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MYP2  -  myopia 2 (high grade, autosomal dominant)

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Disease relevance of MYP2

 

High impact information on MYP2

 

Biological context of MYP2

  • Recently, the transforming growth beta-induced factor (TGIF) gene was reported to be a candidate gene for MYP2-associated high myopia in single-nucleotide polymorphism studies [6].
  • Mutation analysis of the encoded TGIF gene for MYP2 autosomal dominant high myopia did not identify sequence alterations associated with the disease phenotype [6].
  • A genomic interval of 2.2 centiMorgans (cM) was defined on chromosome band 18p11.31 using 7 families diagnosed with autosomal dominant high myopia and was designated the MYP2 locus [9].
  • Further refinement of the MYP2 locus for autosomal dominant high myopia by linkage disequilibrium analysis [10].
  • METHODS: A physical map of a contracted MYP2 interval was compiled, and gene expression studies in ocular tissues using complementary DNA library screens, microarray matches, and reverse-transcription techniques aided in prioritizing gene selection for screening [11].
 

Anatomical context of MYP2

 

Associations of MYP2 with chemical compounds

  • METHOD: In the setting of a tertiary referral center, patients with pathologic myopia in whom fluorescein and conventional ICG angiography demonstrated distinct CNV vessels supplying the subfoveal neovascular complex were submitted to focal ingrowth site treatment using a new therapeutic modality termed ICG-mediated photothrombosis [17].
  • The authors performed a prospective study of 36 eyes affected by pathologic myopia with macular subretinal neovascularization (SRNV) successfully treated with either argon green, dye orange (590 nm), or krypton red lasers [18].
 

Other interactions of MYP2

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of MYP2

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