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Osumi, Keita Tokushima University
Ono, Akemi Tokushima University
Imoto, Issei Aichi Cancer Center Research Institute|Nagoya University KAKEN Search Researchers
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Journal Article
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A 1-month-old Japanese infant with cardiac rhabdomyoma was diagnosed with TSC2/PKD1 contiguous gene syndrome by targeted panel sequencing with subsequent quantitative polymerase chain reaction that revealed gross monoallelic deletion, including parts of two genes: exons 19–42 of TSC2 and exons 2–46 of PKD1. Early molecular diagnosis can help to detect bilateral renal cyst formation and multidisciplinary follow-up of this multisystem disease.
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Human Genome Variation
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2054345X
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Springer Nature
Volume
7
Start Page
21
Published Date
2020-07-16
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