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Cellular mechanisms of beta radiation inhibition of corneal wound healing CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF BETA RADIATION INHIBITION OF CORNEAL WOUND HEALING DENNIS ROBERT MORRISON A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 1970 DEDICATE . To my parents , Mr. and Mrs. Max M. Morrison, for 28 years of inspiration, encouragement and guidance The author would like to express his grraditude for the valuable assistance and guidance given him by his chairman, Dr. George K. Davis, his co-chain ', Dr. Herbert E. Kaufman and the other members of his supervisory je, Dr. Paul R. Elliott, Dr. R.E. Shirley, Dr. John Feaster and Dr. Phillip Achey. He is sincerely grateful for the council and guidance given him by his chair :. George K. Davis., during his tenure in the Cellular and Molecular Biology doctoral program. The author is especially indebted to his co-chairman Dr. Herbert E. Kaufman, of the Department of Ophthalmology, who provided the facilities and encouragement that made this research possible. In addition, a most sincere thank you is given to Dr. Kaufman for his inexhaustible enthusiasm, suggestions, insight and compassion that gave direction and inspiration to the author during the period of this research. He indeed has been the author 's mentor . The author also expresses his deep appreciation to Dr. Antonio Gasset for his invaluable assistance, instruction, enthusiasm and indoctrination in Dr. Gasset 's dynamic method of research. He is most indebted to Dr. Atsushi Kanai for his generous efforts in tutoring the author and helping him decipher the intricate intracellular world observed through the electron microscope. The author would like especially to express his deep graditude to Miss Carole Ames of the Veterans Administration Hospital Research unit for her invaluable assistance i

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