Souzan Salemi

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Four distinct familial types of isolated GH deficiency have been described so far, of which type II is the autosomal dominant inherited form. It is mainly caused by mutations within the first 6 bp of intervening sequence 3. However, other splice site and missense mutations have been reported. Based on in vitro experiments and transgenic animal data, there(More)
OBJECTIVE Four distinct familial types of isolated GH deficiency (IGHD) are classified, of which type II, IGHD II, is the autosomal dominant inherited form. Based on clinical data, it became evident that there is a wide variability in phenotype among the various GH-1 gene alterations leading to the disorder. As subjects suffering from IGHD II caused by the(More)
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