In Vitro Characterization of Acute Pain and Wound Healing In a Silk-Based Cornea Model.

Pollard, Rachel E.


  • The cornea is the most densely innervated peripheral tissue in the body, as detection of slight changes in the chemical, thermal, and physical environments of the ocular surface is necessary to protect eyesight. Damage to the cornea as a result of caustic chemical exposure can be painful and debilitating, underscoring the need for understanding ocular irritation mechanisms. The 3D in vitro silk-ba... read more
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