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Wang, Kehao, Hoshino, Masato, Uesugi, Kentaro, Yagi, Naoto, Young, Robert D., Frost, Bethany E., Regini, Justyn W., Quantock, Andrew J. and PIERSCIONEK, Barbara (2020) Cell compaction is not required for the development of gradient refractive index profiles in the embryonic chick lens. Experimental Eye Research. p. 108112. ISSN 00144835

Wang, Kehao, Venetsanos, Demetrios T., Hoshino, Masato, Uesugi, Kentaro, Yagi, Naoto and PIERSCIONEK, Barbara (2020) A Modeling Approach for Investigating Opto-Mechanical Relationships in the Human Eye Lens. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 67 (4). pp. 999-1006. ISSN 0018-9294

Wang, Kehao, Vorontsova, Irene, Hoshino, Masato, Uesugi, Kentaro, Yagi, Naoto, Hall, James E., Schilling, Thomas F. and PIERSCIONEK, Barbara (2020) Optical development in the zebrafish eye lens. The FASEB Journal. ISSN 0892-6638

Cheng, Catherine, Parreno, Justin, Nowak, Roberta B., Biswas, Sondip K., Wang, Kehao, Hoshino, Masato, Uesugi, Kentaro, Yagi, Naoto, Moncaster, Juliet A., Lo, Woo-Kuen, PIERSCIONEK, Barbara and Fowler, Velia M. (2019) Age-related changes in eye lens biomechanics, morphology, refractive index and transparency. Aging, 11 (24). pp. 12497-12531. ISSN 1945-4589

Bahrami, Mehdi, Hoshino, Masato, PIERSCIONEK, Barbara, Yagi, Naoto, Regini, Justyn and Uesugi, Kentaro (2015) Refractive index degeneration in older lenses: A potential functional correlate to structural changes that underlie cataract formation. Experimental Eye Research, 140. pp. 19-27. ISSN 00144835

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