volume 16, issue 9, P875-885 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.9.875.5045
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Abstract: These results indicate that adenosine is a major component of the biochemical changes that occur after retinal ischemia. Long-lasting increases in xanthine concentration during reperfusion after ischemia could be a source of oxygen free radicals that may contribute to delayed injury of the retina, attempts to decrease xanthine concentration would ideally be initiated within one hour after the end of ischemia.