volume 16, issue 10, P1061-1063 1997
DOI: 10.1076/ceyr.16.10.1061.9020
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Abstract: Our data showed that repeated topical administration of the selective beta 2-adrenergic agonist increased intraocular pressure and desensitized adenylyl cyclase in ciliary processes; if these two effects are related then they would support the idea of direct relationship of decreased cAMP production in ciliary processes to the increase of intraocular pressure, and vice versa. However, conclusive evidence of this suggestion and of its possible significance in another animal species or man would require further …

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