Current Topics in Membranes: Eye's Aqueous Humor: From Secretion to Glaucoma v.45

Current Topics in Membranes: Eye's Aqueous Humor: From Secretion to Glaucoma v.45

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This volume presents a basic consensus of how the aqueous humor is formed and exits through the trabecular meshwork and canal of Schlemm. It presents a timely update to current knowledge of the molecular transport mechanisms which underlie aqueous humor dynamics. In addition, it provides a concise description of the clinical approaches used for assessing these basic transport processes. The book emphasizes the phenomenon of the diurnal rhythm of aqueous humor formation, from both the clinical and molecular points of view. This phenomenon provides the major indication that aqueous humor secretion is regulated.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 19.05mm | 599g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • b&w illustrations, colour illustrations, index
  • 012153345X
  • 9780121533458

Table of contents

Transport components of aqueous humour secretion and their regulation, M.M. Civan; molecular approaches to the study of the Na+, K+-ATPase and chloride channels in the ocular ciliary epithelium, M. Coca-Prados and J. Sanchez-Torres; chloride channels in the ciliary epithelium, T. Jacob; the identification of potassium channels in human lens epithelium, J. Rae and A.R. Shepard; aquaporin water channels in eye and other channels, M.D. Lee, L.S. King and P. Agre; gap junctions and interlayer communication in the heterocellular epithelium of the ciliary body, J.M. Wolosin and M. Schutte; the travel meshwork and aqueous reabsorption, M. Wiederholt and F. Stumpff; circadian rhythms in aqueous humour formation, J. Sears and M.L. Sears; clinical measurements of aqueous dynamics - implications for addressing glaucoma, R.F. Brubaker.
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