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21 September 2020
A novel variant in ALMS1 in a patient with Alström syndrome and prenatal diagnosis for the fetus in the family: A case report and literature review.
Mol Med Rep. 2020 Jul 31;:
Authors: Zhou C, Xiao Y, Xie H, Liu S, Wang J
Alström syndrome (AS) is a type of monogenic syndromic ciliopathy disease. The main clinical features of AS include cone‑rod malnutrition, sensorineural hearing loss, metabolic dysfunctions and
Joubert Syndrome: A Molar Tooth Sign in Disguise.
Cureus. 2020 Aug 13;12(8):e9718
Authors: Shaik L, Ravalani A, Nelekar S, Gorijala VK, Shah K
Joubert syndrome (JS) is a rare genetic ciliopathy characterized by the aplasia or malformation of the midbrain and or hindbrain structures. It usually manifests during the early stages with nonspecific neurological symptoms that progress to involve multiple systems. Its
Nat Rev Dis Primers. 2020 Sep 17;6(1):76
PMID: 32943641 [PubMed - in process]
Nat Rev Dis Primers. 2020 Sep 17;6(1):77
Authors: Wallmeier J, Nielsen KG, Kuehni CE, Lucas JS, Leigh MW, Zariwala MA, Omran H
Motile cilia are highly complex hair-like organelles of epithelial cells lining the surface of various organ systems. Genetic mutations (usually with autosomal recessive inheritance) that impair ciliary beating cause a variety of motile ciliopathies, a heterogeneous group of