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Type 2 Gaucher disease in an infant despite a normal maternal glucocerebrosidase gene.

著者 Hagege E , Grey RJ , Lopez G , Roshan Lal T , Sidransky E , Tayebi N
Am J Med Genet A.2017 Nov 01 ; ():.
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Gaucher disease (GD) is a recessively inherited autosomal lysosomal storage disease, the most severe of which is type 2, an acute neuronopathic form. We report an affected infant who inherited one mutant allele, Arg257Gln (c.887G>A; p.Arg296Gln) from his father, while the second, Gly202Arg (c.721G>A; p.Gly241Arg) arose by either maternal germline mosaicism or as a de novo mutation. This is the first time mutation Gly202Arg has been reported to be inherited non-traditionally. This report is part of a growing literature suggesting that GD can be inherited via germline or de novo mutations, and emphasizes that it is critical for clinicians to consider such inheritance when making diagnostic decisions or providing genetic counseling.
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