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In vivo biomechanical changes after corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus and corneal ectasia: 1-year analysis of a randomized, controlled, clinical trial.
Pan et al., "Corneal collagen cross-linking and liposomal amphotericin B combination therapy for the treatment of fungal keratitis," International Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Group II, group III, and group IV, with the exception of group I, were defined as crosslinking groups, from which right eyes were selected and subjected to sclera collagen cross-linking therapy via minimally invasive riboflavin/UVA treatment.
Epithelium-off corneal collagen cross-linking versus transepithelial cross-linking for pediatric keratoconus.
Athanasiou, "Developing functional musculoskeletal tissues through hypoxia and lysyl oxidase-induced collagen cross-linking," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Riboflavin/ultraviolet-A induced collagen cross-linking for the treatment of keratoconus.Am J Ophthalmol 2003;135:620-27.
Corneal collagen cross-linking with riboflavin and ultraviolet - A light for keratoconus: Results in Indian eyes.
Hospitals, Switzerland) and Randleman (ophthalmology, Emory U.) assemble 23 chapters that explain corneal collagen cross-linking to general and pediatric ophthalmologists, refractive surgeons, corneal specialists, optometrists, and researchers.
Corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) is a recent parasurgical technique based on combined use of riboflavin as a photosensitizer and ultraviolet A light of 370 nm.
Matrix stiffness from type I collagen cross-linking has also been implicated as a contributor to the enhanced invasive behavior in tumor [33], enhanced cell growth and survival, and promoted migration.
B12 appears to help bones by aiding osteoblasts (bone-building cells) and lowering levels of the amino acid homocysteine, which at high levels weakens bone by interfering with collagen cross-linking.
Plum polyphenols promote bone deposition by increasing osteoblast (bone-building cell) activity and function via their effects on increasing certain cell-signaling compounds and by enhancing expression of an enzyme that is involved in collagen cross-linking. (16)