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Next-generation genomic sequencing technologies have made it possible to directly map mutations responsible for phenotypes of interest via direct sequencing. However, most mapping strategies proposed to date require some prior genetic analysis, which can be very time-consuming even in genetically tractable organisms. Here we present a de novo method for(More)
  • R Breit
  • 1979
An additional case of epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica inversa is reported. A review of the literature shows that until now reports about probably 15 patients from seven families were published, although the first 13 patients were not investigated by electron microscope [3]. By blistering beneath the basal lamina similar to the Hallopeau-Siemens type these(More)
Methyl salicylate (oil of wintergreen) in the form of candy flavoring was ingested by a 21-month-old male infant who subsequently developed vomiting, lethargy, and hyperpnea. A "swallow" of the solution resulted in a serum salicylate concentration of 81 mg/dL six hours after ingestion. The infant was treated with parenteral fluids and sodium bicarbonate and(More)
Large numbers of sequences are now readily available for many plant species, allowing easy identification of homologous genes. However, orthologous gene identification across multiple species is made difficult by evolutionary events such as whole-genome or segmental duplications. Several developmental atlases of gene expression have been produced in the(More)
Palpable arciform migratory erythema of Clark (PAME) has been described as a rare member in the group of T-cell pseudolymphoma. The clinical picture of infiltrated annular erythema developing into large migrating lesions with the trunk as predilection site is distinctive from other pseudolymphomas. Because of the very similar histology and(More)
Since the discovery that EM (erythema migrans), ACA (acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans) and BL (borrelial lymphocytoma) have an infectious etiology, these syndromes have been receiving particular attention. This report describes four patients whose dermatological symptoms did not at first indicate borreliosis. In all four cases serological antibody tests(More)