Gillespie Syndrome, also known as Aniridia cerebellar ataxia and mental deficiency, is a rare genetic condition in which part or all of the iris is absent. Other symptoms include developmental delay, learning difficulties, and tissue underdevelopment. Gillespie syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder which researchers link to the PAX6 gene, which is involved in iris development. There have been 21 reported cases worldwide. There are currently no treatments available.
Gillespie Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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