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On this page, you will find information about a genetic change that was identified in a UDN participant. We are trying to find others with the same or similar condition.
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A change in this gene was identified in a female, age 5, with Noonan syndrome, systemic-onset juvenile idiopathic arthritis, and multiple congenital anomalies (read full description).
Nov 22, 2021
RAS related 2
This gene encodes a protein that plays an important role in many cellular signaling pathways, including pathways that control cell growth and division, from development through adulthood (Larive et al., 2012).
A change in this gene was identified in a UDN participant. Clinicians and researchers have identified the RRAS2 genetic change to be causing some of the participant’s symptoms:
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