achromatopsia


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achromatopsia

(eɪˌkrəʊməˈtɒpsɪə)
n
a visual disorder defined by deficient or absent function in the retinal cones, resulting in colour blindness and in decreased vision in bright lights

achromatopsy, achromatopsia

color blindness. Also called acritochromacy.
See also: Color, Eyes
Translations

ach·ro·ma·top·si·a

, achromatopsy[MIM*216900, 262300 & 603096]
n. acromatopsia, ceguera cromática.
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After mutational analysis, clinical re-evaluation revealed that both families were segregating autosomal recessive achromatopsia. Further, the topological model of the cyclic nucleotide-gated channel alpha-3 polypeptide describes these missense mutations primarily affecting the C-linker and cyclic guanosine monophosphate-binding sites, respectively.
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