cataractogenesis

cat·a·rac·to·gen·e·sis

(kat'ă-rak-tō-jen'ĕ-sis),
The process of cataract formation.
[cataract + G. genesis, production]
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May 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- There are conflicting scientific reports on the effectiveness of nutritional antioxidants in preventing or slowing the growth of age related cataracts, despite extensive basic science research indicating that oxidative damage to the human lens is a common underlying etiologic factor in cataractogenesis.
Vitex negundo attenuates calpain activation and cataractogenesis in selenite models.
Although antioxidants may be part of the body's defense to prevent ARC, environmental contaminants may contribute to cataractogenesis.
Animal studies have shown that chronic Se deficiency or GPx depletion can lead to cataract formation, whereas Se excess can induce prooxidant conditions involved in cataractogenesis (Cai et al.
Role of fructose concentration on cataractogenesis in senile diabetic and non-diabetic patients.
The fluorescence of scorpions and cataractogenesis.
Effect of curcumin on galactose-induced cataractogenesis in rats.
Cataractogenesis is a highly complex, multifactorial process.
From 1985 to 1987, he was a post-doctoral associate in the Department of Physics at MIT, studying the biochemistry of cataractogenesis and the biophysics of exotic phase equilibria in concentrated protein solutions.
It has been established in several different animal models, as well as in humans, that a decrease in GSH concentrations may be associated with aging and the pathogenesis of many diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, muscular dystrophy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, AIDS, Alzheimer disease, alcoholic liver disease, cataractogenesis, respiratory distress syndrome, progeria, and Werner syndrome (1-9).
High correlation between pentosidine protein crosslinks and pigmentation implicates ascorbate oxidation in human lens senescence and cataractogenesis.