Klein’s Syndrome, also known as Waardenburg Syndrome, is a rare genetic disorder that is characterized by deafness, defects in structures arising from the neural crest, nose deformities and skin, iris and hair pigmentation abnormalities. Klein’s syndrome cis caused by defects in a number of genes that help to form cells including melanocytes, and by disruptions in myogenesis, particularly mutations in Pax3. Currently, treatment primarily addresses the alleviation of apparent symptoms, and research is being done at addressing the root cause.
Klein's Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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Klein's Syndrome is also known as Klein Syndrome, Klein-waardenburg Syndrome, Waardenburg Syndrome Type 3, Waardenburg-klein Syndrome, White Forelock (poliosis) Syndrome With Multiple Congenital Malformations.