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Table 1 CNVs in patients F, K, and N who had ID, and in the relatives of patient K

From: Single gene microdeletions and microduplication of 3p26.3 in three unrelated families: CNTN6 as a new candidate gene for intellectual disability

Patient Array CGH results (according to ISCN (2013)) [[15]]
Female F arr[hg18]3p26.3(1,172,623-1,467,721) × 1, 10q11.22(45,478,103-47,125,152) × 3
Male F arr[hg18]3p26.3(1,172,623-1,467,721) × 1
Female N arr[hg18]3p26.3(1,403,385 -1,675,322) × 1 pat
Male K arr[hg18]3p26.3(701,645-1,467,721) × 3 pat, 6p22.1p21.33(29870108–29,981,971) × 3, 21q22.11(32,379,083-32,543,206) × 3
Father K arr[hg18]2p11.2(89,649,638-89,871,328) × 1, 2q13(110,253,270-110,327,559) × 1, 3p26.3(608,449-1,533,564) × 3 mat
Grandmother K arr[hg18]3p26.3(701,645-1,533,564) × 3, 14q11.2(21,457,258-21,936,635) × 1
  1. Footnote. Indexed CNVs are shown in bold; polymorphisms are in Roman font.