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Fig. 3 | BMC Medical Genetics

Fig. 3

From: Mucopolysaccharidosis IIIB and mild skeletal anomalies: coexistence of NAGLU and CYP26B1 missense variations in the same patient in a Chinese family

Fig. 3

Pedigree of the family. Arrow indicates the proband. Brown represents variants of CYP26B1, and yellow represents variants of NAGLU. The variants c.1843C > T (p.R615C) in NAGLU and c.529G > A (p.E177K) in CYP26B1 were paternal, while the variants c.1224C > A (p.H408Q) in NAGLU and c.525C > A (p.H175Q) in CYP26B1 were maternal

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