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Reported to cause aminoacylase 1 deficiency in a recessive manner.
Insufficiently evaluated pathogenic
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Summary of published research, and additional commentary
Edited in this revision:
Sass JO, Olbrich H, Mohr V, Hart C, Woldseth B, Krywawych S, Bjurulf B,
Lakhani PK, Buchdahl RM, Omran H. Neurological findings in aminoacylase 1
deficiency. Neurology. 2007 Jun 12;68(24):2151-3. PubMed PMID: 17562838.
Reported in a single case, believed to be causing deficiency in a compound heterozygous manner. Also believed to be a de novo mutation as the authors report not seeing it in the parents.