Immunoblotting and tear sampling techniques for the study of contact lens-induced variations in tear protein profiles

Peach, Helena C., Mann, Aisling M. and Tighe, Brian J. (2002). Immunoblotting and tear sampling techniques for the study of contact lens-induced variations in tear protein profiles. IN: Lacrimal gland, tear film, and dry eye syndromes 3. Sullivan, David A.; Stern, Michael E.; Tsubota, Kazuo; Dartt, Darlene A.; Sullivan, Rose M. and Bromberg, B. Britt (eds) Advances in experimental medicine and biology, Part B . New York (US): Springer.

Abstract

More information on the biochemical interactions taking place between the tear film and the contact lens is required to further our understanding of the causative mechanisms behind the symptoms of dryness and grittiness often experienced by contact lens wearers. These symptoms can often lead to an intolerance to contact lens wear.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-0717-8_35
Divisions: Engineering & Applied Sciences > Chemical engineering & applied chemistry
Engineering & Applied Sciences > Polymer and advanced materials research group
Additional Information: MEDLINE® is the source for the MeSH terms of this document.
Uncontrolled Keywords: immunoblotting,tear sampling techniques,contact lens-induced,tear protein profiles
Full Text Link: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-1-4615-0717-8_35
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Published Date: 2002
Authors: Peach, Helena C.
Mann, Aisling M.
Tighe, Brian J.

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