cataractogenic

cataractogenic

 [kat″ah-rak″to-jen´ik]
tending to induce the formation of cataracts.
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cat·a·rac·to·gen·ic

(kat'ă-rak-tō-jen'ik),
Cataract-producing.
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cat·a·rac·to·gen·ic

(kat'ă-rak-tō-jen'ik)
Cataract-producing.
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Thanos, "Cataractogenic lens injury prevents traumatic ganglion cell death and promotes axonal regeneration both in vivo and in culture," Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, vol.
Takeuchi, "Correlation between hyper-sensitivity to hydrogen peroxide and low defense against [Ca.sup.2+] influx in cataractogenic lens of Ihara cataract rats," Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.
McAvoy, "Differential cataractogenic potency of tgf-[beta]1, [beta]2, and -[beta]3 and their expression in the postnatal rat eye," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
The effect of supplemental dietary amino acids, minerals and vitamins on salmonids fed cataractogenic diets.
CONCLUSION: Our results suggest that persons in this population with elevated Hg, the cataractogenic effects of Hg may be offset by Se.
Buerge, "The distribution of 2,4-dinitrophenol relative to its cataractogenic activity in ducklings and rabbits," Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol.
The authors conclude that in this population with elevated Hg, Se may offset cataractogenic effects of Hg.