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VIRGINIA WEIMAR; Effect of Amino Acid, Purine, and Pyrimidine Analogues on Activation of Corneal Stromal Cells to take up Neutral Red. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 1962;1(2):226-232.
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Amino acid analogues and purine and pyrimidine analogues which interfere with protein and/or ribonucleic acid synthesis completely suppress the activation of corneal stromal cells to take up neutral red. The corneal epithelium exerts a pronounced protective effect against the inhibitory action of the analogues.
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