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Created 20 August 2007  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition Organ with organ cavity which is connected to the optic nerve. Examples: There are only two eyeballs, the right and the left eyeballs.. (UWDA) * The organ of sight or vision. (On-line Medical Dictionary) (NCI) * organ of vision. (CSP)
Id birnlex_1169  +
Label Eye  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 1 December 2010 23:40:24  +
ModifiedDate 1 December 2010  +
SuperCategory Organ  +
Umlscui C0015392, C1280202  +
Categories Organ
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Extraocular muscle +, Retina + Is part of
National Eye Institute +, Resource:ARC Centre of Excellence in Vision Science +, Resource:AREDS2: The Age-Related Eye Disease Study 2 +, Resource:Akiyoshis illusion pages +, Resource:Arizona Biospecimen Locator +, Resource:Brain Research Centre +, Resource:Central New York Eye and Tissue Bank +, Resource:Centre for Vision Research +, Resource:CreZoo +, Resource:Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network +, Resource:EMBRYS +, Resource:EYE-EEG (combined eye-tracking & EEG) +, Resource:Embryo Images Normal and Abnormal Mammalian Development +, Resource:EyeBrowse +, Resource:EyeSite +, Resource:EyeWire +, Resource:FlyAtlas: the Drosophila gene expression atlas +, Resource:GSE27831 +, Resource:Human Tissue and Organ Resource for Research +, Resource:International AMD Genetics Consortium +, Keywords


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