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Paternal UPD14 or Wang Syndrome

Paternal UPD14 or Wang syndrome, has a more severe presentation than Temple Syndrome. Characteristics of this condition include:


Genetic Causes

There is good evidence that Wang syndrome is due to a change in the expression (activation) of genes at one specific location (locus) of a paternal gene (copy from father) at chromosome 14.

References for Pat UPD14 or Wang Syndrome

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