Deep intronic homozygous variation in PSMC3 causes a syndromic neurosensory disorder combining deafness and cataract

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001003942 Other

Study Description

The association of congenital deafness and early-onset cataracts inherited as a recessive trait is a rare combination described in only a few syndromes with very few genes identified to date. We propose that the PSMC3 proteasome subunit dysfunction leads to a novel human syndrome that includes early-onset cataracts and deafness and suggest that Rpt5 plays a major role in inner ear and lens development.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
Disease: Severe congenital deafness, early onset cataracts and various neurological features Family: 3 affected individuals originated from the same small village (Amarat) in the Kayseri region of Turkey and belonging to the same large extended consanguineous family. Dataset: 5 BAM files. Whole-genome sequencing (WGS) was applied to the three affected individuals (II.2, II.4 and II.7) and two healthy individuals (II.1 and II.3).
Illumina HiSeq 2000 5

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