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The human SET nuclear proto-oncogene (SET) gene is a protein-coding gene that encodes proteins that affects chromatin remodeling and gene transcription. Mutations in the SET gene have been reported to cause intellectual disability (ID) and epilepsy. In this study, we collected and analyzed...
tRNA-histidine guanyltransferase 1-like protein (THG1L), located in the mitochondria, plays a crucial role in the tRNA maturation process. Dysfunction of THG1L results in abnormal mitochondrial tRNA modification and neurodevelopmental disorders. To date, few studies have focused on THG1L-related...
Heterozygous deleterious variants in SKI cause Shprintzen–Goldberg Syndrome, which is mainly characterized by craniofacial features, neurodevelopmental disorder and thoracic aorta dilatations/aneurysms. The encoded protein is a member of the transforming growth factor beta signaling. Paucity of...
Numerous variants of unknown significance (VUSs) exist in hereditary breast and ovarian cancers. Although multiple methods have been developed to assess the significance of BRCA1/2 variants, functional discrepancies among these approaches remain. Therefore, a comprehensive functional evaluation...
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