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0 TIAB Morphological characterization of the AlphaA- and AlphaB-crystallin double knockout mouse lens Backg 5 1636 961 show
1 Background Alpha-Crystallin is comprised of two polypeptides, alphaA-crystallin (alphaA) and alphaB-crystallin 5 5533 3267 show
2 Methods Lenses The wild type mouse strain used in this study was the 129SvEvTac mouse. Lenses examined were 5 1281 841 show
3 Methods Confocal microscopy Lenses were vibratome sectioned into 100–200 μm thick sections along the optical 5 1215 756 show
4 Methods Scanning electron microscopy Lenses bisected along the optical axes were immersion fixed in 2% (w/v) 5 934 579 show
5 Results Equatorial and axial (sagittal) dimensions of lenses, and gross lenticular appearance, were recorded 5 8622 6040 show
6 Discussion One approach to resolving some of the in vivo functions of alpha-crystallin is to generate animal mo 5 10979 6379 show
7 Pre-publication history The pre-publication history for this paper can be accessed here: 5 64 32 show
8 Caption-Figure 1 Light micrographs of lenses dissected from fixed eyes of alphaA/BKO (A-C) and wild type (D-F) mice. 5 999 716 show
9 Caption-Figure 2 Representative confocal optical sections taken from mid-axial vibratome sections of alphaA/BKO (A&B) 5 562 365 show
10 Caption-Figure 3 Representative confocal optical sections from alphaA/BKO (A-J) and wild type (K-T) lenses. All optic 5 886 719 show
11 Caption-Figure 4 Representative scanning electron micrographs of alphaA/BKO (A-F) and wild type (G-L) lenses. (A-C) R 5 441 345 show
12 Caption-Table 1 Dimensions and gross lenticular appearance of lenses. 5 53 26 show