Criteria used for classification are available from here.
Justification for classification of individual variants is accessible via the links in the InSiGHT_Class column, and also at the InSiGHT website.
We encourage submission of relevant unpublished information to assist in the classification of variants via LOVD or this template, and such contributions are recognised by microattribution.
||MutL homolog 1 (E.coli)|
||John-Paul Plazzer, Bryony Thompson, Hans Vasen, Michael Woods, Paivi Peltomäki and Rolf Sijmons|
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|Date of creation
||January 01, 2008|
||August 12, 2016|
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||Exon/intron information table|
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|Total number of individuals with variant(s)
|Total number of variants reported
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||We sincerely thank the George Hicks Foundation for their generous support of the curation of the InSiGHT database from 2010 to 2012. We are grateful for the ongoing funding for curation which is provided by the Royal Melbourne Hospital foundation. |
NOTE: in this database entries from the MMR, InSiGHT and MMRUV databases (for links see the gene homepage) have been merged. In addition new, unpublished variants have been entered by submitters directly.
We want to gratefully acknowledge the work performed by Amanda Dohey (Woods laboratory) to get this work done. In addition we want to thank Krista Mahoney for her efforts as a curator until 2011.
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