|Dataset||HPO Gene-Disease Associations|
|Category||disease or phenotype associations|
|Description||Fiber splitting or branching is a common finding in human and rat skeletal muscle pathology. Fiber splitting refers to longitudinal halving of the complete fiber, while branching originates from a regenerating end of a necrotic fiber as invaginations of the sarcolemma. In fiber branching, one end of the fiber remains intact as a single entity, while the other end has several branches. (Human Phenotype Ontology, HP_0003555)|
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8 genes associated with the muscle fiber splitting phenotype by mapping known disease genes to disease phenotypes from the HPO Gene-Disease Associations dataset.