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ABSTRACT 5,10‐Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) deficiency is the most common inherited disorder of folate metabolism and causes severe hyperhomocysteinaemia. To better understand the relationship between mutation and function, we performed molecular genetic analysis of 76 MTHFR...
ABSTRACT Adams–Oliver syndrome (AOS) is characterized by the association of aplasia cutis congenita with terminal transverse limb defects, often accompanied by additional cardiovascular or neurological features. Both autosomal‐dominant and autosomal‐recessive disease transmission have been...
ABSTRACT Novel, single‐nucleotide mutations were identified in the mitochondrial methionyl amino‐acyl tRNA synthetase gene (MARS2) via whole exome sequencing in two affected siblings with developmental delay, poor growth, and sensorineural hearing loss.We show that compound heterozygous...
ABSTRACT Although the benefits of next‐generation sequencing (NGS) for the diagnosis of heterogeneous diseases such as intellectual disability (ID) are undisputed, there is little consensus on the relative merits of targeted enrichment, whole‐exome sequencing (WES) or whole‐genome...
ABSTRACT Mutations in the SCN1A gene have been identified in epilepsy patients with widely variable phenotypes and modes of inheritance and in asymptomatic carriers. This raises challenges in evaluating the pathogenicity of SCN1A mutations. We systematically reviewed all SCN1A mutations and...
ABSTRACT NR2E3 encodes the photoreceptor‐specific nuclear hormone receptor that acts as a repressor of cone‐specific gene expression in rod photoreceptors, and as an activator of several rod‐specific genes. Recessive variants located in the ligand‐binding domain (LBD) of NR2E3 cause...
ABSTRACT Knowledge about features distinguishing deleterious and neutral variations is crucial for interpretation of novel variants. Bruton tyrosine kinase (BTK) contains the highest number of unique disease‐causing variations among the human protein kinases, still it is just 10% of all the...
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