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Molecular Analyses of 10q hemizygous deletions and parents


ABSTRACT: We report on the analyses of four unrelated patients with de novo, overlapping, hemizygous deletions of the long arm of chromosome 10. These include two small terminal deletions (10q26.2 to 10qter), a larger terminal deletion (10q26.12 to 10qter), and an interstitial deletion (10q25.3q26.13). Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) studies (Illumina 550 K) established that these deletions resulted in the hemizygous loss of approximately 6.1, approximately 6.1, approximately 12.5, and approximately 7.0 Mb respectively. Additionally, these data establish that Patients 1, 2, and 3 share common, distal, hemizygous deleted regions of 6.09 Mb containing 37 RefSeq genes. Patients 3 and 4 share a 2.52 Mb deleted region corresponding to the proximal deleted region of Patient 3 and the distal deleted region of Patient 4. This common, hemizygous region contains 20 RefSeq genes including two H6 family homeobox genes (HMX2 and HMX3). Based on previous reports that Hmx2/Hmx3 knockout mice have vestibular anomalies, we propose that hemizygous deletions of HMX2 and HMX3 are responsible for the inner ear malformations observed from CT images, vestibular dysfunction, and congenital sensorineural hearing loss found in Patients 3 and 4. Overall design: Four cases were identified as having hemizygous 10q deletions through g-banding. These were analyzed with SNP microarrays as well as parents (controls) for cases 1 and 4.

INSTRUMENT(S): KKI/Pevsnerlab Human 550K SNP

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

SUBMITTER: Jonathan Pevsner  

PROVIDER: GSE11958 | GEO | 2009-07-01

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): PRJNA105823

REPOSITORIES: GEO

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