Epidermal genetic mosaicism is evident as stripes of affected skin which typically appear in S or V-shaped whorled, streaked, and linear patterns called lines of Blaschko (Blaschko, 1901). These patterns represent dorsoventral migratory pathways of neuroectoderm during embryogenesis (Moss et al., 1993). Mosaic lesions result from somatic mutation during… (More)
Supplementary Table 1. Exome sequencing run statistics. Tissue and blood was covered at an average depth of 103.7x and 78.4x, with 20x coverage of 95% and 90%, respectively.