Cat-Map

 

Cat-Map is an online chromosome map and reference database for inherited and age-related forms of cataract(s) in humans, mice, and other vertebrates maintained by the Shiels lab (1).

 

Click on the chromosome link below to scan for loci, genes, mutations/variations, phenotypes, mouse mutants and peer-reviewed publications associated with cataract. Links to the Entrez Gene and PubMed databases are provided.

 

Cat-Map Complete List

 

 

Cat-Map is for academic research purposes only. While every attempt is made to keep the information current and inclusive, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. E-mail comments, suggestions or corrections to Shiels@vision.wustl.edu

 

 

Last updated: October 2016

Curators:

      Alan Shiels Ph.D.

Thomas Bennett M.Sc.

e-mail: Shiels@vision.wustl.edu  

 

 

     1.   Shiels A, Bennett TM, and Hejtmancik JF. Cat-Map: Putting cataract on the map. Mol Vis (2010)

 

 

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