Mutation Details for c.455T>G

cDNA Name c.455T>G 
Protein Name p.Met152Arg 
Exon or Intron exon 4 
Legacy Exon or Intron exon 4 
Legacy Name M152R 
Other Details T->G alteration at cDNA 587 in exon 4, resulting in Met (ATG) to Arg (AGG) change at the amino acid residue 152. It also produces a new restriction site with enzyme Mnl I. Restriction digestion of a PCR-amplified fragment of exon 4 with this enzyme further confirmed the presence of this mutation in the patient. The patient is a 11-month girl born to healthy Japanese parents without consanguineous marriage. At birth, she was found to have meconium ileus and subsequently underwent surgical operation for it. She also has pancreatic insufficiency and pulmonary manifestations such as cough anfd sputum, and exhibited high sweat Cl level (126 mEq/L), indicating that she has a clinical phenotype of typical CF. Genetic analysis using PCR-SSCP combined with direct sequencing revealed that she is a compound heterozygote with two novel CFTR mutations: 1540del10 and M152R  
Contributors Yoshimura K   1999-01-22
Institute Department of Gene Therapy Institute of DNA Medicine, Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan 
Submitted Phenotype Details The patient (1yr5m, female) has severe CF, is PI, moderate lung disease. She had meconium ileus, was diagnosed at 2 months of age and has 1540del110 on the other allele. (Yoshimura et all 2000 and pers. corr. Yoshimura) 
Reference Yoshimura 1998 

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  • Morokawa N, Iizuka S, Tanano A, Katsube A, Muraji T, Eto Y, Yoshimura K   Severe cystic fibrosis in a Japanese girl caused by two novel CFTR (ABCC7) gene mutations: M152R and 1540del10.   2000 005;15(5):485

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