OKN

AcronymDefinition
OKNOptokinetic Nystagmus (eyes)
OKNOpen Knowledge Network (OneWorld International)
OKNOffener Kanal Nordhausen (German: Open Channel Nordhausen; Nordhausen, Germany)
OKNOkmulgee Northern Railway Company
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Turbidity was also significantly positively correlated with OKN (p value [less than or equal to] 0.05) during the dry season.
Mustari and colleagues have shown that nasotemporal optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) asymmetry and latent nystagmus (LN) in monkeys reared with binocular deprivation are due to defects in nucleus of optic tract (NOT).
OKN plans to manufacture 7m units per year by 2010, recruiting an additional 50 workers to its facility by that year and maintain its market share of approximately 50% for mobile notebook PC keyboards.
Optokinetic reflexes have been measured by comparing the gain of optokinetic nystagmus (OKN), and slow phase eye velocity, of young and elderly subjects.
The Opkinetic Nystaqmx (OKN) provides information on the acuity threshold of the infant through the use of spinning cards to determine fixation ability.
Infantile esotropia syndrome and monocular OKN asymmetry
okn bh b Ruairi O'Keefe from Kushion said: "Harry arrived Kwith two security guys but we looked after him and he never sat still for a minute.
Nystagmus can be a physiological phenomenon such as optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) or induced vestibular nystagmus (which are normal oculomotor responses), or it can be a pathological phenomenon in which the eye(s) oscillate spontaneously.
For research purposes, laboratory techniques such as visual evoked potentials (VEPs), electroretinograms, and optokinetic nystagmus (OKN) can, and have, been used to study visual development.