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This is the second report of the genotype-phenotype correlation between this syndrome named spinocerebellar ataxia with blindness and deafness type 2 (SCABD2) and SLC52A2 gene.
Eight mutations in SLC52a2 were associated with Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere syndrome.
A novel SLC52A2 mutation identified in a family with spinocerebellar ataxia with blindness and deafness.
This study showed that Auditory neuropathy in Brown-Vialetto-Van (show TNIP1 Proteins) Laere syndrome due to riboflavin transporter RFVT2 deficiency and improved by riboflavin treatment.
These results strongly implicate a potential role for SLC52A2 in riboflavin uptake by milk-producing MECs (show ISPF Proteins), a critical step in the transfer of riboflavin into breast milk.
Mutations in SLC52A2 result in a recognizable phenotype distinct from Brown-Vialetto-Van-Laere syndrome.
data suggest that MMND is a distinct clinical subgroup of childhood onset MND patients where the known genetic defects are so far negative.
We demonstrate that SLC52A2 mutations cause reduced riboflavin uptake and reduced riboflavin transporter protein (show HNRNPU Proteins) expression
summary of recent findings on the cloning, nomenclature, functional characterization and genetic diseases of RFVT1/SLC52A1, RFVT2/SLC52A2 and RFVT3/SLC52A3 [review]
This gene encodes a membrane protein which belongs to the riboflavin transporter family. In humans, riboflavin must be obtained by intestinal absorption because it cannot be synthesized by the body. The water-soluble vitamin riboflavin is processed to the coenzymes flavin mononucleotide (FMN) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) which then act as intermediaries in many cellular metabolic reactions. Paralogous members of the riboflavin transporter gene family are located on chromosomes 17 and 20. Unlike other members of this family, this gene has higher expression in brain tissue than small intestine. Alternative splicing of this gene results in multiple transcript variants encoding the same protein. Mutations in this gene have been associated with Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere syndrome 2 - an autosomal recessive progressive neurologic disorder characterized by deafness, bulbar dysfunction, and axial and limb hypotonia.
G protein-coupled receptor 172A
, PERV-A receptor 1
, porcine endogenous retrovirus A receptor 1
, putative G-protein coupled receptor GPCR41
, riboflavin transporter 3
, solute carrier family 52, riboflavin transporter, member 2
, G protein-coupled receptor 172B
, riboflavin transporter 1
, PERV-A receptor 2 homolog
, porcine endogenous retrovirus A receptor 2 homolog