Lissencephaly X-linked

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Lissencephaly X-linked

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The terms "Lissencephaly X-linked" returned 5 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

X-linked lissencephaly in an Indian family.
 

Author(s): S Panda, M Tripathi, S Jain, P Sharma

Journal: Neurol India. 2003 Sep;51(3):392-3.

 

Neuronal migration disorders are an important differential diagnosis to be considered in the evaluation of intractable epilepsy. Though the underlying causative factors which govern their development are many and varied, genetic factors have been found to be contributory in a few ...

Last Updated: 3 Dec 2003

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Doublecortin, a brain-specific gene mutated in human X-linked lissencephaly and double cortex syndrome, encodes a putative signaling protein.
 

Author(s): J G Gleeson, K M Allen, J W Fox, E D Lamperti, S Berkovic, I Scheffer, E C Cooper, W B Dobyns, S R Minnerath, M E Ross, C A Walsh

Journal: Cell. 1998 Jan;92(1):63-72.

 

X-linked lissencephaly and "double cortex" are allelic human disorders mapping to Xq22.3-Xq23 associated with arrest of migrating cerebral cortical neurons. We identified a novel 10 kb brain-specific cDNA interrupted by a balanced translocation in an XLIS patient that encodes a novel ...

Last Updated: 16 Mar 1998

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A novel CNS gene required for neuronal migration and involved in X-linked subcortical laminar heterotopia and lissencephaly syndrome.
 

Author(s): V des Portes, J M Pinard, P Billuart, M C Vinet, A Koulakoff, A CarriƩ, A Gelot, E Dupuis, J Motte, Y Berwald-Netter, M Catala, A Kahn, C Beldjord, J Chelly

Journal: Cell. 1998 Jan;92(1):51-61.

 

X-SCLH/LIS syndrome is a neuronal migration disorder with disruption of the six-layered neocortex. It consists of subcortical laminar heterotopia (SCLH, band heterotopia, or double cortex) in females and lissencephaly (LIS) in males, leading to epilepsy and cognitive impairment. We ...

Last Updated: 16 Mar 1998

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Congenital Muscle Disease Study of Patient and Family Reported Medical Information
 

Status: Recruiting

Condition Summary: Congenital Muscular Dystrophy (Including Unspecified/Undiagnosed); Dystroglycanopathy; Congenital Fiber Type Disproportion; Rigid Spine Muscular Dystrophy; Congenital Myopathy (Including Unspecified/Undiagnosed); Collagen VI CMD (Ullrich CMD, Intermediate, Bethlem Myopathy); Laminin Alpha 2 Related Congenital Muscular Dystrophy; LAMA2-CMD/Merosin Deficient/MDC1A; Walker-Warburg Syndrome; Muscle-Eye-Brain Disease; Fukuyama/Fukutin Related Muscular Dystrophy; Integrin Alpha 7 Deficiency; Integrin Alpha 9 Deficiency; LMNA-CMD/Lamin A/C/Laminopathy; SEPN1-Related Myopathy; Bethlem Myopathy; Actin Aggregation Myopathy; Cap Disease; Central Core Disease; Centronuclear Myopathy; Core Rod Myopathy; Hyaline Body Myopathy; Multiminicore Myopathy; Myotubular Myopathy; Nemaline Myopathy; Tubular Aggregate Myopathy; Zebra Body Myopathy; Reducing Body Myopathy; Spheroid Body Myopathy; LGMD1B (LMNA); LGMD1E (DES); LGMD2G (TCAP); LGMD2H (TRIM32); LGMD2I (FKRP); LGMD2J (TTN); LGMD2K (POMT1); LGMD2M (FKTN); LGMD2N (POMT2); LGMD2O (POMGnT1); LGMD2P (DAG1); LGMD2Q (PLEC1); LGMD2R (DES); LGMD2S (TRAPPC11); LGMD2T (GMPPB); LGMD2U (ISPD); LGMD2V (GAA); Ullrich Congenital Muscular Dystrophy; Titinopathy; Choline Kinase B Receptor; Emery-Dreifuss Muscular Dystrophy; RYR1 Related Myopathy; SYNE1/Nesprin Related Muscular Dystrophy; Telethonin Related Muscular Dystrophy (TCAP/Titin-Cap); Congenital Myasthenic Syndrome; Escobar Syndrome; Myofibrillar Myopathy; Malignant Hyperthermia; Alpha-Dystroglycan Related Muscular Dystrophy (DAG1, DPM1, DPM2, DPM3, FKRP, FKTN); Alpha-Dystroglycan Related Muscular Dystrophy (GAA, ISPD, LARGE, POMT1, POMT2, POMGnT1); Alpha-Dystroglycan Related Muscular Dystrophy (Unspecified/Undiagnosed/Other)

 

Last Updated: 5 May 2017

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