Laboratory for Molecular Diagnostics
Center for Nephrology and Metabolic Disorders

Open angle glaucoma 1M

Open angle glaucoma 1M is a disease that manifests in early adulthood. Although hereditary its genetic cause is not completely discovered. Genetic localization is the 5q22.1-q32 chromosomal region.

Systematic

Open angle glaucoma 1
Open angle glaucoma 1A
Open angle glaucoma 1B
Open angle glaucoma 1C
Open angle glaucoma 1D
Open angle glaucoma 1E
Open angle glaucoma 1F
Open angle glaucoma 1G
Open angle glaucoma 1H
Open angle glaucoma 1I
Open angle glaucoma 1J
Open angle glaucoma 1K
Open angle glaucoma 1L
Open angle glaucoma 1M
Open angle glaucoma 1N
Open angle glaucoma 1O
Open angle glaucoma 1P

References:

1.

Wang DY et al. (2004) Absence of myocilin and optineurin mutations in a large Philippine family with juvenile onset primary open angle glaucoma.

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Pang CP et al. (2006) A genome-wide scan maps a novel juvenile-onset primary open angle glaucoma locus to chromosome 5q.

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Fan BJ et al. (2007) Fine mapping of new glaucoma locus GLC1M and exclusion of neuregulin 2 as the causative gene.

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OMIM.ORG article

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Update: April 29, 2019