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Identification of myopia-associated WNT7B polymorphisms provides insights into the mechanism underlying the development of myopia.

Miyake, M., K. Yamashiro, Y. Tabara, K. Suda, S. Morooka, H. Nakanishi, C. C. Khor, P. Chen, F. Qiao, I.Nakata, Y. Akagi-Kurashige, N. Gotoh, A. Tsujikawa, A. Meguro, S. Kusuhara, O. Polasek, C. Hayward, A. F. Wright, H. Campbell, A. J. Richardson, M. Schache, M. Takeuchi, D. A. MackeyA. W. Hewitt, G. Cuellar, Y. Shi, L. Huang, Z. Yang, K. H. Leung, P. Y. Kao, M. K. Yap, S. P. Yip, M. Moriyama, K. Ohno-Matsui, N. Mizuki, S. MacGregor, V. Vitart, T. Aung, S. M. Saw, E. S. Tai, T. Y. Wong, C. Y. Cheng, P. N. Baird, R. Yamada, F. Matsuda, G. Nagahama Study and N. Yoshimura (2015). “Identification of myopia-associated WNT7B polymorphisms provides insights into the mechanism underlying the development of myopia.” Nat Commun 6: 6689. IF = 11.5

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