A gene responsible for a dominant form of neurosensory non-syndromic deafness maps to the NSRD1 recessive deafness gene interval.

@article{Chab1994AGR,
  title={A gene responsible for a dominant form of neurosensory non-syndromic deafness maps to the NSRD1 recessive deafness gene interval.},
  author={Hassan Cha{\"i}b and Genevi{\'e}ve Lina-Granade and Parry Guilford and Henry Plauchu and Jacqueline Levilliers and Alain Morgon and Christine Petit},
  journal={Human molecular genetics},
  year={1994},
  volume={3 12},
  pages={
          2219-22
        }
}
The first localization of a gene responsible for autosomal, neurosensory, recessive deafness recently assigned NSRD1 to the centromeric region of human chromosome 13. We now report on a dominant form of neurosensory deafness found in a family of French origin. The deafness is moderate to severe, has a prelingual onset and affects predominantly the high frequencies. The gene responsible for this form of deafness was found by linkage analysis to map to the same region of chromosome 13 as NSRD1. A… CONTINUE READING
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