Aug 10, 2019

Primary coenzyme Q10 deficiency-7: expanded phenotypic spectrum and a founder mutation in southern Chinese

NPJ Genomic Medicine
Mullin Ho-Chung YuBrian Hon-Yin Chung

Abstract

Primary coenzyme Q10 deficiency-7 (COQ10D7) is a rare mitochondrial disease caused by biallelic mutations in COQ4. Here we report the largest cohort of COQ10D7 to date, with 11 southern Chinese patients confirmed with biallelic COQ4 mutations. Five of them have the classical neonatal-onset encephalo-cardiomyopathy, while the others have infantile onset with more heterogeneous clinical presentations. We also identify a founder mutation COQ4 (NM_016035.5): c.370G>A, p.(Gly124Ser) for COQ10D7, suggesting a higher chance of occurrence in the southern Chinese. This study helps improve understanding of the clinical spectrum of this disorder.

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Mice, Inbred BALB C
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COQ4 gene
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Mitochondrial Diseases
COQ4 protein, human

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