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Title

A large deletion in the adRP gene PRPF31: evidence that haploinsufficiency is the cause of disease

AuthorsVithana, Eranga N.; Mantel, Irmela; Holder, Graham E.; Pelosini, Lucia; Bird, Alan C.; Bhattacharya, Shom Shanker
AdvisorAbu-Safieh, Leen
Issue DateApr-2006
PublisherMolecular Vision
CitationMolecular Vision 18(12): 384-388 (2006)
Abstract[PURPOSE]: To report a large deletion that encompasses more than 90% of PRPF31 gene and two other neighboring genes in their entirety in an adRP pedigree that appears to show only the typical clinical features of retinitis pigmentosa. [METHODS]: To identify PRPF31 mutation in a dominant RP family (ADRP2) previously linked to the RP11 locus, the 14 exons of PRPF31 were screened for mutations by direct sequencing. To investigate the possibility of a large deletion, microsatellite markers near PRPF31 gene were analyzed by non-denaturing PAGE. [RESULTS]: Initial screening of PRPF31 gene in the ADRP2 family did not reveal an obvious mutation. A large deletion was however suspected due to lack of heterozygosity for nearly all PRPF31 intragenic single nucleotide polymorphysm (SNPs). In order to estimate the size of the deletion, SNPs and microsatellite markers spanning and flanking PRPF31 were analyzed in the entire ADRP2 family. Haplotype analysis with the above markers suggested a deletion of approximately 30 kb that included the putative promoter region of a novel gene OSCAR, the entire genomic content of genes NDUFA3, TFPT and more than 90% of PRPF31 gene. Sequence analysis of the region flanking the potential deletion showed a high presence of Alu elements implicating Alu mediated recombination as the mechanism responsible for this event. [CONCLUSIONS]: This mutation provides evidence that haploinsufficiency rather than aberrant function of mutated proteins is the cause of disease in these adRP patients with mutations in PRPF31 gene.
Description5 páginas, 1 figura, 1 tabla.-- et al.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.molvis.org/molvis/v12/a44/
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/40293
ISSN1090-0535
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