Identification of Candidate Gene Variants in Korean MODY Families by Whole-Exome Sequencing

Authors
Ye Jee ShimJung Eun KimSu-Kyeong HwangBong Seok ChoiByung Ho ChoiEun-Mi ChoKyoung Mi JangCheol Woo Ko
Department
Dept. of Pediatrics (소아청소년학)
Issue Date
2015
Citation
Hormone Research in Paediatrics, Vol.83(4) : 242-251, 2015
ISSN
1663-2818
Abstract
Aims: To date, 13 genes causing maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) have been identified. However, there is a big discrepancy in the genetic locus between Asian and Caucasian patients with MODY. Thus, we conducted whole-exome sequencing in Korean MODY families to identify causative gene variants. Methods: Six MODY probands and their family members were included. Variants in the dbSNP135 and TIARA databases for Koreans and the variants with minor allele frequencies >0.5% of the 1000 Genomes database were excluded. We selected only the functional variants (gain of stop codon, frameshifts and nonsynonymous single-nucleotide variants) and conducted a case-control comparison in the family members. The selected variants were scanned for the previously introduced gene set implicated in glucose metabolism. Results: Three variants c.620C>T:p.Thr207Ile in PTPRD, c.559C>G:p.Gln187Glu in SYT9, and c.1526T>G:p.Val509Gly in WFS1 were respectively identified in 3 families. We could not find any disease-causative alleles of known MODY 1-13 genes. Based on the predictive program, Thr207Ile in PTPRD was considered pathogenic. Conclusions: Whole-exome sequencing is a valuable method for the genetic diagnosis of MODY. Further evaluation is necessary about the role of PTPRD, SYT9 and WFS1 in normal insulin release from pancreatic beta cells. © 2015 S. Karger AG, Basel
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http://kumel.medlib.dsmc.or.kr/handle/2015.oak/35836
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