Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome

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A disease characterized by unusual skull shape and syndactyly (fused digits) that is caused by mutations in gli-3, the glioma-related oncogene that encodes a zinc finger DNA-binding transcription factor from the GLI-Krüppel gene family.

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