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ALLMedicine™ Acral Peeling Skin Syndrome Center

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Acral peeling skin syndrome resulting from a novel homozygous mutation in the CSTA gene...
Pediatric Dermatology; Sarika GM, Ibrahim R et. al.

Oct 30th, 2021 - Acral peeling skin syndrome is a rare genodermatosis characterized by asymptomatic peeling of the acral skin. It is usually caused by biallelic mutations in the gene TGM5. However, biallelic mutations in the CSTA gene have also been described to c...

Exome-based search for recurrent disease-causing alleles in Russian population.
European Journal of Medical Genetics; Yanus GA, Akhapkina TA et. al.

Apr 28th, 2019 - Exomes of 27 Russian subjects were analyzed for the presence of medically relevant alleles, such as protein-truncating variants (PTVs) in known recessive disease-associated genes and pathogenic missense mutations included in the ClinVar database. ...

Acral peeling skin syndrome

Apr 14th, 2016 - Acral peeling skin syndrome is a genetic skin disorder characterized by painless peeling of the top layer of skin. "Acral" refers to the fact that the peeling is most apparent on the hands and feet, although peeling may also occur on the arms and ...

Acral peeling skin syndrome associated with a novel CSTA gene mutation.
Clinical and Experimental Dermatology; Muttardi K, Nitoiu D et. al.

Dec 20th, 2015 - Acral peeling skin syndrome (APSS) is a rare autosomal recessive condition, characterized by asymptomatic peeling of the skin of the hands and feet, often linked to mutations in the gene TGM5. However, more recently recessive loss of function muta...

Keratolysis exfoliativa (dyshidrosis lamellosa sicca): a distinct peeling entity.
The British Journal of Dermatology; Chang YY, van der Velden J et. al.

Oct 9th, 2012 - Keratolysis exfoliativa (KE), also known as dyshidrosis lamellosa sicca, is a palmoplantar dermatosis characterized by air-filled blisters and collarette desquamation. It has been regarded as a subtype of dyshidrotic eczema, a fungal infection or ...

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