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A case-control collapsing analysis identifies retinal dystrophy genes associated with ophthalmic disease in patients with no pathogenic ABCA4 variants.

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Summary of "A case-control collapsing analysis identifies retinal dystrophy genes associated with ophthalmic disease in patients with no pathogenic ABCA4 variants."

Variants in the ABCA4 gene are causal for a variety of retinal dystrophy phenotypes, including Stargardt disease (STGD1). However, 15% of patients who present with symptoms compatible with STGD1/ABCA4 disease do not have identifiable causal ABCA4 variants. We hypothesized that a case-control collapsing analysis in ABCA4-negative patients with compatible symptoms would provide an objective measure to identify additional disease genes.

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Name: Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics
ISSN: 1530-0366
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