Corneal Keratocytes are neural-crest derived mesenchymal cells that populate the corneal stroma. The stroma is comprised of a type I and type V collagen fibers arranged as lamellae, makes up majority of the corneal thickness responsible for promoting corneal transparency. Upon corneal injury, keratocytes are stimulated to either undergo apoptosis or transition into repair phenotypes to promote corneal regeneration. Corneal Keratocytes could be used as an in vitro model system to study keratocyte differentiation, injury and related corneal diseases.
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