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Using genomics to solve a 20-year medical mystery
Andrew Dauber, M.D., MMSc, chief of endocrinology at Children's National Hospital, talks about the DNA detective work used to diagnose a woman with adrenal insufficiency, sex reversal and Angelman syndrome due to uniparental disomy unmasking a mutation in CYP11A1. This research was recognized as the best novel insightpaper published by Hormone Research in Paediatrics in 2018 for using a variety of genetic tools, and in a variety of ways, to unravel a 20-year medical mystery.
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Andrew Dauber, MD
Division Chief, Endocrinology
Program Director, Endocrinology Fellowship
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