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DEscribed Eye physiology, pathophysiology, biochemistry and metabolism. improving the book prior to publication
DEscribed Eye physiology, pathophysiology, biochemistry and metabolism. improving the book prior to publication. Gratitude is also expressed to my daughter, Erin Whikehart, who designed the cover, and to Brigette Bailey, who allowed me to photograph her eye for the cover.
Biochemistry of the Eye. Elaine R. Berman. Development ofthe Vertebrate Retina. Therefore, subsequent books on the biochemistry of the eye have, of necessity, been multi-authored (Graymore, 1970; Anderson, 1983). We have now in some ways come full circle. Notwithstanding the unique structures, functions, biochemical properties, and metabolic characteristics of individual ocular tissues, it is becoming increasingly evident that they also have many features in common.
Clive Graymore was an English writer and educator. He worked at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and the University of Exeter. Graymore is the author of Alcoholism: Insight into the Addictive Mind. Clive Graymore started his career in 1956 when he took up a post of lecturer at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. He held this post until 1962 and became a senior lecturer. He also was a subdean of the institute. Graymore was an honorary senior registrar at the Moorfields Eye Hospital. He also worked at the University of Exeter.
Pirie, A. & van Heyningen, R. (1956). Biochemistry of the Eye. Oxford: Blackwell's Scientific Publications.
Google Scholar Citations. View all Google Scholar citations for this article. View all citations for this article on Scopus. Pirie, A. In Modern Problems of Ophthalmology, 1, 173. Wald, G. (1958). Recommend this journal.
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New Biological Books. Clive N. Graymore. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Rethinking the Theoretical Foundation of Sociobiology. Wilson et al. A Symbiotic View of Life: We Have Never Been Individuals. Gilbert et al. The Conceptual Ecology of the Human Microbiome.
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Metabolism of the developing retina. Biochemistry of the retina. 1. View via Publisher. Metabolism of the developing retina. Iodoacetate poisoning of the rat retina. Graymore, Katharine Tansley. Possible Significance of the Isoenzymes of Lactic Dehydrogenase in the Retina of the Rat.
In: Graymore, . This is almost like the liquefaction of the vitreous body in vivo. We try to clarify the liquefaction phenomenon by using this animal model.
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