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di George syndrome


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di George syndrome n.

di George syndrome (1921)

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DiGeorge syndrome

di George syndrome n.

DiGeorge Syndrome A Chromosome 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome

di George syndrome

Preimplantation genetic diagnosis of DiGeorge syndrome.

Functional Analysis of Gscl in the Pathogenesis of the DiGeorge and Velocardiofacial Syndromes

DiGeorge syndrome: the use of model organisms to dissect complex genetics

Full spectrum of malformations in velo-cardio-facial syndrome/DiGeorge syndrome mouse models by altering Tbx1 dosage

Loss of Wnt5a disrupts second heart field cell deployment and may contribute to OFT malformations in DiGeorge syndrome

Isolation of a Novel Gene from the DiGeorge Syndrome Critical Region with Homology to Drosophila gdl and to Human LAMC1 Genes

Cloning and Developmental Expression Analysis of Chick Hira (Chira), a Candidate Gene for DiGeorge Syndrome

The Murine Homologue of HIRA, a DiGeorge Syndrome Candidate Gene, Is Expressed in Embryonic Structures Affected in Human CATCH22 Patients

Structural and Mutational Analysis of a Conserved Gene (DGSI) from the Minimal DiGeorge Syndrome Critical Region

Recovery from arterial growth delay reduces penetrance of cardiovascular defects in mice deleted for the DiGeorge syndrome region

Mice deleted for the DiGeorge/velocardiofacial syndrome region show abnormal sensorimotor gating and learning and memory impairments

Mice overexpressing genes from the 22q11 region deleted in velo-cardio-facial syndrome/DiGeorge syndrome have middle and inner ear defects

 

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A hereditary condition resulting in an inability to fight infections (immunodeficiency) associated with absence of the parathyroid gland and the thymus, abnormalities of the heart, and low calcium levels. Affected children are prone to Candida infections and often present with failure to thrive. The condition has also been named CATCH-22: Cardiac abnormalities, Abnormal facies, T-cell deficiency (from absent thymus), Cleft palate, Hypocalcaemia, chromosome 22 (in which the defect lies). A. M. di George (1921), US paediatrician

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