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Different experimental approaches in modelling cataractogenesis

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The Impact of Senile Cataract Maturity on Blood Oxidative Stress Markers and Glutathione-Dependent Antioxidants: Relations with Lens Variables

References Babizhayev MA. Failure to withstand oxidative stress induced by phospholipid hydroperoxides as a possible cause of the lens opacities in systemic diseases and ageing. Biochim Biophys Acta 1996; 1315: 87-99. Garner B, Davies MJ, Truscott RJW. Formation of hydroxyl radicals in the human lens is related to the severity of nuclear cataract. Exp Eye Res 2000; 70: 81-8. Lou MF. Redox regulation in the lens. Prog Ret Eye Res 2003; 22: 657-82. Kisić B

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Natural flavonoids as potential multifunctional agents in prevention of diabetic cataract

). Pharmacological prevention of diabetic cataract. J Diabetes Complications   18 : 129-140. Review. Kyselova Z. (2010). Different experimental approaches in modelling cataractogenesis: An overview of selenite-induced nuclear cataract in rats. Interdisc Toxicol   3 : 3-14. La Motta C, Sartini S, Mugnaini L, Simorini F, Taliani S, Salerno S, Marini AM, Da Settimo F, Lavecchia A, Novellino E, Cantore M, Failli P, Ciuffi M. (2007). Pyrido[1,2-a]pyrimidin-4-one derivatives as a novel class of selective aldose reductase inhibitors

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