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A new KTR16 mutation associated with a phenotype of pachyonychia congenita

01-dic-2013 | Revista: Experimental Dermatology

Paris F1, Hurtado C, Azón A, Aguado L, Vizmanos JL.
1 Department of Biochemistry & Genetics, School of Sciences, University of Navarra, Spain.


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Pachyonychia congenita is a rare, autosomal dominant genetic disease characterized by painful palmoplantar keratoderma and hypertrophic nail dystrophy. This disorder is caused by mutations in any one of five cytoskeletal keratin proteins, K6a, K6b, K6c, K16 and K17. Here, we describe a new p.Leu421Pro (c.1262T>C) mutation in the highly conserved helix termination motif of K16 in a large Spanish family. Bioinformatic analyses as well as previous descriptions in the literature of homologous mutations in other keratin-coding genes show that this mutation is probably causative of the disease.

CITA DEL ARTÍCULO    2013 Dec;22(12):838-9. doi: 10.1111/exd.12262.

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