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91662 Involvement of the NLRC4 inflammasome in promoting retinal ganglion cell death in an acute glaucoma mouse model
Yao K
Experimental Eye Research 2021; 203: 108388
90892 Neuroimmunological Aspects in Glaucoma
Hohberger B
Klinische Monatsblätter für Augenheilkunde 2021; 238: 125-127
91741 Loss of the Extracellular Matrix Molecule Tenascin-C Leads to Absence of Reactive Gliosis and Promotes Anti-inflammatory Cytokine Expression in an Autoimmune Glaucoma Mouse Model
Wiemann S
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 566279
91458 Increased Hydrostatic Pressure Promotes Primary M1 Reaction and Secondary M2 Polarization in Macrophages
Wang B
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 573955
91257 Systemic inflammation in both open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma: role of platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio
Karahan M
Bratisl Lek Listy 2021; 122: 45-48
90868 Inflammation in Glaucoma: From the back to the front of the eye, and beyond
Baudouin C
Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 2020; 0: 100916
90882 Is glaucoma an autoimmune disease?
Wakefield D
Clinical & translational immunology 2020; 9: e1180
91340 When Is a Control Not a Control? Reactive Microglia Occur Throughout the Control Contralateral Pathway of Retinal Ganglion Cell Projections in Experimental Glaucoma
Tribble JR
Translational vision science & technology 2021; 10: 22
91022 Is Netrin-1 Deficiency Responsible for Inflammation and Systemic Diseases Related to Pseudoexfoliation?
Okutucu M
Journal of Glaucoma 2020; 29: 1077-1081
91257 Systemic inflammation in both open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma: role of platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio
Kilic D
Bratisl Lek Listy 2021; 122: 45-48
91340 When Is a Control Not a Control? Reactive Microglia Occur Throughout the Control Contralateral Pathway of Retinal Ganglion Cell Projections in Experimental Glaucoma
Kokkali E
Translational vision science & technology 2021; 10: 22
90868 Inflammation in Glaucoma: From the back to the front of the eye, and beyond
Kolko M
Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 2020; 0: 100916
91458 Increased Hydrostatic Pressure Promotes Primary M1 Reaction and Secondary M2 Polarization in Macrophages
Kasper M
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 573955
90882 Is glaucoma an autoimmune disease?
Wildner G
Clinical & translational immunology 2020; 9: e1180
91662 Involvement of the NLRC4 inflammasome in promoting retinal ganglion cell death in an acute glaucoma mouse model
Zhao Y
Experimental Eye Research 2021; 203: 108388
91022 Is Netrin-1 Deficiency Responsible for Inflammation and Systemic Diseases Related to Pseudoexfoliation?
Findik H
Journal of Glaucoma 2020; 29: 1077-1081
91741 Loss of the Extracellular Matrix Molecule Tenascin-C Leads to Absence of Reactive Gliosis and Promotes Anti-inflammatory Cytokine Expression in an Autoimmune Glaucoma Mouse Model
Reinhard J
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 566279
91340 When Is a Control Not a Control? Reactive Microglia Occur Throughout the Control Contralateral Pathway of Retinal Ganglion Cell Projections in Experimental Glaucoma
Kokkali E
Translational vision science & technology 2021; 10: 22
91458 Increased Hydrostatic Pressure Promotes Primary M1 Reaction and Secondary M2 Polarization in Macrophages
Laffer B
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 573955
90868 Inflammation in Glaucoma: From the back to the front of the eye, and beyond
Melik-Parsadaniantz S
Progress in Retinal and Eye Research 2020; 0: 100916
91340 When Is a Control Not a Control? Reactive Microglia Occur Throughout the Control Contralateral Pathway of Retinal Ganglion Cell Projections in Experimental Glaucoma
Otmani A
Translational vision science & technology 2021; 10: 22
91022 Is Netrin-1 Deficiency Responsible for Inflammation and Systemic Diseases Related to Pseudoexfoliation?
Aslan MG
Journal of Glaucoma 2020; 29: 1077-1081
91741 Loss of the Extracellular Matrix Molecule Tenascin-C Leads to Absence of Reactive Gliosis and Promotes Anti-inflammatory Cytokine Expression in an Autoimmune Glaucoma Mouse Model
Reinehr S
Frontiers in immunology 2020; 11: 566279
91662 Involvement of the NLRC4 inflammasome in promoting retinal ganglion cell death in an acute glaucoma mouse model
Jin P
Experimental Eye Research 2021; 203: 108388
91257 Systemic inflammation in both open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma: role of platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio
Guven S
Bratisl Lek Listy 2021; 122: 45-48

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