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Term:vertebrate eye-specific patterning
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Accession:GO:0150064 term browser browse the term
Definition:Early postnatal vertebrate developmental process, during which axons of retinal ganglion cells (RGCs), transmitting overlapping inputs from both eyes, segregate into distinct eye-specific non-overlapping regions in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dLGN) of the thalamus.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: vertebrate eye-specific segregation
 broad_synonym: eye-specific patterning;   eye-specific segregation
 related_synonym: binocular vision development

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Symbol Object Name Qualifiers Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
G C1qa complement C1q A chain ISO (MGI:3801262|PMID:18083105) RGD PMID:18083105 MGI:3801262 NCBI chr 5:155,261,254...155,264,101
Ensembl chr 5:155,261,250...155,264,143
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G C3 complement C3 involved_in IEA
PMID:18083105 GO_REF:0000107 MGI:3801262 NCBI chr 9:9,721,137...9,747,084
Ensembl chr 9:9,721,105...9,747,167
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G Itgam integrin subunit alpha M ISO (MGI:6189359|PMID:22632727) RGD PMID:22632727 MGI:6189359 NCBI chr 1:199,495,312...199,545,738
Ensembl chr 1:199,495,298...199,623,960
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                vertebrate eye-specific patterning 3
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