Andrea Epplen

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Mitochondrial isolated complex I deficiency is the most frequently encountered OXPHOS defect. We report a patient with an isolated complex I deficiency expressed in skin fibroblasts as well as muscle tissue. Because the parents were consanguineous, we performed homozygosity mapping to identify homozygous regions containing candidate genes such as NDUFA2 on(More)
Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is a common cause of intellectual disability, developmental delay and autism spectrum disorders. This syndrome is due to a functional loss of the FMR1 gene product FMRP, and, in most cases, it is caused by CGG repeat expansion in the FMR1 promoter. Yet, also other FMR1 mutations may cause a FXS-like phenotype. Since standard(More)
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