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We demonstrate that through this interaction, BBS6 modulates the sub-cellular localization of SMARCC1 and find, by transcriptional profiling, similar transcriptional changes following smarcc1a and bbs6 manipulation. Our work identifies a new function for BBS6 in nuclear-cytoplasmic transport, and provides insight into the disease mechanism underlying the congenital heart defects in McKusick-Kaufman syndrome patients.
Novel sequence variants in the MKKS gene cause Bardet-Biedl syndrome in two consanguineous families with intra- and inter-familial variable phenotypes.
Two novel mutations and three previously reported variants, identified in the present study, further extend the body of evidence implicating BBS6, BBS7, BBS8, and BBS10 in causing Bardet-Biedl Syndrome.
found compound heterozygous variants (c.1192C>T, p.Q398* and c.1175C>T, p.T392M) in MKKS in both the siblings, and these were likely to be pathogenic variants
We identified a novel H395R substitution in MKKS/BBS6 that results in a unique phenotype of only retinitis pigmentosa and polydactyly.
we report here, for the first time, in Indian population, a novel, different profile of mutations in BBS genes (BBS3, BBS9, BBS10 and BBS2) compared to worldwide (BBS1 and 10) reports.
Novel mutation (c.1272+1G>A) in BBS6 found in Tunisian families with Bardet-Biedl syndrome.
Findings indicate that Bbs proteins play a central role in the regulation of the actin cytoskeleton and control the cilia length through alteration of RhoA levels.
Three uORFs (uMKKS0, uMKKS1 and uMKKS2) are reported, and they can repress the translation of the downstream MKKS ORF. uMKKS1 and uMKKS2 are highly conserved in mammals and they encode two different mitochondrial membrane proteins respectively.
Using sequence analysis, the role of BBS6, 10 and 12 was assessed in a Bardet-Biedl syndrome patient population comprising 93 cases from 74 families.
genetic variations at MKKS gene influence the risk of metabolic syndrome
The presence of three mutant alleles in the BBS family correlates with a more severe Bardet-Biedl phenotype.
MKKS/BBS6 is a novel centrosomal component required for cytokinesis
These results indicate that the MKKS mutants have an abnormal conformation and that chaperone-dependent degradation mediated by CHIP is a key feature of McKusick-Kaufman syndrome/Bardet-Biedl syndrome diseases.
results suggest that genetic variation in the MKKS gene may play a role in the development of obesity and the metabolic syndrome.
Unaffected individuals in 2 pedigrees had 2 but not all 3 mutations that affecteds had which suggests that Bardet-Biedle syndrome might not be a single-gene recessive disease but a complex trait requiring three mutant alleles to manifest the phenotype.
Loss of Bardet-Biedl Syndrome proteins (BBS) proteins Bbs6 and Bbs8 affects ciliated retinal pigment epithelium (RPE).
Combinations of Cep290rd16 & Mkksko alleles improved ciliogenesis & sensory functions vs either mutant alone. Altered association of CEP290 & MKKS affects multiprotein complex integrity at the cilia transition zone & basal body.
Data implicate Bardet-Biedl syndrome genes in the regulation of vascular function and demonstrate that disrupting Bbs2 and Bbs6 genes affect differentially the vascular function.
Mutations in Mkks are the basis of the BBS-like syndrome in knockout mice.
Although BBS proteins were not required for ciliogenesis, their loss caused structural defects in a fraction of cilia covering mouse airway epithelia in Bbs1, Bbs2, Bbs4, and Bbs6 mutant mice.
Bardet-Biedl syndrome (BBS) proteins mediate LepR trafficking and that impaired LepR signaling underlies energy imbalance in BBS.
This gene encodes a protein which shares sequence similarity with other members of the chaperonin family. The encoded protein may have a role in protein folding, processing and assembly. Mutations in this gene have been observed in patients with Bardet-Biedl syndrome type 6 and McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Alternative splicing results in multiple transcript variants.
McKusick-Kaufman syndrome protein
, McKusick-Kaufman/Bardet-Biedl syndromes putative chaperonin
, Bardet-Biedl syndrome 6
, McKusick-Kaufman syndrome
, mcKusick-Kaufman/Bardet-Biedl syndromes putative chaperonin-like
, McKusick-Kaufman/Bardet-Biedl syndromes putative chaperonin-like
, bardet-Biedl syndrome 6 protein
, McKusick-Kaufman syndrome protein; MKKS protein
, protein Bbs6 homolog