Rieger syndrome locus: a new reciprocal translocation t(4;12)(q25;q15) and a deletion del(4)(q25q27) both break between markers D4S2945 and D4S193.


Rieger syndrome (RS) is an autosomal dominant disorder of morphogenesis characterised by malformation of the anterior segment of the eye, dental hypoplasia, and failure of the periumbilical skin to involute. RS has been mapped to the 4q25-q27 chromosomal segment by a series of cytogenetic studies as well as by genetic linkage to DNA markers. It was first… (More)


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