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Genetic Predisposition to Disease. Vision Disorders -. Zrenner. such as cytokines.[PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] Subject: Genetics. a productive avenue will open up for deciphering the aetiological heterogeneity of myopia and the biological pathways underlying its development.1007/s00018-004-4353-z 26 July 2013 Page 3 of 5 ProQuest . Vision Disorders -. Broghammer. Tight environmental influence is exemplified by defocus-induced myopia produced in animal models.genetics (major).genetics (major) Publication title: Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences Volume: 62 Issue: 7-8 Pages: 800-8 Publication year: 2005 Publication date: Apr 2005 Year: 2005 Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media Place of publication: Basel Country of publication: Netherlands Publication subject: Sciences: Comprehensive Works ISSN: 1420-682X Source type: Scholarly Journals Language of publication: English Document type: Journal Article Document feature: References DOI: http://dx. particular interest focussing on scleral extracellular matrix proteins and developmental genes of the eye. E. As high-throughput technology for largescale genotyping and RNA expression analysis enters the field of myopia research.doi.complications. Ocular.physiopathology. Myopia -. C M Publication info: Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 62. Myopia -. (major).org/10. F K.physiopathology. Genotype & phenotype MeSH: Animals. while genetic factors predominate in familial occurrence of myopia with a Mendelian inheritance pattern. Pusch. Vision Disorders -. in myopia development has been indicated through various lines of investigation.complications. Refraction. Its aetiology is complex and is likely to involve the interaction of environmental and genetic influences. Genetic linkage. Humans. Myopia -. ProQuest document link Abstract: Myopia is a refractive error of the eye that has a significant socioeconomic impact due to its increasing prevalence and the fact that it causes visual impairment. The involvement of numerous mediators.7-8 (Apr 2005): 800-8. M. Myopia. neurotransmitters and transcription factors.Document 1 of 1 A genetic perspective on myopia Author: Jacobi.

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