Term:Koolen de Vries syndrome
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Accession:DOID:0050880 term browser browse the term
Definition:A syndrome that is characterized by developmental delay, intellectual disability, muscle weakness (hypotonia), epilepsy, distinctive facial features and congenital malformations of the heart, urogenital tract and the central nervous system, and has_material_basis_in either a chromosome 17 (17q21.31) microdeletion or a mutation in the KANSL1-gene. (DO)
Synonyms:exact_synonym: 17q21.31 deletion syndrome;   17q21.31 microdeletion syndrome;   Chromosome 17q21.31 Deletion Syndrome;   Chromosome 17q21.31 Microdeletion Syndrome;   KANSL1-related intellectual disability syndrome;   KDVS;   Koolen syndrome;   monosomy 17q21.31
 primary_id: MESH:C566476
 alt_id: DOID:0070076;   OMIM:610443;   RDO:0014820
 xref: GARD:10727;   ORDO:96169
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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Kansl1 KAT8 regulatory NSL complex subunit 1 JBrowse link 10 92,388,045 92,517,449 RGD:8554872

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  disease 14823
    syndrome 4218
      chromosomal deletion syndrome 325
        Koolen de Vries syndrome 1
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  disease 14823
    disease of anatomical entity 13997
      nervous system disease 9111
        central nervous system disease 6908
          brain disease 6412
            disease of mental health 4323
              developmental disorder of mental health 2594
                specific developmental disorder 1329
                  intellectual disability 1157
                    non-syndromic intellectual disability 163
                      autosomal dominant non-syndromic intellectual disability 85
                        Koolen de Vries syndrome 1
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