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Author Kinoshita, S
Title Current Opinions in the Kyoto Cornea Club - I : Proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the Kyoto Cornea Club; Kyoto, Japan, December 1-2, 1995
Imprint Amsterdam : Kugler Publications, 1997
©1997
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Descript 1 online resource (121 pages)
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Series New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology
New Orleans Academy of Ophthalmology
Note Intro -- PREFACE -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- KYOTO CORNEA CLUB MEMBER LIST -- List of Contributors -- INVITED LECTURES -- THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IRF-1 AND IRF-2 IN THEREGULATION OF THE INTERFERON SYSTEM AND CELLGROWTH -- CORNEAL EPITHELIAL DIFFERENTIATION -- SYMPOSIUM - 1 -- NEW APPROACHES IN DRY EYE MANAGEMENT -- NEW APPROACHES TO HUMAN OCULAR SURFACEEPITHELIUM -- BIOLOGY OF CORNEAL STROMAL KERATOCYTES -- CURRENT TOPICS REGARDING THE CORNEALENDOTHELIAL CELL -- POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION IN VIRAL INFECTIONS OFTHE CORNEA -- CORNEAL TRANSPLANTATION AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVETHERAPY -- SYMPOSIUM - 2 -- INTERACTIONS BETWEEN T LYMPHOCYTES AND CORNEALEPITHELIAL CELLS -- THE EFFECT OF FIBRIN FORMATION ON CORNEALENDOTHELIAL CELLS IN VITRO -- MOUSE KERATOEPITHELIOPLASTY MODEL -- HLA-DNA TYPING IN CORNEAL TRANSPLANTATION -- INDEX OF AUTHORS
PrefaceDuring the past two decades, a significant international research exchange has taken place in order to understand the pathobiology of corneal diseases, and to develop more sophisticated treatments. For this purpose, many Japanese cornea specialists have been abroad to the United States, the United Kingdom, etc., to perform collaborative works in basic and clinical cornea research. As a result, many original concepts and thoughts have been produced from Japan, and some of them are now accepted world wide. Further to promote the international exchange of current knowledge and research on corneas in both health and disease, the First Annual Meeting of the Kyoto Cornea Club was held in Kyoto City on December I and 2, 1995. The goal of this meeting was to provide each speaker's updated knowledge that would be of value to all active corneal researchers who are interested in 'state-of-the-art' information from Japan. To achieve this objective fully, 41 selected Japanese cornea specialists registered as active participants in this meeting. James D. Zieske, PhD, from Schepens Eye Research Institute and the Department of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA, and Tadatsugu Taniguchi, PhD, from the Department of Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, Tokyo University, Japan, participated as special guests at this meeting, and both gave plenary lectures.This volume was created to provide each speaker's current opinions on the subjects they presented at this meeting, and also to provide a scientific reference for cornea research. We hope that the first issue will serve as a useful source of current knowledge and insight on Japanese cornea research. We wish to thank all those whose administrative help and/or assistance has made this issue possible; Takakazu Morita of Santen Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., Machiko Tsujino of PMSI Japan, Ltd., and
Kugler Publications.Shigeru Kinoshita and Yuichi Ohashi
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Link Print version: Kinoshita, S. Current Opinions in the Kyoto Cornea Club - I : Proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the Kyoto Cornea Club; Kyoto, Japan, December 1-2, 1995 Amsterdam : Kugler Publications,c1997 9789062991389
Subject Self-stabilization (Computer science) -- Congresses.;Computer algorithms
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Alt Author Ohashi, Y
Ohashi, Yuichi
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