Description - Development of the Ocular Lens by Frank J. Lovicu
This book provides a comprehensive view of research in lens developmental biology, emphasising technical and molecular breakthroughs. Elucidation of the mechanisms that govern lens development has enabled us to understand how the normal lens forms and how developmental processes are involved in the maintenance of its normal structure, function and growth throughout life. This knowledge is fundamental to our understanding of many lens disorders. The ocular lens has also become a model for understanding the developmental biology of more complex organ systems. In this 2004 book, leading experts in lens cell biology and development discuss lens evolution, induction, morphology, the regulation of the lens cell cycle and fiber cell differentiation, as well as lens regeneration. This book is an authoritative treatment of the subject that will serve as a reference for graduate students and research scientists in developmental biology and in the visual sciences, as well as for ophthalmologists.
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Author Biography - Frank J. Lovicu
Frank J. Lovicu is a Senior Lecturer at the Save Sight Institute and in the Department of Anatomy and Histology, Institute for Biomedical Research, at the University of Sydney, Australia. He currently heads the Lens Research Laboratory in the Department of Anatomy & Histology, where he studies the role of growth factors in regulating normal and aberrant lens cell behavior. Michael L. Robinson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at The Ohio State University, USA. He also heads the Transgenic and Embryonic Stem Cell Core Facility at Columbus Children's Research Institute. Dr Robinson's research is focused on the role of FGF receptor signaling during lens fiber cell differentiation.