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Sequence variations are described basically as recommended by the Ad-Hoc Committee for Mutation Nomenclature (AHCMN), with the recently suggested additions (den Dunnen JT and Antonarakis SE , Hum.Mut. 15:7-12); for a summary see Nomenclature.
Genomic Reference Sequence.
Path.: Variant pathogenicity, in the format Reported/Concluded; '+' indicating the variant is pathogenic, '+?' probably pathogenic, '-' no known pathogenicity, '-?' probably no pathogenicity, '?' effect unknown. Location: Variant location at DNA level. Exon: Exon numbering. DNA change: Variation at DNA-level. If present, "Full Details" will show you the the full-length entry. RNA change: Variation at RNA-level, (?) unknown but probably identical to DNA. Protein: Variation at protein level. Protein Domain: Protein Domain Inheritance: Type of inheritance (e.g. heterozygous) Variant remarks: Integrates Classification: Neutral - UV1 (certainly neutral) - UV2 (likely neutral) - UV3 (likely pathogenic) - UV4 (certainly pathogenic) - Pathogenic. Except for CHM where annotations concerning the effect of the variant are mentioned instead. dbSNP/RFC: Accession number (rs) in dbSNP or link to reading frame checker Reference: Reference describing the variation Reported effect / publication: Original classification reported by the authors. Frequency: Frequency (control chromosomes) Missense: Create a link for USMA and/or MSV3d HSF: Direct link to HSF Re-site: Variant creates (+) or destroys (-) a restriction enzyme recognition site. MYO7A DB-ID: Database IDentifier; When available, links to OMIM ID's are provided. Patient ID: Internal reference to the patient. Disease: Disease phenotype, as reported in paper/by submitter, unless modified by the curator. Reference: Reference describing the variation, "Submitted:" indicating that the mutation was submitted directly to this database. Template: Variant detected in DNA, RNA and/or Protein. Technique: Technique used to detect the variation. Remarks: remarks on patient. # Reported: Number of times this case has been reported Gender: Patient gender Geographic origin: Geographic origin of patient