J. Wayne Streilein

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J. Wayne Streilein (Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 19 June 1935 – 2004) was a scientist whose main area of research was the ocular immune system.[1] He is known particularly for studying the mechanisms that keep the cornea avascular despite the inflammatory and other stimuli that usually promote small blood vessel ingrowth; these peculiar corneal mechanisms provide the basis for what is known as the "corneal antiangiogenic privilege".

Books[edit]

  • Immunology: A Programmed Text by Wayne J. Streilein (Hardcover - May 1977)
  • Kaplan, Henry S.; J. Wayne Streilein; Jerry Y. Niederkorn (2007). Immune Response and the Eye (Chemical Immunology). S. Karger AG (Switzerland). ISBN 3-8055-8187-4. 
  • Immune Privilege, Sites, Tissues, Strategies and Diseases (Medical Intelligence Unit Series) by J. Wayne Streilein (Hardcover - Jan 1997)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Professor J. Wayne Streilein, 1935–2004 by Santa Jeremy Ono. Immunology. 2004 June; 112(2): 339–340. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2567.2004.01892.x.

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