OMIA 000202-10042 : Coat colour, albinism in Peromyscus maniculatus
In other species: domestic cat , cattle , dog , rabbit , sheep , Sumatran tiger , western chorus frog , grass carp , golden hamster , gray short-tailed opossum , raccoon , meadow voles , water buffalo , Arizona pocket mouse , nutria , eastern chipmunk , rufous rat-kangaroo , hippopotamus , hares , northern pocket gopher , ass , Japanese medaka , rainbow trout , brown bear , American mink , grivet , goldfish , Campbell's desert hamster , humpback whale , axolotl , African clawed frog , turkey vulture , American black bear , domestic ferret , pig , domestic guinea pig , Tufted capuchin , dark-spotted frog , Japanese wrinkled frog , Rice frog , Bornean orangutan , lion , Mongolian gerbil Possibly relevant human trait(s) and/or gene(s) (MIM number): 203100 Mendelian trait/disorder: unknown Considered a defect: yes Cross-species summary: Congenital lack of pigment in all parts of the body. Due to a non-functional form of the enzyme tyrosinase. Also known as Oculocutaneous albinism (OCA)
Note: the references are listed in reverse chronological order (from the most recent year to the earliest year), and alphabetically by first author within a year.
|1936||Clark, F.H. :|
|Linkage of pink-eye and albinism in the deer-mouse Journal of Heredity 27:256-260, 1936.|
|1917||Sumner, F.B. :|
|Several colour mutations in mice of the genus Peromyscus Genetics 2:291-300, 1917.|
- Created by Frank Nicholas on 06 Sep 2005