A Novel Genetic Cause for Autoinflammation
Loss of C2orf69 defines a fatal autoinflammatory syndrome in humans and zebrafish that evokes a glycogen storage-associated mitochondriopathy
Genetic inflammatory disorders are quite rare, particularly those presenting with a pathological increase, rather than decrease, of inflammatory activity. A global consortium, of which CENTOGENE was a part of, recently identified a novel autoinflammatory disorder that primarily affects the nervous system. The study was published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.