Cell Biology of the Eye discusses the eye tissues and its role in the investigations on active transport, growth factors, receptors, and differentiation. The book is comprised of articles which discuss corneal proteoglycans; transport of ions and metabolites across the corneal endothelium; the ontogeny and localization of the crystallins in eye lens development and regeneration; the biological-physical basis of lens transparency; the chromatic organization of the retina; and the dopamine neurons in the retina. This treatise will serve as a valuable reference text for graduate and professional students, teachers, researchers, clinicians, and to all in the vision field.MEMBRANE FOLDING OF OUTER CELL MEMBRANE camecrms a#39; cmuu s I i Fig. 1. Diagram of ROS and COS. ROS are composed of a stack of separated disks within an enveloping plasma membrane. At the base of the ROS, new disks areanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cell Biology of the Eye|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|