Journal of Farming
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Researchers from Chulalongkorn University report recent findings in veterinary ophthalmology
February 12th, 2009
According to a study from Bangkok, Thailand, "The objective of this study was to examine the effect of topically applied human amniotic epithelial cell (HAEC) culture supernatant on corneal inflammatory reaction in dogs. Twenty-five dogs were randomly assigned into five groups."
"The control group consisted of five dogs with normal cornea. Inductions of corneal ulcers were performed using 0.45 cm trephine and human amniotic membrane was transplanted in 20 dogs. These 20 dogs were assigned into four treatment groups: topical antibiotic, topical corticosteroid, topical mock media and topical culture supernatant from HAEC, respectively. Administrations of the testing agents...
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Source: Journal of Farming (2009-02-12)