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Eye-lens proteins: structure, superstructure, stability, genetics.
Jaenicke R. Naturwissenschaften 1994 - Review. PMID 7800046
The eye lens in vertebrates and invertebrates is an avascular tissue which allows one to focus objects on the retina. The lens grows throughout life, maintaining transparency without significant turnover of its densely packed proteins. Apart from cytoskeletal and taxon-specific components, these proteins belong mainly to the alpha- and beta gamma-crystallin families. ...
The eye lens in vertebrates and invertebrates is an avascular tissue which allows one to focus objects on the retina. The lens grows …
Leber congenital amaurosis, from darkness to light: An ode to Irene Maumenee
Coussa RG, et al. Ophthalmic Genet 2017 - Review. PMID 28095138 Free PMC article.
This article is dedicated to Irene Hussels Maumenee, Professor of Human Genetics and Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins' Wilmer Eye Institute, Ocular Genetics Fellowship director in 1994-1995. ...
This article is dedicated to Irene Hussels Maumenee, Professor of Human Genetics and Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins' Wilmer Eye
Contrast Functions of αA- and αB-Crystallins in Cancer Development
Wang Z, et al. Curr Mol Med 2017 - Review. PMID 28017134
α-Crystallins, initially identified as the structural proteins of the ocular lens, belong to the small heat shock protein family. ...
α-Crystallins, initially identified as the structural proteins of the ocular lens, belong to the small heat shock protein family. ...
Evolution of eyes
Fernald RD. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2000 - Review. PMID 10981612
Recent studies have identified similarities in the genetic information that is used in the development of eyes, leading to the hypothesis that distinctly different eye types might have had a monophyletic origin. ...
Recent studies have identified similarities in the genetic information that is used in the development of eyes, leading to the hypothesis th …
The crystallins: genes, proteins and diseases.
Graw J. Biol Chem 1997 - Review. PMID 9426193
The crystallins were discovered as the structural proteins of the vertebrate eye lens in the last century by C.T. Mörner (Z. ...Moreover, some crystallins have also been discovered outside the eye. Evolutionary analysis has demonstrated the relationship of crystallins to proteins involved in protection against stress. ...
The crystallins were discovered as the structural proteins of the vertebrate eye lens in the last century by C.T. Mörner (Z. . …
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