Photochemische Linkerstrukturen zur laserinduzierten Wirkstofffreisetzung aus polymeren Intraokularlinsen

Der Katarakt oder auch Grauer Star genannt, ist eine Erkankung des Auges, in deren Verlauf sich durch verschiedene Faktoren die ursprünglich klare Augenlinse trübt. Schätzungen gehen davon aus, dass etwa 18 Millionen Menschen ihr Sehvermögen durch Katarakt verloren haben und jährlich etwa 2 Milli...

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1. Verfasser: Liese, Julia
Beteiligte: Hampp, Norbert (Prof.) (BetreuerIn (Doktorarbeit))
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