Pathogenic variants of DYNC2H1, KIAA0556, and PTPN11 associated with hypothalamic hamartoma.

Affiliation

From the Departments of Human Genetics (A.F., S. Mitsuhashi, T.M., A.T., S. Miyatake, N. Miyake, N. Matsumoto) and Neurosurgery (M.S.), Yokohama City University Graduate School of Medicine; Departments of Functional Neurosurgery (T.H., H. Shirozu, H.M., M.F., S.K.) and Child Neurology (J.T.), Epilepsy Center, National Hospital Organization Nishiniigata Chuo Hospital Niigata, Japan; Department of Pediatrics and Neurology (M.S.), Wayne State University, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit Medical Center; Department of Pediatrics (M.K.), Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo; Department of Biochemistry (M.N., H. Saitsu), Hamamatsu University School of Medicine; and Clinical Research Institute (Y.T.), Kanagawa Children's Medical Center, Yokohama, Japan. [Email]

Abstract

Intensive genetic analysis was performed to reveal comprehensive molecular insights into hypothalamic hamartoma (HH).

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