Saurabh Priyadarshi

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Otosclerosis (MIM 166800) is primarily a metabolic bone disorder of the otic capsule, which leads to bony fixation of the stapedial footplate in the oval window; it is among the most common causes of acquired hearing loss. The etiology of this disease is largely unknown, although epidemiological studies suggest the involvement of both genetic and(More)
Otosclerosis (OTSC) is a common form of acquired hearing loss resulting from disturbed bone remodeling in the otic capsule of the middle ear. Transforming growth factor-beta1 (TGFB1) produced by osteoblasts is the most abundant growth factor in human bone. Previous studies have shown the contribution of single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in TGFB1 toward(More)
Otosclerosis (OTSC) is a late-onset hearing disorder characterized by increased bone turnover in the otic capsule. Disturbed osteoprotegerin expression has been found in the otosclerotic foci which may have an important role in the pathogenesis of OTSC. To identify the genetic risk factors, we sequenced the coding region and exon-intron boundaries of the(More)
Otosclerosis (OTSC) is defined by abnormal bone remodeling in the otic capsule of middle ear which leads to conductive hearing loss. In our previous study, we have identified a de novo heterozygous mutation -832G > A in the promoter of TGFB1 in an otosclerosis patient. In the present study, we progressively screened this mutation in a cohort of 254 cases(More)
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