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Homeobox protein Nkx-2.5

The NKX2-5 gene encodes a transcription factor which is involved in heart and thyroid development. Mutations cause various cardiac abnormalities and autosomal dominant congenital nongoitrous hypothyroidism 5.

Genetests:

Clinic Method Carrier testing
Turnaround 5 days
Specimen type genomic DNA
Clinic Method Massive parallel sequencing
Turnaround 25 days
Specimen type genomic DNA
Research Method Genomic sequencing of the entire coding region
Turnaround 25 days
Specimen type genomic DNA

Related Diseases:

Atrial septal defect 7 with or without AV conduction defects
NKX2-5
Conotruncal heart malformations
NKX2-5
Hypoplastic left heart syndrome 2
NKX2-5
Congenital nongoitrous hypothyroidism 5
NKX2-5
Tetralogy of Fallot
NKX2-5
Ventricular septal defect 3
NKX2-5

References:

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Reamon-Buettner SM et al. (2004) Somatic NKX2-5 mutations as a novel mechanism of disease in complex congenital heart disease.

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Basson CT et al. (1999) Different TBX5 interactions in heart and limb defined by Holt-Oram syndrome mutations.

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Pauli RM et al. (1999) Ventricular noncompaction and distal chromosome 5q deletion.

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Kasahara H et al. (2000) Loss of function and inhibitory effects of human CSX/NKX2.5 homeoprotein mutations associated with congenital heart disease.

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Hosoda T et al. (1999) Familial atrial septal defect and atrioventricular conduction disturbance associated with a point mutation in the cardiac homeobox gene CSX/NKX2-5 in a Japanese patient.

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Hiroi Y et al. (2001) Tbx5 associates with Nkx2-5 and synergistically promotes cardiomyocyte differentiation.

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Habets PE et al. (2002) Cooperative action of Tbx2 and Nkx2.5 inhibits ANF expression in the atrioventricular canal: implications for cardiac chamber formation.

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Youssoufian H et al. (2002) Mechanisms and consequences of somatic mosaicism in humans.

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None (2003) Somatic gene mutation and human disease other than cancer.

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Jay PY et al. (2004) Nkx2-5 mutation causes anatomic hypoplasia of the cardiac conduction system.

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Pashmforoush M et al. (2004) Nkx2-5 pathways and congenital heart disease; loss of ventricular myocyte lineage specification leads to progressive cardiomyopathy and complete heart block.

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Schott JJ et al. (1998) Congenital heart disease caused by mutations in the transcription factor NKX2-5.

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Inga A et al. (2005) Functional dissection of sequence-specific NKX2-5 DNA binding domain mutations associated with human heart septation defects using a yeast-based system.

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Reamon-Buettner SM et al. (2006) HEY2 mutations in malformed hearts.

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Moskowitz IP et al. (2007) A molecular pathway including Id2, Tbx5, and Nkx2-5 required for cardiac conduction system development.

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Mommersteeg MT et al. (2007) Pitx2c and Nkx2-5 are required for the formation and identity of the pulmonary myocardium.

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Yadava RS et al. (2008) RNA toxicity in myotonic muscular dystrophy induces NKX2-5 expression.

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Nimura K et al. (2009) A histone H3 lysine 36 trimethyltransferase links Nkx2-5 to Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome.

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Mahlaoui N et al. (2011) Isolated congenital asplenia: a French nationwide retrospective survey of 20 cases.

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Koss M et al. (2012) Congenital asplenia in mice and humans with mutations in a Pbx/Nkx2-5/p15 module.

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Bolze A et al. (2013) Ribosomal protein SA haploinsufficiency in humans with isolated congenital asplenia.

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Schulkey CE et al. (2015) The maternal-age-associated risk of congenital heart disease is modifiable.

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Kostrzewa M et al. (1996) Integration of four genes, a pseudogene, thirty-one STSs, and a highly polymorphic STRP into the 7-10 Mb YAC contig of 5q34-q35.

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Pease WE et al. (1976) Familial atrial septal defect with prolonged atrioventricular conduction.

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Watanabe Y et al. (2002) Two novel frameshift mutations in NKX2.5 result in novel features including visceral inversus and sinus venosus type ASD.

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McElhinney DB et al. (2003) NKX2.5 mutations in patients with congenital heart disease.

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Hirayama-Yamada K et al. (2005) Phenotypes with GATA4 or NKX2.5 mutations in familial atrial septal defect.

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Gutierrez-Roelens I et al. (2006) A novel CSX/NKX2-5 mutation causes autosomal-dominant AV block: are atrial fibrillation and syncopes part of the phenotype?

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Chen Y et al. (2010) A novel mutation of GATA4 in a familial atrial septal defect.

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Peng T et al. (2010) Mutations of the GATA4 and NKX2.5 genes in Chinese pediatric patients with non-familial congenital heart disease.

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Wang J et al. (2011) A novel NKX2-5 mutation in familial ventricular septal defect.

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Benson DW et al. (1999) Mutations in the cardiac transcription factor NKX2.5 affect diverse cardiac developmental pathways.

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Goldmuntz E et al. (2001) NKX2.5 mutations in patients with tetralogy of fallot.

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Rauch R et al. (2010) Comprehensive genotype-phenotype analysis in 230 patients with tetralogy of Fallot.

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De Luca A et al. (2011) New mutations in ZFPM2/FOG2 gene in tetralogy of Fallot and double outlet right ventricle.

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Stallmeyer B et al. (2010) Mutational spectrum in the cardiac transcription factor gene NKX2.5 (CSX) associated with congenital heart disease.

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Dentice M et al. (2006) Missense mutation in the transcription factor NKX2-5: a novel molecular event in the pathogenesis of thyroid dysgenesis.

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Lyons I et al. (1995) Myogenic and morphogenetic defects in the heart tubes of murine embryos lacking the homeo box gene Nkx2-5.

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Shiojima I et al. (1995) Assignment of cardiac homeobox gene CSX to human chromosome 5q34.

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Komuro I et al. (1993) Csx: a murine homeobox-containing gene specifically expressed in the developing heart.

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Himmelbauer H et al. (1994) High-resolution genetic analysis of a deletion on mouse chromosome 17 extending over the fused, tufted, and homeobox Nkx2-5 loci.

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None (1993) The gene tinman is required for specification of the heart and visceral muscles in Drosophila.

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Turbay D et al. (1996) Molecular cloning, chromosomal mapping, and characterization of the human cardiac-specific homeobox gene hCsx.

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Orphanet article

Orphanet ID 123797 external link
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NCBI article

NCBI 1482 external link
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OMIM.ORG article

Omim 600584 external link
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Wikipedia article

Wikipedia EN (Homeobox_protein_Nkx-2.5) external link
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