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Tentative assignment of gene for oto-palato-digital
syndrome to distal Xq
(Xq26-q28).

Hoar DI, Field LL, Beards F, Hoganson G, Rollnick B, Hoo JJ.

Department of Pediatrics, University of Calgary/Alberta Children's Hospital
Research Center, Canada.

Detailed physical mapping of oto-palato-digital (OPD) syndrome gene on the
X-chromosome was attempted on a family of 3 generations with 2 affected men.
Although the result remains statistically non-significant, it indicates that the
OPD-I gene might be located on the distal Xq.

PMID: 1733165 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]