2q23.1 microdeletion syndrome
Synonyms: Del(2)(q23.1) | Monosomy 2q23.1 | Pseudo-Angelman syndrome
The newly described 2q23.1 microdeletion syndrome includes severe intellectual deficit with pronounced speech delay behavioral abnormalities including hyperactivity and inappropriate laughter short stature and seizures.
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Orphadata: Free access data from Orphanet. © INSERM 1999. Available on http: //www.orphadata.org. Data version September 2023.
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2q23.1 microdeletion syndrome?
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2q23.1/MAND Caregiver Support Group
The 2q23.1/MBD5 Disorders/MAND page is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals born with MBD5 differences (deletions, duplications, variants, or disruptions) and other anomalies encompassed within the genetic region of 2q23.1. We foster an engaged, knowledgeable, and welcoming worldwide community by providing access to support and resources, promoting advocacy, and funding research.
Genetic Epilepsy Team Australia
Collaboration of research and care
Our mission is to connect families, resources, and the medical community to advance research for a treatment or cure to DDX3X Syndrome. Our ultimate goal is to accelerate brain function in individuals affected by DDX3X Syndrome through advances in cell and gene therapy and pharmaceuticals.
Moonshots for Unicorns
Curing single-gene disorders
COMBINEDBrain is a consortium for outcome measures and biomarkers for neurodevelopmental disorders. We are collaborating to cure rare, non-verbal brain disorders.
Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group – Unique
To inform, support and alleviate the isolation of anyone affected by a rare chromosome or single gene disorder and to raise public awareness.
Syndromes Without A Name (SWAN) Australia
Provide information, support and advocacy to families caring for a child with an undiagnosed or rare genetic condition.
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