Novel Mutations in Obesity-Related Genes in Turkish Children with Non-Syndromic Early Onset Severe Obesity: A Multicentre Study

Novel Mutations in Obesity-Related Genes in Turkish Children with Non-Syndromic Early Onset Severe Obesity: A Multicentre Study J Clin Res Pediatr Endocrinol. 2019 Apr 17;: Authors: Akıncı A, Turkkahraman D, Tekedereli I, Özer L, Evren B, Sahin İ, Kalkan T, Çürek Y, Çamtosun E, Doğer E, Bideci A, Güven A, Eren E, Sangün Ö, Çayır A, Bilir P, Törel Ergür A, Ercan O Abstract Objective: Non syndromic monogenic obesity is a rare cause of early onset severe obesity in the childhood period. This form may not be distinguishable from other forms of severe obesity without genetic analysis, particularly if patients do not exibit any physical abnormalities or developmental delay. The aim of this study is to screen 41 different obesity-related genes in children with non-syndromic early onset severe obesity. Methods: Children with severe (BMI-SDS>3) and early onset (
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