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Membrane Transport in Ocular Epithelia

  • J. A. Zadunaisky
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Abstract

The study of transport across the ocular cell membranes has advanced substantially in recent decades. A historical approach to the developments in this field may give a perspective of the state of the art, especially when the knowledge available in the 1960s, when I first met Hugh Davson, is compared with the information we possess in the 1990s.

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