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Figure  1

Figure  1. From: Oculocutaneous Albinism Type 4 Is One of the Most Common Types of Albinism in Japan.

The diverse clinical phenotypes of patients with OCA4. Both patients are 1-year-old Japanese girls. Patient 36, with D157N and V507L mutations, has blond hair and gray-blue irides (A). Patient 51, with D157N and S90CGGCCA→GC mutations, has light yellow hair and blue irides (B). Note the milder hypopigmentation of patient 36 compared with that of patient 51.

Katsuhiko Inagaki, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2004 March;74(3):466-471.

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