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23:12, 23 September 2012 Comparison of phenotypes with PAX6 gene mutation in different animals.png (file) 291 KB Representation of phenotypes. Phenotypes of wild-type (top) and PAX6 ortholog mutations (bottom) in human, mouse, zebrafish, and fly can be described with the EQ method. EQ annotations of the abnormal phenotypes are listed below each set of images per org 1
22:47, 23 September 2012 Unilateral microphthalmia patient with delection of SOX2 gene.png (file) 126 KB This is a patient with micophthalmia and was caused by the deletion of the SOX2 gene sequence. When compared to his parents, the absence of the gene sequence is more obvious (red arrow), whereas in his parent's genome, the SOX2 gene is normal and present. 1
19:47, 18 September 2012 Ocular prosthesis.png (file) 359 KB Author of the image: Etan J. Tal Licensing I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following license: This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. You are free: to share – to copy, di 1
18:27, 17 September 2012 Summary of the genes associated with anophthalmia and microphthalmia.png (file) 41 KB Table 2: Ocular phenotypes associated with gene mutations linked to anophthalmia/microphthalmia. © 2007 Verma and FitzPatrick; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Li 2
23:06, 16 September 2012 Clinical appearance of anophthalmia and microphthalmia.png (file) 98 KB Clinical appearance of anophthalmia (upper picture) and microphthalmia (lower picture). © 2007 Verma and FitzPatrick; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (h 2
18:48, 16 September 2012 Images of congenital hereditary cataracts due to mutations of crystallin genes.png (file) 118 KB Slit-lamp photographs of the eye of the proband. Slit lamp photographs of the eye of the proband (III:3). A: Front view of the eye of the proband, showing cataract phenotype. B: Slit lamp view of the len of the proband. Lens opacities were mainly located 1
04:12, 16 September 2012 Appearance of cornea due to CHED.png (file) 85 KB Congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy. A markedly opaque cornea due to stromal edema secondary to defective endothelial cells (Courtesy of Dr. Ahmed A. Hidajat). Congenital dystrophies <ref> Klintworth, GK, '''Corneal dystrophies''' Orphanet J Rare 4
03:41, 16 September 2012 Appearance of cornea due to CHED.jpeg (file) 73 KB Congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy. A markedly opaque cornea due to stromal edema secondary to defective endothelial cells (Courtesy of Dr. Ahmed A. Hidajat). Copyright © 2009 Klintworth; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access arti 1
17:38, 4 August 2012 Degradation of oocytes by sperm proteasomes.png (file) 125 KB Degradation of Intact Oocyte Zonae by Isolated Sperm Proteasomes. Maturing ova were incubated with purified sperm proteasomes for four hours with non-activated (a, b) or heat activated (c, d) sperm proteosomes, fertilized in vitro, and processed with ant 1