IECs were resuspended in concentrated SC-CM-DMEM or DMEM at a density of 1 × 107 cells/ml. A total of 2 μl of medium containing cells was homogeneously mixed with 2 μl of 1% gelatin (Aladdin, Shanghai, China). The mixture was injected into the corneas of eight anesthetized 8-week-old female Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats according to the groups (4 rats per group), which were purchased from the Experimental Center of Southern Medical University (Guangzhou, China). After 12 days, the rats were sacrificed and perfused with waterproof drawing ink (Zhonghua, Shanghai, China) by intracardiac injection. The eyes were fixed with 10% neutralized buffered formalin, and then the corneas were excised to observe angiogenesis. Vascular segments were quantified by the ImageJ 1.4.3 software in random fields in quadruplicate samples.

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