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Novel COL11A1 mutation in familial Stickler syndrome
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Kohmoto, Tomohiro Tokushima University
Tsuji, Atsumi Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Morita, Kei-ichi Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Kashimada, Kenichi Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Enomoto, Keisuke Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Morio, Tomohiro Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Harada, Hiroyuki Tokyo Medical and Dental University
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Stickler syndrome (STL) is an autosomal, dominantly inherited, clinically variable and genetically heterogeneous connective tissue disorder characterized by ocular, auditory, orofacial and skeletal abnormalities. We conducted targeted resequencing using a next-generation sequencer for molecular diagnosis of a 2-year-old girl who was clinically suspected of having STL with Pierre Robin sequence. We detected a novel heterozygous missense mutation, NM_001854.3:n.4838G>A [NM_001854.3 (COL11A1_v001):c.4520G>A], in COL11A1, resulting in a Gly to Asp substitution at position 1507 [NM_001854.3(COL11A1_i001)] within one of the collagen-like domains of the triple helical region. The same mutation was detected in her 4-year-old brother with cleft palate and high-frequency sensorineural hearing loss.
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Human Genome Variation
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2054345X
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Springer Nature
Volume
3
Start Page
16003
Published Date
2016-04-07
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