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Evidence that Rieger syndrome maps to 4q25 or 4q27.
  1. C Vaux,
  2. L Sheffield,
  3. C G Keith,
  4. L Voullaire
  1. Victorian Clinical Genetics Services, Murdoch Institute, Royal Children's Hospital, Australia.

    Abstract

    We report a baby with the features of Rieger syndrome and a de novo interstitial deletion of 4q which includes band 4q26 and an adjoining GTL light band, either q25 or q27. Rieger syndrome is provisionally mapped to 4q23----q27 but band 4q26 has been excluded as a possible site, suggesting that Rieger syndrome must map to a band, either 4q25 or 4q27, adjoining 4q26.

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