Kartagener Syndrome

Kartagener syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by situs inversus, chronic sinusitis, and bronchiectasis. The syndrome is caused by mutations of DYNEIN genes encoding motility proteins which are components of sperm tails, and cilia in the respiratory and the reproductive tracts. Discover the latest research on Kartagener syndrome here.

July 9, 2020

Novel compound heterozygous DNAAF2 mutations cause primary ciliary dyskinesia in a Han Chinese family

Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics
Minghan SunYongxin Ma
June 20, 2020

Biallelic mutations of CFAP74 may cause human primary ciliary dyskinesia and MMAF phenotype

Journal of Human Genetics
Yanwei ShaShaobin Lin
May 9, 2020

Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia - Interdisciplinary Diagnostics and Therapy

Laryngo- rhino- otologie
Stephan Hackenberg, Agmal Scherzad
June 3, 2020
Open Access

CAMSAP3 facilitates basal body polarity and the formation of the central pair of microtubules in motile cilia

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Alan M RobinsonJing Zheng
April 8, 2020

Middle ear disease in CF? It's not just about the sinuses anymore!

International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Jennifer L McCoyJoseph E Dohar
June 9, 2020
Case Report
Open Access

Renal Carcinoma and Kartagener Syndrome: An Unusual Association

Case Reports in Urology
Hamza DergamounYassine Nouini
May 14, 2020

Fibrous myopathy induced by intramuscular injections of cyclizine

BMJ Case Reports
Rory James TinkerJames B Lilleker
May 8, 2020
Open Access

Azithromycin for primary ciliary dyskinesia: a milestone

The Lancet. Respiratory Medicine
Marco PoetaFrancesca Santamaria
July 1, 2020

Comparison of Multiple Breath Washout and Spirometry in Children with Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia and Cystic Fibrosis and Healthy Controls

Annals of the American Thoracic Society
BreAnna KinghornJessica Pittman
June 12, 2020

Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia as a Cause of Repeating Atelectasis in the Neonatal Period

The American Journal of Case Reports
Arlete Esteves Lopes PrimoCelso Moura Rebello
May 11, 2020

Wampa is a dynein subunit required for axonemal assembly and male fertility in Drosophila

Developmental Biology
Elisabeth BauerlyMatthew C Gibson
June 18, 2020
Open Access

Changing clinical characteristics of non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis in children

BMC Pulmonary Medicine
Ela Erdem EralpBulent Karadag

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