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Mutation analysis should be performed to rule out gammac deficiency in children with functional severe combined immune deficiency despite apparently normal immunologic tests.

To study the correlation between genotype and phenotype in x-linked SCID, we have characterized the presentation of 2 unrelated patients. Both had infections suggestive of immunodeficiency, but their immune function and lymphoid tissues were normal. They were found to have an identical R222C mutation in the gammac gene.

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