1 <u>Observations on the Crystalline Lens</u> This research, having for its final object the explanation of conditions which prevent or determine the occurrence of cataractous processes in the crystalline lens, was undertaken with a view to studying some of the fundamental physio-chemical relations existing between the lens itself, its containing capsule and the fluids bathing it. Whenever possible, the lenses of dogs, cats or rabbits, removed immediately after death on the operating table, were used; but in many cases, these could not be obtained in sufficient numbers and the lenses of ox-eyes from the slaughter house had to be used.
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- Clare Harris
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Some observations on the crystalline lens , From The Royal Society, MS/165
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