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  1. How global tear proteins change after treatment of dry eye
  2. Microbiome in the gut and eye diseases
  3. Collagen crosslinking can prevent later angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis
  4. Anterior segment imaging (Optical coherence tomography) can visualise new vessels in chemical injury
  5. Refractive procedures SMILE and LASIK affect tear proteins and corneal nerves differently
  6. How tear lipid mediators change after eyelid warming?
  7. Natural products can be used to reduce fibrosis in the ocular surface
  8. Currently literature: how does COVID19 affects the eye
  9. A fast and convenient test for dry eye that can be used in developing countries
  10. How to implement telemedicine for dry eye
  11. Changes in inflammatory lipid mediators after glaucoma surgery
  12. What contributes to severity of dry eye symptoms?
  13. How to collect tears and measure the level of lipid mediators
  14. Dry eye classification proposed by Asia Dry Eye Society
  15. Dry eye epidemiology in factory workings in Bangladesh
  16. Imaging techniques for dry eye
  17. Changes in tear lipid thickness after application of lipid containing eyedrops
  18. New method of measuring cytokines in Sjogren's
  19. Effect of COVID-19 on the ocular surface
  20. Effects of HIV on ocular surface
  21. Two commercially available cyclosporin eyedrops for dry eye
  22. Thermography for detecting dry eye
  23. Treatment of dry eye in clinic reduces central staining over time
  24. Treatments available for MGD
  25. How to study wound healing in the cornea?
  26. Spatial analysis of non invasive break up
  27. Sleep and dry eye in population based study
  28. Healthcare for common eyelid disease
  29. Glaucoma formulations and effect on cultured cells
  30. Ways to reduce corneal scarring
  31. Tear biomarkers and dry eye
  32. Impression cytology technique in ocular surface
  33. Tear proteins in thyroid disease
  34. Alteration of ocular surface gene expression after glaucoma surgery
  35. Tear cytokines in the general adult population
  36. Topical allergies and blockage of eyelid margin oil glands and lactoferrin
  37. Computer-aided diagnosis of glaucoma using fundus images: A review
  38. Slow release preparation of a drug targeting KCa channels
  39. Atropine absorption in eye tissue
  40. How TG2 protein is inolved in adherence of cells
  41. Acupuncture reduces dry eye symptoms and tear TNFa
  42. Pollution and dry eye
  43. long intergenic non coding RNA and pterygium
  44. Tear Levels of 8-hydroxy-2′-deoxyguanosine
  45. Meibomian gland dysfunction and blepharokeratoconjunctivitis: spectrum of one disease?
  46. Impression membrane to harvest conjunctival epithelial cells
  47. Diabetes and tear stability
  48. Portable Tearscope applications in dry eye
  49. Patient concerns about dry eye
  50. How satisfied are people using these special wipes for the eyelid?
  51. Manage the ocular surface before cataract surgery
  52. Modalities of treating Sjogren's syndrome dry eye
  53. Lipid containing products in dry eye
  54. Multiplex tear cytokine assays
  55. Tear meniscus parameters in a population based study
  56. How long does Zika virus remain in the eye after conjunctival infection?
  57. Oxidative stress is an important disease mediating process in dry eye
  58. Review of hyaluronate in dry eye
  59. Antigens in Sjogren syndrome
  60. Impact of ophthalmic treatments on dry eye syndrome
  61. Toll like receptor signaling in ocular surface
  62. A method of obtaining cells from the eye for further analysis
  63. Consensus report: how to diagnose dry eye
  64. A rat model of autoimmune dry eye has been developed.
  65. People who are diagnosed with glaucoma tend to develop dry eye and need lubricants over time.
  66. lipids in tear
  67. Interleukin 17F in the ocular surface
  68. Incidence of dry eye symptoms in Singapore
  69. Blocking the lacrimal punctum and tear proteins
  70. Dataset of longitudinal analysis of tear cytokine levels, CD4, CD8 counts and HIV viral load in dry eye patients with HIV infection
  71. Recirculating and memory T lymphocytes in human conjunctiva
  72. Can zika virus cause problems in the eye?
  73. Diabetes and the ocular surface
  74. Dataset of tear film cytokine levels in dry eye disease (DED) patients with and without HIV infection
  75. Integrative care in dry eye
  76. Global analysis of secreted proteins in pterygium
  77. Animal models to study meibomian gland dysfunction
  78. Two methods of measuring tear stability without fluorescein dyes
  79. Lipids in dry eye and diseases of the eye surface.
  80. Tear evaporation after eyelid warming
  81. How wearing contact lens affect dry eyes.
  82. Trial of three weeks of silicon punctal plugs in dry eye
  83. Efficiency of thermal pulsation in reducing dry eye
  84. Oil containing eyedrops
  85. Imaging in diabetic maculopathy
  86. Imaging and age-related macular disease
  87. Tear meniscus measurements
  88. Dry eye and depression
  89. Automatic screening for diabetic retinopathy using color fundal pictures
  90. Image analysis in age-related macular degeneration
  91. Heat signatures and dry eye
  92. mir215 in fibrosis and pterygium
  93. Immunology of viral infections in the eye
  94. Automated diagnosis of seizures
  95. Repeatability of tear lipid thickness measurements
  96. Automatic analysis of diabetic maculopathy
  97. Ocular Surface Barrier Function
  98. More to Stable Tears Than Thickness of the Tear Film Lipid Layer
  99. A new method to assess tear proteins with mass spectrometry
  100. A new eyedrop acting on the mucous layer of the eye
  101. Ocular surface disease induced by trabeculectomy
  102. Cell morphology software in flow cytometry
  103. Dry Eye Management : What is next?
  104. Predicting response to lid warming treatment in dry eye with thermography
  105. Consultation frequency in dry eye clinic
  106. Retinal image analysis in age related macular degeneration
  107. Automated diagnosis of atrial arrhythmia
  108. Managing Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD) : 3 Techniques
  109. punctal occlusion in dry eye
  110. Screening for age related macular degeneration using retinal features
  111. can lipids in the tears change after lid warming therapy?
  112. Commercial moisture retention eye wear on dry eye
  113. Rho proteins and NFkB
  114. The eye in rheumatoid arthritis
  115. How LASIK affect tear proteins
  116. Genomics meet proteomics in pterygium
  117. Invivo confocal microscopy for the eye
  118. OCT in anterior eye diseases
  119. Tear Collection in Healthcare
  120. In vivo confocal microscopy in the eye
  121. S100 proteins in ocular surface and tear
  122. Corneal staining in dry eye
  123. Assess patients for refractive surgery
  124. Lipid structural changes in dry eye
  125. Different ways to collect human tear for lipid analysis
  126. Relationship between conjuntivochalasis and pterygium
  127. Primary and immortalised fibroblasts
  128. G proteins on the surface of the eye
  129. Analysis of meibography images
  130. EEG and seizures
  131. Transglutaminase 2 in cell adhesion
  132. Wax esters in tears and meibum
  133. Tear function in glaucoma patients
  134. German version of the BMJ article
  135. Transglutaminase 2 in cell adhesion and migration
  136. Autologous plasma in dry eye treatment
  137. Thermography, Evaporimetry and Dry eye
  138. Post LASIK with two different lasers
  139. EEG and epilepsy
  140. Dry Eye
  141. Lipid-containing Lubricants
  142. Dry Eye Lubricants
  143. Systane ultra and refresh in dry eye
  144. Epidemiology of meibomian gland dysfunction
  145. ocular surface terms and terminology
  146. phospholipase D in the eye
  147. Dry eye in systemic and ocular conditions
  148. Deep learning in meibography
  149. NFkB in the ocular surface
  150. TGFBI
  151. Cost of Dry Eye Treatment
  152. Tear enzymes and tear production
  153. Treatment of dry eye by general health workers
  154. SPARC and MMP in pterygium disease
  155. acupuncture and dry eye
  156. Daily activities Dry eye
  157. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in dry eye treatment
  158. Letter on the issue to antibody arrays
  159. Lipids in dry eye
  160. Medication affecting Dry Eye
  161. Optic disc changes in myopia
  162. How glaucoma medications affect the tear proteins
  163. acupuncture and dry eye
  164. Transglutaminase-2 fibroblasts in sclera of the eye
  165. Heidelberg retinal tomography for optic disc assessment compared to optic disc photography
  166. Epidemiology of meibomian gland dysfunction
  167. Centricollation in biological science
  168. Correction: Aberrant DNA Methylation of Matrix Remodeling and Cell Adhesion Related Genes in Pterygium
  169. DNA methylation in pterygium
  170. NFKB in pterygium
  171. transglutaminase-2 hyperosmolarity and cell death
  172. Tear proteins and meibomian gland dysfunction
  173. Meibomian gland dysfunction Marx's line
  174. Using images to detect pathological myopia
  175. Daily activities and dry eye
  176. Diet and myopia
  177. atropine and myopia
  178. pathological myopia
  179. pathological myopia
  180. The length and curvature of the eye in Singapore Malays
  181. How common is pterygium in the population?
  182. Comparison of two artificial tear formulations using aberrometry
  183. Author reply
  184. Proteomics in dry eye
  185. Comment on “The Bacterial Fermentation Product Butyrate Influences Epithelial Signaling via Reactive Oxygen Species-Mediated Changes in Cullin-1 Neddylation”: FIGURE 1.
  186. Automatic detection of pathological myopia using variational level set
  187. How common are refractive errors?
  188. Conjunctival cell lines
  189. Gene expression in pterygium
  190. Atropine for treatment of myopia
  191. Outdoor activity is associated with less myopia in children
  192. aspirin and dry eye
  193. Epidemiology study of dry eye symptoms in Singapore
  194. Erratum
  195. Cornea biomechanical characteristics measured using the Ocular Response Analyzer in Singapore children
  196. Cornea Biomechanical Characteristics and Their Correlates with Refractive Error in Singaporean Children
  197. Corneal biomechanics, thickness and optic disc morphology in children with optic disc tilt
  198. Cost burden of myopia
  199. Phospholipase D in pterygium
  200. Author reply
  201. Red green color blindness in children
  202. How living cells of the eye respond to increased osmolarity
  203. Heidelberg Retinal Tomography of Optic Disc and Nerve Fiber Layer in Singapore Children: Variations with Disc Tilt and Refractive Error
  204. Relationship of Retinal Vascular Caliber with Optic Disc Diameter in Children
  205. Atropine for treatment of myopia
  206. Transglutaminase is involved with ultraviolet light response
  207. Longitudinal Study of Anisometropia in Singaporean School Children
  208. Cornified envelop proteins in ocular surface
  209. ocular surface stress induces dry eye
  210. cataract epidemiology in Indonesia
  211. The Spin Test in Latent Nystagmus
  212. incidence rates of myopia in Singapore
  213. Incidence and Progression of Astigmatism in Singaporean Children
  214. Corneal Thickness Determination and Correlates in Singaporean Schoolchildren
  215. gonococcal keratits and deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty
  216. Relationship between visual acuity and refractive error in children
  217. Optic disc changes in myopia
  218. The relation between birth size and the results of refractive error and biometry measurements in children
  219. anisometropia prevalence in children
  220. age related macular degeneration
  221. 360 degree giant retinal tear as a result of presumed non-accidental injury
  222. A new type of tonometry: blood flow pneumotonometry
  223. Scheimpflug and A scan ultrasonography
  224. Can a cilio-retinal artery influence diabetic retinopathy?
  225. Comments on myopia in secondary school students in Tanzania
  226. Eye examination on its sensitivity and specificity among school children
  227. Prevalence of astigmatism in children
  228. aberrations and refractive error
  229. optical components of myopia
  230. prevalence of astigmatism in children
  231. color vision and diabetic macular edema
  232. TTT and CNV
  233. Association of macular involvement with proliferative retinopathy in Type 2 diabetes
  234. Detection of diabetic macular edema using the HRT
  235. Letter
  236. Improvement of reproducibility of macular volume measurements using the Heidelberg retinal tomograph
  237. Epidermolysis bullosa ocular features
  238. Cataracts HIV and CMV
  239. Dry eye syndrome
  240. Dry eye
  241. Dry eye