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TMEM231 encodes a transmembrane protein, which is a component of the B9 complex involved in the formation of the diffusion barrier between the cilia and plasma membrane.
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Results identified a rare gene conversion event in TMEM231, leading to loss of exon 4, which in combination with c.712G>A missense mutation caused Joubert syndrome and in combination with c.334T>G missense mutation caused Meckel-Gruber syndrome.
Tmem231 is critical for organizing the Meckel syndrome complex and controlling ciliary composition, defects in which cause OFD3 and MKS (Montrer MKS1 Protéines).
TMEM231 represents a novel MKS (Montrer MKS1 Protéines) locus. The very recent identification of TMEM231 mutations in Joubert syndrome supports the growing appreciation of the overlap in the molecular pathogenesis between these two ciliopathies.
mutations in TMEM231 cause JBTS, reinforcing the relationship between this condition and the disruption of the barrier at the ciliary transition zone.
This gene encodes a transmembrane protein, which is a component of the B9 complex involved in the formation of the diffusion barrier between the cilia and plasma membrane. Mutations in this gene cause Joubert syndrome (JBTS). Multiple alternatively spliced transcript variants have been found for this gene.
, transmembrane protein 231
, UPF0513 membrane protein