volume 56, issue 2, P233-240 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1978.tb01349.x
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MARTIN DAVANGER

Abstract: Lenses with pseudo-exfoliation (PE) were suspended in a 10% solution of ferritin. In order to retain ferritin at the surface of the PE material during the preparation for the subsequent transmission electron microscopy, some of the lenses were coated with a thin layer of gelatin before the application of the ferritin solution. It was found that ferritin particles to a certain extent penetrated into the PE material. But the concentration of ferritin was much higher in the gelatin coating than in the PE material…

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