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Identification of the first ATRIP-deficient patient and novel mutations in ATR define a clinical spectrum for ATR-ATRIP Seckel Syndrome.
Tomoo Ogi, Sarah Walker, Tom Stiff, Emma Hobson, Siripan Limsirichaikul, Gillian Carpenter, Katrina Prescott, Mohnish Suri, Philip J Byrd, Michiko Matsuse, Norisato Mitsutake, Yuka Nakazawa, Pradeep Vasudevan, Margaret Barrow, Grant S Stewart, A Malcolm R Taylor, Mark O'Driscoll, Penny A Jeggo,
A homozygous mutational change in the Ataxia-Telangiectasia and RAD3 related (ATR) gene was previously reported in two related families displaying Seckel Syndrome (SS). Here, we provide the first identification of a Seckel Syndrome patient with mutations in ATRIP, the gene encoding ATR-Interacting Protein (ATRIP), the partner protein of ATR required for ATR stability and recruitment to the site of DNA damage. The patient has compound heterozygous mutations in ATRIP resulting in reduced ATRIP and ATR expression. A nonsense mutational change in one ATRIP allele results in a C-terminal truncated protein, which impairs ATR-ATRIP interaction; the other allele is abnormally spliced. We additionally describe two further unrelated patients native to the UK with the same novel, heterozygous mutations in ATR, which cause dramatically reduced ATR expression. All patient-derived cells showed defective DNA damage responses that can be attributed to impaired ATR-ATRIP function. Seckel Syndrome is characterised by microcephaly and growth delay, features also displayed by several related disorders including Majewski (microcephalic) osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism (MOPD) type II and Meier-Gorlin Syndrome (MGS). The identification of an ATRIP-deficient patient provides a novel genetic defect for Seckel Syndrome. Coupled with the identification of further ATR-deficient patients, our findings allow a spectrum of clinical features that can be ascribed to the ATR-ATRIP deficient sub-class of Seckel Syndrome. ATR-ATRIP patients are characterised by extremely severe microcephaly and growth delay, microtia (small ears), micrognathia (small and receding chin), and dental crowding. While aberrant bone development was mild in the original ATR-SS patient, some of the patients described here display skeletal abnormalities including, in one patient, small patellae, a feature characteristically observed in Meier-Gorlin Syndrome. Collectively, our analysis exposes an overlapping clinical manifestation between the disorders but allows an expanded spectrum of clinical features for ATR-ATRIP Seckel Syndrome to be defined.
PLoS genetics - 2012
Central nervous system anomalies in Seckel syndrome: report of a new family and review of the literature.
A Shanske, D G Caride, L Menasse-Palmer, A Bogdanow, R W Marion,
Seckel syndrome (SS) is a rare, heterogeneous form of primordial dwarfism. The clinical delineation of this disorder has been inconsistent, using even Seckel's original criteria. As a result, probably fewer than one-third of reported cases are truly affected with SS. Among these, there have been only six familial cases, all of whom were born to normal parents, and in only one case has a detailed description of the central nervous system (CNS) anomalies been given. We describe a family in which three of eight children were affected with SS. CNS anomalies seen in our patients included agenesis of the corpus callosum, a dysgenetic cerebral cortex, a large dorsal cerebral cyst, and pachygyria, suggesting an underlying neuronal migration disorder. The parents are first cousins, representing only the second instance of consanguinity, supporting an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance.
American journal of medical genetics - May 1997
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