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Variants with conflicting interpretations studied for Hermansky Pudlak syndrome 2

Coded as:
Minimum review status of the submission for Hermansky Pudlak syndrome 2: Y axis collection method of the submission for Hermansky Pudlak syndrome 2:
Minimum review status of the other submission: Collection method of the other submission:
Minimum conflict level:
ClinVar version:

If a variant has more than two submissions, it may have multiple conflicts and therefore be counted in more than one conflict column. If this is the case, the "Variants with any kind of conflict" cell will be less than the sum of the conflicted variants cells to its left.

Variants with only 1 submission Variants with at least 2 submissions and no conflicts Variants with a synonymous conflict
(e.g. benign vs non-pathogenic)
Variants with a confidence conflict
(e.g. benign vs likely benign)
Variants with a benign or likely benign vs uncertain conflict Variants with a category conflict
(e.g. benign vs affects)
Variants with a clinically significant conflict
(e.g. benign vs pathogenic)
Variants with any kind of conflict
44 7 5 10 12 0 0 24

Significance breakdown #

In the table below, cells that correspond to a term paired with itself represent synonymous conflicts, i.e. variants that have been annotated with different terms that map to the same standard term. To compare the terms that were actually submitted, check the box in the filters section at the top of this page.

All conditions
Hermansky Pudlak syndrome 2 pathogenic uncertain significance likely benign benign
pathogenic 5 0 0 0
uncertain significance 0 0 0 1
likely benign 0 4 0 0
benign 0 8 10 0

Condition to condition summary #

Total conditions: 3
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Condition Variants with only 1 submission Variants with at least 2 submissions and no conflicts Variants with a synonymous conflict
(e.g. benign vs non-pathogenic)
Variants with a confidence conflict
(e.g. benign vs likely benign)
Variants with a benign or likely benign vs uncertain conflict Variants with a category conflict
(e.g. benign vs affects)
Variants with a clinically significant conflict
(e.g. benign vs pathogenic)
Variants with any kind of conflict
Hermansky-Pudlak syndrome 0 4 0 7 11 0 0 18
Hermansky Pudlak syndrome 2 64 5 5 0 1 0 0 6
not specified 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 3

All variants with conflicting interpretations #

Total variants: 24
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HGVS dbSNP
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1069A>G (p.Ile357Val) rs142025324
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1116G>C (p.Leu372=) rs76433453
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1168_1230del63 (p.Leu390_Gln410del) rs1554072100
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1317T>G (p.Thr439=) rs75248449
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1367T>C (p.Ile456Thr) rs536306260
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1474-7072_1650+921del
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1525C>T (p.Arg509Ter) rs121908906
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1739T>G (p.Leu580Arg) rs121908904
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1857T>G (p.Leu619=) rs115892142
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.1975G>T (p.Glu659Ter) rs121908907
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2324T>A (p.Ile775Lys) rs62001050
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2340C>T (p.Ser780=) rs199599147
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2409_2411del (p.Lys804del) rs199702315
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2613C>T (p.His871=) rs144420604
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2661C>A (p.Phe887Leu) rs139344924
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2810-4C>T rs115340604
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2880C>T (p.Ala960=) rs62001052
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2915A>G (p.Asn972Ser) rs139968311
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.2995G>A (p.Val999Met) rs146503597
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.3020_3022CTG[1] (p.Ala1008del) rs111935323
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.3207G>A (p.Gln1069=) rs34089426
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.339A>C (p.Ala113=) rs7706167
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.687A>G (p.Leu229=) rs35496909
NM_003664.4(AP3B1):c.942G>A (p.Ala314=) rs146871001

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