Bohring Syndrome, also called Bohring-Opitz syndrome or Oberklaid-Danks syndrome, is very rare genetic disorder. Bohring-Opitz syndrome is characterized by the facial dysmorphism, severe developmental delay, joint abnormalities, and a high mortality rate. Bohring-Opitz syndrome has only been reported about 20 times in which the oldest person to survive the disease was 5 years and 9 months. Bohring-Opitz syndrome is caused by de novo truncating mutations in ASXL1.
Bohring Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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