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|No effects of a synonymous variant within the CD59 gene on its protein product in duodenal biopsies of coeliac individuals
|Scerri, Christian A.
Celiac disease -- Malta -- Case studies
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|Scerri, C.A., Xuereb-Anastasi, A., & Vidal, C. (2009). No effects of a synonymous variant within the CD59 gene on its protein product in duodenal biopsies of coeliac individuals. Tissue Antigens, 74(4), 336-338.
|Anovel rare variant within theCD59 gene was linked with coeliac disease in a family with high incidence of disease. Functional analyses of this variant were performed using complementary DNA analysis and protein analysis in paraffin-embedded duodenal biopsies from affected individuals and controls. No effects on pre-mRNA or size of linear protein were observed, although these results do not exclude the possible effects of this variant on co-translational protein folding.
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