Reference : Three arginine to cysteine substitutions in the pro-alpha (I)-collagen chain cause Ehler...
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Human health sciences : Surgery
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/77526
Three arginine to cysteine substitutions in the pro-alpha (I)-collagen chain cause Ehlers-Danlos syndrome with a propensity to arterial rupture in early adulthood.
English
Malfait, Fransiska [> > > >]
Symoens, Sofie [> > > >]
De Backer, Julie [> > > >]
Hermanns-Le, Trinh mailto [> > > >]
Sakalihasan, Natzi mailto [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège - CHU > > Chirurgie cardio-vasculaire >]
Lapiere, Charles M [> > > >]
Coucke, Paul [> > > >]
De Paepe, Anne [> > > >]
2007
Human Mutation
Wiley Liss
28
4
387-95
Yes (verified by ORBi)
1059-7794
1098-1004
Hoboken
NJ
[en] Adolescent ; Adult ; Amino Acid Substitution ; Arginine/genetics/metabolism ; Base Sequence ; Bone Diseases, Metabolic/complications/genetics/metabolism ; Collagen/genetics ; Collagen Type I/genetics/metabolism ; Collagen Type III/genetics ; Cysteine/genetics/metabolism ; Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome/complications/genetics/metabolism ; Female ; Femoral Artery ; Humans ; Iliac Artery ; Male ; Molecular Sequence Data ; Mutation, Missense ; Protein Structure, Secondary ; RNA, Messenger/genetics ; Rupture, Spontaneous/genetics
[en] Mutations in the COL1A1 and COL1A2 genes, encoding the proalpha1 and 2 chains of type I collagen, cause osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) or Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) arthrochalasis type. Although the majority of missense mutations in the collagen type I triple helix affect glycine residues in the Gly-Xaa-Yaa repeat, few nonglycine substitutions have been reported. Two arginine-to-cysteine substitutions in the alpha1(I)-collagen chain are associated with classic EDS [R134C (p.R312C)] or autosomal dominant Caffey disease with mild EDS features [R836C (p.R1014C)]. Here we show alpha1(I) R-to-C substitutions in three unrelated patients who developed iliac or femoral dissection in early adulthood. In addition, manifestations of classic EDS in Patient 1 [c.1053C>T; R134C (p.R312C); X-position] or osteopenia in Patients 2 [c.1839C>T; R396C (p.R574C); Y-position] and 3 [c.3396C>T; R915C (p.R1093C); Y-position] are seen. Dermal fibroblasts from the patients produced disulfide-bonded alpha1(I)-dimers in approximately 20% of type I collagen, which were efficiently secreted into the medium in case of the R396C and R915C substitution. Theoretical stability calculations of the collagen type I heterotrimer and thermal denaturation curves of monomeric mutant alpha1(I)-collagen chains showed minor destabilization of the collagen helix. However, dimers were shown to be highly unstable. The R134C and R396C caused delayed procollagen processing by N-proteinase. Ultrastructural findings showed collagen fibrils with variable diameter and irregular interfibrillar spaces, suggesting disturbed collagen fibrillogenesis. Our findings demonstrate that R-to-C substitutions in the alpha1(I) chain may result in a phenotype with propensity to arterial rupture in early adulthood. This broadens the phenotypic range of nonglycine substitutions in collagen type I and has important implications for genetic counseling and follow-up of patients carrying this type of mutation.
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/77526
10.1002/humu.20455
Copyright 2007 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

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