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10.1002/humu.21306.abs An amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) mutation database has been constructed as a publicly accessible online resource for recording the nucleotide and amino acid variants identified in genes associated with ALS, along with corresponding clinical conditions. The database...
10.1002/humu.21317.abs Genetic disorders are often caused by nonsynonymous nucleotide changes in one or more genes associated with the disease. Specific amino acid changes, however, can lead to large variability of phenotypic expression. For many genetic disorders this results in an increasing...
10.1002/humu.21322.abs Hyper‐IgM syndrome and Common Variable Immunodeficiency are heterogeneous disorders characterized by a predisposition to serious infection and impaired or absent neutralizing antibody responses. Although a number of single gene defects have been associated with these...
10.1002/humu.21310.abs The Snyder‐Robinson syndrome is caused by missense mutations in the spermine sythase gene that encodes a protein (SMS) of 529 amino acids. Here we investigate, in silico, the molecular effect of three missense mutations, c.267G>A (p.G56S), c.496T>G (p.V132G), and c.550T>C...
10.1002/humu.21307.abs ATP:cob(I)alamin adenosyltransferase (ATR, E.C.184.108.40.206) converts reduced cob(I)alamin to the adenosylcobalamin cofactor. Mutations in the MMAB gene encoding ATR are responsible for the cblB type methylmalonic aciduria. Here we report the functional analysis of five cblB...
10.1002/humu.21313.abs Analysis of the literature reporting p53 mutations shows that 8% of report display typographical mistakes with a notable increase in recent years. These errors are sometimes isolated, but in some cases, they concern several or even all mutations described in a single...
10.1002/humu.21315.abs We have previously shown that mutations in the genes encoding DNA Ligase IV (LIGIV) and RAD50, involved in DNA repair by nonhomologous‐end joining (NHEJ) and homologous recombination, respectively, lead to clinical and cellular features similar to those of Nijmegen...
10.1002/humu.21320.abs Variants of unknown significance in the CAPN3 gene constitute a significant challenge for genetic counselling. Despite the frequency of intronic nucleotide changes in this gene (15‐25% of all mutations), so far their pathogenicity has only been inferred by in‐silico...
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