells, corneal endothelial cells and peripheral nerve and at the rules of vascular soft muscle contraction. Dr. Elliott M. Kanner used to be born in Canada in 1970. He graduated from Yale college in 1992 with a BS/MS measure in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. He got his PhD measure from the Rockefeller collage in 1999 and his MD measure from Weill/Cornell in 2001. he's at the moment an Ophthalmology resident at Columbia college. Jorge Fischbarg, December 2005 This booklet explores the various contemporary novel rules in regards to the eye in a scientific and artificial approach. It contains either uncomplicated sciences and purposes in the direction of scientific study. Chapters comprise either anatomical and practical descriptions of the several ocular tissues and coverings of some topics of sensible value for ophthalmologists. This e-book is meant for college students in simple biomedical technological know-how attracted to the attention, in addition to ophthalmologists a entire resource on fresh advancements in ocular study. * Combines simple technology and useful opthalmological topics * Written with the simplicity of a textbook, whereas protecting the great and rigorous method of technology papers * comprises contributions through recognized specialists
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A. Meibomian Glands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Functional Anatomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Regulation of Secretion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. Secretory Product . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E. Function of Lipid Layer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
69 69 74 75 75 ABSTRACT The exposed surface of the eye is continuously covered by a thin film of fluid, the tear film, which covers the entire ocular surface, including the cornea (the clear ‘‘window’’ of the eye) and conjunctiva (the white part of the eye, which extends under the eyelid). The tear film is a complex fluid that is secreted by several different glands surrounding the eye. The epithelial cells of the ocular surface itself also secrete components of the tear film. The action of blinking spreads the film of tears over the whole surface of the eye and mixes the tears underneath the lids.
C1–4, constant regions, V1–5, variable regions. Reprinted from Advanced Experimental Biology, Vol. , 1998, with permission from Springer-Verlag. Tears and their Secretion 41 A second group, termed new or novel PKCs (nPKC), including PKC‐d, ‐E, ‐y, and ‐Z, isoforms, are Ca2þ‐independent and DAG‐stimulated kinases. A third group termed atypical PKCs (aPKC), including PKCz, and ‐i/l isoforms, are Ca2þ and DAG‐independent kinases. Protein kinase C isoforms have a molecular weight ranging from 74 to 115 kDa.
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