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|Title:||Bi-Allelic c.1746G>T; p.Leu582= Variants in TUBGCP4 in a Boy with Autism: Clinical Data and Literature Review.|
|Abstract:||Bi-allelic mutations in the TUBGCP4 gene have been recently associated with autosomal recessive microcephaly with chorioretinopathy. However, little is known about the genotype-phenotype characteristics of this disorder. Here, we describe a 5-year-old male patient with autism and a normal occipitofrontal circumference. No retinal abnormalities were observed. Brain MRI revealed the presence of enlarged sheaths of both tortuous optic nerves; both eyes had shorter axial lengths. Whole-exome sequencing in trio revealed synonymous TUBGCP4 variants in homozygous state: c.1746G>T; p.Leu582=. This synonymous variant has been previously described and probably leads to skipping of exon 16 of TUBGCP4. These results broaden the clinical spectrum of this new syndrome and suggest that TUBGCP4 bi-allelic mutations may underlie complex neurodevelopmental disorders.|
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