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Chapter 1: Ion Transport Mortimer M. Civan
Ocular Aquaporins and Aqueous Humor Dynamics W. Daniel Stamer, Nicholas W. Baetz and Andrea J. Yool
The Role of Gap Junction Channels in the Ciliary Body Secretory Epithelium Richard T. Matthias, Thomas W. White and Peter R. Brink
Chapter 4: Regional Dependence of Inflow Anthony D.C. Macknight and Mortimer M. Civan
Functional Modulators Linking Inflow with Outflow of Aqueous Humor Miguel Coca-Prados and Sikha Ghosh
Aqueous Humor Outflow Resistance Thomas F. Freddo and Mark Johnson
Aqueous Humor Dynamics I: Measurement methods and animal studies Carol B. Toris
Aqueous Humor Dynamics II: Clinical Studies Carol B. Toris and Carl B. Camras
Effects of Circulatory Events on Aqueous Humor Inflow and Intraocular Pressure Herbert A. Reitsamer and Jeffrey W. Kiel
Retinal Ganglion Cells and Glaucoma: Traditional Patterns and New Possibilities Claire H. Mitchell and Wennan Lu
Chapter 11: What is Functional Genomics teaching us about Intraocular Pressure Regulation and Glaucoma? Teresa Borrás
Chapter 12: Molecular Approaches to Glaucoma: Intriguing Clues for Pathology Ernst R. Tamm
Chapter 13: Outflow Signaling Mechanisms and New Therapeutic Strategies for the Control of Intraocular Pressure Iok-Hou Pang and Abbot F. Clark
Current Topics in Membranes provides a systematic, comprehensive, and rigorous approach to specific topics relevant to the study of cellular membranes. Each volume is a guest edited compendium of membrane biology.
- Guest edited by cell membrane experts
- Dynamic and thorough coverage of all aspects of the aqueous humor from inflow to outflow
- Provides the latest teachings on genomics and glaucoma
- Highlights new therapeutic strategies for the control of intraocular pressure
Basic scientists and clinicians studying biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, and biotechnology
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- 25th September 2008
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Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA
Department of Neurobiology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA
University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, USA Professor of Physiology
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