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From: Recessive thrombocytopenia likely due to a homozygous pathogenic variant in the FYBgene: case report

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ROHs identified in chromosome 5 that contains FYB. The different individuals are shown on top. Parents are noted with blue, affected siblings with orange and unaffected siblings with green. The position of FYB is noted in red. The identified common ROH spanned positions 33622158 to 39735991. In total 20 variants have been found inside this area. 19 of them were excluded due to high reported minimum allele frequency ranging from 0.14 to 0.98. The only novel variant was the one found in FYB.

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