Germinal mosaicism in Apert syndrome

J E Allanson
Clinical Genetics 1986, 29 (5): 429-33
Two sisters with Apert acrocephalosyndactyly syndrome born to normal unrelated parents are described. Paternity studies show that the probability of paternity is 99.3%. This report appears to represent the first known example of germinal mosaicism in Apert syndrome.

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