Meier-gorlin Syndrome - Mgs

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Meier-gorlin Syndrome - Mgs

A human gene placed in fruit flies reveals details about a human developmental disorder. Meier-Gorlin syndrome, or MGS, is a rare genetic developmental disorder that causes dwarfism, small ears, a small brain, missing patella and other skeletal abnormalities. One mutation causing MGS, first reported in 2017, is a Lysine 23 to Glutamic acid (K23E) substitution in the gene for Orc6. Researchers have now put that mutant human gene into fruit flies to probe the function of Orc6 K23E. Source 3c.

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Meier-gorlin Syndrome - Mgs
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Meir Gorlin Syndrome (SMG) (#224690), is also known as “ear-patella-low stature” syndrome. It is mainly caused by a mutation in the ORC1 gene, located on chromosome 1p32. It presents genetic heterogeneity, there are 6 types.

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