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Antenatal mitochondrial disease caused by mitochondrial ribosomal protein (MRPS22) mutation.
  1. Ann Saada (annsr{at}hadassah.org.il)
  1. Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Centre, Israel
    1. Avraham Shaag (avshag{at}hadassah.org.il)
    1. Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Centre, Israel
      1. Shmuel Arnon (shmuelar{at}clalit.org.il)
      1. Meir Medical Center, Kfar Saba, Israel
        1. Tzipora Dolfin
        1. Meir Medical Center, Kfar Saba, Israel
          1. Chaya Miller
          1. Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Centre, Israel
            1. Dana Fuchs-Telem
            1. Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Centre, Israel
              1. Anne Lombes (a.lombes{at}myologie.chups.jussieu.fr)
              1. Inserm 582, Hôpital de La Salpêtrière, 75651 Paris cedex 13, France
                1. Orly Elpeleg (elpeleg{at}cc.huji.ac.il)
                1. Hadassah - Hebrew University Medical Centre, Israel

                  Abstract

                  Three patients born to consanguineous parents presented with antenatal skin edema, hypotonia, cardiomyopathy and tubulopathy. The enzymatic activities of multiple mitochondrial respiratory chain complexes were reduced in muscle. Marked reduction of the 12s rRNA, the core of the mitochondrial small ribosomal subunit, was found in fibroblasts. Homozygosity mapping had led to the identification of a mutation in the MRPS22 gene which encodes a mitochondrial ribosomal protein. Transfection of the patient cells with wild type MRPS22 cDNA increased the 12s rRNA content and normalized the enzymatic activities. Quantification of mitochondrial transcripts is warranted in patients with multiple defects of the mitochondrial respiratory chain.

                  • mitochondrial respiratory chain
                  • mitochondrial ribosome
                  • mitochondrial small ribosomal protein 22
                  • mitochondrial translation

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