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|Abbrev||Albinism Database +|
|Availability||Written permission required +, and The community can contribute to this resource +|
|Definition||Database of mutations associated with all … Database of mutations associated with all major known forms of oculocutaneous and ocular albinism. The Albinism Database is part of the Locus Specific Mutation Databases of the Human Genome Variation Society and accepts the submission of new mutations. A link is provided for submission of new mutations. Columns in the database include: Type of Albinism, Human Locus, OMIM Link, Link to Table of Mutations and Polymorphisms, and Map of Mutation Locations. ymorphisms, and Map of Mutation Locations.|
|Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|Has role||Data set +, and Data repository +|
|Is part of||University of Minnesota; Minnesota; USA +, and Resource:HGVS Locus Specific Mutation Databases +|
|Keywords||Oculocutaneous albinism +, Deletion +, Mutation +, Polymorphism +, Pigment +, and Data Set +|
|Label||Resource:Albinism database +|
|ModifiedDate||24 November 2014 +|
|Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|Related disease||Oculocutaneous albinism +, Ocular albinism +, and Albinism +|