Table 1

Subject demographic information
Subjects Age Sexe Onset Duration LP Causes of blindness
EB1 19 M 0 19 Yes Leber’s congenital amaurosis
EB2 22 M 0 22 No Leber’s congenital amaurosis
EB3 46 F 0 46 Yes Rubella
EB4 35 M 0 35 No Retinal detachment
EB5 39 M 0 39 No Retinitis pigmentosa
EB6 31 M 0 31 No Congenital glaucoma
EB7 35 M 0 35 Yes Leber’s congenital amaurosis
EB8 22 F 0 22 No Retinal detachment
LB1 24 F 17 7 Yes Glaucoma
LB2 40 M 21 19 No Unknown
LB3 47 F 27 20 Yes Ischemic retinopathy
LB4 22 M 16 6 Yes Retinitis pigmentosa
LB5 57 M 33 24 Yes Medical accident (retina damage)
LB6 42 M 15 27 No Congenital cataracts and glaucoma
LB7 47 F 20 27 No Glaucoma and aniridia

The ‘Onset’ column refers to the age at which the subjects lost their sight. The ‘Duration’ column refers to the number of years that the subjects have been blind. The ‘LP’ column indicates whether subjects still had any residual light perception.

Voss et al.

Voss et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:113   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-113

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