ClinVar Miner

Variants studied for Epicanthus; Micrognathia; Posteriorly rotated ears; Hearing impairment; Feeding difficulties; Optic nerve hypoplasia; Tall stature; Nystagmus; Tracheomalacia; Stereotypy; Abnormal facial shape; Delayed speech and language development; Depressed nasal bridge; Downslanted palpebral fissures; Short philtrum; Abnormality of eye movement; Impaired social interactions; Preaxial hand polydactyly; Decreased fetal movement; Broad toe; Absence seizures; Ankle contracture; Reduced visual acuity; Hypoplastic helices; 1-2 finger syndactyly; Intellectual disability, severe; Severe global developmental delay; Gastrostomy tube feeding in infancy; Thick vermilion border

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If a variant has more than one submission, it may be counted in more than one significance column. If this is the case, the total number of variants will be less than the sum of the other cells.

pathogenic likely pathogenic uncertain significance likely benign benign total
0 0 1 0 0 1

Gene and significance breakdown #

Total genes and gene combinations: 1
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Gene or gene combination uncertain significance total
​intergenic 1 1

Submitter and significance breakdown #

Total submitters: 1
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Submitter uncertain significance total
Talkowski Laboratory, Center for Human Genetic Research,Massachusetts General Hospital 1 1

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