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BAK additive influence on results

Authors Shah, Lemon, Yarrow-Jenkins A

Received 28 March 2013

Accepted for publication 28 March 2013

Published 6 June 2013 Volume 2013:7 Pages 1081—1082


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Rupali D Shah, Thomas I Lemon, Ashley Yarrow-Jenkins

Institute of Medical Education, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK

This letter is in regards to Fukuda et al.1 We thank the authors for their informative contribution. The use of rabbit specimens was relevant to this study as previously alluded to by Wilhelmus, who concluded from his research that rabbit eyes were more susceptible to irritants than human eyes.2

View original paper by Fukuda and colleagues.

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