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Lacrimal Gland, Tear Film and Dry Eye Syndromes


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Keynote Address.- Regulation of Tear Secretion.- Lacrimal Gland: Anatomy and Innervation.- The Anatomy and Innervation of Lacrimal Glands.- Light and Electron Microscopic Morphology of Accessory Lacrimal Glands.- Immunohistochemistry and Protein Secretion in the Rat Lacrimal Gland: A Morphophysiological Study.- Carbonic Anhydrase and Acinar Cell Heterogeneity in Rat and Rabbit Lacrimal Glands.- Basement Membrane Modulation of Stimulated Secretion by Lacrimal Acinar Cells.- Galactose-Binding Sites in the Acinar Cells of the Human Accessory Lacrimal Gland.- Thoughts on the Ductules of the Aging Human Lacrimal Gland.- The Parenchyma Accompanying Major Extraglandular Ducts within the Rat Lacrimal Cord.- Protein Secretion and the Identification of Neurotransmitters in the Isolated Pig Lacrimal Gland.- Anti-Muscarinic Acetylcholine Receptor-Like Immunoreactivity in Lacrimal Glands.- Innervation and Mast Cells of the Rat Lacrimal Gland: The Effects of Age.- Immunogold Localization of Prolactin in Acinar Cells of Lacrimal Gland.- Lacrimal Gland: Electrophysiology, Water and Ion Transport.- Subcellular Organization of Ion Transporters in Lacrimal Acinar Cells: Seeretagogue-Induced Dynamics.- Effect of Acetylcholine on the Membrane Conductance of the Intralobular Duct Cells of the Rat Exorbital Lacrimal Gland.- The Circadian Rhythm of Lacrimal Secretion and Its Parameters, Determined in a Group of Healthy Individuals, and Its Potential Diagnostic and Therapeutic Significance.- Effects of Dihydrotestosterone and Prolactin on Lacrimal Gland Function.- A Na: H Exchanger Subtype Mediates Volume Regulation in Bovine Corneal Epithelial Cells.- Endocytosis and Exocytosis in Rabbit Lacrimal Gland Acinar Cells.- Lacrimal Gland: Signal Transduction and Protein Secretion.- The Inositol Phosphate-Calcium Signalling System in Lacrimal Gland Cells.- Characterization of Rat Lacrimal Gland Protein Kinase C: Effects of Phorbol Esters and PKC Inhibitors on Histone Kinase Activity and Labelled Protein Discharge.- Inhibition of Lacrimal Function by Selective Opiate Agonists.- Second Messenger Modulation of IgG Secretion from Chicken Lacrimal Gland.- Identification of Sigma Receptors in Lacrimocytes and Their Therapeutic Implication in Dry Eye Syndrome.- Role of Protein Kinase C in ?1-Adrenergic and Cholinergic Agonist Stimulated Protein Secretion.- The Role of Membrane Channels in IgG Secretion by Plasma Cells in the Chicken Lacrimal Gland.- Binding Characteristics, Immunocytochemical Location and Hormonal Regulation of Androgen Receptors in Lacrimal Tissue.- Lacrimal Gland: Immunology.- Regulation of Lacrimal Gland Immune Responses.- The Lacrimal Antibody Response to Viral and Chlamydial Infections.- Neural-Endocrine Control of Secretory Component Synthesis by Lacrimal Gland Acinar Cells: Specificity, Temporal Characteristics and Molecular Basis.- Lymphocyte Adhesive Interaction with Lacrimal Gland Acinar Epithelium Involves Carbohydrate Recognition.- Subclass Expression of IgA in Lacrimal Glands of Patients with Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Influence of the Endocrine Environment on Herpes Virus Infection in Rat Lacrimal Gland Acinar Cells.- Sialodacryoadenitis Virus Infection of Rat Lacrimal Gland Acinar Cells.- Molecular Biological Approaches to the Study of the Lacrimal Gland and Tear Film.- Growth Factor and Receptor Messenger RNA Production in Human Lacrimal Gland Tissue.- Human Lacrimal Gland Secretes Proteins Belonging to the Group of Hydrophobic Molecule Transporters.- Transcription of Message for Tumor Necrosis Factor-Alpha by Lacrimal Gland is Regulated by Corneal Wounding.- Androgen Regulation of Secretory Component mRNA Levels in the Rat Lacrimal Gland.- Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Induces Primary Response Gene Expression in Lacrimal Gland.- Tear Film Composition and Biophysical Properties.- Composition and Biophysical Properties of the Tear Film: Knowledge and Uncertainty.- Structure and Function of the Tear Film.- Ocular Surface Changes Induced by Repeated Impression Cytology.- Developmental Appearance of a Component of the Glycocalyx of the Ocular Surface Epithelium in the Rat.- Mixing of the Tear Film under the Eyelids.- Viscoelastic Properties of Human Tears and Polymer Solutions.- Effect of Age on Human Tear Film Evaporation in Normals.- Advances in Ocular Tribology.- Effect of Systemic Ingestion of Vitamin and Trace Element Dietary Supplements on the Stability of the Pre-Corneal Tear Film in Normal Subjects.- Patterns of Cytokeratin Expression in Impression Cytology Specimens from Normal Human Conjunctival Epithelium.- Increase in Tear Film Lipid Layer Thickness Following Treatment of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction.- Tear Proteins and Growth Factors.- Analysis and Function of the Human Tear Proteins.- Tear Protein Composition and the Effects of Stimulus.- Growth Factors in Human Tear Fluid and in Lacrimal Glands.- Re-Examination of the Origin of Human Tear LDH.- Tear Proteins and Enzymes in the Chimpanzee.- Comparisons of Tear Proteins in the Cow, Horse, Dog and Rabbit.- Tear Protein G Originates from Denatured Tear Specific Prealbumin as Revealed by Anti-TSP Antibody.- Tear Lactoferrin Levels and Ocular Bacterial Flora in HIV Positive Patients.- Vitronectin in Human Tears-Protection Against Closed Eye Induced Inflammatory Damage.- Mucopolysaccharide Degrading Enzymes (MPDE) in the Tear Fluid: A New Diagnostic Test for Rapid Detection of Acute Ocular Infections.- Tear Immunoglobulins and Lysozyme Levels in Corneal Ulcers.- Mucus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa Adherence to the Cornea.- Measurement of Human Tear Lysozyme Using a Novel Synthetic Substrate.- Retrospective Use of Frozen Schirmer Strips for the Measurement of Tear Lysozyme.- Rapid Measurement of Selected Tear Proteins in Health and Disease Using the Touch Tear Microassay System.- Tear Film: Pharmacological Approaches and Effects.- The Tear Film: Pharmacological Approaches and Effects.- Influence of Various Pharmaceutical Agents on Tear Flow as Assessed by Fluorophotometry.- Neural Stimulation of Conjunctival Goblet Cell Mucous Secretion in Rats.- Bioavailability of Prednisolone in Rabbits: Comparison of a High-Viscosity Gel and an Aqueous Suspension—Single- and Repeated Applications.- Tear Film and Contact Lens Interactions.- Tear Film—Contact Lens Interactions.- Electrophoretic Patterns of Human Denatured Tear Proteins and Glycoproteins from Normal Subjects and Soft Contact Lens Wearers.- The Refractive Index of Tears in Normals and Soft Lens Wearers.- The Role of Tear Deposits on Hydrogel Contact Lenses Induced Bacterial Keratitis: Pseudomonas aeruginosa Abhesives.- The Closed-Eye Challenge.- Artificial Tears.- Dry Eye Therapy: Evaluation of Current Directions and Clinical Trials.- Artificial Tear Issues.- Evaluation of Effects of a Physiologic Artificial Tear on the Corneal Epithelial Barrier: Electrical Resistance and Carboxyfluorescein Permeability.- Evaluation of a Physiological Tear Substitute in Patients with Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca.- A Scanning Electron Micrographic Comparison of the Effects of Two Preservative-Free Artificial Tear Solutions on the Corneal Epithelium as Compared to a Phosphate Buffered Saline and a 0.02% Benzalkonium Chloride Control.- A Unique Therapeutic Artificial Tear Formulation.- Dry Eye Syndromes: Pathogenesis and Diagnosis.- Non-Sjögren Dry Eye: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis and Animal Models.- Abnormalities of the Structure of the Superficial Lipid Layer on the In Vivo Dry-Eye Tear Film.- Tear Osmolarity — a New Gold Standard?.- Micropachometric Differentiation of Dry Eye Syndromes.- Decreased Tear Secretion in Chernobyl Children: External Eye Disorders in Children Subjected to Long-Term Low-Dose Radiation.- Lacrimal Dysfunction in Pediatric Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.- Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca in HIV-1 Infected Female Patients.- The Increase of the Blink Interval in Ophthalmic Procedures.- Changes in Tear Ion Concentrations in Dry-Eye Disorders.- Quantitative Cellular Evaluation of Conjunctival Squamous Metaplasia in the Dry Eye Patient.- Topical Anesthetic Induced Pain as a Diagnostic Tool for Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (KCS).- Lacrimation Kinetics as Determined by a Schirmer-Type Technique.- A Precise Method of Using Rose Bengal in the Evaluation of Dry Eye and the Detection of Changes in Its Severity.- Dry Eye Syndromes: Treatment and Clinical Trials.- Dry Eye Syndromes: Treatment and Clinical Trials.- Keratoprosthesis in End-Stage Dry Eye.- Amylase in Mare Lacrimale in Patients with Submandibular Salivary Gland Transplantation to the Lacrimal Basin.- A Subjective Approach to the Treatment of Dry Eye Syndrome.- Simulation of Lacrimal Gland Output: a Tear Jet for Replacing Eye Moisture in Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Characteristics of a Canine Model of KCS: Effective Treatment with Topical Cyclosporine.- Treatment of Severe Eye Dryness and Problematic Eye Lesions with Enriched Bovine Colostrum Lactoserum.- The Efficiency of Short-Wave Diathermy and Laser Stimulation of the Lacrimal Gland in the Treatment of Dry Eye Syndrome.- Effect of Collagen Punctal Occlusion on Tear Stability and Volume.- Sjögren’s Syndrome: Pathogenesis and Diagnosis.- Sjögren’s Syndrome: Immunologic and Neuroendocrine Mechanisms.- Murine Models of Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Utilization of the Non-Obese Diabetic (NOD) Mouse as an Animal Model for the Study of Secondary Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Expression of Granzyme A and Perforin in Lacrimal Gland of Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Epstein-Barr Virus and the Lacrimal Gland Pathology of Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Sjögren’s Syndrome (SS) and Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) Reactivation.- Hypothesis for Autoantigen Presentation and T Cell Activation.- Gingival Impression: A New Biological Test for Xerostomia in Diagnosis of Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Sjögren’s Syndrome Diagnosis: A Comparison of Conjunctival and Gingival Impressions and Salivary Gland Biopsy.- Correlation of Labial Salivary Gland Biopsies with Ocular and Oral Findings in Patients with Sjögren’s Syndrome.- A Comparative Study Between Tear Protein Electrophoresis and Accessory Salivary Gland Biopsy in Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Sjögren’s Syndrome: Treatment.- Sjögren’s Syndrome—Close to Cause and Cure?.- Androgen-induced suppression of autoimmune disease in lacrimal glands of mouse models of Sjögren’s syndrome.- Effect of Sodium Sucrose-Sulfate on the Ocular Surface of Patients with Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca in Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Comparative Efficacy of Androgen Analogues in Suppressing Lacrimal Gland Inflammation in a Mouse Model (MRL/lpr) of Sjögren’s Syndrome.- Sjögren’s Syndrome Associations.- National Sjögren’s Syndrome Association.- Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation Inc..- Advertisement: Lacrimedics, Inc..- Contributors.

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