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Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR


Musani, Vesna; Basta-Juzbašić, Aleksandra; Gorry, Philippe; Levanat, Sonja
Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR // European Journal of Human Genetics / van Ommen G-J B (ur.).
The Netherlands: Thomson, 2007. str. 273-274 (poster, nije recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR

Autori
Musani, Vesna ; Basta-Juzbašić, Aleksandra ; Gorry, Philippe ; Levanat, Sonja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
European Journal of Human Genetics / Van Ommen G-J B - The Netherlands : Thomson, 2007, 273-274

Skup
European Human Genetics Conference 2007

Mjesto i datum
Nica, Francuska, 16.-19.6.2007

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Nije recenziran

Ključne riječi
Gorlin syndrome; PTCH gene; Hh-Gli signaling; deletion; multiplex PCR

Sažetak
Gorlin syndrome or Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndrome (NBCCS) is a rare autosomal dominant disorder characterized by developmental abnormalities, cysts of the skin, jaws, and mesentery and cancer predisposition to basal cell carcinomas (BCC), medulloblastomas, meningiomas, fibromas of the ovaries and heart. The syndrome is caused by mutations in the human homolog of the Drosophila patched gene, PTCH. PTCH is a tumor supressor gene, located at 9q22.3, and encodes a 12 transmembrane glycoprotein that acts as an antagonist in the Hedgehog signaling pathway. We present a Gorlin syndrome patient with typical phenothypical features of widespread basal cell carcinomas, jaw malformations, strabismus and mental retardation, with family history that beside basal cell carcinomas includes lung cancer and gastrointestinal carcinomas. Since we found no mutations in exons of PTCH gene with conventional methods of SSCP, dHPLC screening and direct sequencing, we developed a new method of semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR with polymorphic markers surrounding PTCH gene. With this method we defined a deletion of 4.5 Mb in size between markers SHGC- 110746 and SHGC-132418 (9q22.3-9q31.1).Those results confirm previously reported findings that large deletions in PTCH region may also cause Gorlin syndrome through haploinsuficiency of PTCH gene.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Temeljne medicinske znanosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
098-0982464-2461 - Prijenos signala u tumorima: Hh-Gli put, interakcije i potencijalne terapije (Sonja Levanat, )

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Musani, Vesna; Basta-Juzbašić, Aleksandra; Gorry, Philippe; Levanat, Sonja
Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR // European Journal of Human Genetics / van Ommen G-J B (ur.).
The Netherlands: Thomson, 2007. str. 273-274 (poster, nije recenziran, sažetak, znanstveni)
Musani, V., Basta-Juzbašić, A., Gorry, P. & Levanat, S. (2007) Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR. U: van Ommen G-J B (ur.)European Journal of Human Genetics.
@article{article, year = {2007}, pages = {273-274}, keywords = {Gorlin syndrome, PTCH gene, Hh-Gli signaling, deletion, multiplex PCR}, title = {Detection of large deletion of 4.5 Mb in PTCH region in a Croatian Gorlin syndrome sace by semi-quantitative fluorescent multiplex PCR}, keyword = {Gorlin syndrome, PTCH gene, Hh-Gli signaling, deletion, multiplex PCR}, publisher = {Thomson}, publisherplace = {Nica, Francuska} }

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