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No age effect in the prevalence and clinical significance of ultra-high risk symptoms and criteria for psychosis in 22q11 deletion syndrome: Confirmation of the genetically driven risk for psychosis?

In conclusion, the finding of 22q11DS patients at a particularly high risk of psychosis is significant, but studies on the clinical significance of the widely used ultra-high risk factors in 22q11DS are inconclusive. We investigated whether the age at which UHR symptoms and indicators were measured could account for a portion of this heterogeneity. Since age was reported to moderate clinical significance of UHR infections in community samples, we wondered if age at the onset of UHR symptoms and metrics may have reduced some of this heterogeneity. METHODS: 111 patients with 22q11DS were evaluated for UHR symptoms/criteria. Any UHR symptom was diagnosed by 38. 7%, the first UHR criterion by 27%. However, in comparison to the adult group, younger age groups were more likely to meet UHR standards in the presence of UHR disease. Age only influenced the prevalence of UHR symptoms among those with UHR symptoms, but not necessarily their prevalence per se or clinical significance, contrary to general population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0174797


Chordin is a modifier of tbx1 for the craniofacial malformations of 22q11 deletion syndrome phenotypes in mouse.

Point mutations in TBX1 can recapitulate several of the 22q11 deletion syndromes' inherited genetic abnormalities, most commonly associated with a chromosomal deletion at 22q1. 2. Even among family members with a single TBX1 point mutation, no cytological deletion, cleft palate, or low-set ears may or not be present, although some may or may not be present. Null mutations of chordin have been shown to cause severe defects in recapitulating 22q11DS, which we show are highly dependent on genetic background. We discovered a closely related, robust modifier in a Tbx1 intron strain in which chordin is completely penetrant, resulting in serious splicing defects. If chordin is mutant, this hypomorphic Tbx1 allele per se produces defects resembling 22q11DS but not with a high incidence of hallmark craniofacial malformations. Chorin is a modifier for Tbx1 mutations' craniofacial variations, establishing the presence of a second-site modifier for a narrow subset of the phenotypes associated with 22q11DS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1000395


22q11 deletion syndrome and urogenital manifestationsA clinicopathological case report and review of the literatureM.Vachette MD*, GE.Grant MD*, J.Bouquet de Joliniere MD.PhD*, M. Jotterand MD** N.Ben Ali MD*, A.Feki MD.PhD * and R.Brugger MD.*Department of gynecology and obstetrics, HFR, Fribourg, Switzerland.** Institute of pathology, CHUV, Lausanne, Switzerland.

a 23-year-old African woman was a witness of the first trimester echography, which revealed an isolated anechoic layer that suggested a ureteral dilatation. Outcome: The patient was suspected of premature rupture of membranes and gave birth two weeks later to a male newborn with a respiratory distress syndrome and most likely died secondary to a tracheal stenosis at 32 weeks old. Conclusions: We describe a case of 22q11 deletion syndrome, which has common clinical signs associated with urinary abnormalities suspected at the first trimester ultrasound.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2016.00053


Sleep patterns and problems among children with 22q11 deletion syndrome

Children with 22q11DS had significantly more sleep difficulties than those with previously reported normative values for typical growing children of the same age. With 22q11DS, this is one of the first studies to specifically address sleep problems other than obstructive sleep apnea in children. Conclusions The results show that children with 22q11DS may be at a higher risk of experiencing clinical sleep difficulties than those with normal growing children. Any additional screening and treatment of sleep disorders in children with the 22q11DS is recommended.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1002/mgg3.1153


Delayed diagnosis of 22q11 deletion syndrome due to late onset hypocalcemia in a 11-year-old girl with imperforated anus

As the first clinical manifestation of the chromosome 22q11. 2 deletion syndrome, neonativity and congenital heart abnormalities has been identified. However, diagnosis of 22q11DS in children without classic signs can be delayed in children without classic signs. We explore the case of a woman with the history of imperforate anus but not with neonatal hypocalcemia or major cardiac anomaly, who was diagnosed with 22q11DS at the age of 11 after the onset of overt hypocalcemia. There was no evidence of neonatal hypocalcemia, but GTG banding was normal, but karyotyping was not consistent.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.6065/apem.2017.22.2.133


Functional gene-expression analysis shows involvement of schizophrenia-relevant pathways in patients with 22q11 deletion syndrome.

Deletion Syndrome is a condition that causes dysmorphology and a high incidence of schizophrenia-like symptoms. Schizophrenia has been traced to many genes on chromosome 22q11. To determine the expression of 22q11 genes and investigate whether 22q11 genes participate in functional genetic networks relevant to schizophrenia, we investigated whole-genome gene expression in 8 22q11DS patients and 8 age-and-gender controls. With the Ingenuity Pathways Analysis, functional relationships between genes that were differentially expressed in patients were investigated. Pathway's study revealed that 262 transcripts differed between patients and controls, respectively expressed between patients and controls. Our results support the use of 22q11DS as a research model for schizophrenia. We discovered decreased expression of several genes previously linked to schizophrenia as well as the presence of signaling pathways relevant to schizophrenia, of which Neurotrophin/Trk and neuregulin signaling seem to be particularly notable.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0033473


Linguistic and Nonverbal Abilities over Time in a Child Case of 22q11 Deletion Syndrome

Specifically, both expressive and expressive language development, and nonverbal IQ were discussed at two separate time points — when P. I. Using case-based methodology, P. I. 's NVIQ and results on global and structured language tasks are compared to those of the same chronological age and school-aged children with specific language difficulties. The findings are presented in relation to two hypotheses, either that the language impairment in children with 22q11DS is specific to the condition or that there is comorbidity with SLI.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/4eee4a2939aa4b2ea2424a0bdf2ca56e


Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in 22q11 deletion syndrome.

OBJECTIVE: People with velo-cardio-facial disorder or 22q11 deletion syndrome have behavioral, cognitive, and psychiatric difficulties. People with 22Q11DS are at risk of haploinsufficiency of PRODH, a gene that codes for an enzyme that converts proline into glutamate. METHOD: We used proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy to determine glutamate and other neurometabolites in 22 adults with 22q11DS and without schizophrenia, as well as healthy controls with 22-age-matched healthy controls. RESULTS: In the hippocampal area of 22q11DS SCZ+ compared to 22q11DS SCZ, we found significant rises of glutamate and myo-inositol. There were no significant differences in plasma proline between 22q11DS SCZ+ and 22q11DS SCZ-. In 22q11DS, there was no correlation between plasma proline and cerebral glutamate. CONCLUSION: This is the first in vivoH-MRS study in 22q11DS. Patients with episodic symptoms and cognitive impairments may be accounted for in part by increased hippocampal glutamate and myo-inositol metabolism.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0021685


Linguistic and Nonverbal Abilities over Time in a Child Case of 22q11 Deletion Syndrome

Both verbal and expressive language results, as well as nonverbal IQ, have been described at two separate time points—when P. I. P. I. 's NVIQ and results on global and structured language tasks are comparable to those of the same chronological age and school-aged children with specific language impairments. Both hypotheses are investigated, either that the language impairment in children with 22q11DS is specific to the condition or that there is co-morbidity with SLI.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/07e92c8e58bf4907b7712d2305cae53d


A case report of 22q11 deletion syndrome confirmed by array-CGH method

Velo-cardio-facial syndrome is caused by a suboptimo that occurs on the long arm of chromosome 22 and affects approximately 1 in 4000 people, making it the second most common genetic disorder after Down syndrome and the most common genetic disorder associated with cleft palate. The majority of the 22q11. 2 deletion cases are new or sporadic; however, in a ten percent of families, the deletion is inherited, and other family members are at risk of passing this information to their children. This paper details a 1. 5-year-old male child with clinical signs of velo-cardio-facial syndrome, soft cleft palate, developmental delay, acrocephaly, seizure, MRI abnormalities, and descriptive facial features, including hypertelorism.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/9db32ed18605466dbbc7769e79e1a264

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