On A research project that seeks to eliminate the need to dissect the inner cloud.
Cataracts occur in most people between the ages of 40 and 50.
It is one of the most common forms of visual impairment and, unfortunately, can only be reversed by splitting.
A recent experiment in mice with a new drug found that the clouds disappeared and vision improved.
Cataracts are a group of proteins that form in the lens of the eye, forming a cloud that causes vision problems.
They grow slowly as they get older and eventually need surgery to remove the lens and replace it with a new one.
A closer look at the inner cloud
I have tried drugs for cataracts in the past.
A group of compounds known as lanosterol, also known as oxysterol, has been shown to reduce protein accumulation and has been shown in dogs to reduce cloudiness.
However, researchers have not been able to prove the same results.
This means that it was successful during the experiment, but failed to record further tests.
In the new study, researchers used a different type of oxytocin called VP1-001.
They used one eye of 26 cataracted mice and watched the other nine mice.