De novo Variants In Neurodevelopmental Disorders With Epilepsy
Henrike O. Heyne,
Rami Abou Jamra,
Peter De Jonghe,
Katherine L. Helbig,
Bobby P. C. Koeleman,
Jack A. Kosmicki,
Rikke S. Møller,
Bernd A. Neubauer,
EuroEPINOMICS RES Consortium,
Yvonne G Weber,
Sanjay M Sisodiya,
Johannes R. Lemke
Posted 03 Apr 2017
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/123323 (published DOI: 10.1038/s41588-018-0143-7)
Posted 03 Apr 2017
Epilepsy is a frequent feature of neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) but little is known about genetic differences between NDD with and without epilepsy. We analyzed de novo variants (DNV) in 6753 parent-offspring trios ascertained for different NDD. In the subset of 1942 individuals with NDD with epilepsy, we identified 33 genes with a significant excess of DNV, of which SNAP25 and GABRB2 had previously only limited evidence for disease association. Joint analysis of all individuals with NDD also implicated CACNA1E as a novel disease gene. Comparing NDD with and without epilepsy, we found missense DNV, DNV in specific genes, age of recruitment and severity of intellectual disability to be associated with epilepsy. We further demonstrate to what extent our results impact current genetic testing as well as treatment, emphasizing the benefit of accurate genetic diagnosis in NDD with epilepsy.
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