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X-linked deafness is a rare cause of hereditary isolated hearing impairment estimated as at least 1% or 2% of the non-syndromic hearing loss. To date, four loci for DFN have been identified and only one gene, POU3F4 responsible for DFN3, has been cloned. In males, DFN3 is characterized by a...
In 2003, the UK Department of Health set out the genetics white paper, a plan for action and investment with particular emphasis on integration of genetic health care into primary care. Since the delivery of the genetics white paper, there has been little exploration of UK primary care doctors'...
To study the instability of FMR1 triplet repeats in the general population, we screened a prospective sample of 24,449 anonymized mother–offspring pairs and analyzed transmissions of intermediate-size (45–54 triplets) and premutation-size (55–200 triplets) alleles. We screened all mothers...
Noonan syndrome (NS) and neurofibromatosis type I (NF1) belong to a group of clinically related disorders that share a common pathogenesis, dysregulation of the RAS-MAPK pathway. NS is characterized by short stature, heart defect, pectus deformity and facial dysmorphism, whereas skin...
Focal dermal hypoplasia (FDH), Goltz or Goltz–Gorlin syndrome, is an X-linked dominant multisystem disorder characterized primarily by involvement of the skin, skeletal system and eyes. We screened for mutations in the PORCN gene in eight patients of Belgian and Finnish origin with firm...
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