Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) I

Related Terms: Alpha-L-Iduronidase Deficiency, Hurler Syndrome, Hurler-Scheie Syndrome, IDUA, MPS I, Scheie Syndrome

Type: DNA

Sample Types: Cheek brushes/swabs or Fresh EDTA blood

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6–8 weeks of age

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Species and Breeds
Canine - Boston Terrier
Canine - Plott Hound
Feline - Domestic Short Hair

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This disease is characterized by stunted growth, failure to thrive, facial dysmorphia, corneal clouding, organomegaly, heart disease, and joint disease.

2–4 years of age

Autosomal recessive

Lysosomal storage in multiple organs along with degermation and inflammation of affected tissues.

IDUA and NM_001313883.1:c.19_20insCGGCCCCC (Boston Terrier) IDUA and NM_001313883.1:c.155+1G>A (Plott Hound) IDUA and NM_001305032.1:c.1041_1043delCGA (Domestic Short Hair)

Explanation of Results
Genotype Phenotype Interpretation
2-2 (Homozygous Disease Variant) Unhealthy (Affected) Homozygous Affecteds (2-2) are expected to develop signs consistent with Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) I and all of their offspring will inherit a disease variant allele. Parents, offspring and relatives should also be tested. You may choose to contact us for a consultation on the management of this disease. 1 = Normal allele; 2 = Variant allele.
1-2 (Heterozygous) Healthy (Carrier) Heterozygous Carriers (1-2) are not expected to develop signs of Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) I but each of their offspring has a chance of inheriting a disease variant allele. Parents, offspring and relatives should also be tested. 1 = Normal allele; 2 = Variant allele.
1-1 (Homozygous Normal) Healthy (Normal, Clear) Homozygous Normals (1-1) are not expected to develop signs of Mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) I and none of their offspring will inherit the disease variant allele. 1 = Normal allele; 2 = Variant allele.

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