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Do age-related macular degeneration genes show association with keratoconus?

Eye and Vision

Dec 11, 2019

Ke CaoPaul N Baird

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Keratoconus (KC) is a common corneal condition with an unknown gender predominance. Although numerous studies have investigated the genetic component of KC, no specific genes have yet been attributed to the condition. We recently reported posterior segment changes occurring in the eyes ...read more

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RAD51B
Pathogenesis
Inactivator Chemotaxis (Function)
Hepatic Lipase Deficiency (Disorder)
Clinic
COL8A1 gene
Genes
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CETP protein, human
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Do age-related macular degeneration genes show association with keratoconus?

Eye and Vision

Dec 11, 2019

Ke CaoPaul N Baird

PMID: 31819893

DOI: 10.1186/s40662-019-0164-z

Abstract

Keratoconus (KC) is a common corneal condition with an unknown gender predominance. Although numerous studies have investigated the genetic component of KC, no specific genes have yet been attributed to the condition. We recently reported posterior segment changes occurring in the eyes ...read more

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RAD51B
Pathogenesis
Inactivator Chemotaxis (Function)
Hepatic Lipase Deficiency (Disorder)
Clinic
COL8A1 gene
Genes
Research Subject
CETP protein, human
1

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