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Mutations of the Bardet-Biedl Syndrome Type 1 Gene (BBS2L2)

Recent update from: 12.03.2003


Phenotype Mutation Basechange Nucleotide Exon Restriction Site Classification
& Remarks
Mutation Database OMIM Reference
Sequence

0 0
The mutation data for this gene are currently not adjusted to a standardised sequence and given as reported by the authors cited.



BBS1 Glu 234 Lys G - A
08
Homozygous
Consangiuneous
Complex inheritance with homozygous BBS2L1 mutation T211I


(1)
BBS1 IVS4+1G-A AGgta - AGata 0432 IVS4
Puerto Rican
Compound:
  • E549X



(2)
BBS1 851delA GTACT - GT_CT 0851 10
Turkish
Consanguineous
Compound:
  • Homozygous



(2)
BBS1 Met 390 Arg ATG - AGG 1179 12
Puerto Rican
Northern European-American
Compound:
  • Homozygous
  • E549X
Major BBS Mutation


(2)
BBS1 Glu 549 ter GAG - TAG 1655 16
Puerto Rican
Compound:
  • Homozygous
  • M390R
  • IVS4+1G-A



(2)

References

  1. Badano,J.L., Ansley,S.J., Leitch,C.C., Lewis,R.A., Lupski,J.R., and Katsanis,N. Identification of a Novel Bardet-Biedl Syndrome Protein, BBS7, That Shares Structural Features with BBS1 and BBS2. 2003; Am.J.Hum.Genet. 72: 650-658.
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  2. Mykytyn,K., Nishimura,D.Y., Searby,C.C., Shastri,M., Yen,H.J., Beck,J.S., Braun,T., Streb,L.M., Cornier,A.S., Cox,G.F., Fulton,A.B., Carmi,R., Luleci,G., Chandrasekharappa,S.C., Collins,F.S., Jacobson,S.G., Heckenlively,J.R., Weleber,R.G., Stone,E.M., and Sheffield,V.C. Identification of the gene (BBS1) most commonly involved in Bardet-Biedl syndrome, a complex human obesity syndrome. 2002; Nat.Genet. 31: 435-438.
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