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Carrier and prenatal diagnostic strategy and newly identified mutations in Hungarian haemophilia A and B families.

Yazarlar : Bors A, Andrikovics H, Illés Z et al

Yayın : Blood Coagul Fibrinolysis.

Yayın Yılı : 2014

Pubmed Linki : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25255241

Konu : Hemofili

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Abstract

Deficiencies of blood coagulation factors VIII and IX (haemophilia A and haemophilia B) represent the most common inherited bleeding disorders with a wide range of causative mutations. Carrier and prenatal diagnostics are preferably performed by direct mutation detection; however, in certain situations, indirect family studies may also be useful. We aimed to utilize a combination of direct and indirect techniques for carrier and prenatal diagnostics in both haemophilias in a single national centre. Two hundred and eleven haemophilia A families were investigated by screening for inversions of introns 1 and 22, and by family studies using polymorphic markers. Twenty-eight haemophilia A and 39 haemophilia B families were investigated by Sanger-sequencing of the coding regions. Among severe haemophilia A families, frequencies of intron 22 and 1 inversions were 82 out of 145 (57%) and two out of 145 (1.4%). Sequencing of the entire coding region of the respective factor gene was performed and 12 (haemophiliaA) and 5 (haemophilia B) previously unpublished disease-causing mutations were identified. For genetic markers used for haemophilia A indirect family testing, heterozygosity rates varied between 137 out of 327 [42% intragenic BclI restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP], 168 out of 254 (66% intragenic F8Civs13CA) and 202 out of 261 (77% extragenic DXS15CA) with a combined rate of 92% (intragenic markers) and 97% (all three markers). For male fetuses, prenatal diagnostics was provided to 43 haemophilia A families (n = 22 with direct mutation detection and n = 21 by indirect family testing) and to three haemophilia B families. The combination of direct and indirect molecular genetics approaches is a successful and cost-effective approach to provide carrier and prenatal diagnostics and risk assessment for inhibitor formation.


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