Ted Reid

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Dr. Reid is a Professor in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Vision Science and Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Texas Tech University. He has extensive experience as a biochemist and cell biologist in investigating the modulation of cell growth and wound healing processes. Recently, he has undertaken investigations concerning the structure/function relationships of neuropeptides as they relate to a variety of physiological functions.

Recent Publications

2023

Minocycline and Diacetyl Minocycline Eye Drops Reduce Ocular Neovascularization in Mice
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Antimicrobial Coatings for Medical Textiles via Reactive Organo-Selenium Compounds
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2022

The Potential Antiviral Effects of Selenium Nanoparticles and Coated Surfaces
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Efficacy of organo-selenium-incorporated urinary catheter tubing for in vitro growth inhibition of E. coli, K. pneumoniae, P. aeruginosa, and H. influenzae
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An <em>in vitro</em> Study of Betadine's Ability to Eliminate Live Bacteria on the Eye: Should It Be Used for Protection against Endophthalmitis?
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Organo-selenium containing dental sealant inhibits biofilm formation by oral bacteria
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Effects of Dexamethasone on DNA Synthesis in Lens Epithelial Cells Are Dependent on Cell Type and Growth Factor
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2021

The Use of an Organo-Selenium Peptide to Develop New Antimicrobials That Target a Specific Bacteria
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2020

Organo-Selenium-Containing Polyester Bandage Inhibits Bacterial Biofilm Growth on the Bandage and in the Wound
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2019

Comparative Efficacy in Preventing Plaque Formation around Pit and Fissure Sealants: A Clinical Trial
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Efficacy of a silver colloidal gel against selected oral bacteria <em>in vitro</em>
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2018

The Effect of Topical Substance-P Plus Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) on Epithelial Healing After Photorefractive Keratectomy in Rabbits
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2017

Organo-Selenium Coatings Inhibit Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacterial Attachment to Ophthalmic Scleral Buckle Material
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2016

A Novel Organo-Selenium Bandage that Inhibits Biofilm Development in a Wound by Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Wound Pathogens
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2015

The ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a urethane bandage to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation in a mouse wound model
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2014

A study on the ability of quaternary ammonium groups attached to a polyurethane foam wound dressing to inhibit bacterial attachment and biofilm formation
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2013

Inhibition of otopathogenic biofilms by organoselenium-coated tympanostomy tubes
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2011

An organoselenium compound inhibits Staphylococcus aureus biofilms on hemodialysis catheters in vivo
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Growth factors in aqueous humor
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2010

What a study of pterygia teaches us about the cornea? Molecular mechanisms of formation
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Doxycycline's effect on ocular angiogenesis: an in vivo analysis
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