Monica Poscente

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Multiple osteochondromas (MO), also known as hereditary multiple exostoses (HME), is one of the most common hereditary musculoskeletal diseases in Caucasians (1/50,000) with wide clinical variability and genetic heterogeneity. Two genes have thus far been identified as causing the disease, namely EXT1 and EXT2. Various methods to detect mutations in the EXT(More)
Duplications of MECP2 gene in males cause a syndrome characterized by distinctive clinical features, including severe to profound mental retardation, infantile hypotonia, mild dysmorphic features, poor speech development, autistic features, seizures, progressive spasticity and recurrent infections. Patients with complex chromosome rearrangements, leading to(More)
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