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Cytokine concentration in the aqueous humor was determined with a sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) kit (R&D Systems, Minneapolis, MN, USA) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
All aqueous humor samples from both groups were assessed by the same investigator with the same standard preparation to avoid interuser or plate variability.
The aqueous humor participates in the local defense system of the eye and protects the intraocular tissue from immunogenic inflammation [6].
Prostaglandin analogs (PGAs) are FPreceptor agonists that reduce IOP by increasing aqueous humor outflow via remodeling of the ciliary muscle extracellular matrix, subsequently increasing uveoscleral outflow (SMITH et al., 2010).
The aqueous humor of 2 EVD survivors with white cataract and no anterior chamber inflammation was negative for EBOV RNA on qRT-PCR assay.
This can be explained by the lack of patients with OIS in our patient group and the absence of ciliary body ischemia caused by stenosis, in which case there is no reduction in aqueous humor production.
Calibration curves were obtained by analyzing spiked cornea samples in duplicate over the concentration range of 0.2-50 [micro]g of the drug per gram of cornea or microliter of aqueous humor prepared by appropriate dilution of stock solutions.
Glaucoma is a disease characterized by the increase of intraocular pressure due to various pathologies related to aqueous humor production, circulation, and drainage.
Garcia et al., "Looking into aqueous humor through metabolomics spectacles--exploring its metabolic characteristics in relation to myopia," Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, vol.
However, there have been reports on pronounced inflammation of the anterior segment of an eye, accompanied by pain, fibrin deposition in the aqueous humor of the anterior chamber [7,8], and even by choroidal effusion [13,16].