Open angle glaucoma 1C
Open angle glaucoma 1C is a disease that manifests in early adulthood. Although hereditary its genetic cause is not completely discovered. Genetic localization is the 8q23 region.
Avramopoulos D et. al. (1996) Exclusion of one pedigree affected by adult onset primary open angle glaucoma from linkage to the juvenile glaucoma locus on chromosome 1q21-q31.[^]
Wirtz MK et. al. (1997) Mapping a gene for adult-onset primary open-angle glaucoma to chromosome 3q.[^]
Kitsos G et. al. (2001) Genetic linkage of autosomal dominant primary open angle glaucoma to chromosome 3q in a Greek pedigree.[^]
Samples JR et. al. (2004) Refining the primary open-angle glaucoma GLC1C region on chromosome 3 by haplotype analysis.[^]