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Guoji Yanke Zazhi
Some studies have shown that the glycocalyx barrier formed by highly glycosylated mucin and galectin-3 in the epithelial cells of the eyeball is important for the maintenance of moisturization and lubrication of the surface of the eye. The decrease in the wettability of the eye surface and the shortening of the tear film breakup time in dry eye patients are closely related to the damage of the glycocalyx barrier. This article outlines the composition of the glycocalyx barrier on ocular surfacedoi:10.3980/j.issn.1672-5123.2020.5.12 doaj:cbb3d513e1c14ee1be288df2924e6af1 fatcat:6257qak7tracdgw2fm3demhr4u