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Recent update from: 29.06.04

A huge set of proteins has been identified to be damaged by mutations in their genes underlying hereditary retinal disorders. Current research has put the focus on the description of protein function and biochemical pathways to develop causal therapies. In the following pages we wish to give an overview of interactions between various proteins involved in retinal disorders. Individual data on the proteins described here can be found at the protein database .
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Retina International Logo The Visual Cascade Retina International Logo Controlling and Supplying the Visual Cascade
Retina International Logo Transcription Factors Retina International Logo Growth Factors
Retina International Logo Maintaining the Structural Integrity of Retinal Cells and Tissues Retina International Logo Cellular Trafficking
Retina International Logo Proteins of Unknown Function Underlying Retinal Disorders Retina International Logo . . .

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Dr. rer. medic. Markus Preising, Dipl.Biol.
Molecular Genetics Laboratory
Department of Paediatric Ophthalmology, Strabismology and Ophthalmogenetics
University of Regensburg
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