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Autosomal dominant anterior polar cataracts associated with a familial 2;14 translocation.
  1. T Moross,
  2. S S Vaithilingam,
  3. S Styles,
  4. H A Gardner

    Abstract

    We describe a family in which autosomal dominant anterior polar cataracts are segregating in four members over three generations with an apparently balanced reciprocal translocation between chromosomes 2 and 14. We conclude that altered function of a gene or genes on chromosomes 2 or 14 are important in the embryological development of the lens.

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