It is of note that genomic rearrangements are a relatively frequent finding in some forms of SHFM and have been described for SHFM1, SHFM3, and SHFM5.
SHFM1 has been associated with deletions, translocations, and inversions involving 7q21, Studies to date suggest that SHFLD is genetically distinct from the isolated forms of SHFM.
Given that these entities seem to be distinct, there may be multiple loci involved in these malformations.
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Photographs and radiographs for the individual(s) from families 2 and 3 were taken at the time of clinical assessment, some dating back a number of years.
DNA samples were obtained/used following research ethics approval from Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario for family 1 and research ethics approval from the Institutional Review Board of Self Regional Healthcare (Greenwood, SC, USA) for families 2 and 3.
These findings, along with previously published data, suggest that one locus responsible for this form of SHFLD is located within a 173kb overlapping critical region, and that the copy gains are incompletely penetrant.
The Split-hand/foot malformations (SHFMs) are a heterogeneous group of malformations, in which the hand and/or foot findings may occur in isolation or with other anomalies.
Genotypes were determined using RFLPscan software (version 3.0; Scanalytics, Rockville, MD, USA) and haplotypes were generated using Cyrillic software (version 2.1; Cyrillic Software, Oxfordshire, UK).
Quantitative PCR (q PCR) was used to test for the 17p13.3 duplication in all three families.
An additional family member from family 1, the affected proband and unaffected mother from family 2, and three affected members of family 3 were analysed using the Affymetrix Genome-wide Human SNP 6.0 array (Affymetrix).
For each array, DNA (250ng) was processed using reagents and protocols according to manufacturer's instructions (Affymetrix).
These findings, along with previously published data, suggest that one locus responsible for this form of SHFLD is located within a 173 kb overlapping critical region, and that the copy gains are incompletely penetrant.