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Developmental appearance of a component of the glycocalyx of the ocular surface epithelium in the rat.
Characteristics of a glycoprotein in the ocular surface glycocalyx.
Stratified squamous epithelia produce mucin-like glycoproteins.
Functions of MUC16 in corneal epithelial cells.
Human corneal and conjunctival epithelia produce a mucin-like glycoprotein for the apical surface.
Eyelid opening induces expression of a glycocalyx glycoprotein of rat ocular surface epithelium.
Alteration of mucin in human conjunctival epithelia in dry eye.