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Colored Antioxidant Coated Contact Lenses Helps Prevent UV Damage in Rat Eyes

Michael Berger writing in NanoWerk describes research with rats using coated contact lenses containing nanoparticles acting like antioxidant enzymes capable of destroying reactive oxygen species such as created by ultraviolet light exposure. The result is longer periods of eye health. (Nanowerk Spotlight) The surface of the eye is delicate and susceptible to damage from factors…

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